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Room Mate Mario

Centro 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is a modern hotel decorated in a strikingly minimalist style with beautiful lighting and original bathrooms. — Insight Guides

Especially popular among a design-appreciative public... Room Mate Mario oozes affordable chic. — Time Out

An artsy, contemporary hotel, Mario is ideal for those looking for something a bit different at the right price. — DK Eyewitness

Hip, designer hotel with a perfect spot on a pleasant street. — Rough Guide

The Mario is one of the Room Mate chain’s more budget-friendly options, and caters to a younger crowd. It has a modern atmosphere and lower prices than other properties in the area. — Oyster

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from $97

Emperador Hotel Madrid

Centro 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel itself is outstanding, but the rooftop swimming pool has some of the best views in Madrid. — Lonely Planet

The mid-range Emperador Hotel sits at the intersection of two of Madrid's busiest streets with plenty of food, shopping, theater, music, and tourist destinations within easy walking distance. — Oyster

While the traffic speeds by on the Gran Vía outside, the Emperador has to deal with its own constant flow of student groups and tourists. — Time Out

One of Madrid's most sought-after watering holes, this extremely well run hotel is situated right on the Gran Vía. — Frommer's

The main reason to come here is for the stunning rooftop swimming pool with its magnificent views. — Rough Guide

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Only YOU Boutique Hotel Madrid

Chueca 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Ibizan owners of this hotel bring that island's mix of glamour, energy, and cutting-edge music and design to one of Madrid’s most happening neighborhoods, Chueca. — Fodor's

Get over the slightly incongruous name of this beautiful boutique hotel and you’ll find effortless interior design, stylish bedrooms and a great location in the thumping barrio of Chueca. — The Telegraph

The upscale 45-room Only You Boutique Hotel Madrid combines the historic elegance and period detailing of a 19th-century palace with hip, fun, and well-executed modern touches. — Oyster

This boutique hotel— with bold design features like a wall paneled in white suitcases and steamer trunks, by decorator Lázaro Rosa Violán—has lured many Madrileños into its comfy lobby lounge and bar. — Condé Nast Traveler

This stunning new boutique hotel makes perfect use of a 19th-century Chueca mansion. — Lonely Planet

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Gran Melia Fenix

Barrio de Salamanca 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This smart, distinctive hotel has bedrooms in an elegant, classical style equipped to a very high standard. — Michelin Guide

Overlooking the flowing fountains of Plaza de Colón, the Gran Meliá Fénix is one of Madrid’s most emblematic hotels. — DK Eyewitness

A Madrid institution, this hotel is a mere hop from the posh shops of Calle Serrano. — Fodor's

A grande dame in a city known for drama and extravagance, the Gran Meliá Fénix is exactly the kind of traditionally luxe hotel every European capital needs. — Afar Magazine

A neoclassical monument that has been a celebrity haunt since the Fifties and retained much of its ritzy allure. — The Telegraph

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URSO Hotel & Spa

Chueca 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Belle Epoque palace turned hip hideaway with a subterranean spa and an on-point bar. — Jetsetter

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

In a city not exactly bursting with luxury boutique bolt-holes, the Urso Hotel & Spa is a welcome addition to Madrid’s hotel scene. — Wallpaper

With its neoclassical façade, grand marble entryway, delicately floral-wallpapered breakfast room, and modern spa, this 78-room former palace adds a gracious note to a quiet side street. — Condé Nast Traveler

Hotel Urso in the centre of Madrid is the sort of Spanish city stay that makes you want to cancel your flight home. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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Posada del Leon de Oro

La Latina 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This former inn has been converted into a chic, designer hotel with seventeen large, individually decorated rooms. — Rough Guide

This beautifully refurbished late-19th-century guesthouse is nestled in one of the most happening streets of the city. — Fodor's

A traditional inn set around a courtyard is now a smart four-star boutique hotel that is full of character and has a relaxed vibe. — The Telegraph

The 17-room Posada del Leon de Oro is an upper-middle-range boutique hotel with an unbeatable location in central Madrid's lively La Latina area. — Oyster

This hotel is teeming with charm. — Michelin Guide

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from $86

Quatro Puerta del Sol Hotel

Centro 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Quo is one of Madrid’s boutique hotels of longer standing and it’s still deservedly popular. — Lonely Planet

The comfortable midsize bedrooms are furnished in a cool contemporary style, with plush maroon chairs and white walls; all have en suite bathrooms with tub and shower. — Frommer's

Designed by Tomás Alía, one of the most famous interior designers in Spain, this is a place where the design is what the hotel is all about. — BlackBook

The rooms in this modern, design-oriented boutique hotel between Santa Ana and Sol have views of the city center and are equipped with cutting-edge technology. — Fodor's

Designed by one of Madrid’s top designers, Tomás Alía, the Quo is not only central and reasonably priced but also very stylish. — DK Eyewitness

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Adler Hotel

Barrio de Salamanca 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in the heart of elegant Salamanca, just a short walk from the Retiro, the Adler is another luxurious addition to the upmarket Madrid hotel scene. — Frommer's

A five-star boutique hotel at the intersection of two of Salamanca’s iconic streets, the Adler combines classy and supremely comfortable rooms with near-faultless service. — Lonely Planet

Close to the best attractions in the city, yet far enough away to escape the hustle and bustle. — BlackBook

This exclusive, select hotel has an elegant interior decorated with high quality furnishings. — Michelin Guide

Set in a prized classic, four-story 1884 building with wrought-iron balconies, and commandeering a prime corner in the chicest quadrangle in Madrid, this property is as notable as its... — Star Service

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Melia Madrid Princesa

Arguelles 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The five-star Meliá Madrid Princesa is a well-established hotel that is very much part of the fabric of the city. — The Telegraph

In an unbeatable location, this ultramodern hotel retains a few reminders of the era when bullfighters would convene here before setting off to Las Ventas—a few bulls' heads hang in the lounge. — Fodor's

Also known simply as the Melia Madrid, this big glamorous Spanish workhorse overshadows the comparatively staid Husa Princesa with designer digs and trendy common areas. The latter is... — Star Service

This emblematic hotel has been pleasantly modernised. — Michelin Guide

Distinctive details that give the interior spaces a modern, arty vibe, such as the funky light fixtures, sleek leather couches, and elegant antiques in the airy lobby. — Oyster

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from $201

Hotel Arosa

Centro 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This friendly, well-equipped and good-value 134-room hotel is situated right in the heart of the action. — Time Out

A favorite with international and business visitors alike, this friendly modern hotel is situated between the Gran Vía and Puerta del Sol. — Frommer's

This incredibly central but excellent value for money hotel offers spacious rooms, most of which have been refurbished in the boutique style. — DK Eyewitness

Think of a Best Western and you might think boring, typical, bare amenities, well, not here at the Arosa. — BlackBook

The 126-room Hotel Arosa is a mid-range hotel occupying the top half of a Beaux-Arts style building overlooking Madrid's bustling Gran Vía. — Oyster

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from $84

La Posada del Dragon

La Latina 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Although it occupies the site of one of the oldest inns in the city, this hotel is a cutting-edge property. — Michelin Guide

It’s a great choice for travelers looking for a fun place to stay in a lively area convenient to most of Madrid’s attractions. — Oyster

This restored 19th-century inn sits on one of our favourite streets in Madrid and rooms either look out over the street or over the pretty internal patio. — Lonely Planet

This inn in the oldest and most atmospheric part of Madrid is now a chic three-star hotel where contemporary style blends smoothly with traditional architecture. — The Telegraph

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NH Madrid Nacional

Paseo del Prado 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The good-size bedrooms have eschewed their former rather dowdy decor in favor of a seamless designer style that includes avant-garde art. — Frommer's

The NH Nacional is a 214-room hotel located in the Huertas neighborhood... the property is clean and offers a great location near three of Madrid's most popular museums. — Oyster

A large, plush hotel... attractively situated opposite the Jardines Botánicos. — Rough Guide

Across from Atocha station, one block north of the Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, two blocks south of the Museo del Prado, this fine NH offering remains a standout — Star Service

The excellent NH chain of hotels doesn’t get any better than this place. — Lonely Planet

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Catalonia Las Cortes

Huertas 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

t’s something of an oasis surrounded by the nonstop energy of the barrio’s streets and the service is discreet and attentive. — Lonely Planet

A late-18th-century palace a few yards from Plaza Santa Ana, formerly owned by the Duke of Noblejas, this hotel retains a good part of its aristocratic past. — Fodor's

This initially unassuming 18th-century palace has been beautifully restored and retains much of its elegant baroque-style interiors. — Oyster

This Madrid member of the prestigious Hoteles Catalonia chain occupies a renovated 18th-century house... The staff is particularly friendly and helpful. — Frommer's

This is a dependable option from the middling Catalonia chain, a comfortable traditional-style hotel whose sensational location and low rates have more to do with its popularity. — Star Service

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from $142

Hotel Vincci Via 66

Malasana 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Old-fashioned Hollywood glamour—with a touch of Almodóvar camp—inspired the public spaces and the 116 guest rooms, each decorated with photos of silent-era stars. — Travel + Leisure

The upscale property has a great location in the city center of Madrid near a variety of restaurants, cinemas and shops and is within walking distance to popular destinations. — Oyster

There are a handful of Vincci Hotels in Madrid, but you’ll find the most recent four-star between the bustling streets of the Puerta del Sol and the more peaceful Plaza España. — BlackBook

Original feature remain, such as stained-glass windows and a curving marble staircase, but the real highlight is the 10th-floor roof terrace, which has impressive views across the city. — The Telegraph

This recent addition to the ultracool Vincci chain, in a renovated heritage building, stands halfway between Callao and the Plaza España on Gran Vía. — Frommer's

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from $108

Eurostars Madrid Tower

Madrid 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It is designed as a powerhouse for corporate types with a need to be in this commercial section of town. Tourists weave their way in, especially on weekends when rates drop. — Star Service

This ground-breaking new hotel extends over 31 floors of the gleaming steel-gray Sacyr Vallehermoso Tower. — Frommer's

The Eurostars Madrid Tower has sophisticated design, an upscale 30th-floor restaurant, panoramic views, and a high-end spa. — Oyster

Opened in 2009 in a 775-foot-high tower shaped like a rounded triangle, the Eurostars hotel neighbors Sir Norman Foster's Lego-like Torre Caja Madrid and is all about the views. — Concierge

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TOTEM Madrid

Barrio de Salamanca 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tótem exudes discreet urban chic, following the example of the Urso, its sister hotel in Madrid. — The Telegraph

Located on the corner of Lagasca and Hermosilla Streets, the Hesperia Hermosilla is the best situated and one of the most reasonably priced hotels in the Salamanca district. — DK Eyewitness

A small mid-range hotel in the heart of upscale Salamanca neighborhood, within walking distance of great shopping, dining, attractions and public transportation. — Oyster

Each room is dominated by large windows that overlook either broad leafy streets or the internal courtyard bar, while the black marbled bathrooms are stocked with organic and natural amenities. — Wallpaper

A breath of fresh air on the Madrid hotel scene, Tótem checks all the boxes: genial service, state-of-the-art design, sought-after location, terrific food and cocktails—you name it, they’ve got it. — Fodor's

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from $163

Hotel Preciados

Centro 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a classier feel than many of the other business options around town, the Preciados gets rave reviews for its service. — Lonely Planet

The plain classic architectural style of this building, dating back to the 19C, contrasts with the modern, fully equipped interior. — Michelin Guide

In a 19th-century building on the quieter edge of one of Madrid's main shopping areas, this hotel is both charming and convenient. — Fodor's

Atmospheric hotel... located on a shop-filled pedestrian street close to the Puerta del Sol in the very heart of the city. — Frommer's

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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from $108

Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado

Huertas 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An affordable option in a fantastic location. — The Telegraph

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. — Oyster

Like many of its sister properties throughout Europe, the Radisson Blu Madrid Prado is big on location — Star Service

Designer hotel located along the Paseo del Prado featuring sleek rooms in black, brown and white. — Rough Guide

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. — Fodor's

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from $152

Room Mate Oscar

Chueca 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The vibe here is playful: think oversize furniture, pink walls, and white bedding. — Travel + Leisure

Like its sister hotel Mario, this welcome addition to the Room Mate family was designed by the talented designer Tomás Alía. — Frommer's

The Room Mate chain uses funky, bright design throughout their hotels, and the 75-room Oscar is no different. — Oyster

Bold, bright, and modern, the flagship Room Mate is undeniably hip and glamorous. — Fodor's

Hotel Óscar belongs to the highly original Room Mate chain of hotels and the designer rooms ooze style and sophistication. — Lonely Planet

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Hotel Meninas - Boutique Hotel

Centro 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel occupying a residential building is renowned for its friendly and personalised service. — Michelin Guide

A modern hotel with retro appeal in a 19th-century building, the Hotel Meninas is located in the heart of the entertainment and historic districts, not far from the Teatro Real. — Oyster

Out of all the city's new design hotels, this is the one that most carefully blends old and new, keeping an eye on its architectural past while still creating an utterly modern guest experience. — Concierge

A stylish, 37-room hotel owned by the same group as the nearby Ópera, and similarly good value. — Rough Guide

This is a classy, cool choice. — Lonely Planet

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from $76
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