Hotel Orfila

It is little and discrete, but this five-star hotel is member of the prestigious chain Relais & Châteaux. Located in a small palace from 1885, in the charming Orfila Street, once was the private residence of an aristocratic family. It was during the 90’s, and thankful to the restoration, when it became the luxury hotel that it is nowadays. The recovery of antique European furniture and the conservation of high […]

 

Urso Hotel & Spa

Urso, recently open to public, is the first boutique hotel awarded with 5 stars in Madrid. Located in a magnificent palace-like building from the early 20th century, it is within three of the most genuine Madrilenian districts: Chamberí, Tribunal, and Chueca. The target is the cosmopolitan public who always pursue the best quality. Therefore, the hotel has 60 spacious rooms and 18 suites with terrace, for a better sight of […]

 

Innside Luchana Hotel

This new Boutique Hotel by Innside Melià company is located inside a Neoclassic palace in the city center, between two key areas: Fuencarral (downtown) and Castellana/Colón (uptown). So it is perfect if you want to stay uptown but also visit Chueca or Malasaña quartiers. With different prices per period of the year/season (consult this link), they also offer a nice terrace to enjoy good weather (Club 22) and a Haute cuisine restaurant (Dado), […]

 

Hotel Hospes

This five star hotel which located in the Puerta de Alcala has 41 rooms and occupies a historic building dating from 1883. Located at the exclusive Salamanca district, recently restored, stands in front of two of the hottest modern locations of Madrid, Cappuccino Bar and Ramses, close to the Loewe of Street Serrano, just steps away from the most important museums in Madrid and the Cibeles fountain and Bernabeu stadium, […]

 

Hotel Life

The Life hotel is perfect for those who is looking for a stylishly designed accommodation in the cool neighborhood of Madrid, modern, bright and spacious rooms, plus a good quality/price ratio in a medium size hotel. Inspired by “nature, light, wood and daily venue “, the interior designer Luis Delgado has created these rooms –single, double and superior with views- and shared spaces in wood and iron, light and coloured, […]

 

Hotel Emperador

In 1946, Gran Vía Street began to brag about the new elegant hotel located in the building designed by architects Julian and Joaquin Otamendi. During the decade of the fifties Gran Vía Emperador Hotel became a cultural center because they offered with a wonderful coffee their own pastry and typical cuisine. Today, each of its 232 rooms has thousands of stories, and its Roof Garden has an amazing swimming pool, a chance to view […]

 

AC Palacio del Retiro

This elegant hotel with 50 rooms located in front of the Retiro Park, close to the Paseo de Recoletos, is one of the best located hotels in the city, in the heart of the triangle formed by the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen Museums. The hotel is in a classic building from the early 1900s that is well protected by the National Heritage. It has 3 luxury suites, 5 basic suites and […]

 

Hotel Indigo Madrid

Give me your zip code and I’ll tell you how you are. The Hotel Indigo Madrid is a charming premises designed to reflect the local district life, from the building architecture to its decoration. No wonder, then, that this hotel is the faithful reflection of the energy and vitality of Gran Vía street, ana rea full of iconic buildings, fashion stores, films and local party references, converted nowadays in the […]

 

Hotel ME Reina Victoria

Hotel ME Reina Victoria was built on the plot that occupied the Palace of the Counts of Teba, at Plaza Santa Ana, where Merimée started writing Carmen. During 20th-century was th bullfighters meeting point. Hemingway stayed at it many nights, and even mentioned it in one of his books. Today, this building still retains its original facade. However, its interior has been renovated by designer Keith Hobbs including design furniture, […]

 

La Posada del León de Oro

Standing since 1893, the Posada del León de Oro maintains its original structure. In its rooms slept adventurers, traders and swordsmen. Today, its 17 bedrooms are distributed over three floors around the ‘corrala’, one of its key elements. Pilar Jurado and Isabel López Cortés, responsible for the interior architectural details, have selected unique pieces specially designed for the hotel, such as sinks, taps, tiles and headboards. Philippe Starck also collaborates […]