The Westin Palace, Madrid was built in 1912 on request of the Spanish King Alfonso XIII, with the vision to have a hotel that represents the greatness and importance of Madrid as the Spanish capital.
The Westin Palace, Madrid was built in 1912 at the request of King Alfonso XIII and is located in the “triangle of art”, steps away from some of the best museums in the world and right in the cultural and artistic heart of Madrid. The Parliament, main business and shopping districts, Plaza Mayor and the Puerta del Sol are all within a short walking distance of the hotel.
Our team provides personal and instinctive service and takes great pride in their hotel and its history. This combined with the beautiful city of Madrid, its blue sky and sunshine, art, culture, gastronomy, shopping and entertainment ensures that every guest leaves feeling better than when they arrived.
For 100 years the award winning hotel has not only been a leader in Madrid, but in the entire hospitality industry. The Westin brand, renowned for its innovative products and services like Heavenly Beds®, SuperfoodsRX® and WestinWORKOUT®, is a perfect match for this historic landmark hotel. The hotel is the preferred residence for some of the world’s most famous artists, writers, politicians and royalties. They meet under the famous stained glass dome “La Cúpula" and history was written there on more than one occasion. Madrilenians consider the hotel as the most prestigious address for celebrating their weddings or other social events.
The 467 guest rooms and suites are magnificently decorated and furnished with stunning marbles, precious fabrics and antique furnishings all painstakingly restored and equipped with every modern convenience.
The Westin Palace, Madrid has been advocating renewal throughout the last 100 years and it will continue to do so in the future. In 2013 the hotel almost doubled its banquet and meeting capacity with an additional 1050 m2 of multifunctional space.
A Century of renewal in the heart of Madrid!
The Westin Palace, Madrid was built in 1912 on request of the Spanish King Alfonso XIII, with the vision to have a hotel that represents the greatness and importance of Madrid as the Spanish capital. Now restored to its original splendor, The Westin Palace Madrid caters to savvy travelers with its location between the Prado, Thyssen and Reina Sofia museums and historic monuments. Inside, you'll find an enormous stained-glass dome; 467 spacious guestrooms and suites outfitted with antique furnishings; the WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio; and the refined Asia Gallery, considered Madrid's best Asian restaurant.
Virtuoso Special Amenities
Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
Daily Buffet breakfast, for up to two in room guests
A complimentary lunch or dinner for up to two people per room once during stay, excluding alcohol, taxes and gratuities
Complimentary internet access
Early check-in/late check-out subject to availability
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