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The 7 Best Bed and Breakfasts in Madrid

After exploring Madrid, relax at one of its bed and breakfasts
After exploring Madrid, relax at one of its bed and breakfasts | © David Díez Barrio / Getty Images
Spend a night at a 19th-century palace, or book a stay at a hip hotel in an up-and-coming part of town. Discover why the best B&Bs in Madrid are more than just a place to rest your head.

Petit Palace Lealtad Plaza

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The Petit Palace Lealtad Plaza is close to many top attractions, including the Prado Museum | Courtesy of Petit Palace Lealtad Plaza / Hotels.com
Set on a leafy street, only a few metres away from Paseo del Prado, Petit Palace Lealtad Plaza caters to all types of guests. With 71 rooms, choose between doubles, triples, quadruples and even two-bedroom apartments. Inside, the stylishly decorated rooms feature chic furniture and an array of colourful accents. The hotel is ideally located for those who want to wander through El Retiro, Madrid’s largest park, or art lovers who want to visit Madrid’s Prado Museum.
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Only YOU Boutique Hotel

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Only YOU Boutique Hotel is in Chueca, Madrid’s LGBTQ district
Only YOU Boutique Hotel is in Chueca, Madrid’s LGBTQ district | Courtesy of Only YOU Boutique Hotel / Hotels.com
If you want to stay in one of Madrid’s liveliest neighbourhoods, Only YOU Boutique Hotel is the perfect spot. Adjacent to Chueca, the city’s LGBTQ district and only a few blocks from Gran Vía, the hotel’s location puts you in the thick of the action. Set in a historic 19th-century mansion fully restored to its former glory, this boutique hotel offers comfortable and stylish rooms to its guests. Each bedroom is uniquely decorated, with design elements such as leather walls and antique wooden beams. After a long day of sightseeing, relax and unwind with the wellness programmes available in its Thai spa room.
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Abalú Boutique and Design Hotel

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You’ll find distinctive modern decor throughout Abalú Boutique and Design Hotel
You’ll find distinctive modern decor throughout Abalú Boutique and Design Hotel | Courtesy of Abalú Boutique and Design Hotel / Hotels.com
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Nestled in Madrid’s hippest area, Malasaña, Abalú Boutique and Design Hotel is achingly cool, sitting on one of the city’s most dynamic and beloved streets, Calle del Pez. Home to an array of indie theatres and fashionable restaurants, Malasaña is bustling with activity and underground charm, and this hotel’s modern decor and distinctively designed bedrooms fit in perfectly with the neighbourhood. Start the day right with breakfast in its Beauty Bar, an aptly named design café that wouldn’t look out of place in a Wes Anderson film.
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Relais and Châteaux Hotel Orfila

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Have breakfast in a tranquil garden setting at the Relais and Châteaux Hotel Orfila | Courtesy of Relais and Châteaux Hotel Orfila / Hotels.com
The Relais and Châteaux Hotel Orfila lies inside a 19th-century palace decorated with antique, turn-of-the-century furniture. Exuding sophistication and elegance, this historic boutique hotel also offers top-of-the-line 21st-century amenities. Its rooftop terrace is an oasis, away from the bustling city, and its restaurant is unmissable. Book a table at El Jardín de Orfila, and sample the food of world-renowned, two-Michelin-star chef Mario Sandoval.
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Hostal Central Palace Madrid

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The Hostal Central Place Madrid is steps away from the Palacio Real | Courtesy of Hostal Central Palace Madrid / Hotels.com
Travelling on a budget doesn’t mean you have to compromise on location or amenities. Not only is Hostal Central Palace affordable, it also caters to guests every whim and is a stone’s throw from the Palacio Real (Royal Palace) and Plaza de Oriente. While the classically designed bedrooms feature neutral tones and wooden floors throughout, breakfast is served at its quintessential-Madrileño Café de Oriente, located on the main floor of the hostal.
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Artrip

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Artrip, and its location, is perfect for art lovers | Courtesy of Artrip / Hotels.com
Located in the multicultural Lavapiés district, Artrip is decidedly urban. Housed in a traditional 1900s home, this space is now a modern and sleek guest house with 17 rooms. The decor is minimal and predominantly white, with exposed wooden beams and original windows. Artrip has a rotation of local artists’ work on show in the foyer and is only a 15-minute walk away from Madrid’s Golden Triangle of Art.
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Casual del Teatro Madrid

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Casual del Teatro Madrid is a theatre-themed hotel | Courtesy of Casual del Teatro Madrid / Hotels.com
In the early 17th century, the capital’s literary quarter, Las Letras, was home to Madrid’s first theatres. Therefore, it is entirely fitting that this theatre-inspired hotel lies in the heart of the district. True to its surroundings, each room represents a different aspect of theatre, including one that resembles a vintage dressing room and others inspired by musicals such as Les Misérables and Mamma Mia.
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