- Name: Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid
- Rooms: 153
- Rating: 5-Star
- Brand: Mandarin Oriental
- Parent: Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
A magnificent Belle Epoque palace at the hub of the Spanish capital’s social scene, the Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid is the epitome of timeless luxury. Located in Madrid’s ‘Golden Triangle’, the hotel has long been a pinnacle of style and luxury in Madrid. Originally designed and built under the supervision of legendary hotelier César Ritz, the hotel first opened its doors in 1910 and has been synonymous with luxury, comfort, and service excellence. For more than 100 years, the hotel has been an icon in the vibrant city of Madrid. Encapsulated the Belle Époque style of the original building. Spanish architect, Rafael de La-Hoz and French designers, Gilles & Boissier, have been instrumental in its recent historical restoration with the aim of increasing the property’s appeal to local and international guests alike while celebrating César Ritz’s original pioneering spirit.
The hotel’s guestrooms, encapsulate a classic but contemporary residential style for the 100 rooms and 53 suites. Within the suite inventory, there are several one-of-a-kind speciality suites, featuring unique design elements inspired by the hotel’s historic connections to the city, Spanish culture, and art. A spacious Royal Suite and the Presidential Suite feature magnificent views over the Prado Museum. Located in the top floor turrets are two new suites, each with private balconies and views over the Prado Museum and Lealtad Square. Combining luxurious comfort with contemporary amenities, our rooms and suites exude a classic sense of elegance in true belle époque style.
Simply iconic, the hotel has always been an intregral part of society in Spain’s capital, and has been host to royalty, politicians, corporate leaders, and celebrities. It is situated within the ‘Golden Triangle of Art’, an area defined by the most important museums in the city – the Prado, the Thyssen- Bornemisza and the Reina Sofía Museum of Modern Art. The property’s location within a prestigous residential area close to Madrid’s financial and commercial district and to El Retiro Park, adds to its appeal. The Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid faces the Paseo del Prado, the tree-lined boulevard punctuated by fountains that links the city’s major museums. The hotel is in the elegant Jerónimos neighbourhood, where many members of the Spanish aristocracy had sumptuous homes in the handsome late 19th-century buildings. The opening of the hotel in 1910 had a big influence on the architecture of the area, with Parisian features such as sensual curves softening the more austere traditional style.
- Location: Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid – Pl. de la Lealtad, 5, 28014 Madrid, Spain