Madrid Hotels - Handpicked!
Where (which neighbourhood) to stay in Madrid?
- City Centre:
No surprises that that the center of Madrid (including Gran Via and Plaza Santa Ana) is a prime spot to stay as you'll be able to easily walk to sights, watering holes and restaurants. The area stays alive and buzzing till the wee hours of the morning.
Salamanca is cosmopolitan, with nice restaurants and hotels; and despite not being technically in the city center it is close and easily reached (10m by train or a 30m walk). The northern Chamartín district is quiet with an easy going, residential vibe.
- Puerta del Sol
Puerta del Sol is about as central as you can get. There's plenty of hotels and hostels dotted around the near by streets and you really don’t need to go anywhere for bars, restaurants and shops.
Look for a hotel near a Madrid Metro
It does not really matter which neighbourhood you stay in as long as your hotel is close to a metro station. Madrid is well connected with an extensive metro system. The metro is at its best coverage in this part of town; Plaza Espana, Plaza Mayor and numerous other sites are an arm’s length away.
The Madrid metro network is efficient, with trains running every 5 minutes. The trains as well as the stations are clean and well organized. Metro maps are clear and easy to follow.
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