Where to Stay in Madrid

Hotel in MadridAside from being the focal point of Spain in terms of industrial, financial, commercial, educational, cultural, and media aspects, the city of Madrid has rapidly become a potential center of Spain’s tourism industry. In response to Madrid’s speedy growth as a major tourist destination, various hotels and inns have mushroomed all over the city to hospitably accommodate its valued guests and visitors from neighboring Hispanic cities and from around the world.

The good thing about the hotels in Madrid is that they are located in close proximity to the various tourist hot spots in the city. The accommodation options in Madrid are varied and are categorized according to the varied tastes and needs of tourists. The one thing they have in common though is that these hotels are geared at providing the best service to every tourist and to assure them of a great experience while they are vacationing in this highly remarkable city of splendid Spain. For a great selection of places to stay with discount prices visit Madrid Hotels for more information.

Situated along Gran Via, Madrid’s most important boulevard, are the more affordable places to stay in Madrid. One such affordable hotel is the Hotel Monaco. Hotel Monaco is set at the center of the barrio of Chueca, a former home of blacksmiths in Madrid. This hotel was formerly a brothel in style with Spanish aristocracy. It was refurbished in the 1950s but some of the interiors and original furnishings were preserved in most of the rooms. A notable accent in the hotel’s breakfast hall is an authentic pair of leather booths. Hotel Monaco boasts of English-speaking staff and provides such facilities as telephones, fax, safes, TVs, bar and laundry. Hotel price is under €100.

Also located along the Gran Via is the reasonably priced Tryp Washington hotel. This hotel is specially intended to suit the needs of lone or group tourists as well as traveling families who are visiting the city of Madrid for either business or leisure. This inexpensive hotel has 6 family rooms and 109 tryp rooms. It features heating, air conditioning, a breakfast hall with buffet offerings, and facilities including a satellite TV, telephone, and WI-FI zones all over the hotel.
Close to the airport is the Novotel Campo de las Naciones hotel, which is a four-star hotel boasting of 246 rooms. Aside from its accessibility to Madrid’s city center, this hotel is ideal for meetings, conferences, and seminars. It provides free WIFI access, pay parking, meeting rooms, a bar, a restaurant, and an outdoor pool.

For tourists who are looking for the rather luxurious hotels, Madrid boasts of several hotels that are strategically positioned in elegant and gorgeous surrounding areas, all of which offer high quality service as are expected in luxury hotels in other cities. One of Madrid’s luxury hotels is Hotel Puerta America. The front side of Hotel Puerta Americana is designed by Jean Nouvel, a French architect, while the other floors of the hotel are styled by other designers. The rooms of this hotel offer the same facilities as other hotels except a few additions such as small gym, Turkish toilets and baths, and an indoor swimming pool. Hotel rate is over €300.

Vincci Soma is another luxurious hotel in Madrid that has 170 rooms, conference facilities and other basic services. This hotel’s chief eatery serves Mediterranean cuisine. Hotel rate is €200 to €300.

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