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Madrid (MAD-Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas) Hotels

A major global hub, Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) is a world leader in stress-free travel. With sinuous curves, soft lighting, and glass-paneled walls, it’s no surprise that it has awards for both passenger satisfaction and architectural design. With fast shuttles between outlying terminals, it’s easy to get around. Direct metro and bus services link the airport with central Madrid, so you’ll soon be out exploring the iconic museums and parks of this elegant European capital.

Hotels in Madrid (MAD-Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas)

From cheap and cheerful guesthouses to 5-star complexes, the hotels near Madrid Airport offer something to suit every budget. Looking for a luxury stay? The high-end hotels offer cutting-edge design, some with unique 2-story suites. Gourmet restaurants serve up innovative cuisine, and there’s 24-hour room service on hand. Meanwhile, Madrid’s guesthouses are an absolute bargain. WiFi is widely available, and some offer self-catering facilities.

Where to stay

If you’re between flights, choose one of the hotels in Barajas, the district just west of the airport. You’ll have great transport links to the city center, as well as shuttle services to the terminals. To soak up Madrid’s culture, stay around the shopping district of Gran Via, where bustling shops and handsome Art Deco sights are lined up. The Prado Museum and the grand statues of Plaza de Espana are other attractions.

How to get to Madrid (MAD-Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas)

From central Madrid, the metro is one of the quickest and easiest ways to get to and from the Airport. From the Nuevo Ministerios station, the L8 line takes about 20 minutes. Buses also run between the airport and several stops in central Madrid, while the main airport bus station is the terminal for routes across the country. Taxis and hire cars are of course readily available.

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