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NH La Habana

NH La Habana Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The NH La Habana is located near the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and the business district. Everything about this hotel seems to be geared towards the business traveler: clean, comfortable rooms with safes big enough for a laptop, work desks, flat-screen TVs, and stocked minibars. Some rooms have nice balconies and huge bathrooms, while all have hardwood floors and contemporary decor. La Habana Restaurant serves solid Mediterranean fare until late, and there is also a cocktail bar on-site. Leisure travelers might want to look elsewhere, unless they're planning to attend a Real Madrid soccer match.
NH Principe de Vergara

NH Principe de Vergara Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 173-room NH Principe de Vergara is a great option on the outskirts of the swanky Salamanca neighborhood. Sure, most sights are a subway ride or drive away, but shops and restaurants are within walking distance, and the hotel has an impressive range of features for its price category -- including a small gym, a restaurant with an extensive breakfast buffet, and massage services. The rooms have a stylish green and white color scheme, patterned accent walls, modern furniture, flat-screen TVs, and sleek bathrooms. There's a fee for in-room Wi-Fi, but guests can get 30 minutes free each day in the lobby, and the hotel offers solid value overall.
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.
Hotel Celuisma Florida Norte

Hotel Celuisma Florida Norte Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The best feature about the 399-room Hotel Celuisma Florida Norte, built in 1973, is its location across from the Príncipe Pío shopping center and Metro Station, which makes much of Madrid easily accessible by train, subway or bus. The hotel falls short of its advertised four-star status, and needs to update some of its decor and services. Some of the rooms still have tube TVs, and the Wi-Fi often only works in the lobby. For a more modern hotel at a similar price point, guests may want to check out the Ayre Gran Hotel Colon.
Catalonia Goya

Catalonia Goya Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Catalonia Goya Hotel is a surprisingly stylish value option in the Salamanca neighborhood. Rooms are modern and spacious (especially for the affordable price) with flat-screen TVs, nice lighting, wood floors, and dark wood furniture. Bathrooms are much larger and more contemporary than guests might expect for this price point. Upgrading to a suite gets not only extra living space, but also an even bigger bathroom with a rainforest showerhead. This hotel also has a comfortable lobby bar and Centro restaurant -- home to a morning breakfast buffet -- provides affordable meals. With free Wi-Fi and a fashionable location, this hotel is a good, affordable pick.
Petit Palace Tres Cruces

Petit Palace Tres Cruces Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Petit Palace Tres Cruces is centrally located in Sol, a short walk from restaurants, shops, and attractions. Updated, clean rooms have flat-screen TVs, stocked minibars, and free Wi-Fi; some have Juliette balconies. Family rooms with bunk beds are a good deal for people traveling with kids or in groups. Bathrooms are small but modern and offer hydro-massage showers, though some guests complain about a lack of privacy from frosted glass bathroom doors. This 59-room hotel has a nice breakfast room, but no free bicycle rentals like at other Petit Palace hotels.
Room Mate Oscar

Room Mate Oscar Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Room Mate chain uses funky, bright design throughout their hotels, and the 75-room Oscar is no different. Rooms are quirky with curving furniture, tons of space, flat-screen TVs, and modern bathrooms. Bright colors and a focus on unique touches makes for a nice break from generic chains, but adventurous design shouldn't be confused with luxury: Beneath the playful furniture, this hotel is still very much a value property. However, hotel amenities include a year-round rooftop pool and a rooftop bar/lounge with incredible views of Madrid. Suites offer extra features such as big balconies, even larger bathrooms, and soaking tubs. There are also a few nice perks including free Wi-Fi and free apples in the lobby, but the TV only has Spanish-language channels and the property isn't very family-friendly.
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.


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