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Hotels in Madrid

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Madrid Key Facts

Good to know before you book or fly

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Spanish.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Madrid is the euro.

£10 = 3 pints of beer in a local bar, or 3 tapas dishes.

Local Time

1 hour ahead

Frequently Asked Questions

A city break to Madrid is suitable at any time of the year since temperatures remain relatively high even through the winter months. However for those that want to enjoy the city in its best light then head to the city during the long Spanish summer. The hottest time of year runs from June to August, although it starts to warm up as early as April and stays that way right until at least September.

Hotels in Centro are ideal for families, as it’s where you’ll find Madrid’s main tourist attractions. From central Plaza Mayor, head to Gran Via to find international brand stores (ten minutes’ walk) or visit the impressive Royal Palace of Madrid (six minutes’ walk). Taste a piece of Madrid’s history at Sobrino de Botin (two minutes’ walk), which has been open since 1725.Alternatively, families should look at hotels in Paseo del Prado. Just nine minutes’ drive from Centro district, it’s home to huge green space Parque de El Retiro where families will find loads to do. Visit the Palacio de Cristal in the centre of the park or head outside to check out monuments from famous artists like Goya (17 minutes’ walk).Travellers on a budget should look at hotels in Lavapiés. Just over a kilometre from central Plaza Mayor, the diverse district houses interesting art (like at La Tabacalera de Lavapiés, five minutes’ walk from the district’s centre) and the El Rastro open-air flea market. Calle de Argumosa, adjacent to Lavapies’ central underground station, is home to countless bars and eateries. Chueca is an area known for its LGBT+ community and fantastic nightlife. Check out the drag shows at Black and White on Calle de la Libertad or dance the evening away at Delirium or Thundercat Club. Couples should also look at hotels in Malasana, Madrid’s chicest neighbourhood where you can take an Urban Safari tour to see the district’s street art.

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