Your interactive family guide to Spain as recommended by local mums | Last updated 9 months ago

Family-friendly hotels in Madrid

  • Westin Palace Madrid****

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  • AC Palacio del Retiro *****

    This former palace was converted into a hotel in 2004, the AC Palacio del Retiro is a national heritage site, which features original sweeping marble staircases and stained glass windows. For Art lovers this hotel is within the golden triangle of the Thyssen, Prado and Reina Sofia museums,it is also located right across from the Retiro Park. Connecting rooms are available for families; air conditioning and mini fridges in all rooms; on-site restaurant with family friendly food and highchairs; fitness centre and sauna available for mum and dad; babysitting can also be arranged; nice restaurants, and many playgrounds in the neighborhood.Easy access to a variety of neighborhoods that are fun to explore.
    C/ Alfonso XII 14 Madrid 28014ÃÂÂÂÂÃÂÃÂÃÂ

  • Holiday Inn

    Recommended by Anne Lennon

    For any Real Madrid fans this hotel is ideally situated 200m away from the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. It has 313 rooms, with 33 suites, 154 non smoking . TheÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÃÃÂÂ

  • Hi Tech hotels

    High Tech Hotels aim is to attract families to their hotels. All of their hotels have got family rooms. These rooms are designed to give everyone a comfortable rest, even families with four children. The little ones have got a place of their own to sleep, without uncomfortable rollaway beds. And to avoid getting cramped many of their hotels have communicating family rooms. Free baby cots (ask about availability when you make your reservation), child-friendly TV channels and breakfast with products for children: cereal, fruit juices, yoghurts, dairy products. PetsÂÂÂÂÂÃÂÃ

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