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Hotel Unico

Hotel Unico Rating: 5.0 Pearls

A luxury boutique hotel in the well-heeled Salamanca neighborhood, the Hotel Unico is one of Madrid's most refined and exclusive stays. The unique and modern design of the hotel stands out with colorful art pieces, exquisite and one-of-a-kind marble tile, and elegant contemporary furniture. Rooms have Jatoba wood floors, high ceilings, large windows, iPod docks, and luxurious marble bathrooms -- though some get a little street noise. The hotel's restaurant, Ramon Freixa Madrid, is a local highlight, a Michelin-starred institution with an outdoor terrace in warmer months. There's also a state-of-the-art fitness center, wellness center with massages and beauty treatments, library outfitted with art books, and perks like iPads, laptops, personal trainers, and personal shoppers by request. There’s free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, and free breakfast and parking are included in certain packages.
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.
Hospes Madrid

Hospes Madrid Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Ideally located in the heart of Madrid across from the Parque del Retiro, the luxury boutique hotel Hospes Madrid is a high-design haven within walking distance of attractions, public transport, restaurants, and high-end shops. Spacious rooms follow the hotel’s theme of modern-vintage, with velvets, metallics, and soothing colors blending harmoniously. Large bathrooms are decked out in elegant marble tile-work, deep soaking tubs, and walk-in showers, although the lack of proper doors reduces privacy in a way that can be a turn-off for some. Outside the rooms, the hotel is equally luxurious, with a full-service spa with a hammam and pool, an award-winning restaurant/bar with outdoor seating, and bicycles to borrow. The over-the-top concierge services are a highlight, and the 24-hour room service and front desk are extra perks. On-site parking and shuttles cost fees.
Hotel Ada Palace

Hotel Ada Palace Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The tiny front desk, lack of an actual lobby, and small elevators might give a poor first impression of this upscale boutique hotel, but don't be deterred. Inside, spacious rooms are elegant (pale yellow striped walls, blue and white toile bedspreads), and have flat-screen TVs, minibars, and hydro massage showers. Additional highlights here include a wonderful (and expensive) restaurant with gorgeous views of the surrounding buildings, and a stylish rooftop lounge. While there is no parking, no fitness center, and the business center is basically a single computer, rates tend to be fair and the location on Gran Via is hard to beat. However, there is a pesky daily fee for Wi-Fi.
Petit Palace Plaza del Carmen

Petit Palace Plaza del Carmen Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Petit Palace del Carmen is located on an attractive square in Sol, near many restaurants, shops, and sights. This property is a step above its nearby sister hotel, Petit Palace Londres, with its sleek, modern rooms and pops of color. Black-and-white photographs and dramatic drapes over floor-to-ceiling windows are all nice design touches. Clean, contemporary bathrooms have glass walk-in showers, and some offer saunas and/or Jacuzzi tubs. All rooms have laptops for guest use and free Wi-Fi; additional hotel freebies include bike rentals and coffee in the lobby. With budget-friendly family rooms and an appealing, exposed brick breakfast room, this 42-room hotel is a solid, centrally located pick.
Petit Palace Art Gallery

Petit Palace Art Gallery Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Petit Palace Art Gallery is a 61-room boutique in the upscale Salamanca neighborhood. Located near designer boutiques and fine dining, this property has spacious, contemporary rooms with big windows, flat-screen TVs, and cool glass-walled bathrooms with photo prints. An old wood and wrought-iron elevator brings guests up to the minimalist rooms, accented with small pops of color and large photographs. Hotel perks include free loaner bikes, king beds (a rarity in Madrid), free Wi-Fi, and family-oriented amenities. The breakfast room has exposed brick, vaulted ceilings and some rooms have a Juliet balcony and bay windows. But some may not like the lack of bathroom privacy, and breakfast is on the pricey side.
Innside Madrid Luchana

Innside Madrid Luchana Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 43-room upscale boutique offers a stylish stay in residential Chamberí neighborhood. Rooms feature minimalist design, LCD TVs, iPod docks, and spacious bathrooms with rain showers and heated towel racks. The hotel is light on features, as there is only a solid restaurant, a meeting room, and breakfast buffet every morning. But the metro is right outside the front door, and there are tons of restaurants, bars and shops within a few blocks. Freebies such as Wi-Fi and non-alcoholic minibar items don’t hurt either.
Jardin de Recoletos

Jardin de Recoletos Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Jardín de Recoletos is an upscale boutique located in affluent Salamanca neighborhood, near high-end shopping, great dining, and many major attractions. Its 43 studio-style rooms feature attractive contemporary decor, fully equipped kitchenettes, living areas with a sofa bed for a third guest, and great amenities such as LCD TVs, pillow menus, and free Wi-Fi. There’s an outstanding Mediterranean with a lovely garden, on-site parking, and a small business center -- but the hotel is light on features for the price. For very similar rooms at a fraction of the price, check out sister property El Madroño, located a little farther out in the Salamanca neighborhood.
Hotel Atlantico

Hotel Atlantico Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 82-room, upscale hotel has a charming boutique feel. Despite its excellent location on the bustling Gran Via in the heart of Madrid, the hotel feels serene. The ornate, whimsically-carved facade is matched by the care taken with the interior: immaculately clean, and decorated with tapestries, sculptures and artwork that evoke European history. The Hotel Atlantico's top-notch service and sunny, sophisticated rooftop bar with panoramic views of the city are highlights.
Hotel Orfila

Hotel Orfila Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A 19th-century mansion was renovated in 1999 to create the 32-room Hotel Orfila. This historic, traditional hotel has a beautiful marble lobby and restaurant, and rooms are filled with genuine antique furniture. Each room has unique decor, but share a similar style of soft colors, floral patterns, and dark wood accents (though in certain rooms the effect is frumpy rather than charming). Beyond space and an old-world ambiance, guests can expect solid service at this boutique property. There is also a lovely outdoor patio surrounded by greenery. Charm and location keep guests returning -- the hotel is on an attractive tree-lined street a short walk from numerous restaurants and shops.


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