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H10 Villa de la Reina

H10 Villa de la Reina Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upper-mid-range property is a solid pick for business and leisure travelers alike. It features attractive, contemporary rooms with flat-screen TVs, minibars, and clean, modern bathrooms with shower/tub combos. Decor is a little generic, but touches such as black and white photos of Madrid add some character. A few rooms have balconies or terraces overlooking historic Gran Via, one of the most iconic avenues in town, but most are small, and some face a courtyard and don’t get much natural light. There’s a restaurant serving a solid breakfast buffet, as well as free Wi-Fi and a business center, but the hotel lacks a gym, and there are no in-room coffeemakers. However, the price is fair for location, right in the heart of Madrid.
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.
Catalonia Plaza Mayor

Catalonia Plaza Mayor Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The spacious rooms at the Catalonia Plaza Mayor have a fresh, uncluttered feel, with minimalist furnishings, few adornments, and flat-screen TVs mounted on the walls. Bathrooms are outstanding -- highlights include the huge rain showers and streamlined modern fixtures. The public areas of the hotel are just as sleekly designed: The lobby, cafe, and fitness area (though it's small and a little dark) all have a hip vibe. If you're exploring Madrid on foot for the first time, this hotel -- located in happening Huertas -- is a great place to stay.
Hotel Vincci Via 66

Hotel Vincci Via 66 Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Theatric elements spill over from the theater next door into the 116-room hotel decorated with vintage stage photos throughout, in-room red velvet curtains, and a dramatic marble, spiral staircase. The upscale property has a great location in the city center of Madrid near a variety of restaurants, cinemas and shops and is within walking distance to popular destinations including Plaza de España, Plaza Mayor and the Royal Palace. The hotel's nearby sister property, the Vincci Capitol Hotel, has similar rates and is also worth considering.
Emperador Hotel Madrid

Emperador Hotel Madrid Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 232-room, mid-range Emperador Hotel Madrid sits at the intersection of two of Madrid's busiest streets, the Gran Via and Via San Bernardo, with plenty of food, shopping, theater, music, cultural activities and tourist destinations within easy walking distance. While the drapery-heavy “19th century Spanish” décor may feel outdated, the rooftop pool oasis with sunbeds, bar service and sweeping city views is the only one of its kind in the area.
Vincci Capitol Hotel

Vincci Capitol Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale, 143-room Art Deco hotel is in one of Madrid's most recognizable buildings, built in 1933, shaped like the bow of a ship, topped with the iconic Schweppes sign that dominates the city skyline. Decor in rooms and common spaces maintains the Art Deco aesthetic, though some guests report the occasional maintenance issue in the rooms. The location is ideal for sightseeing and experiencing the city's vibrant nightlife. The Vincci Capitol shares the building with a bona fide movie palace, and works hard to give guests the movie star experience.
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.
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.
Be Live City Center Madrid Santo Domingo

Be Live City Center Madrid Santo Domingo Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This Mercure brand hotel bills itself as a four-star, but it's probably closer to three pearls. The rooms do feature modern decor and offer all the basics, plus a few extras (such quirky themes and 50-channel TVs). However, many of the rooms are on the small side and some guests found cleanliness and neatness to be lacking. The property offers a convenient location for exploring, as it is situated just south of the bustling Gran Via, within walking distance of the Plaza Mayor. For those guests who choose to relax at the hotel, the rooftop pool is a highlight, but it is only open seasonally.


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