Madrid Hotels

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Low Season March
High Season April
  Average price (weeknight): C$ 141
  Average price (weekend night): C$ 341

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Top tips for finding the perfect Madrid hotel

The quality of Spanish hotels is strictly regulated, making the grading system uniform across the country. In Madrid, as long as an establishment is considered to be a hotel you can usually expect to find a free breakfast and at least one on-site restaurant. For complimentary wi-fi, televisions, mini bars, and outdoor areas with pools, you usually have to book a hotel that has a minimum of three stars.
Interested in exploring Madrid’s nightlife? If so, book one of the many hotels located in Gran Vía, such as the Regente. Gran Vía is an upscale street and home to many famous clubs and bars, plus a variety of shopping opportunities. No matter what time of day it is, this street is always packed with tourists and locals.
If you would like to be centrally located in a hotel near Madrid’s best museums, bars, and restaurants, book a room right in the city center. B&B Hotel Puerta del Sol is located in the heart of the city, a two-minute walk from Puerta del Sol. Interested in the Prado Museum? Then check out The Westin Palace hotel, just five minutes away from this famous museum.
Madrid usually hosts a variety of sporting events throughout the year, and the city tends to become crowded and particularly expensive during these times. Try to avoid these events when you’re booking your trip to the city, and pay special attention to the dates of soccer tournaments, as hotels located downtown will completely fill up.
For those who are interested in hip bars and restaurants, try to book a hotel in the neighborhood of Lavapiés. It is just a short walk from the city center, making it a little quieter and less touristy than the traditional downtown. Make sure to start searching for hotels well in advance, since there are fewer hotels in this area. The Hotel Victoria 4 and Hotel Paseo del Arte are great places to begin your search.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Madrid

How much is a cheap hotel in Madrid?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Madrid for as cheap as C$ 13 in the last 3 days. The average price is C$ 287.
How much is a hotel in Madrid for tonight?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Madrid hotels for tonight for as low as C$ 15. Users have also found 3-star hotels from C$ 43 and 4-star hotels from C$ 47.
How much is a hotel in Madrid for this weekend?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Madrid hotels for this weekend for as low as C$ 67 per night. Users have also found 3-star hotels from C$ 60 and 4-star hotels from C$ 123.
Which are the most popular Madrid neighborhoods to stay in?
Hotels in Embajadores, Gran Via and Sol have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Madrid's different neighborhoods, check out our Madrid's City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Which hotels in Madrid have a good indoor or rooftop pool?
It can be difficult to find hotels with a pool in the city center of Madrid, but some hotels outside the city center do provide this amenity. The Wellington Hotel is a popular choice, with both an outdoor pool and a hot tub. The Dear Hotel Madrid, on Gran Vía, has a beautiful pool that provides views of the city.
Where in Madrid can I find a hotel with a view?
The Eurostars Madrid Tower is a 5-star hotel that offers panoramic views of Spain’s capital, while the more affordable Iberostar Las Letras Gran Vía has a large terrace on top of its building.
What are the best hotels near the Atocha Train Station?
If you wish to stay in a hotel conveniently located close to the Atocha Train Station, there are several choices. The Hotel Paseo del Arte is a sleek but cheap hotel that is located just near the Atocha station. The Agumar Hotel features a delicious Mediterranean restaurant and is located in a stylish, modern building.

Where to stay in Madrid?

Our Heatmaps tool will help you find the perfect place to stay in Madrid by showing you how close hotel options are to major activities

Best Madrid hotels

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Gran Meliá Palacio de los Duques - Madrid - Building
9.3 Excellent (1,790 reviews)
C$ 464+
URSO Hotel & Spa - Madrid - Bedroom
9.2 Excellent (1,132 reviews)
C$ 325+
Hotel Villa Magna - Madrid - Building
9.1 Excellent (1,228 reviews)
C$ 743+
NH Collection Madrid Eurobuilding - Madrid - Building
9.0 Excellent (6,565 reviews)
C$ 333+
Axel Hotel Madrid - Adults Only - Madrid - Building
9.0 Excellent (4,324 reviews)
C$ 196+
The Westin Palace, Madrid - Madrid - Building
9.0 Excellent (3,820 reviews)
C$ 436+
Hesperia Madrid - Madrid - Building
9.0 Excellent (1,890 reviews)
C$ 264+
Gran Meliá Fénix - Madrid - Building
9.0 Excellent (1,850 reviews)
C$ 302+
Wellington Hotel - Madrid - Building
8.9 Excellent (3,351 reviews)
C$ 326+
NH Collection Madrid Abascal - Madrid - Building
8.9 Excellent (3,267 reviews)
C$ 224+
NH Collection Madrid Suecia - Madrid - Building
8.9 Excellent (2,737 reviews)
C$ 279+
Urban - Madrid - Bedroom
8.9 Excellent (1,833 reviews)
C$ 318+
Hotel Liabeny - Madrid - Building
8.8 Excellent (5,323 reviews)
C$ 227+
Hotel Intur Palacio San Martin - Madrid - Building
8.8 Excellent (3,742 reviews)
C$ 258+
Dear Hotel Madrid - Madrid - Bedroom
8.8 Excellent (3,628 reviews)
C$ 215+

Best Madrid hotels near Puerta del Sol

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NH Collection Madrid Palacio de Tepa - Madrid - Building
8.9 Excellent (2,008 reviews)
C$ 297+
Hotel Villa Real - Madrid - Building
8.9 Excellent (1,874 reviews)
C$ 268+
The Principal Madrid - Madrid - Building
8.9 Excellent (1,286 reviews)
C$ 373+
Hostel Los Amigos - Madrid - Bedroom
8.5 Excellent (1,522 reviews)
C$ 58+