Madrid, Spain

Explore Spain’s regal capital city when you stay with Inspirato at URSO Hotel & Spa. The award-winning hotel is housed in a historic, circa-1913 building, featuring original touches including a neoclassical façade and wrought-iron elevator. The updated contemporary space boasts a full-service spa and with hammam steam bath and multiple restaurants.  

URSO Hotel & Spa is centrally located in Madrid, close to the tree-lined Parque de El Retiro and Museo Nacional del Prado, one of Europe’s most famous art museums.  

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Spain's Handsome Central Capital

Holding a well-deserved spot on Condé Nast Traveler's coveted Gold List for 2016, the five-star URSO Hotel & Spa in Madrid is set in the upscale Chamberi neighborhood, one of the most traditional in the whole city. It also borders the boutique shops, cafes and restaurants of the Chueca district and is within walking distance to most of the city's major attractions. This neoclassical hotel was an early 20th century palace and now pays homage to old Spain without sacrificing modern style and thoughtful finishes. Urso's interior has been renovated into a contemporary boutique space, a rare atmosphere for Madrid hotels.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD)
  • Currency
  • Climate
  • La Transhumancia
    Annual Car-Free Event
  • La Paloma

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity

  • Historic Madrid

    What historians know about Madrid dates back to the ninth century. During your stay in Spain's central capital, immerse yourself in local museums and galleries.

    Museo Nacional del Prado. A 30-minute walk from your elegant accommodations, the Museo del Prado is known as one of the finest art collections in all of Europe. Besides housing the majority artifacts of Spain's royal history, the museum also hosts traveling exhibitions.

    The Museum Sorolla. Rarely does an art lover get to see where the works were created but Joaquín Sorolla used to live in what is known as the museum today. Now housing his masterpieces and open to the public, the rooms serve as various galleries for his Impressionist paintings and special exhibitions.

    Royal Palace of Madrid. For an experience of a lifetime, make time to visit the palace. Now serving as an event space for formal ceremonies, the Palacio Real de Madrid was once home to King Felipe VI and his family. A dizzying 3,418 rooms mean that it's the largest royal palace in Europe by floor area.

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Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Madrid Vacation

    Madrid's continental climate makes for typically dry weather and constant sunshine. April is the rainiest month of the year and July is the hottest. While spring and autumn are generally mild, summers tend to be on the hot and dry side and winters are cold with occasional snow, though most of the weather extremes occur in the surrounding mountains. To make the most of your trip, Madrid has one of the highest numbers of daylight hours in Europe, with daylight averaging about 10 hours.


Map of Madrid, Spain

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