Madrid, Spain

Explore Spain’s regal capital city when you stay with Inspirato at Rosewood Villa Magna, Madrid. Located in the heart of Madrid, within walking distance of the city’s major attractions, Rosewood Villa Magna is an urban oasis to come home to after a day of exploring. Choose from elegant rooms overlooking Paseo de la Castellana and suites with plenty of room to unwind.

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Spain's Artistic Central Capital

Enchanting and energetic, Spain’s capital city will wow you with its art, culinary prowess, architecture, and nightlife. A mecca for art lovers, Madrid’s famed Golden Triangle is a set of three renowned museums: Museo del Prado, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, and Museo Reina Sofía. In each one of the corners of the Golden Triangle, you’ll find some of the best collections of Spanish and European art in the world. Foodies will rejoice in the cuisine of Madrid which has evolved into one of the top culinary destinations in Europe—picture tapas in temples and feasts under centuries-old ceilings. And if you’re looking for nightlife, a night out in Madrid will be full of legendary glamour and dancing.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD)
  • Currency
  • Language
  • Time Zone
    6 hours ahead of NYC
  • Average Temperature
    85°F in summer; 52°F in winter

Destination Highlights

  • Plaza Mayor

    Once the center of Old Madrid, this expansive open square was first built during the reign of Philip III. The Plaza Mayor is a beautiful respite among the packed streets of Madrid to see architecture and vibrant street life.

  • Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum

    Located along the Paseo del Prado (Art Walk), this intimate museum is home to an incredible collection of nearly 1,000 paintings from some of the world’s most celebrated artists, like Dalí, Rembrandt, and Van Gogh.

  • Basílica de San Francisco el Grande

    A crown jewel within La Latina, Madrid’s oldest neighborhood, this architectural masterpiece is as much a place of worship as it is a temple of Spanish art. The Basilica’s great dome is the largest in Spain and the fourth largest in Europe.



  • Forecasting Your Madrid Vacation

    Located in the center of Spain, Madrid sits on a high plateau giving it a dry climate. The little rainfall Madrid sees is usually in the spring and autumn. Winters are usually clear and cool, while summers are hot and dry. Madrid experiences year-round sunshine with between 2,000–3,000 sunshine hours recorded each year.


Map of Madrid

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