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Madrid romantic hotels

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  • The 10 Best Romantic Hotels in Madrid, Spain

Hotels that guests love in Madrid
  • Lovely, stylish room with a great Jacuzzi to relax in. Very friendly people on the reception desk who were happy to help us whenever we needed anything.

  • Nice staff. Lovely room with jacuzzi. Nice size of the room, it was clean and comfortable. We got upgraded to a suite - bigger than we paid for.

  • Amazing place! Location is superb, right in front of the Royal Palace. We got an upgrade to an amazing room: huge and beautiful room with a view on the Palace. the room is very quite, we had a private terrace overviewing the Palace. Staff is very friendly, we had a free bottle of wine and a free bottle of champagne in the room. breakfast is downstairs in the beautiful Cafe' d'Oriente. location is great, 10 minutes walking from Sol and Gran Via, 5 minutes walking from metro Opera.

  • Clean hotel with great staff! Complementary upgrade to a suite as we were there for our anniversary which was a lovely touch!

  • Me and my girlfriend stayed in a junior suite after upgrading from a superior suite. The upgrade is well worth the extra expense. I proposed to my girlfriend here and it was the perfect romantic location. The hotel were able to arrange a dozen roses and champagne. The views from the junior suite are really nice!

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Things to do Madrid

Chueca Neighbourhood
Chueca is bustling and full of energy, packed to the rafters with bars, clubs and restaurants. Plazas pack with people-watchers and coffee-connoisseurs, as pooches and their owners stride across the square. The summertime sees the neighbourhood burst into life as Gay Pride begins and the streets fill with revellers and parades.
Malasaña Neighbourhood
Malasaña is Madrid’s hip new neighbourhood but one that still retains its old-time charm, with original bars and cafés dotting each street. Restaurants and watering holes offer drinks, food and music to cater to any taste, while quirky shop-fronts stock retro goodies and vintage furnishings. East London-style, the streets provide a free outdoor gallery with their scattering of bold graffiti.
Salamanca Neighbourhood
Brush shoulders with sophisticated Madrileños in this upmarket neighbourhood. Chic boutiques and designer names aplenty line smart streets, where shoppers dip under the canopies of gourmet restaurants and cocktail bars. Lounge on a terrace and watch the world go by as you sip on a café con leche and imagine yourself transported back to the Madrid of days gone by.

Madrid highlights

Flip a coin – ‘heads’ for parties, ‘tails’ for solitude. Like most red-blooded Spaniards, Madrileños are football-mad and stampede from Santiago Bernabéu Stadium for post-match drinks in Plaza de Cibeles. However, there’s also a softer side to this compact capital, found in the bucolic parks, imperial buildings and world-class museums uncovered at every turn.