Hotel Fénix Gran Meliá

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fromUSD $362*night
Includes all taxes & fees
*Based on a 3 night stay, from Fri, Feb 14 to Mon, Feb 17. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

Madrid, Spain

Hotel Fénix Gran Meliá

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What it is

A dazzling and legendary grande dame with fanciful architecture, 170 fairytale guest rooms, locally beloved restaurants, Thai spa treatment room, and more.

What it isn't

Landlocked. Guests can test drive their fleet of Audi Q8 e-trons at their leisure.

What we think

The Beatles were here. David Beckham, too. Since 1953, Hotel Fénix has served as a showstopping retreat for those that would rather not be named. And no wonder, with its peerless service and entrancing design that could suit everyone from a Gilded Age robber baron to today’s viral Instagram influencers (note the rounded stained glass ceiling in the lobby). Despite its relatively cozy floor plan (starting at 269 square feet), the Classic rooms feel sumptuous, with their 300-thread-count bed linens, pillow menus, and storybook bed canopies. But to feel like a member of Spain’s royal family—i.e. The House of Bourbon—book the Grand Premium with Jacuzzi, which has a cinematic terrace complete with an ornate gazebo and whirlpool tub in the open air.

You're here because

The Technogym equipment in the pristine fitness center is exactly the type of thing you need to come home to after a day of churros and chocolate-dipped manolitos.

The Moment

You never expected to have some of the best sushi of your life in Spain, but here you are…and it is. The hotel’s Zuma restaurant, helmed by Chef Rainer Becker, is akin to anything you tried in Tokyo—and has a stellar library of sake to boot.

Restaurants & Bars

Zuma - Serving Japanese cuisine and offers 3 different culinary experiences: a delicious selection of contemporary dishes, a robata grill and a sushi bar.

Fénix Cocktail Bar - In an atmosphere oozing the Spanish art of a life well lived, come and treat your senses to the best signature cocktails

Aduana Restaurant - Take in jaw-dropping views of the trendy district of Salamanca and taste mouth-watering fusion cuisine.


The tony Salamanca district, just two blocks walk from the National Archeological Museum, where you can roam halls of relics in a Neoclassical structure erected circa 1895.

Calle Hermosilla 2
Madrid, 28001

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