Salamanca Hotels
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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.
Gran Melia Fenix

Gran Melia Fenix Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The historic Gran Melia Fenix has attracted personalities such as The Beatles, Bill Clinton, Queen Noor of Jordan, and Cary Grant since the 1950s. It's one of the top hotels in Madrid, featuring a grand lobby with an impressive stained-glass dome and chandeliers; tasteful, classic decor throughout; a fine dining restaurant; and upscale services such as butlers for every room category. An executive level offers wonderful extras such as a private rooftop terrace and daily hors d’oeuvres. Elegant rooms have upholstered walls, Bang & Olufsen flat-screen TVs, well-stocked minibars, and pillow menus. But bathrooms can feel a tad underwhelming for a property in this price range, with mostly shower/tub combos in lower-level rooms. There’s a classy cocktail bar popular with businessmen, but the hotel lacks a spa and a fitness center.
NH Alcala

NH Alcala Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 157-room NH Alcala has a wonderful location in upscale Salamanca neighborhood. It’s half a block from beautiful Retiro Park and the Metro, and is near attractions, dining, and great shopping. It has small, sparsely decorated rooms that are starting to show their age, but most come equipped with espresso machines, flat-screen TVs, stocked minibars, and heated towel racks. There’s no fitness center, the restaurant is nothing special, and there’s a pesky fee for in-room Wi-Fi (though the hotel offers 30 minutes of free Internet per stay), so it’s probably worth comparing prices with other hotels in the area before booking.
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.
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.
Zenit Abeba

Zenit Abeba Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 89-room Zenit Abeba is a modern, comfortable hotel in the fashionable Salamanca district. Rooms feature fresh decor including plush headboards, flat-screen TVs, and modern bathrooms. Additional hotel perks include free Wi-Fi, a big, cozy lobby with plenty of lounge space, a bar, casual restaurant, and a bright fitness center. While the color scheme might be on the dark side (and not to everyone's taste), this mid-range, up-to-date hotel offers great value. The stylish Zenit Abeba is within walking distance of several restaurants and shops, but most attractions require a drive or subway ride. Those looking to stay in the center of the action may consider Sol, where there are several mid-range options such as the Petit Palace Mayor Plaza.
Hotel Melia Galgos

Hotel Melia Galgos Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 309-room Hotel Melia Galgos is located in fashionable Salamanca district. Rooms are big by Madrid standards and are updated with large flat-screen TVs and marble bathrooms. Some rooms are bright with large windows while others overlook an interior courtyard and are on the dark side. Amenities are the real highlight here: The hotel offers 24-hour room service, a free cocktail hour, a fitness center, a whirlpool, and a roof deck for tanning during the summer months. There is also a piano bar and reasonably priced restaurant. While there is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi, this hotel is a good pick for amenities and a quiet location.
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.
NH Sanvy

NH Sanvy Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 146-room NH Sanvy is an average mid-range hotel off of an upscale shopping street in the Salamanca neighborhood. Rooms are bland, with plaid comforters, wood floors, and a burgundy-and-tan color scheme. The two-level lobby has wood paneling, marble floors, and lots of seating upstairs. The number of amenities offered is impressive for a mid-range hotel in the city: There is a seasonal outdoor pool, a small gym, a sunny terrace, and a stylish sushi bar. The hotel often offers affordable rates, but some guests feel nickel-and-dimed by the fee for Wi-Fi, and competitor Petit Palace Art Gallery has more style (though no pool).
Gran Hotel Velazquez

Gran Hotel Velazquez Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 143-room Gran Hotel Velazquez is located in the upscale Salamanca district near restaurants and shops. The luxurious past of the hotel is seen in the grand marble entrance and the French country decor, but overall the property is lacking certain updates and amenities. While rooms are spacious and comfortable, they have tube TVs or tiny flat-screens, and there is a fee for Wi-Fi. The hotel doesn't have a fitness center or a spa, but there is a salon. The on-site restaurant is tasty and prices are reasonable, making this hotel a solid pick for those looking to stay in the fashionable Salamanca district.

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  • Salamanca
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  • Air Conditioner
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  • Basic Television
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