Hotels in Madrid

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Madrid, Spain
Nov 29 — Nov 302
Madrid, Spain
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Cheapest month:August
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Madrid:$139/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$2/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
$102 - $170
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$109 - $158
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Madrid

About Madrid

Captivating visitors with its infectious energy, Madrid is a melting pot of history, culture and urban allure. The city is incredibly beautiful, with plazas, palaces and parks found around every corner. Beyond its big-ticket sights, Madrid is home to a variety of unique attractions, not to mention a legendary food scene.

Things to do

Start in Plaza Mayor, Madrid’s central square. Nearby is the magnificent Royal Palace of Madrid, the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. Gran Vía runs right past the grounds and is one of Spain’s most glamorous shopping strips.

Madrid is home to a trio of world-class galleries, showcasing works by national treasures like Goya, Picasso, Dalí and Miró. Museo del Prado serves as Spain’s main national art museum, while Centro de Arte Reina Sofía spotlights 20th-century artwork.

If you love football, a tour of Santiago Bernabéu Stadium unlocks a behind the scenes glimpse at the iconic home of Real Madrid. After dark, the city serves up legendary nightlife. From cosy wine bars to late night flamenco clubs, Madrid is all about living “la buenavida”.

Famous as Spain’s culinary capital, Madrid blends tradition with innovation. Enjoy tapas at a traditional taverna, eat your way through the Market of San Miguel or splurge at one of the city’s Michelin-star restaurants.

Getting around

Madrid is powered by an efficient metro network, which spans across the city and to the airport. Local buses are frequent, while taxis are affordable and well regulated. Parking can be a headache, so public transport is usually the best way to get around. Madrid Atocha is the Madrid’s main station, offering connections to Barcelona, Seville, Valencia and beyond.

Madrid travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in Madrid?

    Our travelers prefer to stay in places like Barajas, Valdebebas, and Salamanca while in Madrid.

  • What are the best hotels in Madrid?

    Madrid is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Eurostars Madrid Tower, which has a current rating of 8.6. For other potential stays, consider NH Collection Madrid Suecia and Hotel Vía Castellana, which can also be great places to stay in Madrid.

  • What is a good hotel near Puerta del Sol?

    NH Collection Madrid Suecia is a hotel near Puerta del Sol that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.9 across 1,314 reviews.

  • What is a good hotel in Madrid near Plaza Mayor?

    NH Collection Madrid Suecia is the most recommended hotel near Plaza Mayor on HotelsCombined (scoring 8.9 over 1,314 reviews).

  • Is there a good hotel near Madrid City Centre?

    If you’re planning to stay near Madrid City Centre, you should consider NH Collection Madrid Suecia, which has a score of 8.9 from 1,314 reviews.

  • How much do hotels in Madrid cost?

    Madrid hotels have an average price of $208/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days). For a 4-star hotel, the average price is $231/night, and if you are looking for a 5-star hotel in Madrid then the average price is around $453/night.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Madrid?

    Over the last 3 days, Madrid hotels have been found for as cheap as $13/night in searches by HotelsCombined users.

  • How much is a hotel in Madrid tonight?

    Over the last 3 days, the starting price of a hotel in Madrid tonight has been as low as $40 and the average price has been $123. If you’d prefer 4-star accommodation, expect to pay at least $57 for this evening.

  • What are the best hotels on Gran Via in Madrid?

    Gran Via is the most popular street in Madrid. It is home to some of the most iconic buildings in the city, hosts plenty of shops and restaurants, and connects Madrid to Salamanca and Argüelles. Gran Via has earned its reputation as the Spanish Broadway, and staying on this street will mean that you’ll be close to several bars, restaurants, clothing stores, cinemas, and theatres. It is the street that never sleeps in Madrid, and to be close to the city’s electric nightlife, consider booking a hotel along Gran Via. Some great hotels in Madrid you could consider along Gran Via include Hotel Atlantico Madrid, Hyatt Centric Gran Via Madrid, Hotel Emperador, and NH Collection Madrid Gran Via. If you’re visiting Madrid for a shopping extravaganza, consider booking any of the hotels along Gran Via to be close to several stores, including Pull and Bear, Zara, H&M, and Sfera.

  • Are there kid-friendly hotels in Madrid?

    Yes, many Madrid hotels are kid-friendly. These hotels have plenty of amenities for the whole family, such as swimming pools, pet accommodations, family rooms, gaming rooms, onsite restaurants, and children’s TV channels. Some cheap hotels in Madrid you could consider when visiting with the family include Exe Madrid Norte, Barceló Torre de Madrid, and Barceló Emperatriz. Staying at Barceló Emperatriz will mean fun for the whole family. First, they provide family rooms with cable or satellite TV. For some fun in the sun, there’s a pool with a view, or you can rent a bicycle at their onsite rental counter. They also provide babysitting services, massage therapy, and a fitness center. At Barceló Torre de Madrid, they provide a spa and wellness center and a fitness center. They also provide child care services, and their onsite restaurant has kids’ menus. If you wish to explore the city, the hotel provides shuttle services at an affordable fee.

  • How do I find a peaceful and quiet hotel in Madrid?

    If you wish to stay in quiet neighborhoods in Madrid, consider booking a hotel far from downtown. Madrid is a bustling metropolis, so hotels in the city center are not ideal for a tranquil and relaxed stay. However, in the northern part of Salamanca, you’ll find quiet establishments such as Barceló Emperatriz and Hotel Intercontinental. These establishments have everything you need for a quiet and relaxed stay. They provide cozy rooms with room service, so you don’t have to leave your room for anything. Barceló Emperatriz provides a spa and wellness center, and you could enjoy their services at the spa or in your room. South of the city center, there’s the Wellington Hotel & Spa Madrid, another good establishment for a tranquil and relaxed stay. Just 15min from the airport, this establishment has everything you need to relax and feel rejuvenated. The rooms are cozy and stylish and come with a minibar. They also provide a beauty center, sauna, rooftop terrace, Jacuzzi, an outdoor pool, and a Turkish steam bath.

  • What neighborhoods in Madrid have the best restaurants?

    For foodies looking to book hotels in Madrid, consider a hotel along Gran Via or downtown Madrid. These two areas have the hottest restaurants in the city. You’ll find all kinds of cuisines offered along Gran Via or downtown Madrid, from Chinese to American, but most restaurants serve Spanish cuisines. Some great restaurants you’ll find in these areas are La Prensa, Shi-Shang, Larios Café, Ginos, DiBocca, and Paraiso del Jamon. And if you want to be close to these fine restaurants, consider booking a hotel within walking distance, such as Hotel Emperador, Gran Via 63 Rooms, Hotel Mayorazgo, and Vincci Capitol.