Chamberí, located in the center of the city, is one of the most authentic neighborhood of Madrid. It is traditional and sophisticated at the same time, and it has become one of the most popular places to live. La Castellana is one of the main arteries of the city, that brings together culture, business and sports. There we find the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, one of the most visited places in Madrid and a necessary stop for the Real Madrid fans. Businessmen usually stay in La Castellana hotels due to their proximity to the main trade fairs (IFEMA, Castellana) and beacuse they are well connected to the airport.

If you plan to stay in Chamberí and La Castellana, here are our suggestions.

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Our favourite place to stay in Chaberí and La Castellana is the Relais & Châteaux Orfila, a 5 star hotel located in the heart of the neighborhood. It’s a XIX century palace and it has very spacious rooms with a traditional decoration and chic antique furniture. There is a tea room with access to the Orfila’s terrace and gardens. The hotel’s restaurant serves a range of Mediterranean cuisine and local food.

The Hotel Wellington is another great option. It has soundproof rooms with a chic decoration. The hotel has a free, well-equipped fitness area with a range of cardio equipment. There is also a sun terrace with loungers. The hotel’s renowned Kabuki restaurant offers delicious sushi while Goizeko Wellington restaurant offers gourmet Basque cuisine. On the 7th floor, guests will find a private lounge area with a terrace and stunning views of the city. This exclusive lounge includes a complete library.

An last, but no least, the Gran Hotel Versalles, a classic hotel with carpeted floors, private bathroom and a simple and chic decoration. The Café Luxemburgo is an all day coffee shop where you can have a drink and eat a tapa. It’s a good value for money 4 star hotel and the service is excellent.

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Hotel Relais Chateux Orfila
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Hotel Wellington Madrid

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