At a Glance
- grand hotel with tons of history
- weekend brunch with opera performances
- standard rooms face a backstreet
- pricey in-room Internet
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Westin Palace Review
Built in 1912, Madrid's most famous grand hotel is a Belle Époque creation of Alfonso XIII and has hosted the likes of Salvador Dalí, Marlon Brando, Rita Hayworth, and Madonna. Guest rooms are high-tech and generally impeccable, banquet halls and lobbies have been beautified, and the facade has been restored. The Art Nouveau stained-glass dome over the lounge remains exquisitely original, and guest-room windows are double-glazed against street noise. The hotel also houses the well-known Asia Gallery restaurant and soon will feature a sushi bar.
- Address: Pl. de las Cortés 7, Barrio de las Letras, Madrid, 28014 | Map It
- Phone: 91/360–8000
- Website: www.palacemadrid.com
- Subway: Banco de España, Sevilla
- Location: Chamberí, Retiro, and Salamanca
- 467 rooms, 45 suites
- Rate includes no meals.
- Credit cards accepted.