We researched and found you the newest and latest hotels opened in Madrid, the capital of Spain.
What about staying in one of the new hotels in Madrid on your next trip to the Spanish capital?
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ibis budget Madrid Airport
Situated in the revitalizing area of the former Iveco-Pegaso factory, ibis budget Madrid Airport is conveniently connected to Madrid’s center. It features six floors plus a ground floor and basement, offering 156 rooms, including six adapted for people with functional diversity, and parking facilities. The hotel’s design focuses on comfort, intuitive use, and contemporary style, with eco-friendly features like complete insulation from outside noise and air traffic, a thermal transmission coefficient near zero, photovoltaic panels, and aerothermal installation. The design also encourages guests to reduce their carbon footprint, aligning with Accor’s decarbonization goals and the Science Based Target Initiative (SBTI) method.
Travelodge Madrid Coslada Aeropuerto
Travelodge, a leading budget hotel chain, refurbished and rebranded the 78-room NH Villa De Coslada hotel to become the Travelodge Madrid Coslada Aeropuerto, which features an on-site restaurant, bar and car-park.
The hotel is situated close to the Civitas Metropolitano Stadium, IFEMA Convention Center and Madrid airport – making it an ideal base for both business and leisure customers.
Avani Alonso Martínez
Avani Alonso Martínez Madrid, an upscale hotel situated near the city’s central square, is an architectural marvel dating back to 1919. It boasts a century-old façade with wrought-iron balconies, which, following a renovation, melds historic elegance with contemporary design. The interior of the hotel is a tribute to Madrid’s vibrant culture, featuring a striking yellow cat sculpture at the entrance, symbolizing a local emblem. The colorful lobby is adorned with signs displaying typical Madrileño expressions, immersing guests in the local culture, while the stairwell is decorated with hand-painted Manila shawls, reflecting the region’s traditional dress.
The hotel offers 101 rooms that blend modern technology with comfort, each reflecting Madrid’s essence. The décor includes houndstooth-patterned bedcovers, a nod to traditional Madrileño attire, headboards with cat designs, and vintage-style paintings of local festivities. Lampshades feature vintage maps of Madrid, further enriching the cultural experience for guests. Unique experiences offered by the hotel include Segway tours to explore the city’s murals and graffiti, picnics in Retiro Park, a glow-in-the-dark painting workshop named Wine Gogh, and private dinners in hidden galleries and studios, providing a taste of authentic Spanish cuisine in an artistic setting.
Hotel Montera Madrid
Situated on Calle de la Montera, the hotel stands out with its design that pays homage to Madrid’s culture and heritage, offering guests an authentic experience of the Spanish capital. Its excellent location provides easy access to major attractions like Plaza Mayor and the Golden Triangle of Art, including El Prado Museum, making it an ideal choice for travelers keen on exploring Madrid’s rich cultural scene.
The hotel’s interior, designed by Lázaro Rosa-Violán, blends contemporary and elegant styles within a neoclassical building dating back to 1924. The design is inspired by the ‘Montera,’ a traditional Spanish hat, which influences various aspects of the hotel’s aesthetic, from artwork to uniform trimmings. The 93 rooms and 8 suites of the Hotel Montera Madrid offer a blend of traditional Castilian and modern designs, emphasizing sustainability with features like controlled LED lighting and reusable water bottles. The hotel also boasts two world-class dining experiences: La Braserí restaurant, offering local cuisine with an international flair, and ‘El Cielo de Chicote,’ a rooftop cocktail bar with panoramic city views and an open-air pool, drawing inspiration from Madrid’s historic cocktail culture.
JW Marriott Madrid
The JW Marriott Hotel Madrid, located in the culturally rich Canalejas zone adjacent to Puerta del Sol, offers a new standard of luxury in the heart of Madrid. Features include guestroom terraces with city views, El Patio JW Garden for fresh dining ingredients, and picnic arrangements with local produce. The 139-room hotel, particularly its upper-floor suites with large terraces, provides an urban retreat emphasizing personal well-being.
Focused on wellness, the hotel offers a fully equipped Fitness Room, a Wellness Area, in-room yoga mats, video workouts, meditation practices via QR codes, and a bath menu with sensory pampering.
The dining concept, crafted with Michelin-star chef Mario Sandoval, reinvents Spanish flavors using ingredients from JW Garden and local sources. The restaurant ‘QU’ serves meals that engage all senses, reminiscent of the beauty of perfume containers. The cocktail menu features local ingredients and iconic aromas, offering guests a taste of Madrid’s spirit. More details about the hotel are in our hotel opening article.
Holiday Inn Express Madrid – Airport
Opening Date: March 2023
Address: Avenida de Aragón, 402, 28022, Madrid
The Holiday Inn Express Madrid – Airport hotel, located just 7 minutes from Madrid Barajas Adolfo Suarez International Airport, offers convenient access to both the A2 Barcelona and M21 motorways, making it an ideal base for various travel needs. Only 15 minutes away from Madrid city center and 10 minutes from the IFEMA Exhibition Centre, it’s perfect for both business and leisure travelers. The Metropolitano Stadium, a significant sports venue in Madrid, is also a short 8-minute drive away, with an alternative 20-minute bus ride to Madrid – Avenida de America available nearby. The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool and a terrace-bar for relaxation, along with a fitness center for those keen on maintaining their workout routine. Guests can enjoy a comfortable stay with amenities like the Express Start Breakfast included in the room rate, a pillow menu for a good night’s sleep, refreshing showers, and in-room tea and coffee-making facilities.