Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado vs The Westin Palace Madrid

The Westin Palace Madrid and Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado are both endorsed by those who travel for a living. On balance, The Westin Palace Madrid scores significantly higher than Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado. The Westin Palace Madrid comes in at #2 in Madrid with praise from 13 reviews like Michelin Guide, The Telegraph and Fodor's.

Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado
7 / 10
Calle Moratin, 52, 28014 Madrid
From $91 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Rough Guide
"Designer hotel located along the Paseo del Prado featuring sleek rooms in black, brown and white."
"The Radisson chain may not be Scandinavian anymore, but this outpost across from the Prado Museum retains the austere lines of its lineage, counterbalanced by painstaking attention to detail." Full review
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"Like many of its sister properties throughout Europe, the Radisson Blu Madrid Prado is big on location" Full review
"The 60-room Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado is an upscale boutique with a central location across the street from the Prado Museum and within walking distance of most major attractions." Full review
"A grand neoclassical façade, sleek rooms and a super-central location in Madrid’s arty Golden Triangle." Full review
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The Westin Palace Madrid
8 / 10
Plaza de las Cortes 7, 28014 Madrid
From $280 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Laundry Service
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Michelin Guide
"Superb guestrooms furnished in classic-style."
Rough Guide
"A colossal, sumptuous hotel with every imaginable facility, a spectacular, glass-covered central patio, and luxurious rooms – plus none of the snootiness of the Ritz across the road."
"One of the largest, most ornate Victorian-style hotels in the city, with politicians, artists, and celebrities among its distinguished clientele." Full review
"Art lovers will find this the perfect base, with the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Prado across the street and the Reina Sofía nearby."
Ask for a room at the front facing the Neptuno fountain—the higher the better, as the top floors have great views of Madrid's ornate central post office.
Lonely Planet
"Its name may not have the world-famous cachet of the Ritz, but it’s not called the Palace for nothing and is extravagant in all the right places." Full review
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