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How to Find the Best Madrid Hotels with Venere

Madrid is a colorful city with lots of great architecture and a vibrant street life. It's a party town which is popular with young groups of friends but couples seeking a city break would also enjoy a stay here, as well as families with busy kids. Whatever your situation, Venere can make sure your accommodation is taken care of with an amazing range of places to stay in El Foro for any budget. If on a layover, we have lots of Madrid Airport hotels. With maps, customer feedback, and photos of typical rooms, you're sure to find what you're looking for. So all you need to do is get out and explore this buzzing city.

What's Madrid Like?

Let's kick off with the Art Triangle, a trio of three museums - the Reina Sofia, the Museo del Prada and the Thyssen-Bornemisza - found close together on the Paseo del Prado. You'll see masters from Titian to Picasso. Relax in the sun in parks such as the huge Casa de Campo. Soccer fans won't want to miss the Santiago Bernabéu, home of Real Madrid. Plaza Major is a main square in the city which contains an equestrian statue of King Felipe III and great Madrid hotels. If you're in town on Sunday then the frenetic El Rastro flea market is an experience to remember. It's found in the Embarjadores neighborhood. And don't forget the iconic sculpture of The Bear and the Strawberry Tree in Puerta del Sol.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Madrid

The Madrileños are a laidback people so once you slip into their way of life you can relax and have a great time. Take it easy in a park or coffee shop. There's the long siesta where everyone closes up for the afternoon. Kissing on the cheek is standard, even when being introduced for the first time, and you'll notice your Spanish friend may stand closer than you're used to. Madrid is also a nocturnal city with thriving nightlife; dinner can occur around 10pm, and after a night on the town it's tradition to have a breakfast of chocolate con churros before crashing at one of the Madrid hotels. So the night will start and end with food. Of course you should learn a bit of Spanish to facilitate your stay. At Venere we pride ourselves on our ability to put you in the heart of the action with all the comfort you deserve. That is why we have dedicated all our years of experience and expertise to making sure each booking made with Venere is one in which the customer feels confident and comfortable. At Venere, we won’t settle for anything less you’re your best holiday!