Madrid Spa Hotels & Resorts
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- Madrid City Centre
- Plaza Mayor
- Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
- Prado Museum
- Lope de Vega Theatre
- Plaza de Espana
- El Retiro Park
- Plaza de Santa Ana
- Madrid Amusement Park
- Complutense University of Madrid
- Parque Warner Madrid
- Royal Palace
- Las Ventas
- Las Rozas Village Outlet
- U.S. Embassy
- Vicente Calderon Stadium
- Puente de Vallecas
- Plaza de Cibeles
- The Magic Box
- Plaza Norte 2 Commercial Centre
Hotels in Madrid with a Spa
The wildly popular capital of Spain, a gorgeous blend of modern, cosmopolitan lifestyle and traditional, medieval architecture, Madrid needs no introduction. It is a bustling, energetic city that must be visited at least once in everybody’s lifetime, and is simply ideal for a relaxing and renewing spa getaway, whether for a weekend, or a week; alone, or with a friend. And when booking your spa hotel in Madrid, look no further than Hotels.com, for we are the experts in travel. It couldn’t be easier to find a relaxing place to stay in El Foro – just log on to Hotels.com, where you can browse through a multitude of handpicked accommodations, and quickly find the perfect one for you. And don’t let uncertainty get in your way – we at Hotels.com list every hotel with all the relevant information, photos, and reviews, so you can be 100% sure you’re making the right decision.
A view of Madrid
When staying in your spa hotel in Madrid, you’re never going to be short of things to do. The most popular tourist spots are all generally found in the middle of the city, so we at Hotels.com recommend taking at least one day to visit the attractions here, and see why they are just so popular. These are places such as Puerto del Sol, the unofficial “heart of the city”, and Plaza Mayor, a huge square where, during Madrid’s illustrious past, bullfights and even executions were performed here! As you can imagine, the city is home to a great number of fantastic museums, so for a relaxing and educational day out, we recommend the Museum of History of Madrid. Flamenco shows are extremely popular here, as well as opera, but if you’re here to chill out, nothing beats laying down on the grass in Retiro Park, the main park of Madrid, and letting your cares just melt away. Perhaps surprisingly, the seafood in Madrid tends to be of a much higher quality than most places on the coast, so tuck in, and afterwards, maybe visit a sherry bar, where you can learn all about, and taste, this delicious, sweet wine.
Tips for pampering yourself during a spa trip to Madrid
When you book your spa hotel in Madrid with Hotels.com, the best thing, aside from how easy it is to find the perfect accommodation, is that we pride ourselves on being able to give you the inside scoop; we’re just generous that way. Madrid boasts several impressive spa treatment facilities, such as a wonderful one where mobile phones are forbidden, to preserve the gorgeous tranquility of the atmosphere, and a couple where you can receive a massage from not one, not two, but three people at once – six hands! And to make the most of it, take note - Madrid’s world famous reputation for having a wild nightlife is built on fact; often the party doesn’t end until 7am! For this reason, it might be wise to book your spa hotel in El Foro in one of the quieter areas, especially if you are a light sleeper – there’s no sense in pampering yourself during the day, but not being able to get your beauty sleep at night, is there?
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