Art and culture have always found a home in Madrid. Some of the most charming hotels are located in pockets of the city that are full of life and movement, making the visitors´ experience more authentic. Madrid Cool & Cultural can offer a variety of recommendations for distinct, but beautiful experiences.
NH Palacio de Tepa is strategically situated in ¨Barrio de la Letras¨ (Neighborhood of lyrics and literature) and is surrounded by history and romanticism. The rooms are simple and elegant, complemented by small, romantic details. The majority of the rooms are complete with views marvelous views: Spanish rooftops, bell towers and colorful streets.
Catalonia la Cortes is another small palace that was restored from the 18th Century. This neighborhood is full of history of nobles and bohemians. A classic hotel with classically tasteful furnishings and decors, some rooms even include colorful frescoes that have been preserved from the original building.
Only You The Gran Via was created in the late 19th century. Many of the buildings in the center of the city had to be demolished for the completion of this project. This street represents modernity and has become known as an important shopping area. As well, Gran Via is filled with grand hotels and theatres – a thoroughly exciting atmosphere! . This new, modern, and stylish hotel has one of my favorite bars!
Hotel Atlantico is also located on Gran Via and is another of the grand surprises that emerged with the recent reconstruction of the center. The hotel´s design varies, its façade and interior hold a classical style and atmosphere, while the guestrooms are more contemporary, fitted with convenient amenities and comfortable and bright furnishings. As well, the staff is fantastic!
Hotel Radisson Blue — When the Bourbon Kings (Carlos III) arrived in Madrid during the period of the illustration, they wanted to make Madrid one of the grand standing capitals of Europe and so they designed the Paseo del Prado. This stylish hotel, in a neoclassical building, is the embodiment of culture and sophistication from Madrid´s artistic ´Golden Triangle´. Two of Spain´s top designers styled this hotel, creating a sleek atmosphere where you can enjoy a remarkable whisky bar on the patio, whilst taking in the skyline views of the city.