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You are surely wondering what are the best boutique hotels in Madrid… The kind of place that combines a great location and an extraordinary design with just the right dose of luxury.
These hotels are so unique and beautiful that you do not want to leave your room. But still – you should!
Madrid’s hotel scene is buzzing at the moment, so I am bringing you the best boutique hotels and stylish romantic retreats that Madrid has to offer. These selection is made of places that will capture you the moment you see them.
So why not stay in an intimate and original boutique hotel while in Madrid?
TÓTEM: Located in the city’s elegant and upmarket Salamanca neighbourhood, the TÓTEM is a favorite of mine among boutique hotels in Madrid. The discretely marked entrance of the handsome 19th century corner block opens into a naturally lit lobby. 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.
Only YOU Boutique Hotel: This hotel has been designed just for you, to make your stay in Madrid unique, whether you’re visiting the capital for business or pleasure. The beautiful building (an old 19th century mansion) is enhanced by a cozy interior design, giving the hotel a transgressive feel with colonial touches.
Catalonia Las Cortes: This initially unassuming 18th century palace has been beautifully restored and retains much of its elegant baroque-style interiors – the suites’ ceiling frescoes are particularly striking. The location makes an excellent base for exploring the city, including the Prado Museum, well within walking distance.
Petit Palace Santa Bárbara: A historic 4-star boutique hotel located on Alonso Martínez street, where comfort and design perfectly combine with its historic roots: the hotel building was formerly the Quintanar Palace. It was completely renovated to provide spacious and luminous rooms with stylish furniture and all the latest mod cons to ensure you an amazing stay.
VP Jardín de Recoletos: This upscale boutique hotel features 43 studio-style rooms feature attractive contemporary decor, fully equipped kitchenettes, living areas with a sofa bed for a third guest, and great amenities. The hotel offers wonderful recreational facilities such as garden to make your stay truly unforgettable.
Vincci The Mint: The hotel offers guests an innovative and cutting-edge concept. Its originality will surprise you and can be perceived as soon as you enter the hotel. The traditional front desk has no place at the hotel where the experience all starts when you check-in at the bar.
NH Collection Madrid Colón: It’s located in the heart of the well-heeled Salamanca district, only a few steps away from the high-end shops and restaurants along the ‘Golden Mile’. The number of amenities offered is impressive for a mid-range hotel in the city: a seasonal outdoor pool, a small gym, a sunny terrace, and a stylish sushi bar.
Dear Hotel Madrid: The Dear is at the end of the Gran Vía, the main avenue through the centre of Madrid. You are right in the shopping area with lots of restaurants in the vicinity. The interior designers have created a calm haven using a palette of pale greys and natural tones. Floors are oak and furniture is the clean-cut Scandinavian style that is so in vogue these days.
Vincci Soho: Located in the heart of Madrid’s central Barrio de las Letras neighborhood, the upper-mid-range Vincci Soho is one the stylish boutique hotels in Madrid that you can find with sleek modern style set against an historic backdrop. The more stylized interiors are foreshadowed by the recycled CD lizard sculpture that adorns the classic building’s exterior.
Eurostars Central: An avant-garde design hotel with all the services required by the 21st century guest, the Hotel Eurostars Central is surrounded by the lively areas of Tribunal, Malasaña, Chueca and Chamberí and absorbs the very essence of each of these spots. The hotel strives for strive for your complete satisfaction through experience, design, cutting-edge technologies and functionality.
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