Turn-of-the-century charm meets 21th-century hospitality at the Adler
One of the city’s newest hotels, the palatial Hotel Adler was built in 1884 and has a turn-of-the-century neoclassical charm paired with the most modern amenities and services, making it one of the most sought-after accommodation in Madrid. The 45 guest rooms feature sumptuous fabrics and rugs in a beautiful modern boutique environment. Just off the ‘Golden Triangle of Art’, the Prado, Reina Sofia Gallery and Thyssen-Bornemizsa Collection, visitors are also near the upscale Salamanca shopping district.
After a long day filled with Goya, El Greco and shopping, the weary traveler can spend time in the suite’s large marble bath for some well-needed aqua recreation. A long cool drink in the lobby bar will prepare the visitor for the evening’s foray to the strolling, snacking and sipping ambience of Madrid’s late-night dining scene. Or if the peaceful relaxation at the Adler makes the traveler loathe to venture out, the hotel restaurant features gourmet cuisine and an extensive wine list.
The room decor is sumptuously contemporary, with soothing sand tones and carefully designed lighting. 24-hour room service is available. Other top amenities are satellite television, wireless data connection, laundry/valet service and full concierge services.
Location: Velazquez 33, 28001, Madrid Spain; Barajas International Airport is 12 kilometres away.
Luxury style: For lovers of art, sophisticated, well-heeled travelers, dedicated shoppers or savvy business professional. Quiet sophistication and warm service will enchant. And the exclusive Salamanca shopping district will be reason enough alone to visit this classic boutique hotel.
What we’ve heard: Although the neighborhood is busy, rooms at the rear of the Adler which are exquisitely quiet. The lively location coupled with large spacious rooms and friendly service have made the Hotel Adler a favorite for repeat visitors.