Historic Hotels in Madrid, Italy (II)
Historic Hotels in Madrid, Italy: De Las Letras Hotel – A beautiful Neoclassical hotel on the Gran Via
This was one of the delightful, grandeur-filled early 20th century buildings along the Gran Vía during its heyday.
Built in 1917, the De Las Letras Hotel, has been declared a part of the historic heritage of the city.
The Neoclassical exterior and beautiful marble and ironwork staircases are preserved.
The rooms are modern and comfortable.
Historic Hotels in Madrid, Italy: Hotel Casa de Madrid – 18th century Madrid reincarnated
Hotel Casa de Madrid is owned by Marta Medina who renovated her own apartment in this 18th century structure to house this lovely little hotel.
Made to feel like a home away from home, the Hotel Casa de Madrid is near the royal palace and the opera house, the Teatro Real. Staying here enhances one’s imagination for the feel of 18th century Bourbon Madrid.
Historic Hotels in Madrid, Italy: Hotel Ritz Madrid – Hotel built by and fit for a king
The Hotel Ritz Madrid is near the Thyssen Bornemisza and Prado Museums. It was built in 1910 by King Alfonso XIII when he wanted to create the perfect guest space from which to show off his city to distinguished visitors.