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About 0.6 miles from downtown Madrid is Madrid City Centre.

Madrid is home to the Prado Museum, Plaza Mayor and the Madrid Congress Centre.

Situated near Teatro Nuevo Apolo are the Hotel Villa Magna and Hotel Ritz. The AC Santo Mauro, Autograph Collection and The Westin Palace, Madrid are near La Casa de la Portera.

Madrid City Centre has a wide variety of hotel and apartment options, which enables tourists to select a room that best meets their taste and budget. The Hotel Francisco I and Artrip are amongst the more economical hotel options in Madrid City Centre.

As an alternative why don't you splash out and book a room at the Relais & Châteaux Hotel Orfila and Unico Hotel.

Accommodation options near Madrid City Centre

If Madrid City Centre accommodation is booked out, check out the hotels in Chueca. Expedia's Gran Via Street hotels guide is another helpful resource for finding accommodation near Madrid City Centre. Gran Via Street is also part of Madrid.

Our mission is to make sure your vacation in Madrid City Centre will be everything you hope for and more. Our Madrid vacation travel guide and Madrid hotels page are useful resources to help you to find out all about this city.

If you plan to make it to this attraction but aren't keen on a long and stressful commute, the Urban and NH Collection Palacio de Tepa will be right up your alley. The Luxury Suites and Wellington Hotel are really close by, so you have no excuse to not check out this spot.

Aromatic coffee and finger-licking treats lure Madrid City Centre locals to TM RESTAURANTE, it's the perfect venue for an emergency pit-stop. The range of appetizing menu choices at Tryp Madrid Cibeles will fill up ravenous travelers who prefer a sit-down meal. Wind up another great day at Mercado de la Reina, a watering-hole where locals get together for a social drink.