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Suite dreams in Madrid: 6 of the best

Madrid is well known for being home to several top museums such as the Prado, but did you know it is also home to some excellent hotel accommodation? If you want one of the best rooms in the city, then you’ve come to the right place. Here’s our pick of the top suites you’re likely to find, at some of Madrid’s finest luxury hotels. Royal Suite, Hotel Ritz Madrid With its grand bedroom featuring a beautifully crafted king size bed, the Royal Suite at the Hotel Ritz Madrid also comes with a spacious sitting room and two oversized bathrooms. Luxurious flourishes include crystal chandeliers, Fábrica de Tapices carpets, valuable paintings, original Florentine-style painted woodwork and precious antiques… just be careful not to knock over the fine Ming dynasty vase. Royal Suite, Hotel Ritz Madrid Real Suite, Villa Magna The Real Suite at the former Park Hyatt hotel Villa Magna has a sleek art deco interior. There’s a butler on call should you need one, state-of-the-art entertainment facilities, a Turkish bath, a Swiss hydrotherapy shower, and even your own fitness and wellness area, complete with steam room. It is the largest suite in Madrid covering 290 sq m of the top floor, and enjoying a 200 sq m private rooftop terrace with panoramic views. Real Suite, Villa Magna Presidential Suite, Hilton Madrid Airport Head for the Presidential Suite, Hilton Madrid Airport, if you appreciate style and sophistication. This 138 sq m suite is divided into three areas – reception bedroom and dining room seating up to 10 people. The green marble bathroom is sourced from India. Presidential Suite, Hilton Madrid Airport Presidential Suite, Hotel Adler Hotel Adler‘s Presidential Suite covers 96 sq m and includes a reception area, a majestic living room, a spacious bedroom with king size bed, and a marble-styled bathroom. Furnished to the highest luxury standards, it also boasts a stunning, original, hand-crafted carpet. Presidential Suite, Hotel Adler Presidential Suite, Hotel Silken Puerta América Designed by Jean Nouvel, these suites have a sliding panel system which allows guests to play at being architects, too, and gives them them the opportunity to re-structure the space in accordance with their own needs. Contemporary and avant-garde in design, this suite has enjoyed an illustrious guest list that includes Spanish superstar Rafael Nadal and supermodel Naomi Campbell. Presidential Suite, Hotel Silken Puerta America Deluxe Suite, AC Palacio del Retiro If it’s character and tradition that you cherish, then the Deluxe Suite at the AC Palacio del Retiro just may be the one for you. Located in the circular part of the building, it retains many of its original features, with beautiful cornicing and filigree work complemented by contemporary furnishings. You can choose from exceptional views of both Calle Montalbán and Retiro Park. Deluxe Suite, AC Palacio del Retiro For more on Madrid, see the inspirational Bloggin’ Madrid website.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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  1. Views from the hotel Silken’s Presidential suite is amazing !

    We knew Madrid had great accommodations but this one is going straight to our TOP 5.

    Thank you for sharing all these details and beautiful pictures.

  2. Beautiful. It is really tempting to spend a bit more and stay in these places. I have been to Madrid but that was many years ago. Next time, I do so, it is in one of these that I’ll stay.

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