Hotel Ritz Madrid - Closed for renovations until late 2019

Madrid Luxury hotel
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ChainMandarin Oriental Hotels
Mandarin Oriental Hotels
Total meeting space1,300 sq. m
Guest rooms162
Plaza de la Lealtad 5
Madrid 28014




Spain's Leading Hotel 2004.


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Room service
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Urban)


  • Free airport shuttle
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club

Venue accessible by

  • Airport shuttle
  • Subway
  • Train

Meeting space

Total meeting space1,300 sq. m
Meeting rooms5
Largest room595 sq. m
Second largest room296 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms162


Local Attractions


10 minutes away
Built in 1916, this market is the finest example of cast-iron architecture in Madrid. Today it is a temple to gastronomy, home to 33 stalls selling mouth-watering products and select ingredients, offering food to take home or to consume right there on the premises.
Plaza de San Miguel, s/n

Plaza Mayor

Historical landmark
5 minutes away
This porticoed square lies at the heart of Hapsburg Madrid, the old part of the city and one of its most charming districts. Before Madrid became a capital city, with its wide avenues and boulevards, its footprint consisted of narrow streets, alleys and passageways, which today take us back to the times of swashbuckling swordsmen and medieval rogues. The foundations of Plaza Mayor were laid, when Philip II's court moved to Madrid, on the site of the former Plaza del Arrabal, where the town's most popular market was located towards the end of the 15th century. In 1617, architect Juan Gómez de Mora was commissioned to create a greater uniformity amongst the buildings in this location, which for centuries had hosted popular entertainments, bullfights, beatifications, coronations and the occasional auto de fe.
Plaza Mayor

Bernabéu Stadium

20 minutes away
The new Bernabeu Tour is now a reality. The museum, now much more modern, interactive, and audiovisual, includes two new rooms: the ‘Best Club in History' and an area in honor of Alfredo Di Stefano. Open to the public for 363 days and with close to a million visitors, the Bernabeu Tour is one of the city's main tourist attractions, and it receives visitors from all kinds of countries. In this way, Real Madrid continues with its commitment to continual improvement and renovation and takes another step with this project to bring its trademark, history, tradition, and values closer to fans all over the world.
Av de Concha Espina, 1

Madrid's Royal Palace

Historical landmark
10 minutes away
The Palacio Real, or Royal Palace, is Madrid's largest building and possibly its most beautiful. It is located next to the equally beautiful Plaza de Oriente square. The palace was initially designed by Filippo Juvarra to accommodate the court of Felipe V, a total of more than 3000 courtiers. Juan Bautista Sacchetti initiated the building project in 1737 and Francisco Sabatini and Ventura Rodríguez terminated the works. It is surrounded by the beautiful Sabatini and Campo del Moro parks.
Calle Bailén s/n.

Retiro Park

1 km away
The Buen Retiro Park is the one of the largest parks of the city of Madrid, Spain. The park belonged to the Spanish Monarchy until the late 19th century, when it became a public park. The Buen Retiro Park is the one of the largest parks of the city of Madrid, Spain. The park belonged to the Spanish Monarchy until the late 19th century, when it became a public park.
Plaza de la Independencia, 7
Madrid, ES 28001

The Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid

5 minutes away
The Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid, Spain Madrid's 18th century hospital was beautifully remodelled and converted into a museum in 1992, with two panoramic glass lifts standing out in the façade. In 2005 it added an extension designed by French architect Jean Nouvel. Its official name is the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Many of its art works were transferred from the nearby Prado, and it's now a treasure-house of contemporary and modern art. Two of the floors are devoted to temporary exhibits, while the other two are for the permanent collection which also covers Abstract, Pop, and Minimal Art movements.
Calle de Santa Isabel, 52

Teatro de la Zarzuela

1 km away
The Teatro de la Zarzuela is a theatre in Madrid, Spain. The theatre is today mainly devoted to zarzuela, as well as operetta and recitals. Modeled on the La Scala theatre in Milan, shaped like a horseshoe with three levels of boxes, it was opened to the public on 10 October 1856, on the birthday of Queen Isabella II, providing a venue for "Zarzuela Theatre", which combines spoken scenes with scenes that include song and dance. Its promoters were established masters of the time such as Francisco Asenjo Barbieri, Rafael Calleja Gómez, Joaquín Gaztambide, Rafael Hernando, José Inzenga, baritono Francisco de Salas, librettist Luis de Olona and composer Cristóbal Oudrid, under Francisco de las Rivas, an important banker.
Jovellanos, 4
Madrid, ES 28014

Thyssen Bornemisza

1 minute away
Created in 1988, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation pioneered a new formula for the private management of public assets in Spain, and its efficacy has been apparent ever since the museum opened its doors in October 1992. Since that time, both the museum and the foundation that manages it have grown and evolved, expanding the collections and facilities with the addition of the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection as a long-term loan in 2004 and the extension of the Villahermosa Palace, as well as increasing the number and variety of activities, temporary exhibitions and educational programmes
Paseo del Prado 8
Madrid, ES 28014

Distance from airport

  • 15 km from venue


Dear client, For more than 100 years, Hotel Ritz, Madrid has been an icon in this vibrant city. We are on an extensive restoration, closing the hotel from February 28th 2018 until late 2019. Upon re-opening, the hotel will feature stunning new facilities and services which will enhance the property’s appeal while maintaining its unique character enhancing the property’s appeal while celebrating Cesar Ritz’s pioneering spirit. This, combined with Mandarin Oriental’s exemplary service, will ensure the property retains its legendary status as one of the world’s great hotels. Thank you for your great support during all these years and we look forward to work with you again upon our re opening. Kind regards, Christian Tavelli General Manager