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“The Hotel Is Close to Fuenlabrada, Mostoles and Villavicios”“The hotel Express by Holiday Inn Madrid Alcorcon is ideally located to the South West of
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“Children Under 18 Stay Free When Sharing with Their Parents”“Catch your flight with ease from the Holiday Inn Express Madrid Airport hotel, close to t
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“Enjoy Our Stay Smart Spirit and Ambience”“Welcome to the Hotel Express by Holiday Inn Madrid Alcobendas, your best selection to sta
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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Madrid, Spain!

As Spain's capital and largest city populated by more than 3 million, Madrid boasts exciting nightlife, historic sites and monuments, and scores of world-acclaimed museums. The Prado, with more than 7,000 works, is among the most world's most important art repositories. Madrid is also the loftiest capital of Europe, sitting on a central plateau (meseta) 2,120 feet above sea level. With altitude and a central location, Madrid has warm, dry summers and cool winters. Among other popular attractions are the Royal Palace, and the Puerta de Alcalá arch. It's easy to get involved in Madrid's social lifestyle, with its crowded streets and busy 'tapa-tasting' cafes that stay open long into the night. For morning or afternoon coffee or evening sangria, people (and pigeons) gravitate to the Plaza Mayor in the heart of Madrid, which once stood outside the city wall. Architect Juan Gómez de Mora originated it during the reign of Philip III, and under the Hapsburgs it became more important for public spectacles from bullfights to the burning of heretics. Despite fire devastation 1631, 1672, and 1790, the plaza remained viable and eventually was redesigned by Juan de Villanueva. The Museo Taurino (Bullfighting Museum) provides an excellent prelude to attending an event near the ring. On display is the death suit of Manolete, worn by the matador when he was fatally gored at age 30. Photos and other memorabilia showcase the history of bullfighting in Spain.

We have organized our listings of Madrid's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Madrid area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Madrid North
Hotels located to the north of the city center, close to business centers, the Congress Hall, with many of the hotels located on or near the Paseo de la Castellana, also including hotels in the exclusive residential district of Salamanca.
·Madrid Airport
Hotels located near the Madrid Barajas Airport (MAD), which is 8 miles northeast of Madrid.
·Greater Madrid
Hotels with Madrid addresses outside the downtown area proper and in the metro region.
Hotels located close to the Atocha Rail Station, in the south end of the city.
·Surrounding Communities
Hotels in surrounding communities such as Segovia and Toledo.
·Downtown Madrid
Hotels located in the downtown historic area, near El Prado Museum, the Opera House, the Royal Palace, the Senate, the famous Puerta del Sol, and other points of interest.

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Area Facts: Madrid, for centuries a quiet farming community, became the capital of Spain only during the 16th century, and to this day remains the preferred center of national government and home of Spanish royalty. The international dialing code for Spain is 34.

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