Built at the direction of King Alfonso XIII in 1912, the Westin Palace was recently restored to its original splendor. Set near the Prado, notable museums, and historic monuments, it was ranked as the #1 hotel in Spain in Condé Nast Traveler’s 2008 Gold List. The magnificent building, highlighted by an enormous stained glass dome, has long been a center of Spanish society. Each of the beautiful guestrooms has been updated with all modern conveniences and is exquisitely decorated with antique furnishings and original mahogany and plaster details. The hotel’s amenities feature many restaurants, a newly renovated fitness center overlooking the city, and a wellbeing center.
Full of natural light each deluxe room offers a restful décor, rich mahogany furniture and luxurious fabrics create calm, relaxing environment. Give in to relaxation and settle down in the comfy armchair to enjoy a drink from the in-room refreshment center or dip into the room’s many entertainment options. Slide into the heavenly bed which features a signature mattress for a good night’s rest. Soak in the deep tub or dive into the heavenly shower to revive and refresh. fluffy bathrobes, slippers, and soothing bath and beauty products complete the journey to relaxation.
With a light and airy layout the premium rooms offer the perfect setting to recharge both mind and body. Relax and unwind in an atmosphere of Old World glamour created by a combination of warm colors, mahogany furniture, rich fabrics and classic decorative touches. Enticing entertainment options include a TV with pay-to-view movies and access to guest services. The centerpiece of each premium room is the hotel’s signature Bed ensures you awake totally revived and revitalized. The marble bathroom has a deep soaking tub, which incorporates a shower, twin vanities and a selection of refreshing bath and beauty products.
The supremely comfortable executive rooms aim to refresh mind and body to ensure you stay at your productive best. For versatility, and convenience for families, most rooms connect to an adjoining Executive Room. Rooms include free high speed internet access and complimentary pay per view movies.
A palette of soothing colors greets guests as they enter the tranquil Junior Suites. These suites are perfect for business or leisure travelers who require a high level of comfort combined with a restful residential ambience. Rooms include an independent bedroom and living room, second TV in bedroom, free Wi-Fi access, and complimentary pay per view movies.
With a light and airy layout the premium view rooms offer energizing views of Madrid, with the iconic Neptune Fountain and Prado Museum as the alluring focal point. Relax and unwind in an atmosphere of Old World glamour created by a combination of warm colors, mahogany furniture, rich fabrics and classic decorative touches. Enticing entertainment options include a TV with pay-to-view movies and access to guest services. The centerpiece of each premium room is the hotel’s signature Bed ensures you awake totally revived and revitalized. The marble bathroom has a deep soaking tub, which incorporates a shower, twin vanities and a selection of refreshing bath and beauty products.
These suites are perfect for business or leisure travelers who require a high level of comfort combined with a restful residential ambience. Each Executive Suite Rooms features early 20th-century Spanish touches, such as decorative ceiling moldings, mahogany armoires and classic occasional furniture. A feature wall of stunning, flocked, French-print fabric provides an eye-catching focus. Spectacular views of the Neptune Fountain and the Prado Museum can be seen from the bedroom and separate living room with a large sofa, armchair and reading light. The spacious, marble-floored bathroom features twin vanities, a relaxing deep-soaking tub and a separate Westin Heavenly Shower. A range of refreshing toiletries, cozy bathrobes and complimentary slippers help create a gentle restorative experience.
The Westin Palace, Madrid’s restaurant, La Rotonda, is the perfect place for guests to refuel. Energize your morning with a visit to the extensive breakfast buffet which features a wide range of traditional dishes from around the globe. As the lights are dimmed for dinner, La queRotonda becomes the rendezvous for hungry travelers. À la carte dishes focus on natural regional Spanish flavors. Compliment your culinary combinations and relax with a glass of fine Spanish wine.
Within the spectacular environs of Asia Gallery - the hotel’s haute-Chinese dining venue - a mouthwatering range of Cantonese delights awaits discovery. As soon as you enter the restaurant its atmospheric decor immediately catches the eye. The entrance hall is furnished with oriental pieces and a statuesque Buddha. There are ten varieties of the traditional southern Chinese delicacy: dim sum, sautéed lobster with Szechuan pepper, duck breast with plum sauce, the favorite Peking duck and three exciting degustation menus.
Green Tea is a small and cozy Sushi Bar where guests can enjoy Japanese live cooking and some Spanish "Tapas". It is also a perfect place for cocktail lovers offering a wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic choices.
Museo Bar is the perfect place to chill out and relax. The tempting drinks list features an extensive range of premium labels and cocktails ranging from old favorites to more recent creations. 1912 Museo Bar is also an excellent place to sample some of Spain’s wonderful wines by the glass, while its large selection of Champagne and Spanish cava will tempt those in celebratory mood to continue their revelry into the night.
Perched on the top floor of the hotel with stimulating views across Madrid, the health and fitness facility offers plenty of potential for toning and powering up at your own pace.