Accommodation in Madrid to move freely
Madrid offers thousands of different plans at any given time of the year. The Spanish capital has everything you need for a trip full of attractions. Culture is the protagonist in all its forms, from the most important museums in the country to shows of all kinds. Musicals, plays, concerts and exhibitions go hand in hand with many other leisure proposals, where Madrid’s commerce, hotels and gastronomy have a lot to say. Staying with Líbere opens up a world of possibilities, with well-connected locations to make the most of each day.
Accommodation in Madrid with exclusive locations
Líbere Madrid Palacio Real
A space for you in the heart of Madrid
- Located 3 minuntes walking from Callao Square
- Near the most traditional area of Madrid, the “Madrid castizo”
- Tourist monuments, shops and restaurants
Accommodation in Madrid for business travelers
Frequently asked questions about Madrid
What are the best areas to find accommodation in Madrid?
Madrid offers a diverse range of options depending on your traveler profile and budget. Among the most popular areas are the Centro district, Gran Vía, Chamberí and Cuatro Caminos. However, many other areas have interesting proposals, such as Moratalaz and Arturo Soria.
What is the best time of year to find accommodation in Madrid?
Madrid offers attractive plans throughout the year, but the quietest times are the months of February to April, in addition to the summer. A different way to enjoy the capital of Spain is by taking advantage of the exodus of the local population.
How much does an hotel cost on average in the city of Madrid?
The price range in the capital is extraordinarily wide, with tailor-made solutions for all budgets. Whether you need parking, if you like to have a terrace, or the area you prefer are some of the factors that will affect the price range you can find.
What to see in Madrid in one day
Those who have only one day to visit Madrid may not be able to cover everything, but they can enjoy some of its great treasures, which contain the essence of everything that this city represents. A good starting point is the Puerta del Sol, which has already become an icon, to move from there to the Plaza Mayor. The next stop will be the Royal Palace and the Sabatini Gardens, taking a pleasant walk to the Temple of Debod, a piece of Egypt in the middle of the capital of Spain.
After restoring strength in one of the restaurants or taverns in the area, in the afternoon you cannot miss a tour of the Paseo del Prado. Not for nothing has it recently been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. From the Thyssen Museum to the Reina Sofía, from the Botanical Garden to the Prado Museum or the Retiro, there are many essential spots in this corner of Madrid. The wide green spaces and the oasis of art that awaits at every step make the walk a delight. Nearby is also the famous Puerta de Alcalá, one of the symbols of the city. To end the day, nothing better than watching the evening fall from the rooftop of the Círculo de Bellas Artes. This cultural space also offers the possibility of having a snack or having a cocktail while enjoying the beautiful views.
What to see in Madrid and its surroundings
There is much to discover both in the capital and in its surroundings, so if you have time, there are many alternatives to choose from. In the city, you cannot miss a visit to the Prado Museum, one of the world’s most important art galleries, with works by artists of universal fame. The Cibeles Palace, the Campo del Moro, the Gran Vía, or the Almudena Cathedral are also some of the most prominent places in all tourist guides.
Nearby, there are many other attractions such as the Monastery of El Escorial, the Palace and Gardens of Aranjuez, or the neighboring city of Alcalá de Henares. A route through the mountains is also highly recommended, which offers spectacular landscapes. Of course, we must not forget the charming towns that dot the province, such as Buitrago de Lozoya, Patones de Arriba or Rascafría.
Eating in Madrid
Madrid’s gastronomy encompasses a whole world of proposals, from traditional to avant-garde cuisine. If you’re looking for traditional restaurants, there are many legendary ones where you can taste a delicious Madrid stew or a suckling pig. Examples of this are Lhardy or Casa Lucio, where the simplicity of fried eggs with potatoes becomes an art.
For those who prefer tapas routes, you cannot miss the tripe, the patatas bravas, and, of course, some beer or vermouth. On the other hand, modern cuisine has a benchmark in the Spanish capital, with various examples of places with Michelin stars. DiverXo, Kabuki and Gaytán are just some of them.