Casa de Madrid
Style Well-travelled and aristocratic
Setting Heart of the historical centre
Casa de Madrid is an elegant, original boutique hotel housed in an 18th-century building in the centre of the city. It showcases the well-travelled taste of its owner, interior designer Marta Medina. Its seven rooms are individually decorated with exquisite pieces: busts, murals, frescos and fine fabrics; the service is personal and spoiling.
Need to know
- Rooms Seven, including one suite.
Double rooms from $163.40 (€127), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional room tax of €10.00 per person on check-out.
The price shown represents the lowest nightly rate for a double room available at this hotel over the next 21 days. Any price conversions from the hotel's local currency (€127) have been conducted using today's exchange rates from xe.com.
- More details Rates include Continental breakfast.
- Facilities DVD/CD, free wireless Internet, library.
- Check-out Midday. Make sure you let the hotel know what time you plan to arrive, as reception isn't staffed 24 hours a day.
- Children A cot is available at no charge; extra bed, €100 per night. Babysitting, €10 an hour.
- Also Pets are welcome.
Food and drink at Casa de Madrid
- Hotel restaurant No restaurant, but lunch or dinner can be served in the lounge or in your room on request: breakfast is served in the living room or in your bedroom.
- Dress code Relaxed elegance.
- Last orders Breakfast is served whenever you like. You can help yourself to drinks any time.
- Room service Staff will try to serve you with whatever you ask for, whenever you ask for it.
- Hotel bar The Romano Lounge is home to an honesty bar, and music can be played.
Casa de Madrid 2 Arrieta, Madrid, 28013
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Complimentary bottle of cava, and late check-out upon availability
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Our favourite rooms
All the rooms are individually styled by owner Doña Marta Medina, an interior designer by profession who is inspired by her travels: the Damasco Suite, the Spanish Room, the Kenia Room, the Indian Room, the Greek Room, the Blue Room. Ask for a balcony in summer, a bathtub in winter. Staying in the Damasco Suite is like being in your own three-room apartment.
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From the Guestbook…
Great hotel! The Mercado de San Miguel nearby is fantastic - it is a foodie's paradise and a great place for tapas before dinner!more