The Ritz Hotel of Madrid is a five star luxury hotel, built in a Baroque Palace inaugurated in 1910, according to the wishes of King Alfonso XIII. It enjoys a privileged location in the Golden Triangle of Madrid and in front of the Prado and Thyssen museums. The emblematic Ritz Hotel has become over the years a meeting point of the Spanish high society.
It is currently managed by the exclusive Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group chain. Since October 2, 2010 it is considered a centenary hotel in Madrid.
The hotel has different restaurants, one informal in the garden and the other, of more higher category, that is called Goya and extends to the top floor of the terrace.
The hotel has an intimate garden in its chamfer. The terrace and garden of the establishment is fenced with an iron fence and accessed from various positions, one of which is from the Goya Restaurant.
Alfonso XIII for banquets
You can found from the traditional Spanish tapas to the most innovative culinary creations. The restaurants of the Ritz Hotel are among the best in Madrid.
Traditional afternoon tea with sandwiches, light dishes and cakes in The Hall.
The Royal Suite is the most impressive suite. It has two large bedrooms and two luxurious living rooms. The lavish master bedroom has a beautiful handmade king-size bed. The suite also has a second bedroom with double beds, two spacious living rooms and three marble bathrooms. The luxurious decor includes crystal chandeliers, high-quality paintings, original wood paneling, beautiful antiques and a delicate vase from the Ming Dynasty.
Includes the limousine shuttle service to and from the airport.
The Royal Suite
During his story there has been countless anecdotes and visits of historical figures, from Ernest Hemingway to Gracia de Monaco and Rainier (who celebrated his honeymoon in a suite at the Ritz), or cinema and music stars such as Ava Gardner, Michelle Pfeiffer, Madonna and many more.
It was a real pleasure for us to be able to experience it in the first person. Very grateful to the director of the hotel and the head of the Public Relations Department for such a wonderful deal.