Madrid Hotels


Radisson Blu

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At a Glance


  • terrific location
  • wide array of services


  • some standard rooms are rather small
  • pricey breakfast

Radisson Blu Review

The Radisson chain may not be Scandinavian anymore, but this outpost across from the Prado Museum retains the austere lines of its lineage, counterbalanced by painstaking attention to detail. Black and gray tones have only the occasional orange and purple splash to evoke the zest of the Mediterranean, but there's bulletproof sound insulation in an otherwise noisy neighborhood, and rooms have eye-catching headboards printed with scenes of emblematic Madrid buildings, roomy beds, towel heaters, antifog mirrors in the bathrooms, free Nespresso machine coffee, and more. The hotel also has a fancy whiskey bar and a small pool and spa area to help you unwind on hot summer days.

    Hotel Details

  • 54 rooms, 6 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 07-10-2013

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