• Hesperia Madrid doesn't show up on the "Leading Hotels of the World" list for nothing, as you'll see if you splash out on this Catalan-owned gem with its ultrasmart fittings, sophisticated amenities, and pared-down Far Eastern decor. Add to this the Michelin-rated Santceloni dining room and you have as fine a combination of catering facilities as you'll find in Madrid.
  • A recognized "in" place with top people, from movie stars to high-ranking politicians, the Hotel Villa Magna enjoys a prestigious reputation almost unique in the city. Behind its elegant garden setting is a classically styled hotel boasting the highest standards of service and facilities.
  • In spite of an increasing number of worthy rivals, the grandiose Belle Epoque Hotel Ritz Madrid remains a world apart, a legend in its own lifetime. The granddaddy of all luxury hotels in the city — now over 100 years old — it has seen monarchs and dictators come and go, and democracy suffer its ups and downs. Backed by gardens in the loveliest part of the Paseo del Prado, its incomparable setting and decor are matched by the inimitable service and attention.
  • With more than a touch of luxury and the best views ever of the city and its surroundings, the huge emblematic Eurostars Madrid Tower is one of Madrid's newer hotels. Immaculately planned and designed by two of Spain's top architects, it offers an almost unparalleled quality of service and room comforts.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.