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Charming Hotels for a Getaway in the Region of Madrid

Written by Laura

Taking a trip every once in a while, either with your romantic partner or are your own, is a great opportunity to get away from the stress of everyday life and break up your routine a little bit. There’s so many reasons to get away for a few tranquil days; celebration of a special event, a birthday trip, a romantic getaway or simply for the chance to indulge yourself a little. One of the most important things to figure out before going on your trip is where you’ll be staying, and what kind of hotel you want to opt for. It’s important that it is comfortable and cozy and that is creates a perfect environment for your relaxing stay. If you have a plan in the works for a weekend away, be sure to read this article from ShMadrid where we lay out some of the most charming hotels in the Comunidad de Madrid.

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A hotel for your perfect escape

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If you are looking to get away and post up in a rural hotel with your sweetheart for a few days, Hotel Rural las Rozuelas, located at Crta. de las Dehesas, 45 – Cercedilla is a great option. Nestled in the Sierra del Guadarrama, this hotel what was originally a stone home built in the 1940s that has since been marvelously restored. Surrounded by pines, willows, ash trees, cedar and wild rose bushes, this hotel offers the tranquil environment that will get you out of your day-to-day headspace. All of the rooms in this hotel offer large terraces with views of the natural scenery, and each are decorated distinctly and tastefully. Bathrooms are equipped with hydromassage showers and their two suite rooms also feature a Jacuzzi and sauna. Another option is the Los Cinco Enebros hotel, located at Almenara, 33 – Robledo de Chavela. This hotel is also in the middle of a beautiful natural area, between the Sierra del Guadarrama and the Sierra de Gredos. Along with being perfectly integrated into the countryside, this hotel offers a lovely and relaxing garden and pool for visitors to enjoy, as well as a thermal-circuit spa and massage services. When it comes time to eat, you can head to the Mediterranean-style restaurant that has earned two of the prestigious Repsol Sun awards for their culinary service, and then head back to your comfortable king-size bed for the night. There’s so many things that make Los Cinco Enebros the perfect spot for a couple days of luxury, without having to go too far outside of the Spanish capital.

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Hotel Spa La Casa del Convento, a family business that opened its doors in 2009, is another great hotel option located at Zurita, 7 – Chinchón in an emblematic 17th century building. This lovely hotel specializes in personalized and exquisite care for their guests; at their spa, you can try refreshing natural treatments or go back to your beautiful wooden room equipped with a hydromassage bath. They also offer an excellent menu at their traditional Spanish restaurant, as well as a relaxing lobby and library. An ideal spot for a few days of rejuvenation. Lastly, the Hotel Box Art Hotel – La Torre (Paseo Rosales, 48 – Collado Mediado) is an adults-only luxury waiting to be experienced. Set up in a 19th century mansion, this hotel is the perfect place to stay for an amazing romantic and gastronomic experience. Sophisticated rooms are designed to offer maximum comfort to guests, and you can enjoy private passageways from your room to the spa. In the summer, you can spend the afternoon poolside with a cocktail in hand or wander through the rustic and beautiful gardens. The restaurant Koma, located within the mansion, offers a traditional menu with some creative and avant-garde touches, prepared with the expertise of head chef Rubén Amro.

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American journalist writing about the beautiful country of Spain. Her passions include news and feature writing, Spanish language and culture and the outdoors.

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