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Paseo del Prado
18 reviews
This 1910 grande dame was constructed by César Ritz near the Prado and has a lavish Belle Époque style, from the soaring ceilings to the antiques throughout. — Travel + Leisure
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Barrio de Salamanca
14 reviews
None walks along that slippery border between the classic and the modern with as much ease and grace as the Villa Magna. — Fodor's
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Centro
15 reviews
One of the largest, most ornate Victorian-style hotels in the city, with politicians, artists, and celebrities among its distinguished clientele. — Frommer's
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Centro
16 reviews
Super-tall chairs, a glass-lined bar, and Papua New Guinean statues all turn heads in the lobby of Hotel Urban — Condé Nast Traveler
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Chamberi
12 reviews
This small mansion in a tranquil residential area has been transformed into a quietly elegant five-star hotel. — Time Out
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Chamberi
15 reviews
The Hesperia's lobby is beautiful, done up in shades of warm orange with clean lattice work, lots of greenery, and wide-open spaces. — Concierge
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Centro
16 reviews
The prestigious Meliá hotel company has equipped the hotel with all the latest communications facilities... The hotel stands beside one of the liveliest cafe-filled squares in Madrid. — Frommer's
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Barrio de Salamanca
11 reviews
This Salamanca hotel delivers on everything that makes this neighborhood come alive: fashion, elegance, and posh, residential interiors — Condé Nast Traveler
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Centro
16 reviews
Like books? You’ll feel right at home at the stylish four-star Iberostar De Las Letras, where there’s a bit of a literary theme going on behind the neoclassical façade. — The Telegraph
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Chamberi
13 reviews
Everything about this place oozes exclusivity and class, from the address – one of the elite patches of Madrid real estate – to the 19th-century mansion that’s the finest in a barrio of many — Lonely Planet
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Chamartin
14 reviews
Blending the work of 19 world-renowned designers like Norman Foster and Ron Arad, this Salamanca hotel has 12 floors, each with a starkly different style. — Travel + Leisure
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Barrio de Salamanca
11 reviews
More than half a century after it opened, the Wellington is still extremely graceful, with chandeliers, marble and murals, and groups of guests in formal eveningwear milling around the lobby. — Time Out
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Barrio de Salamanca
11 reviews
Hip hotel in a 19th-century row house with a petite spa and a killer address on Plaza de la Independencia. — Jetsetter
8
Paseo del Prado
10 reviews
Relics of the mansion's grandiose past include baseboards and fountains covered with ceramics from Talavera, Parisian stained-glass windows, marble floors and columns, and original moldings. — Fodor's
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Chamberi
11 reviews
The dependable yet stylish InterContinental lies behind a barrier of trees in a neighborhood of apartment houses and luxury hotels. — Frommer's
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Centro
13 reviews
Ancient artifacts, an Art Deco lobby and a Pop Art-inspired bar combine at this elegant sleep near the Prado. — Jetsetter
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Chamartin
8 reviews
A large, super-hi-tech four-star hotel with chic contemporary design in uptown Madrid, near the airport. — The Telegraph
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Centro
12 reviews
Housed in a regal turn-of-the-century municipal building, this luxury hotel and spa boasts Old World luxury and avant-garde design to satisfy alternative types and jetsetters alike — Fodor's
8
Centro
8 reviews
An oft-overlooked operation that is one of the friendlier and better-equipped boutique-hotels in Madrid. Low rates and high standards translate into great value for couples and commercial travelers. — Star Service
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Centro
7 reviews
The vibe here is playful: think oversize furniture, pink walls, and white bedding. — Travel + Leisure
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