The city of Madrid now has 865 hotel establishments, with almost 90,500 beds. This is three points above the figures for 2019, when the city had 87,648 beds and 841 hotels.
The councillor responsible for Tourism, Almudena Maíllo, who visited the new Hotel Montera Madrid, from the Curio Collection by Hilton, in the Centro district, highlighted the commitment that the hotel sector is making to the city and the significant increase in the supply in the capital, both in quantity and quality, especially in the higher category establishments. The capital already has 38 five-star hotels, a figure that will continue to grow in the coming years with the opening of projects already underway in the historic centre of Madrid.
More than 65% of Madrid’s hotel rooms correspond to 4 and 5 star establishments and the number of beds in these two categories exceeds 60,000. Visitors’ positive perception of the capital’s hotel infrastructures is also growing. According to the Business Perception Survey 2022, 98.4% of those surveyed rate Madrid’s hotels positively or very positively.
Maíllo stressed that “the drive of certain sectors and areas of activity have been decisive in boosting the city as the number one destination in terms of travel interest, and in placing Madrid among the four best urban destinations in the world”. The councillor praised the fact that such a prestigious chain as Hilton has landed in Madrid with this high-end line, and recalled that the capital “is one of the main urban destinations in terms of hotel investment in Europe, with no less than 1,270 million euros in the last two years. We have earned the confidence of investors thanks to the economic and fiscal policies of this City Council”, he added.