Hotels near Paseo del Prado
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
The Paseo del Prado is known as the "Golden Triangle" as the home of Madrid's three most famous museums: Museo del Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Reina Sofia. Inside you'll find wall-to-wall masterpieces, and outside a pleasant green area with wide, tree-lined boulevards and a park-covered island with benches and fountains. Although this is a touristy area, it's less crowded than Sol and offers nice restaurants and bars in the plaza just opposite the Prado Museum. The side streets behind the museum are mostly residential, but include some architecturally intriguing townhouses.

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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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The Paseo del Prado is known as the "Golden Triangle" as the home of Madrid's three most famous museums: Museo del Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Reina Sofia. Inside you'll find wall-to-wall masterpieces, and outside a pleasant green area with wide, tree-lined boulevards and a park-covered island with benches and fountains. Although this is a touristy area, it's less crowded than Sol and offers nice restaurants and bars in the plaza just opposite the Prado Museum. The side streets behind the museum are mostly residential, but include some architecturally intriguing townhouses.

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