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Opulent suites have hosted dignitaries and celebrities for over a century, while the elegant lobby bar—with its live piano or Spanish guitar music, and antique furnishings—has been a fixture of Madrid. Full review →
Gracious hotel in a landmark 1910 Belle Epoque palace, offering Old World charm and flawless service. Full review →
The number one luxury hotel in Madrid located on the Paseo del Prado in front of the fabulous Neptune fountain.
An easy distance from museums and shopping, this 100-year-old Belle Époque hotel in Retiro has "an excellent location".
This 1910 Paseo del Prado property next to the Madrid Stock Exchange gives guests easy access to the Prado, Reina Sofía, and Thyssen-Bornemisza museums. Full review →
The Ritz is widely considered to be the city’s most classically elegant hotel and has become famed internationally for its suberb cuisine.
Unapologetically opulent, the Hotel Ritz is Madrid’s last bastion of old-school Continental luxury. Full review →
A living legend among Madrid hotels... The spacious and luxurious rooms -- all now tastefully modernized -- boast large closets, antique furnishings, and hand-woven carpets. Full review →
Prestigious is the word that comes to mind when conjuring up images of the Hotel Ritz Madrid. Full review →
Occupying a massive Belle Epoch palace mere steps from the Prado that speaks to Madrid’s illustrious history, the Ritz actually belongs to the Mandarin Oriental family of hotels, despite its name. Full review →
Belle Epoque beauty near the Prado with a lavish lobby, opulent guestrooms and one of Madrid’s best restaurants. Full review →
One of the most lavish buildings in the city, it has classic style and impeccable service that is second to none. Full review →
Elegant, internationally renowned... Stunning lounge areas, with lavish decor in the guestrooms.
Originally designed to look like a palace, the hotel's high-end interiors and top-notch service have made it a popular destination for celebrities and notable names. Full review →
This establishment is smaller, more refined and more endearing than the Westin Palace across the street, which tends to host more Americans and conference groups than the more elaborate Ritz. Full review →
Expect classic luxury at every turn at Hotel Ritz Madrid. Full review →
Today the 167 rooms maintain some of the original belle-époque style, though the swirly carpets and occasionally shabby fittings are incongruous in such a setting. Full review →
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. Full review →
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