The Gran Hotel Ingles is the oldest hotel in Madrid and first opened its doors in 1886. While the hotel has since been restored and converted into a more modern luxury hotel, it maintains many of the same classic features for the 19th-century. In 1892, the hotel became well-known and was published in newspapers around the world. The Gran Hotel Ingles was refurbished in 1964 and private bathrooms were added to each of the rooms, lowering the room count from 110 to 58.
Today, the hotel stands as a glorious building in the center of Madrid where it is known for its David Rockwell textures, bronze furniture, and leathered panels. Guests enjoy being pampered in the wellness center and drinking 5-star cocktails at the classy cocktail bar. There are also plenty of private dining spaces and meeting rooms for larger groups who come to Madrid for celebrations, company meetings, and holidays. The staff at The Gran Hotel Ingles want to give you an unforgettable experience and the hotel's personal touches don't go unnoticed.