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Set within a renovated 19th-century palace in Madrid’s affluent Salamanca area, the Unico Hotel is perfect for those looking for a romantic city-break in Madrid. The historic heritage of the building has been respected, and you are surrounded by regal architecture such as lofty ceilings and beautiful marble mosaics.
Foodies will want to book a table at Unico Hotel’s restaurant, Ramon Freixa Madrid, which is regularly listed amongst the top eating spots in the city, and has been awarded two Michelin stars. The restaurant serves exquisite tasting menus that champion seasonal produce and cutting-edge gastronomy, and in the mornings the restaurant serves fantastically good breakfasts.
There are 44 guest rooms at Unico Hotel, spread throughout the six floors of the renovated palace. Rooms are styled with warm, neutral colours, and are inspired by historic aristocratic residences, lending a touch of luxury to your stay here. It’s worth noting that some rooms can come up a bit small, so it’s worth booking a pricier room if space is an issue.
Hotel Unico has several comfortable salons, from which you can gaze at the peaceful tranquility of the garden, or watch the world go by on calle Claudio Coello. If you fancy pampering yourself, the Wellness Suite offers a range of massages and beauty treatments by Natura Bissé, as well as a fully-equipped modern fitness centre for those that want to keep active.
Hotel Unico is located just off of calle Serrano, known as Madrid’s ‘Golden Mile’ and home to a number of upmarket boutiques, making it ideal for those that want to enjoy a spot of high-end shopping. The Salamanca neighbourhood is slightly further out from the centre of Madrid, however there are still some fascinating spots to visit: bibliophiles and history buffs will find the nearby National Library and adjacent National Museum of Archaeology particularly interesting. The lovely green spaces of Retiro Park are a slightly further walk away, as are some of the well-known galleries such as the Prado; these can also easily be reached by Madrid’s excellent public transport network.