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Hotels in Madrid

Beautiful designer boutiques and open-air markets in the streets, Madrid is a shopper's dreamland. The Chueca district is a bohemian area known for its lack of big brands and wealth of one-off shops. Oliphant is a favourite, where you can buy a vintage-style wardrobe and then the clothes to fill it. Calle Serrano and Calle Goya are two streets in Salamanca known for designer shops, if you saved on a cheap hotel in Madrid;this is the place you want to spend that saved cash. Shops like Boss, Saint Laurent, Prada and Barbour all call Calle Serrano their home. If you're after a bargain, then head to El Rastro market on Ribera de Curtidores where you can unearth a gem among the old records and vintage clothing.


Madrilenos love their entertainment with all types of festivals being held throughout the year. DCode Fest has numerous exhibitions of modern visual art, having also played host to The Killers and Sigur Ros. The various workshops and performances at Cultura Inquieta Festival have been designed to get people interested in Spanish culture. If you booked your Madrid hotel in the middle of May, you'll soon see the San Isidro festival, a nine day street celebration for the city's patron saint.


When walking the streets of Madrid, you'll see striking buildings throughout the city, ranging from ancient Roman temples to the twentieth-century Belle Epoque movement. The baroque-style St Michaels Basilica from 1745 and the neo-classical Almudena Cathedral are inspiring but our favourite is the Church of San Nicolas, the oldest in Madrid with a bell tower from the twelfth century.

Bars, Pubs and Nightclubs

Madrid is known for starting the party late, with most bars coming to life after 10pm. Hotels in Madrid tend to have their own lounge bars but if you want to head out into the city visit Stork Bar, based in a brick basement with live music and karaoke. Then check out El Rincon de Fogg and grab yourself two litres of sangria from the self-service dispenser. To dance the night away, Palacio Gaviria is a club decorated as a 16th century palace.

Culture – museums and galleries

The tree-lined Paseo del Prado is the cultural centre of Madrid. Home to the so called Golden Triangle, you'll find the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Reina Sofia Museum all in close proximity. Our favourite, Mad is Mad, is a space dedicated to more than a hundred upcoming contemporary artists where you can get an insight into the next generation.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Madrid

What are the most booked hotels in Madrid?

Ilunion Pio XII, Vincci Centrum Hotel and H10 Villa De La Reina Boutique Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Madrid.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Madrid?

The cheapest price for a double room in Madrid is £25, offered by Casa Huésped Magdalena.

If I want to stay in the center of Madrid, which hotels shall I consider?

The best hotels near the center of Madrid are Hostal Victoria II, Hostal Riesco and Petit Palace Puerta del Sol.

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