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Which fine art museums should a first-time visitor to Madrid start with?

United States of America John, United States of America

30 days ago

Thyssen museum is in a class of it's own. The unique chronological ordering of art makes innovators stand out amongst there peers. Oh yeah Reina Sofia and Pardo is nothing to sneeze at either. Amazing collection of art in this city!
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  • Everything. There was nothing to dislike about this hotel. Location was great for all the sights and close to Sol Square. Large room, great facilities. This was our last stay-over on a 22 night tour off northern Spain including staying at 6 hotels, in terms of value for money (given that we were in Madrid) this had to be the best.

    Les, Mature couple from Spain
  • We were traveling in Spain and Portugal for three weeks. We stayed in six different hotels during that time. This was the largest, best room that we had. The bathroom had two sinks, was large & very modern. Very close to the airport with shuttle service. All-in-all a great place. Good restaurant, excellent professional staff.

    Rudolf, Mature couple from the United States
  • The free shuttle showed up just as we turned in the rental, taxi would have cost 30euro. The hotel was ultra modern, 8min. from the airport,would have enjoyed a longer stay.We stayed 22 places all over Spain and Portugal,Axor was one of the best.

    Arthur, Mature couple from Canada
  • The staff is extremely helpful and friendly. I am traveling throughout Spain and coming back to Madrid two more times. The hotel has been kind enough to store the extra luggage I don't need to carry around. Metro is right outside the door. The best grilled vegetable dish I have ever had was made in the restaurant next to the hotel.

    Kathleen, Solo traveler from the United States
  • great value for the money. Close proximity to get back to the airport. staff very helpful and food there was surprisingly great and an excellent value. quiet hotel. didnt eat the breakfast but it looked best of all we had had/seen in spain

    Carla, Family with older children from Spain

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Catalonia Gran Vía Very good 8 Location,location,location. The hotel is located exactly where you want to be if you are a tourist. Close to the main attractions, shopping streets, restaurants and eateries. At the doorsteps of the famous, Chueca district. It was the gay pride weekend. The property was fully booked. Most of the guests were gym queens, king kong barbies and other eye candies. Nice to watch these cuties on the catwalk with skimpy shorts while having a drink at the bar. It felt more like a beach in Ibiza :-) Big thumb up for the staff. All extremely professional but at the same time (gay)friendly. Also very patient with high demand customers.The reception is definitely one of the strong asset of the Catalonia Gran Via. The room had a good amount of space with a classic decor. The bed was also comfy and the shower had a good pressure. Everything went flawless. The overall experience exceeded my expectations. Highly recommended.
Husa Princesa Very good 8 Breakfast was outstanding, staff very courteous and room very comfortable.
Hotel Liabeny Excellent 8.8 Best location in Madrid City Center. Quite street and surroundings. Close to Sol and Callao Metro Stations. Restaurants, shops, entertainment; all within walking distance.
Senator Gran Vía 21 Hotel Very good 8.2 The Staff of the hotel, the room view, the room cleanest, the location and comfort give to this hotel an enviable position among other hotels in La Gran Via.
Preciados Wonderful 9 This was our second stay at this hotel. You can't beat the location between the Plaza del Sol and Grand Via. It outdoor restaurant is worth a visit and it is ever reasonably priced. We will certainly choose this hotel next time.
Silken Puerta America Very good 8.2 nice, clean, alot of facilities, nice view, location, quiet, Food.
Wellington Madrid Excellent 8.7 The Wellington Club- a super facility with friendly staff
Petit Palace Art Gallery Good 7.9 -the room -the bathroom -that we could check in early as we came in on a nighttrain Englishspeaking tv channels
Hotel Regina Excellent 8.6 Pretty, stylish, new for reasonable money, Very nice staff. 50m from Portal del sol.
Ayre Gran Hotel Colón Very good 8.3 The hotel is situated near the metro station so u can easily go wherever u need, it's close to the famous Parque Retiro which is really worth of seeing! The staff was helpful and very friendly, the room was big and clean, and it had a good view from the window. Everything was perfect!
Hotel Paseo Del Arte Very good 8.2 Staff was very friendly and helpful
Emperador Very good 8.2 This hotel was amazing I am very confused that this hotel is not 5 stars. The staff could not do enough for us they made our stay so comfortable from start to finish. I'll be returning very very soon.
Hotel Cortezo Good 7.9 Excellent location. Friendly staff and very clean.
Regente Hotel Good 7.7 discount for breakfast location staff at reception
Catalonia Atocha Excellent 8.7 Location gives easy access to museums, staff marked everything on a map for me, the modern decor is refreshing and comfortable.

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    The Spanish Soul of Art and Entertainment

    The modern Madrid is one of the greenest cities in Europe and the most popular destination in Spain. Whether you want to experience its legendary nightlife or a flamenco show, this is the place to be.

    The renowned Prado Museum holds one of the world’s finest art collections with iconic paintings by El Greco, Velázquez and Goya. For a more modern touch, the Museo Reina Sofia houses works by Picasso and Dali.

    Start your evening at Puerta del Sol, one of the city’s busiest spots. Make some room in your stomach for great tapas and sangria in La Latina district, south of the city’s most famous plaza, Plaza Mayor.

    Real Madrid plays at Santiago Bernabeu and Atlético Madrid competes at Vicente Calderón Stadium, two opportunities that no sports fan will want to miss. The popular Salamanca district is a great place to look for boutique gifts and unique shops.

    Thanks to great public transportation system, getting to the city center from Madrid Barajas International Airport is very easy. Whether you’re looking for luxury hotels, budget hostels or comfy apartments, Booking.com has a perfect place to stay for your Madrid holiday.

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