Serving its guests since 1910, Hotel Ritz Madrid is a landmark of culture and impeccable service. The celebrated hotel has been witness to gracious presence of the dignitaries and the aristocrats from various epochs. The rooms of this legendary hotel own a distinct appeal. Designed in Belle Époque style with hand embroidered carpets, marble fireplaces and exotic draperies around windows, Hotel Ritz Palace is not only a visual delight but is also a supremely comfortable Spanish residence.

Hotel Ritz is within walking distance of the city’s major cultural, business, shopping and dining venues.

Built in 1910 according to the wishes of King Alfonso XIII, this iconic Orient-Express landmark established Madrid as one of the truly great European cities: it has welcomed visiting aristocracy and dignitaries in style and luxury ever since.

A lively gathering place for Spanish high society, the hotel’s restaurants and bars are a constant buzz of activity: its leafy outdoor terrace is especially popular for a traditional summer Sunday brunch following a stroll in the adjacent Retiro Park

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