Traveling to Madrid? Let us help you find the perfect short-term vacation rental in Madrid! You’ll save money over staying in a hotel and have more space—plus you’ll really get to know Madrid by living as a local. Visit local markets for delicious fresh ingredients and prepare a few meals in your Madrid vacation rental’s well-equipped kitchen, or simply relax on your balcony with a glass of cava and people-watch. Our unbiased reviews of Madrid vacation rentals allow you to know exactly what you’re getting—former guests definitely tell it like it is.
Many travelers prefer a vacation rental in Madrid’s historic city center. Rent a Madrid vacation apartment near Plaza Mayor to be close to fantastic nightlife options, or choose a Madrid vacation rental in the Gran Via/Plaza de Espana area for great shopping, cafes and restaurants. Salamanca is a fashionable district home to many elegant luxury apartments; Chamartin is another charming corner of Madrid.
Your Madrid vacation rental will put you within easy reach of many of Madrid’s top attractions. Must-see museums in Madrid include the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Museo Nacional del Prado and the Museo de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando. Don’t miss the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, either—it’s one of the finest private collections of art in the world.
Madrid has plenty of hotels, but they’re generally not set up to cater to families’ needs. The spacious suite-type rooms you may be used to booking in the States are nowhere to be seen. That’s why a vacation rental in Madrid is often a smart choice for families. Try a luxury two-bedroom apartment rental in Madrid and give the kids their own bedroom… or book a vacation home in Madrid with five bedrooms and bring your extended family for an unforgettable vacation. Where should you stay with kids? Our vote would go to the Casa de Campo area, which is home to the Madrid Zoo and Amusement Park.
Budget-minded travelers can find a great vacation rental in Madrid, even though the city itself, like most major European cities, can be expensive. Consider traveling in the off-season—October is beautiful, and even the winter months can be a fun time to see Madrid. Then, check our special deals on Madrid vacation rentals. Finally, always read reviews of Madrid vacation rentals you’re considering—it’s not a good deal if it’s a crummy apartment!