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Madrid’s Best Luxury Holiday Apartments 2022

The best luxury accommodation in Madrid:

1. Apartment Marisa
Gran Vía

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The open plan living space at Apartment Marisa via Plum Guide

Apartment Marisa is your pad of choice for modern luxury in Madrid.

With a curved statement sofa, marble coffee tables and retro Bond film posters on the walls, the sleek space brings together style and comfort for your mini break.

If you like being right in the hustle and bustle of the city, then Apartment Marisa is for you.

Found on Gran Vía, one of the most famous streets in Madrid, this is the best location for exploring theaters, galleries and museums.

The apartment is ideal for a group of 4 or a family, with two double bedrooms and bathrooms (the master bedroom even has a roll-top bath in the room!).

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The master bedroom complete with a roll-top bath at Apartment Marisa via Plum Guide

Cooking is not a priority when you visit Madrid, but if you do want a night in, the huge kitchen and dining room has got you covered.

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The sleek kitchen diner at Apartment Marisa via Plum Guide

You can book Apartment Marisa here.

Neighbourhood highlights (within 10 minute walk):
Speakeasy cocktails at Bad Company 1920
Coffee & toasts at Café Angélica
Paintings & sculptures at San Fernando Fine Art Royal Academy
Dinner at Angelita Madrid
Artisan baked goods at Levaduramadre

2. Sweet Sol Apartment
Sol

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The large outdoor terrace at Sweet Sol Apartment via Plum Guide

Finding holiday accommodation in Madrid with outdoor space is seriously rare.

So the fact that Sweet Sol Apartment has a huge outdoor terrace surrounded by beautiful architecture is really quite remarkable.

At Sweet Sol Apartment, prepare for endless hours of relaxation in the sun (with a chilled drink in hand of course).

Inside, it just keeps getting better.

The combined living & dining space is open and bright, offering exposed brick, a stunning kitchen and quirky furnishings.

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The open living/dining space at Sweet Sol Apartment via Plum Guide

The master bedroom has french doors that open wide onto the terrace for your morning coffee, whilst the second twin bedroom is great for kids.

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The master bedroom at Sweet Sol apartment via Plum Guide

Both bedrooms have ensuites and space for all of your holiday outfits.

Located on a buzzing pedestrianised street in the Sol neighbourhood, this brilliantly located apartment is minutes’ walk from the famous Puerta del Sol square and Plaza Mayor.

You can book Sweet Sol Apartment here.

Neighbourhood highlights (within 10 minute walk):
Wine tasting at Madrid & Darracott
Casual drinks and Spanish snacks at Matador
Dinner at Inclán Brutal Bar
Tortilla from Pez Tortilla

Another great luxury property with a terrace in Madrid for just two people is La Luz Del Sol Apartment.

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Luxury studio apartment with outdoor terrace via Plum Guide

It’s a flawless studio apartment with full length doors leading out to a large terrace with sun loungers.

Can you think of a better place to wake up in the morning?!

3. The Perennial Prince
Palacio

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The heavenly living area inside The Perennial Prince Apartment via Plum Guide

Countryside chic is probably not what you’d expect from a holiday rental in the centre of Madrid, but The Perennial Prince Apartment is a serious vibe.

Oatmeal tones and natural materials like jute rugs, bamboo and beechwood create a stunning space in the upmarket Palacio neighbourhood of Madrid, just five minutes walk from the royal palace.

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The bedroom at The Perennial Prince apartment via Plum Guide

The one-bedroom apartment features a double bedroom full of natural light, a living area with a piano and small balcony, a modern white kitchen and a flawless shower room.

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The kitchen at the Perennial Prince Apartment via Plum Guide

One of the best things about The Perennial Prince Apartment is the street it’s found on, which is lined with beautiful buildings and overlooked by the 17th century city hall at the end of the street.

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The Perennial Prince Apartment is found on a beautiful Madrid street (via Plum Guide)

If you’re visiting Spain for the architecture, Palacio should be your neighbourhood of choice.

You can book The Perennial Prince Apartment here.

Neighbourhood highlights:
Coffee & breakfast at FOUR (and it’s on the same street as the apartment!)
Tapas at Arbonaida Bar
Local beer at La Mayor Cerveceria
Dinner at La Esquina Del Real

4. Cosy Colores Apartment
Barrio de las Letras

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The book-filled living room at Cosy Colores Apartment via Plum Guide

Located in the literary quarter of Madrid, Cosy Colores Apartment is a luxury book-lovers dream.

White washed walls and airy french doors are met with vibrant splashes of colour, creating a tranquil space for your mini-break to Madrid.

Old meets new at the Cosy Colores Apartment, where the sleek marble kitchen island sits next to an original 19th century cast iron pillar.

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The kitchen at Cosy Colores Apartment via Plum Guide

Two bedrooms and two bathrooms make Cosy Colores Apartment perfect for a couples holiday or a small family.

One of the light and airy bedrooms at Cosy Colores Apartment via Plum Guide

My favourite feature has to be the dining table made from ancient oak, which is protected by a glass sheet.

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The ancient oak dining table at Cosy Colores Apartment via Plum Guide

Barrio de las Letras or ‘Huertas’ is Madrid’s literary neighbourhood, once home to Spain’s great 17th-century writers.

In fact, Cosy Colores Apartment is found on the same street as playwright Lope de Vega’s 17th century house.

Today, it remains a beating heart of Spanish culture, with theatres, flamenco shows and traditional cafés and bars.

You can book Cosy Colores Apartment here.

Neighbourhood highlights (within 10 minute walk):
Experience the home of the literary genius at Lope de Vega’s House-Museum
Traditional Spanish dishes at Tierra by Ezzential
Eclectic cocktails at La Santoría
New era Argentinian food at Patagonia Street
Wine and tapas at Dis Tinto Taberna
Coffee at Feliz Coffee
Classic Spanish & European paintings at National Prado Art Gallery

5. The Bookbinder Apartment
La Latina

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The exposed brick living area at The Bookbinder Apartment via Plum Guide

I’m a sucker for exposed brick, so The Bookbinder Apartment has to be my favourite home in the Madrid luxury accommodation guide.

Housed in an old book-bindery from Madrid’s industrial era, expect loft-style living complete with timber beams and original cast iron pillars.

The double-height living area is light and spacious, whilst on the mezzanine level you’ll find a large dining table and more comfy sofas.

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The loft-style dining space at The Bookbinder Apartment via Plum Guide

3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms make The Bookbinder Apartment suitable for 10 guests, which means it’s perfect for a group trip to Madrid with friends or family.

It’s no wonder that this beautiful old property is found in La Latina, Madrid’s oldest neighbourhood.

La Latina is a maze of narrow lanes lined with cantinas and tapas bars.

On Sundays, the buzzing El Rastro flea market is a popular spot for finding treasures and people watching.

You can book The Bookbinder Apartment here.

Neighbourhood highlights (within 10 minute walk):
Sourdough & baked goods at Obrador San Francisco
Incredible natural wine from Pastora
Authentic Peruvian food at Piscomar by Jhosef Arias
Coffee at El Perro De Pavlov
Cocktails and tacos at Tutucán Cocteleria
Tapas and drinks at La Taberna Sanlúcar
Pizza at Officina 22

6. Vida Romantica Studio
Chueca

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Flawless studio living at Vida Romantica Apartment via Plum Guide

The best luxury spot for couples or solo travellers in the Chueca neighbourhood is Vida Romantica Studio

Vida Romantica is a cute luxury studio space in a French beaux-arts style building, built over 100 years ago.

The compact-but-perfectly-formed space features a brand new kitchen (with Nespresso machine & the whole pod collection!), a comfy double bed, living area, dining space and a sleek modern bathroom.

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The kitchen with Nespresso machine at Vida Romantica Apartment via Plum Guide

Even better, the original French doors open out onto a gorgeous balcony, the perfect spot for your morning coffee or a glass of albariño before dinner.

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French doors lead to the balcony off Vida Romantica Apartment via Plum Guide

Chueca is a vibrant district in central Madrid, known as the city’s gay neighbourhood, with sidewalk cafés, tapas and great nightlife.

If you want to experience the real fun side of Madrid, Chueca is the neighbourhood for you.

You can book Vida Romantica Studio here.

Neighbourhood highlights (within 10 minute walk):
Mediterranean sharing plates and mains at Vinitus
Speciality coffee at Bucólico Café
Hand-crafted cocktails at Specia Atelier Bar
Cult hamburgers at Pink’s
High-end Indian eats at Indian Accent

7. Synesthesia Apartment
Lavapiés

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The spacious living room at Synesthesia Apartment via Plum Guide

Synesthesia Apartment is all about bright, spacious living to let Madrid’s sunshine inside.

With ample juliette balconies throughout the property, you can’t help but feel calm in the minimal space with rustic furnishings.

Sleek minimalism continues into the kitchen and 3 bedrooms, whilst splashes of colour throughout keep things interesting.

The 3 ensuite bathrooms are brand new and one even has a double basin vanity, giving you all the space you need to get ready for a night on the town.

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The luxury double vanity sink at Synesthesia Apartment via Plum Guide

Synesthesia Apartment is found in the Lavapiés neighbourhood, my favourite area of Madrid.

Lavapiés is a vibrant multicultural area with old Spanish taverns, great Indian restaurants and a big art scene.

You can book Synesthesia Apartment here.

Neighbourhood highlights (within 10 minute walk):
Coffee at Syra Coffee
Lunch/Dinner at Maitetxe
Tapas at La Taberna de Al Lado
Drinks & snacks at LAREPERA
Drinks & movies at the old porn cinema Sala Equis
Cocktails at Salmon Guru
Plant-based brilliance at Mad Mad Vegan

8. Las Aves Apartment
Malasaña

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The elegant living room in Las Aves Apartment via Plum Guide

Probably the most luxury holiday rental apartment in the whole of Madrid, Las Aves Apartment is the place to stay if you’re willing to splash the cash.

Classic decor is everything in this elegant apartment, which offers beautiful upholstery, original French windows and antique furniture.

In the dining room a huge hand-painted piece of art covers the entire wall, creating the perfect spot for your tapas evening.

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The dining room at Las Aves Apartment via Plum Guide

The two bedrooms feature colourful artwork from around the world, and the master has a walk-in closet and ensuite.

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The master bedroom at Las Aves Apartment via Plum Guide

Malasaña is a happening neighbourhood popular with students.

It’s known for excellent vintage clothing stores, great coffee and fun bars with live music.

You can book Las Aves apartment here.

Neighbourhood highlights (within 10 minute walk):
Traditional Spanish lunch & dinner at La Burbujería
Coffee at Bianchi Kiosko Caffé
Brunch and cocktails at Zenith
Spanish history at History Museum of Madrid (it’s free!)
Tapas and drinks at Josefita
Vintage clothing at Mucho Vintage
Late night drinks and music at Maniquí Bar
Pizza at Lab84

9. The Apothecary Apartment
Chamberí

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The Apothecary Apartment via Plum Guide

The Apothecary Apartment has everything you need for a calming weekend in the capital.

French windows fill with the apartment with light, and the genuine antique apothecary items dotted around the place add serious character.

With four cosy bedrooms, three bathrooms and two outdoor spaces, The Apothecary Apartment comfortably welcomes groups of up to eight people.

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The bedroom at The Apothecary Apartment via Plum Guide

A trip to Madrid is all about visiting bars & restaurants, but the beautiful wooden dining table is a perfect spot for a cheese board and glass of wine after a heavy day sightseeing.

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The huge dining space at The Apothecary Apartment via Plum Guide

The sleek kitchen is a dream to make your morning coffee in, and who doesn’t love a vintage motorcycle in the hallway?!

The Apothecary Apartment is located in Chamberí, a lovely quiet neighbourhood away from the masses of tourists in the city centre.

You can book The Apothecary Apartment here.

Neighbourhood highlights (within 10 minute walk):
Dine at 80/20 Restaurante Vinos Bar
Coffee from Camden Coffee Roasters 2
Ca Angelita for chilled drinks & tapas
Ice-cream from Gelateria La Romana
Buy wine from Café di Vino

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