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The Hotel Único isn’t fooling around, but it sure knows how to have a good time. Full review →
At chef Ramon Freixa's eponymous restaurant (which received a Michelin star), the amuse-bouche is actually ten different small bites, and breakfast consists of five different pastries.
Mix of classic style with modern touches—including textured walls and look-at-me oversized chandeliers and lime-green settees popping out from a high-contrast white, black, and silver color scheme. Full review →
Discreetly tucked away in the midst of the Salamanca shopping district, this is a gem of a boutique hotel. It's chic but low-key. Full review →
It's located in a magnificent 19th-century Belle Epoque mansion, which has been tastefully renovated and refurbished with additional 21st-century accoutrements. Full review →
Behind this establishment's attractive, classical facade is a designer reception hall and an elegant social area.
Royalty would feel at home in this gilded hideaway with its fine cuisine, decadent decor and elaborate sculptures. Full review →
A luxury boutique hotel in the well-heeled Salamanca neighborhood, the Hotel Unico is one of Madrid's most refined and exclusive stays. Full review →
This hotel is certainly unique, but it is its distinctive service standards, in-room amenity roster, sedate, trendy interiors, and dining room, not necessarily its size that make it one of a kind. Full review →
Housed in an elegant 19th-century building, it is all about good design and great service with no daft gimmicks, which is a bit of a relief these days. Full review →
Step off the chicest shopping street in Madrid and into a cosseting world of 1980s-inflected glamour. The Unico has just 44 rooms and a bold modern interior—large black-and-white marble... Full review →The garden rooms avoid the faintest whisper of street noise but feature exhibitionism-inducing floor-to-ceiling windows in the bathroom that might be off-putting to some.
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