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A part of Epoque Hotels, walk into the renovated 20th-century building and you’ll notice inscriptions by Spanish writers on the walls.
Not overgimmicked, the 103 tricolor rooms have deep-rust walls, black chairs, and pure white bed linens, which suit the tastes of the hip young crowd who tend to stay here.
This stunning design hotel has been built within a beautifully tiled 18th-century palacette right on Madrid’s main shopping and entertainment street.
Modern-pop interior design seamlessly respects and accents the original details of this 1917 building on the bustling Gran Vía. Full review →Be sure to get there early (or expect a wait): tables fill up fast.
One of the newer members of the eminently stylish Epoque Hotels... stands in the heart of the Gran Vía, enjoying sensational city views from its rooftop terrace. Full review →
Old meets new in this Belle Epoque residence, where classic grandeur combines with modernism and comfort. Full review →
If you want to cause a stir in Madrid with a new hotel, make sure it has a rooftop bar overlooking the city. Full review →
The restored exterior contrasts with a contemporary, colourful interior.
The four-pearl hotel’s hip, vintage-inspired design extends from the common areas to the rooms, and there’s a fun yet homey atmosphere throughout. Full review →
Design-conscious hotel housed in an elegant, early nineteenth-century building.
This hotel is housed in a imposing art nouveau-style building dating from1917. Planted near the Prado—a 15-minute walk from the entrance—it is a starlet on the Gran Via, in about as... Full review →Those who sleep softly would do well to request rooms higher up, as the noise from the street, restaurant and bar can be heard on the lower floors straight through to daylight.
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. Full review →
The new Hotel de las Letras laughs in the face of the current hotel vogue for teak and slate, and plumps instead for bold paintwork in red, orange and purples. Full review →
The Las Letras name refers to the area behind the hotel, one of the most historic neighborhoods in the city and once home to Golden Age writers like Cervantes and Lope de Vega. Full review →
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