Huertas Hotels
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Hotel Villa Real

Hotel Villa Real Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 115-room Hotel Villa Real boasts a great, central location just a few blocks from Sol and many major attractions. The hotel is a solid option for tourists -- and particularly families. Not only does it have hip restaurant that provides a kids menu, it also offer rooms with layouts convenient for families, and has numerous connecting rooms. The rooms, however, aren't as impressive as one may expect from a luxury hotel. They have eclectic style that blends modern and antique pieces, but most have two beds pushed together with thin comforters rather than duvets, and the furniture shows wear. Rooms do have flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi access (the first hour is free). Hotel Villa Real also has a small on-site fitness center and business center, but those looking for a few more amenities (such as a pool and more dining options) may consider the nearby sister hotel, Hotel Urban.
Hotel Urban

Hotel Urban Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The boutique Hotel Urban is a luxurious hotel with a long list of features. Not only does it feature a lovely rooftop pool lined by lounge chairs, it is also home to a small fitness center, two swanky restaurants and a bar, and even a museum area of ancient antiques. The 102 rooms, however, aren't as impressive as the rest of the hotel. Sure, they're spacious and include large flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi access (the first hour is free), but the decor is relatively bland: Furniture shows some wear and tear, the beds feature shiny bronze bedspreads, and the lack of color give them a masculine-bordering-on-boring look. Nonetheless, Hotel Urban remains a solid pick, in part due to its convenient location in the heart of Madrid, within walking distance of restaurants, shops, and nearly every main sight the city has to offer.
NH Palacio De Tepa

NH Palacio De Tepa Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Though the 85-room NH Palacio is housed in an 18-century building, it has a hip, modern vibe throughout. It is arguably the chicest hotel in the NH brand, with gorgeous rooms, a funky tapas bar, and on-site amenities such as a well-equipped business center and a small fitness center. Even standard rooms are large and feature up-to-date amenities such as flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi. The design is modern with simple lines, beige furniture, pops of color, and hardwood floors. Though the hotel does not have a full spa (few hotels in Madrid do), it does offer a tranquil spot for massages. The convenient location -- within walking distance of the Atocha train station and numerous sights -- is also a draw.
The Westin Palace, Madrid

The Westin Palace, Madrid Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 467-room Westin Palace is one of the top hotels in Madrid, and is housed in a gorgeous historic building that was commissioned by the king in 1912. Elegant, classic decor is found throughout the hotel; though standard Deluxe Rooms aren't as luxurious as one may expect from such an iconic hotel, they are attractive and feature antique furniture, a largely white color scheme, and spacious marble bathrooms with separate showers and soaking tubs. The Westin offers almost all of the conveniences of a luxury hotel: gorgeous meeting rooms, two gourmet restaurants, a 24-hour fitness center, even a Starbucks. However, the "spa" is really more of a barber shop, and there is no pool. Overall, the Westin is a great (if expensive) option, with a fabulous location in the heart of the city.
Catalonia Atocha

Catalonia Atocha Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Catalonia Atocha is an upper-middle-range hotel in a central location within walking distance of Puerta Del Sol and Plaza Mayor. Its 138 rooms have contemporary decor (light woods and a neutral color scheme), as well as modern amenities, including flat-screen TVs with cable, minibars, and free Wi-Fi -- but no coffeemakers. Clean, modern bathrooms feature sleek walk-in showers or tubs with rain showerheads, and heated towel racks. There’s a decent Mediterranean restaurant and a bar on-site, but the highlight here is the rooftop deck with wonderful city views and a large Jacuzzi.
NH Paseo Del Prado

NH Paseo Del Prado Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The NH Paseo Del Prado is a typical mid-range hotel. It includes some nice features -- such as a bright, spacious fitness center and two restaurants, including a hip tapas bar with a Michelin-starred chef -- but its rooms are nothing special, with a mismatched decor of tired, floral bedspreads, striped walls, and an overall faded look. Nonetheless, this hotel can offer a solid value (prices can fluctuate significantly depending on the season) with perks such as free Wi-Fi in common areas and a convenient location in the Huertas neighborhood.
ME Madrid Hotel

ME Madrid Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Location is definitely a big draw for the ME Madrid -- it's in Plaza de Santa Ana, the heart of the city's basically everything (eating, shopping, clubbing). But there's more to this hotel than its whereabouts. It also features some uber cool features -- 192 stylish contemporary rooms with upscale amenities, a rooftop bar with gorgeous views, a high-end spa and fitness center (next door), sexy and sleek design, a trendy restaurant and bar, and an undeniably hip clientele.
Catalonia Las Cortes

Catalonia Las Cortes Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Catalonia Las Cortes is an upscale, 65-room hotel located in the popular Huertas neighborhood of central Madrid. This initially unassuming 18th-century palace has been beautifully restored and retains much of its elegant baroque-style interiors -- the suites' ceiling frescos are particularly striking. The location makes an excellent base for exploring the city with plenty, including the Prado, well within walking distance. Some rooms are prone to street noise, however. Rates are competitive for this caliber of hotel, but those who prefer a modern look to a historical feel may want to consider the similarly priced ME Madrid Hotel nearby.
NH Nacional

NH Nacional Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The NH Nacional is a 214-room hotel located in the Huertas neighborhood. Clean rooms have hardwood floors, flat-screen TVs, and minibars, although bedding is on the drab side. Big bathrooms are updated and feature shower/tub combos. Upgrading beyond the standard room gets more space, espresso machines, and in some cases, a balcony. A breakfast buffet with a great selection -- typical of NH hotels -- is on offer here, along with a simple cocktail bar on-site. While there is a fee for in-room Wi-Fi and some guests complain about street noise, the property is clean and offers a great location near three of Madrid's most popular museums.
Room Mate Alicia

Room Mate Alicia Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 37-room boutique is part of a stylish yet affordable chain that offers a youthful, playful design at a good price. All rooms have pops of bright blue, yellow, or red, along with modern furniture, sleek track lighting, and Roy Lichtenstein prints. Bathrooms are also modern, though the showers and tubs lack privacy and are quite revealing (some showers are in the room while some tubs have direct street views). The Duplex is a hip upgrade, with a spacious living room, big outdoor balcony, and mini pool. Conveniently located near Plaza Santa Ana, this hotel offers comfortable rooms with high ceilings and lots of natural light, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and minibars. However, there is no bar or fitness center on-site.


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