Seasonal rooftop terrace with gorgeous views and bar service
Some rooms face the Royal Palace
Free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs
Vintage car museum on-site
Babysitting available for a fee
Breakfast buffet available for a fee with weekend churros
Rooms facing street get some traffic noise
Deposit required to use kitchenette items
No on-site restaurant
Vivid colors and artistic touches enhance the modern look of the ApartoSuites Jardines de Sabatini, a highly rated property by visitors. All suites and studios in the upper-middle-range 32-room hotel have kitchenettes. Guests say the views in the rooms facing the royal garden are worth the higher price, and a rooftop terrace also offers gorgeous sights during the warmer months. Those who like ApartoSuites' funky vibe but don't need a kitchen may want to compare it to Hotel One Shot 23, which has smaller rooms but quirky modern decor, a more central location, and lower prices.
Artsy boutique hotel with bold details and beautiful views
The Apartosuites Jardines de Sabatini makes a bold impression before guests even step through the door. From the sidewalk passersby can glimpse the nature-inspired decor, with white deco tree-shaped columns and green AstroTurf. Flowery artwork, circular rugs, and brightly-hued chairs add color to the lobby. Inspired details can be seen throughout the hotel, including three-dimensional artwork in the hallways and a huge Boa Mistura painting covering the side of a building. In the spring and summer, guests can order drinks and tapas on the rooftop terrace while enjoying the view of the Royal Palace.
Near the center of Madrid and across from Sabatini Gardens
ApartoSuites is located across from the Royal Palace’s famously beautiful Sabatini Gardens, with the palace itself open to the public. The Plaza de España—a popular landmark—is a five-minute walk from the hotel. Príncipe Pío Station is nearby as well, offering access to trains, buses and the Metro for other Madrid destinations. The immediate vicinity contains cultural institutions like the Museo Cerralbo and the Teatro Lope de Vega as well as shopping options on Calle de la Princesa.
Spacious modern rooms with kitchenettes and dining tables
The rooms are big and modern with bright touches of color. The hotel has both smaller studios and larger suites with full sized couches. Both room types come with a view of the royal gardens for a higher price, and guests say the pretty sights are worth the extra money. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, microwaves, wall-mounted flat-screen TVs (the suites have two), small dining tables, and kitchenettes. A deposit is required to use the kitchen items. The rooms facing the road get a little traffic noise, but rooms overlooking the large courtyard are very quiet.
Rooftop terrace, car museum, and breakfast buffet for a fee
The spacious rooftop terrace is open during the spring and summer, with guests able to enjoy bar service and tapas while taking in the Royal Palace. A breakfast buffet is available for a fee, and the weekend spread includes churros and a Spanish omelet. The hotel also has a business center and meeting rooms for company travelers. There’s a car museum on-site as well with interesting vintage vehicles. Extra services are offered for an additional charge, including an airport shuttle and babysitting.
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