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Why Stay At Hesperia Madrid
Part of posh Paseo de la Castellana and in line with top shopping and food choices, the 171-room hotel trumps with slick interiors and a Michelin-starred restaurant.
Hesperia Madrid is a hidden gem and a contemporary standout among the city's historic grande dame hotels located close to Salamanca's boulevards and boutiques. Designed by Pascua Ortega, native to Spain and known for his sleek style, the nine-floor property is flooded with natural light. The rooms, in a cream and brown hues offset by leopard-print chairs and primary color headboards, come with Nespresso coffee makers, iPod docking stations, complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms are clad in marble and feature separate showers and tubs plus high-end Bulgari amenities. Ortega's creative force is also noticeable at the elegant and intimate resident two-Michelin-starred Santceloni restaurant. Surrounded by strikingly minimalist modern décor dine on pan-Mediterranean dishes such as roasted lamb shoulder with potato purée. Work off the excess while getting some air in the hotel's al fresco rooftop gym.
Don't want to leave quite yet? If you feel like exploring more of the Iberian Peninsula, board the high-speed train that gets you from Madrid to Barcelona in three hours and to Seville in just over two.
More of the city's attractions are within easy reach: The next subway stop (Gregorio Maranon) is only 5 minutes away.
Arrive at Madrid Barajas Airport (MAD) which is approximately 7.5 miles (about 15-25 minutes depending on traffic) from the hotel.Paseo de la Castellana, 57, Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 24-Hour Business Center
- Spa Services
- Rooftop Gym
- Beauty Services
- Kids' Activities
- Gift Boutique
- Concierge Services
- Working Areas
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Air Conditioning
- Pillow Menues
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Hair Dryers
- Bathrobes +Slippers
- In-Room Safes
- Lobby Restaurant
- Michelin-star rated Restaurant
- Bar + Lounge
- In-Room Dining
- 2 person max occupancy in the Premium U.nique and Junior Suite room categories
- Max occupancy in the Family Suite is 2 adults + 2 children
- Antiox breakfast buffet at La Manzana Restaurant
- Bottle of cava, fresh flowers and welcome note
- Complete printed city art guide
- Discounted price for tickets to the city's "Triangle of Art": The Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen Bornemisza museums
- Ironing service for two garments
- Secretarial service
- Use of iPad (if available)
- Soft drinks from the minibar
- Early check-in and late check out if available
- VIP Service
In addition to the above, the Premium U.nique room offers the following amentiies:
Why We Love Madrid
Lose yourself in Spain's exhilarating capital with its smorgasbord of entertainment offerings, excellent tapas bars and, of course, football under legendary blue skies.
Calle Doctor Castelo, 2.
Where to Drink: Opt to follow dinner with a nightcap at the on-site impressive Piano and Whiskey Bar serving 70 types of spirits. The classy understated space draws connoisseurs from all around Madrid. Drinks for two €20.
Where to Shop: If possible, work a weekend into your stay and don't miss the lively El Rastro Flea Market. Just South of La Latina metro station, it is the largest in Europe. Arrive early to sort through curious at more (ranging from 19th-century antiques to vintage stamps) at more than 3,000 unique stalls.
Sundays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Plaza de Cascorro.
Best Museum: Make sure to visit Madrid's most famous museum, the Prado, which hosts not only a regular collection of well-known Spanish art but also a variety of exhibitions such as works by 17th-century sculptor and painter Bernini this fall.
Calle Ruiz de Alarcón, 23.
Why Go Now
La Noche en Blanco
One night of free concerts, circus shows, theatrical performances, street art, film screenings, special activities and fine art exhibitions.
Various venues throughout the city.
September - November 2014
Madrid Autumn Festival
Popular series of cultural events including theatre and dance performances, photography and painting exhibitions, live music and films.
November 6, 2014
With a different theme each year, the festival includes musical performances, films and other jazz related activities.