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Melia Madrid Princesa 5.0

Arguelles, Madrid, Community of Madrid

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This hotel has undergone significant renovations since our visit.
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  • Good location: close to shops and several sites, but not in a frenetic, touristy area
  • Beautiful, modern rooms with flat-screen TVs
  • Spacious marble bathrooms with his-and-hers vanities
  • Mediterranean cuisine, burgers, tapas, and cocktails at sleek UNO
  • Small fitness center
  • 24-hour room service


  • Frosted bathroom doors aren't particularly family-friendly (main bathroom door is opaque, so can be closed for additional privacy)
  • Fee for Wi-Fi
  • In-room lighting system is a bit confusing

Bottom Line

From the outside, the Melia Madrid looks like your average business hotel. Step inside, however, and you will be surrounded by distinctive details that give the interior spaces a modern, arty vibe, such as the funky light fixtures, sleek leather couches, and elegant antiques in the airy lobby. In addition to its unique decor, the Melia offers amenities that are a rarity at Madrid hotels, including a small fitness center. The real highlight, though, are the spacious rooms with flat-screen TVs, plush beds, red accents, and gorgeous marble bathrooms. The hotel attracts both business and leisure travelers, as it has a business center, event spaces, and a good location near various attractions.

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On a main shopping street in the Arguelles district

Melia Madrid Princesa is located in the small Arguelles district, just a short walk from Comillas Pontifical University and numerous bus and metro stops. The hotel gets its name from the street it sits on: Calle Princesa, which is a shopper's paradise. This street is lined with numerous boutiques, as well as some restaurants.

Though mainly a residential neighborhood, Arguelles is known for its great shopping. Several tourist attractions, such as Templo de Debod and West Park, are also located nearby. It is a particularly popular district during the summertime when the cafes offer outdoor seating along the park.

The capital of Spain is a vibrant, multicultural city located right in the center of the country. The Cuatro Torres business area's additions to the city skyline (four sleek towers, including a hotel and corporate offices) give an idea of what Madrid is rapidly becoming: a sophisticated, cosmopolitan city -- albeit one that preserves its century-old traditions.

  • 21-minute drive from the Madrid-Barajas International Airport
  • On Calle Princesa, a major shopping street
  • 5-minute walk to the Templo de Debod, an ancient Egyptian temple (donated to Madrid) with scenic views of the city
  • 5-minute walk to the Cerralbo Museum, an art museum housed in a historic mansion
  • 6-minute walk to Comillas Pontifical University
  • 13-minute walk to West Park, lined by restaurants
  • 14-minute walk to Arco de La Victoria monument
  • 3-minute drive or 10-minute ride via public transportation to the Museo de America
  • 7-minute drive or 18-minute ride via public transportation to the National Archaeological Museum
  • 8-minute drive or 25-minute ride via public transportation to the Prado Museum

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Calle Princesa 27, Madrid, Community of Madrid 28008, Spain


3 (491) 541-8200

Room Types

  • Family Room
  • Grand Premium Room
  • Melia Guest Room
  • Premium Room
  • Presidential Suite
  • Princesa Suite

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