4.7 Catalonia Les Cortes Madrid

Hotel Catalonia Las Cortes, Madrid


“An elegant and ingeniously converted palace, Hotel Catalonia Las Cortes was once the residence of the Duke of Nobelejas. In some of the suites, guests will gaze up at frescoed ceilings.”

$ 127 $ 127 $ 127 $ 127
4.7 Orfila Hotel Madrid

Hotel Relais & Châteaux Orfila, Madrid


“The Orfila is a converted 19th-century palace. Close enough to the Castellana to feel the pulse of the city’s main artery, set back enough to sleep quietly and stroll along sedate side streets.”

$ 282 $ 282 $ 282 $ 282
4.3 Room007 Ventura Hotel Madrid

Room007 Ventura Hostel, Madrid

The Guardian

“Many city hostels occupy top spots, have a strong design ethos and offer more services than five-star hotels – all for a fraction of the price. Among the best of the best: Room 007 in the Chueca, Sol and Ventura neighbourhoods of Madrid.”

$ 18 $ 18 $ 18 $ 18
4.5 The Principal Hotel Madrid

The Principal Hotel, Madrid

New York Times

“Combining comfort and style in the rooms with a prime address for business, culture and night life, the Principal has a lot going for it. For guests who like rubbing shoulders with a steady stream of Madrid’s creative class, just head up to the roof.”

$ 254 $ 254 $ 254 $ 254
4.5 Totem Hotel Madrid

Tótem Hotel, Madrid

New York Times

“Since moving into tony Salamanca at the end of last year, Tótem has quickly become one of Madrid’s most coveted accommodations. Its 1920s-inspired décor features potted palms, blue velvet sofas and a Mediterranean restaurant inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘The Beautiful and Damned.'”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Madrid.

$ 180 $ 180 $ 180 $ 180
4.6 Urso Hotel Madrid

Urso Hotel & Spa, Madrid

New York Times

“Set in the central Alonso Martínez neighborhood, Urso Hotel & Spa is a chic boutique property in a restored early 20th-century palace replete with marble stairs, a wrought-iron balustrade and stained-glass windows.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Madrid.

$ 175 $ 175 $ 175 $ 175
4.4 Hotel Suecia Madrid

Hotel NH Collection Innside Suecia, Madrid

New York Times

“After being shuttered for years the Hotel Suecia reopened in January 2014 as the Innside Madrid Suecia, a new concept hotel by the Spanish Melía chain for on-the-go travelers. The décor features blond woods and nubby fabrics; the building was once home to both the Swedish Cultural Institute and Ernest Hemingway. It has 127 rooms, an all-day restaurant and a fabulous roof terrace just one tranquil block away from the Paseo del Prado.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Madrid.

$ 168 $ 168 $ 168 $ 168
4.7 Only You Madrid

Only You Boutique Hotel, Madrid

New York Times

“Since opening in the fall of 2013, the Only You Hotel has quickly made a name for itself among design-conscious travelers and locals who frequent the lively bar. Besides the bar and restaurant there is a gorgeous sun-lit lobby atrium downstairs and 70 rooms upstairs with plush midnight blue velvet wall coverings and crisp white lacquered furnishings.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Madrid.

$ 195 $ 195 $ 195 $ 195
4.2 Emperador Hotel Madrid

Hotel Emperador, Madrid


“The chief recommendation at The Emperador, certainly in the summer, would be the roof-top swimming pool. There’s a bar up there, too, and captivating 360-degree views of the Spanish capital.”

$ 127 $ 127 $ 127 $ 127
4.5 Hotel Ritz Madrid

Hotel Ritz, Madrid


“Almost a century old, Madrid’s Ritz was built to give the Spanish capital a landmark luxury hotel to rival the Paris original. It continues to do so.”

$ 363 $ 363 $ 363 $ 363