Palatial home built in the beginning of the 20th century converted into a discreet 50 room luxury hotel. Unique building protected by National Heritage status where you can enjoy the pleasure of resting in one of the historic buildings of the centre of the city, located in front of the famous Retiro Park and close to the Paseo de Recoletos. It occupies the centre of the magical Art Triangle, Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection and Reina Sofía National Art Museum. Ideally located in the centre of the cultural, financial and business area. A full service business centre, counting with 5 meeting rooms of different sizes equipped with internet WIFI system makes of the Hotel Palacio del Retiro, Autograph Collection the ideal venue for holding meetings, conferences and celebrations.
14 Retiro Avenida Alfonso XII Madrid 28014 Spain
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I cannot fault this hotel. From arrival, through check in, concierge, bar and restaurant. The professionalism of every staff member sets this hotel apart from any I have had the privilege to visit. Dos Cielos is an experience to savour. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
Everything is perfect. The location, the staff, the food, the beds, the pillows and linens. Everyone is so friendly and helpful. We got a smaller room because we wanted a view of the garden with french doors. The bathroom is peculiar- as though after it was finished they remembered they needed a bathtub and plopped it in the shower. But it worked. I would very, very happily stay here again and happily recommend it .
The Palacio de Los Duques Gran Melia is an excellent hotel. The hotel is located off the Gran Via on a small street. It has a wonderful boutique feel with warm, friendly service. The location is very close to the palace and cathedral. The rooms are bright, spacious and modern. The bathrooms are wonderfully appointed with large bath tubs and waterfall showers. If I had any small complaint, it would be in regard to the variety of food options in the red-level service. We specially upgraded to the red-level room(s) and while the quality of breakfast snacks were good, there was absolutely no variance over the 5 days we stayed at the hotel. In retrospect, The red level room is off reception and it didn't really feel exclusive, just more separate. Often, we would just sit in the regular lounge where it was much more lively. While we would stay in the hotel again, I don't think we would stay in a red-level room.