Hotels near Huertas
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
Tucked behind the Paseo del Prado is Huertas, nicknamed "Neighborhood of Literature." Great literary figures from Madrid's Golden Age called Huertas home, including playwright Lope de Vega, whose house can still be visited. The neighborhood bears this literary heritage proudly, with its poetry-engraved streets and distinct bohemian flair. Narrow tree-lined Calle de Huertas is famed for its nighttime bar and jazz scene, notably Café Populart, which offers free jazz and blues concerts every night. The Barrio de las Letras is a historic Hemingway hangout: the Cervecería Alemana on Plaza Santa Ana and La Venencia on Calle Echegaray were some of the writer's favorite haunts.

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Wellington Hotel
Wellington Hotel
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3.7
1248 reviews
Velazquez 8, Madrid
from $150
NH Collection Palacio de Tepa
NH Collection Palacio de Tepa
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3.8
1132 reviews
Calle de San Sebastián 2, Madrid
from $146
Villa Real Hotel
Villa Real Hotel
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3.7
1232 reviews
Plaza de las Cortes 10, Madrid
from $112
Hotel Gran Versalles
Hotel Gran Versalles
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4.1
3382 reviews
Covarrubias 4, Madrid
from $72
Vincci Capitol
Vincci Capitol
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3.8
1853 reviews
Gran Via 41, Madrid
from $82
Gran Melia Fenix
Gran Melia Fenix
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3.8
1097 reviews
Hermosilla 2, Madrid
from $172
Hotel Quatro Puerta Del Sol
Hotel Quatro Puerta Del Sol
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3.7
1739 reviews
Sevilla 4, Madrid
from $53
TRYP Madrid Cibeles Hotel
TRYP Madrid Cibeles Hotel
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4.0
1373 reviews
Calle de Mesonero Romanos 13, Madrid
from $69
Hotel Atlantico Madrid
Hotel Atlantico Madrid
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4.4
3630 reviews
Gran Via 38, Madrid
from $142
Ayre Gran Hotel Colon
Ayre Gran Hotel Colon
C/ del Pez Volador, 1, Madrid
from $40
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Tucked behind the Paseo del Prado is Huertas, nicknamed "Neighborhood of Literature." Great literary figures from Madrid's Golden Age called Huertas home, including playwright Lope de Vega, whose house can still be visited. The neighborhood bears this literary heritage proudly, with its poetry-engraved streets and distinct bohemian flair. Narrow tree-lined Calle de Huertas is famed for its nighttime bar and jazz scene, notably Café Populart, which offers free jazz and blues concerts every night. The Barrio de las Letras is a historic Hemingway hangout: the Cervecería Alemana on Plaza Santa Ana and La Venencia on Calle Echegaray were some of the writer's favorite haunts.

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