Ritz Madrid

Plaza de la Lealtad 5, Madrid, Spain, 28014

Price from: £153

Ritz classic room

By Annie Bennett, your Madrid expert

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#1 of 40
expert-rated hotels in Madrid
Expert overall rating:4.9 out of 5
Location:
4.8
4.8
Bedrooms:
4.9
4.9
Eating/drinking:
4.9
4.9
Public areas:
5
5.0
Leisure facilities:
4.5
4.5
Service:
5
5.0
Value for money:
4.5
4.5
Recommended for:
Couples, Culture vultures, Foodies, Honeymooners, Mature travellers, Art, Celebrity spotting, Romance, Sightseeing, Special occasions

Best for Luxury - Expert review of Ritz Madrid

Sumptuous luxury, glitzy glamour and first-class service next to Prado museum.

Opened by King Alfonso XIII in 1910, the Ritz celebrated its centenary last year. It retains lots of the original features from that time and has been the backdrop for some of the key events of the last century. Renovation work ongoing at the moment will create new rooms, and also a new spa and gym. A stay here will always be memorable and it is a fabulous place to celebrate a special occasion.

Location: 

On the Paseo del Prado, next to the Prado museum and a short walk from the Retiro park.

Bedrooms: 

The 167 rooms and suites, all different, are set on six floors and are gradually being revamped. Some have balconies and all have double glazing, Irish linen sheets, deep handmade carpets and L’Occitane or Bulgari products in the bathrooms, which often have natural daylight. Room 101, which gives onto Plaza de la Lealtad, is a lovely junior suite with a silk canopy over the bed. Most rooms have huge wardrobes, antiques, oriental ceramics, crystal chandeliers and original artworks. There is a WiFi internet connection and all the mod cons you would expect.

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Public areas: 

The opulent lobby sets the tone for the hotel. The ballroom retains many original features and is used for all sorts of events. There are sumptuous carpets from the Royal Tapestry Factory throughout the hotel.

Eating and drinking: 

Chef Jorge González, who has worked at several Michelin-starred restaurants, has revamped the Goya restaurant, transforming it into one of the best in the city. The Ritz’s Sunday brunch, served out in the garden for much of the year, is legendary.

You can also eat on the terrace for lunch or dinner during the week when the weather is fine – or of course just have a drink.

There is a small bar off the lobby.

Leisure facilities: 

There is a well-equipped Bodyna gym with new machines. Excellent massages and other treatments are on offer.

Service: 

Absolutely top notch. Nothing is too much trouble.

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Who stays there: 

Royalty, film stars and top sports stars. Anyone who’s anyone basically.

Price advice: 

Breakfast is 30 euros. WiFi is free.

Pros: 
Ultra luxurious
Handy for art lovers
Superb service
Cons: 
Expensive

More information on Ritz Madrid:

Price from:
£153
Type:
Hotel
Address:
Plaza de la Lealtad 5, Madrid, Spain, 28014
Amenities:
Business Centre, Fitness Centre, High-Speed Internet, Parking, Pets Allowed, Restaurant, Room Service
Neighbourhood:
Paseo del Prado/Jeronimos

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Love this hotel.