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NH Madrid Chamberi 3.0

Chamberi, Madrid, Community of Madrid

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  • Great location on a quiet street in the hip Rios Rosas neighborhood
  • Close to many bars, shops, and restaurants, as well as subway links
  • Bright, modern rooms decorated in tasteful neutral tones
  • Flat-screen TVs, minibars, safes, and rainfall showers come standard
  • Upgraded units add Nespresso machines and/or sitting areas
  • Country-chic dining room serves expansive buffet breakfast
  • Bar and tapas served in Arzabal eatery
  • Free property-wide Wi-Fi


  • Removed from the center of Madrid
  • Hotel is light on amenities -- no pool, gym, or spa
  • No kettles or coffeemakers in lower-category units

Bottom Line

The mid-range NH Madrid Chamberi is a smartly decorated, 2016-renovated business hotel in the quiet Chamberi district, which is quieter than the center of town, but still has plenty of transport links and restaurants. The 56 minimalist rooms are primarily decorated in soft neutral tones and simple wooden furniture, and they're outfitted with rainfall showerheads, smart TVs, free Wi-Fi, and minibars. Upgraded units add Nespresso machines and/or sitting areas. Expansive buffet breakfasts are served in the attractive, country-chic restaurant with a bar. Additionally, there are no wellness facilities of any kind. Guests looking for a hotel with a more central location might want to check out the Hotel Preciados VIP.

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Bright and contemporary hotel with minimalist feel

The NH Madrid Chamberi was renovated in 2016, resulting in an attractive, minimalist feel that incorporates lots of natural materials and neutral tones. The lobby's dark marble floors, slatted ceiling, and accent walls with a moody forest scene and black graphic designs are stylish, but the centerpiece is a sculpture made from rings of burnished, rusted metal stacked one atop the other. The restaurant and bar is decorated in a shabby-chic style, with rustic wood paneling, country plates hanging on the walls, and metal chairs with brown-leather cushions. Shelves of wine and a chalkboard menu complete the look. Guests are a near-even split of business travelers in Madrid for work, and tourists looking to explore the city without staying in the pricier center of town.  


In the quiet, but well-connected Chamberi district 

The hotel is located on a small side street in the Rios Rosas neighborhood of the Chamberi district. There's plenty of restaurants and nightlife in the immediate area, and a metro station is located within a block of the hotel.

Rios Rosas is one of six major subdivisions of Chamberi. It's a surprisingly pedestrian-friendly area located close to the financial district. A subtle and charming blend of corporate offices, residences, and lots of nightlife geared towards people in their early 30s make up this neighborhood. Low-key partying, dining, and convenient access to other areas of the city make it popular with young professionals and well-heeled couples.

  • 17-minute drive to Madrid-Barajas Airport
  • 13-minute subway ride to shopping on Gran Via
  • 18-minute subway ride to Plaza de Castilla, the financial district
  • 21-minute subway ride to Atocha train station
  • 21-minute subway ride to Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor
  • 21-minute subway ride to La Latina, a nightlife hotspot
  • 21-minute subway ride to Plaza de Oriente, home to the Royal Palace, the Royal Theater, and Sabatini Gardens
  • 23-minute subway ride to Reina Sofia Museum
  • 23-minute subway ride to Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
  • 25-minute subway ride to Retiro Park, Madrid's most famous garden
  • 26-minute subway ride to El Prado Museum
  • 26-minute subway ride to Templo de Debod Park, with great views and an original Egyptian temple


Light, modern rooms with flat-screen TVs and rainfall showers

The NH Madrid Chamberi's 56 rooms are all decorated similarly to downstairs, with natural materials and neutral tones, albeit in a lighter and less-busy fashion. They have minimalist white wooden furniture, wooden floors, soft-tone walls, and bed linens, though some add red bed throws or armchairs. Standard Rooms have either two twin beds or a queen-size bed, as well as a desk and chair, while upgraded units have space for a foldout bed or separate sitting spaces. All rooms have flat-screen TVs, wardrobes with safes, minibars, and free Wi-Fi, but only higher-category units come with kettles or Nespresso coffee machines and bathrobes. Some Junior Suites and Super XL Rooms have terraces with smart wooden furniture. Marble bathrooms have rainfall showers or shower/tub combos, plus NH-brand toiletries and quality hairdryers.


Buffet breakfasts, restaurant serving tapas and wine, and free Wi-Fi

The NH Madrid Chamberi has the typical amenities for a mid-range city hotel, lacking a pool, gym, and spa. As is typical with the NH brand, an expansive buffet breakfast is offered (included in some room rates), consisting of a variety of charcuterie and cheeses, breads and pastries, churros, and tortillas. By night, the breakfast room doubles as Arzabal restaurant and bar, serving traditional Spanish tapas and a variety of drinks. A business center is on-site, and a conference room with audiovisual equipment can be rented. Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout the hotel.

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