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|August||Cheapest month to stay with an average 28% drop in price.|
|May||Most expensive month to stay with an average 37% rise in price.|
Average price (weeknight)
|C$ 151||Average Sun. - Thu. price over the last 2 weeks.|
Average price (weekend night)
|C$ 164||Average Fri. & Sat. price over the last 2 weeks.|
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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.
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