The Madrid EDITION

An artful retreat in the heart of Madrid

With 200 guest rooms and suites, five restaurants and bars, a rooftop pool, a gym, a spa and a terrace, there's something at The Madrid EDITION for everyone. But mainly, it's for the kind of person who loves artistic surprises around every corner. The furniture comes from renowned designers, living plant art decks out the restaurants, and pops of colors brighten each nook and cranny. Even the blue-covered marble pool table boasts an art pedigree

While the interior sings with excitement, so does the location. The Madrid EDITION resides in Puerta de Sol, right in the heart of the capital where you can enjoy the rich and historic culture while staying in modern luxury. You can stroll to noteworthy places — Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales, Plaza Mayor and Museum of Illusions Madrid are minutes away, while the Golden Triangle of Art (the city’s most prestigious museums: Museo del Prado, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia and Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza) sit 20 minutes from the hotel.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Each suite has floor-to-ceiling windows that may feature stunning views of the Royal Palace, the Almudena Cathedral, Descalzas Square and Gran Vía. Be surprised or request a certain room to curate your visage.
  • The stunning rooftop pool — the largest in the city — proves great any time, but especially during sunset. Watch the sky’s colors change behind the surrounding buildings, and order a cocktail to mirror the beauty.
  • The rooms may be in shades of cream, but there's nothing boring about the design. Shapes, textures and small touches of vibrant colors keep the spaces modern, sleek and fun.
  • Head to the Lobby Bar not only for a cocktail, but also to bask in the beauty of the furnishings. This includes sofas and armchairs by designer Jean-Michel Frank, recycled bronze stools from Maison Intègre, rope-layered seats by Christian Astuguevieille and a pool table sculpted from a single slab of white marble by designer Emmanuel Levet Stenne.
  • Book a seat at Jerónimo, which is spearheaded by Enrique Olvera and Santiago Pérez, the chefs behind highly regarded restaurants like Mexico City’s Pujol, New York’s Cosme and Los Angeles’ Damian. Expect global cuisine influenced by Mexico’s ancient culinary traditions with dishes such as mole negro chicken, hamachi ceviche and lobster tostada. The setting proves notable, too — bright pinks and yellows and an array of plants lend an elegant jungle feel.

The Restaurants

  • On the Madrid hotel’s fourth floor, you will find the outdoor eatery Oroya, helmed by Peruvian chef Diego Muñoz. In a greenhouse-like dining room, complete with plants climbing up the colored glass panels, Muñoz dishes out Peruvian-style plates of ceviche, grilled oysters, Iberian pig skewers, white shrimp ha kao in parihuela broth and more.
  • Don’t miss the cocktail menu at Oroya. It revolves around pisco, the national spirit of Peru, and includes a classic pisco sour, Inka mule (Peruvian vodka, white tequila, fresh lime, ginger syrup and soda) and pisco punch (pisco Mosto Verde Italia, lime, grapefruit and roasted pineapple syrup).
  • The Punch Room is the coziest option for a drink with dark oak wall panels, a brushed copper bar, a stone fireplace, gray Jean-Michel Frank armchairs and a bronze-polished mirror by Paris-based design studio Garnier & Linker. The featured drink is punch, as the name suggests, and each one is intricately made to showcase teas, spirits and local ingredients. Wine and non-alcoholic options are also available.

24-hour room service
House car
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Getting There
Plaza de Celenque 2, 28013 Madrid, Spain
MAD (20-40 min)  
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