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Sheraton Madrid Mirasierra Hotel & Spa

Sheraton Madrid Mirasierra Hotel & Spa Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This 182-room, all-suite hotel caters to business travelers and families who don't want to stay in the city center. The Mirasierra is convenient to Madrid's business district and convention center, and has several large, flexible meeting rooms that can host large groups or special events. Though the neighborhood lacks dining options, the sunny lobby atrium, poolside cafes, lobby bar and Japanese/Spanish fine dining restaurant offer great alternatives.
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.
InterContinental Madrid

InterContinental Madrid Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 302-room, luxurious Intercontinental Madrid was designed to mimic an 18th century palace, with enormous chandeliers, gold leaf accents, fireplaces, marble floors and inlaid wood furniture. The Intercontinental suits top executives in town on business and guests who appreciate quality and attention to detail. Visitors can enjoy fine cigars, tapas and designer cocktails in the stylish Bar 49, or a gourmet dinner or piano-accompanied Sunday brunch in the elegant El Jardin restaurant. The fitness center is top-notch, and the small spa has two treatment rooms and a sauna. The hotel is within walking distance of Calle de Serrano, home to Madrid’s most exclusive designer boutiques, but it's a long walk or 10-minute subway ride to the city center.
Hotel Ritz Madrid

Hotel Ritz Madrid Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 104-year old, 167-room Hotel Ritz Madrid is one of the city's iconic luxury properties. Originally designed to look like a palace, the hotel's high-end interiors and top-notch service have made it a popular destination for celebrities and notable names. Ideally located adjacent to Retiro Park and overlooking the Museo Prado, and within walking distance to many of the city's attractions, the Ritz suits business travelers and well-heeled tourists. But the experience definitely comes at cost.
Hotel Wellington

Hotel Wellington Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Hotel Wellington is a classically beautiful, historic hotel in Salamanca, just a short walk from the famous Retiro Park. The grand lobby has a stately vibe, with crystal chandeliers, velvet furniture, and high ceilings, and the look continues throughout the hotel -- though it's a bit simpler in the 255 rooms. Rooms have small flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi, but standard rooms are a bit small and some feature two beds pushed together -- which is common in Madrid, but not what one would expect at a luxury hotel. Like a luxury hotel, however, Hotel Wellington features a long list of amenities: a 24-hour business center, well-equipped fitness center, spa with numerous features, seasonal outdoor pool, and seven dining options, one of which is a Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant. Plus, the hotel's rich history is impressive; after all, it has hosted the likes of Gene Kelly and Ernest Hemingway.
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.
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.
Nuevo Madrid

Nuevo Madrid Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 225-room Nuevo Madrid is a luxury business hotel that still manages to be sexy. Sure, it attracts largely business travelers with its proximity to the airport and large meeting space, but leisure travelers (more so couples than families) may enjoy the hotel's sleek look and many amenities. The all-white lobby features high ceilings, cool bamboo accents, and funky lighting that lends it an open, airy feel; the look extends to the nearby restaurant and bar. The property features are impressive, and include a modern fitness center and a four-person Jacuzzi, located on a quaint patio off of the gym. The tradeoff for many is the location; it is conveniently close to the airport, but the surrounding neighborhood is boring and far from major tourist attractions.
Axor Barajas Hotel

Axor Barajas Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The airy 217-room Axor Barajas is a five-minute drive to the airport and has several features geared toward business travelers — meeting rooms, a business center, and a bright laptop touchdown area — plus a few for the family, including a Nintendo Wii gaming area and bunk beds in some of the rooms. Built in 2009, the upscale hotel has an on-site restaurant and bar, a breakfast room serving meals for a fee, a spacious fitness center, and a spa. In the summer months, leisure travelers may want to consider the nearby Hotel Nuevo Boston, which has an outdoor pool.
Ayre Gran Hotel Colon

Ayre Gran Hotel Colon Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 361-room, mid-range Spanish chain hotel sits just outside the city center, surrounded by residential high-rises near the city's commercial and business districts. Though it's a 15-minute walk from popular Retiro Park, the Ayre Gran Hotel Colon is still about a 30-minute walk from other city attractions, but the Sainz de Barranda metro is close by. The hotel's location and plenty of business-minded amenities (like free Wi-Fi, ample lobby seating, tech-friendly meeting rooms) make it a smart choice for business travelers.

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