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WHERE TO STAY IN MADRID

Where is the best area to stay in Madrid?

For art lovers, architecture buffs and foodies, the Spanish capital of Madrid has much to offer. From medieval mansions to grand palaces, this is a city that’s proudly beautiful. Take in famous artworks from Picasso, Dali and Miró at some of Spain’s finest art galleries, including the Museo del Prado, Centro de Arte Reina Sofía and the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. Feast your eyes on the tapestries and high ceilings of the Royal Palace, or seek out turtles and peacocks at the pretty Parque del Retiro. Football fans will love the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, home of Real Madrid. Or, why not sample delicious olives and seafood paella at the bustling Mercado San Miguel.

 

The best area to stay in Madrid is the city centre, not far from square of Puerta del Sol. In this areas you’ll be within walking distance of attractions like Plaza Mayor, the Royal Palace and the main shopping street of Gran Via. You’ll find plenty of shops and restaurants to keep you occupied here. These areas have excellent transport links with several metro stations dotted around, and there is also a hop-on-hop-off tourist bus that stops on Gran Via.

BEST LOCATED HOTELS IN MADRID
Hotel   Price per night
Francisco I
Calle del Arenal, 15
99€ - 105$
Hotel Mirador Puerta del Sol
Montera, 6
81€ - 86$
Hotel   Price per night
Hotel Room Mate Alicia
Calle del Prado 2
125€ - 133$
Hotel Europa
Calle del Carmen 4
109€ - 116$
Hotel Regina
Calle Alcala 19
144€ - 153$
Hotel Room Mate Laura
Travesia de los Trujillos 3
116€ - 123$
Hotel   Price per night
Only You Hotel & Lounge Madrid
Barquillo, 21
185€ - 196$
Hotel Atlántico
Gran Via 38
190€ - 201$
Intur Palacio San Martin
Plaza San Martin 5
112€ - 119$
Hotel Preciados
Preciados 37
139€ - 147$
Catalonia Las Cortes
Calle del Prado 6
180€ - 191$
Hotel   Price per night
The Westin Palace Madrid
Plaza de las Cortes 7
348€ - 369$

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Other areas to stay in Madrid

While the Puerta del Sol Plaza is certainly the best place to stay in Madrid, there are many other regions that have excellent accommodation and access to the best parts of Madrid. The following neighbourhoods and areas all have unique charm and characteristics about them. Madrid is a very vibrant city and different regions of the city may appeal to different personality types. Some neighbourhoods have a very vibrant nightlife scene, while other areas offer more peaceful scenes.

 

Plaza Santa Ana

Within walking distance to incredible sights such as the Prado, the Palace, the Reina Sofia and the Thyssen, this neighbourhood has plenty of places to eat that are open quite late. Renting an apartment here is an affordable and comfortable accommodation option.

 

La Latina

This neighbourhood is near the Plaza Mayor and offers some of the best tapas and cuisine options in the city centre. Although not particularly quiet or upscale, this neighbourhood is close to many tourist destinations and has easy access to the city centre.

 

Lavapies

For budget travellers this neighbourhood offers cheap accommodation. Because of its immigration culture, there are many ethnic food stores and small boutique shops. It is ideally located within walking distance of the Reina Sofia and other cultural museums. For a unique experience away from the major tourist hotels of Madrid, this is an ideal place.

 

Barrio

One of the most upscale areas around the city centre, this area provides good access to the city centre which is a metro ride away. Here features fancy and comfortable accommodation, but of course it comes with a price tag. There are many luxury shops, expensive boutiques and restaurants to eat at. It is one of the safest neighbourhoods around Madrid because of its wealthy status.

 

Chueca

This neighbourhood is home to a large gay community and has a fun, vibrant party culture. Most clubs are open all hours of the night and it is a very lively place. There are plenty of good options for accommodation available in this hip and funky area.

 

Malasaña

Known for its artists and fashion, this neighbourhood is considerably young and bohemian and offers a funky and edgy vibe. This makes it quite an appealing place to be away from the dominant tourist areas, but still has access to the city centre. For a hipster experience that will be quite unique, staying in a hotel or hostel here will be enjoyable.

 

Alonso Martinez

Within walking distance to central Madrid, this area has excellent hotels available. It is close to the river and has easy access to bars and clubs to enjoy the nightlife of the city. There are plenty of places to eat and plenty of things to do if staying in this area.

 

Los Austrias

This area is filled with medieval and renaissance architectural charm. The Plaza Mayor is close by and can be accessed walking. Many hotels and budget style hostels are available in this part of Madrid.

The Westin Palace Hotel Madrid
Hotel Best Western Atlantico Madrid
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