Its first inhabitants –the muslims- called it Magerit, “Earth Rich in water”. The fusion between the Arabic and romance names, made that its Christian name prevailed, after the conquest, the latin Matrit, actual Madrid. Sitting out on a sunny day, looking up at the blue sky while you try all sorts of tapas is the best way to enjoy the city. Luckily this is a common scene in Madrid, where it rarely rains and which boasts lots of hours of light all year round.
Accommodations in Madrid are higly demanded all year long. The capital city, economic engine of Spain, offers a wide range of touristic alternatives: intense cultural and artistic activity in more than 100 museums, shows and concerts in its theatres and auditoriums, natural and urban landscapes with an exceptional historical richness and three sites listed as UNESCO World Heritage. More than 2500 establishments have got the “Q” meaning Quality, a distinction awarded by the Instituto de Calidad Turística Española (Spanish Tourist Quality Institute). Restaurants, tourist information offices, protected areas, and accommodations in Madrid fulfill the necessary requirements to be awarded with this Q, quality guarantee.
Business goes along with Madrid’s leisure. Congress and Convention facilities, a completely full activity calendar, infrastructure and technology to organize fairs, events, exhibitions. Madrid is the third business centre in the world and the administrative and governmental seat of Spain.
It’s important to remember there is a wide range of accommodation options in Madrid, satisfying your requirements for any kind of vist you are planning; look up the maps of the capital city of Spain, the main tourist attractions and plan your stay at hostels, budget hotels, apartments, Bed & Breakfast (B&B Madrid), guest house or youth hostels, in the area you like best.
Choosing your next accommodation in Madrid is very easy: enter the Check-in and Check out dates and check availability. Sort the results into location, price, type,and guest rating.