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This heritage five-star hotel is located in the Paseo Del Arte (Art Walk), the area of Madrid known for housing the city’s three largest and best museums. In fact, the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum is literally just across the street, and the National El Prado Museum is just five minutes away. However, the location isn’t just good for culture – the gay bars of Chueca are just a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
The hotel itself is over a century old, housed in a beautiful building featuring tapestries, murals, and a stunning stained glass dome. The rooms are comfortable and spacious, always decorated with a mix of classic and contemporary styles. Many rooms feature beautiful city views, and there are also many luxury suites available.
The Westin Palace features three excellent restaurants: La Rotonda, which sits beneath the iconic stained glass dome, Green T sushi bar, offering a fusion of tapas and Japanese sushi, and Asia Gallery, considered one of the top Chinese restaurants in the city. The 1912 Museo Bar is a slice of Madrid history, once frequented by great thinkers and artists like Hemingway and Dali.
♥ Many gay bars in Chueca and Gran Via gayborhood are just 15 mins walk
♥ Heritage hotel at the heart of Madrid’s history
♥ Old-fashioned luxury with all the modern amenities
♥ Look for Premium King Room with Fountain View (for 3 Adults) when booking