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Best Madrid vacation rentals

Most recommended vacation rentals in Madrid

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Compostela Suites - Madrid - Living room
Compostela Suites
7.8 Good
San Blas-Canillejas$153+
Free Wi-Fi
Pierre & Vacances Apartamentos Edificio Eurobuilding 2 - Madrid - Pool
Free Wi-Fi
Suites You Zinc
7.8 Good
Free Wi-Fi
Gran View Apartments
8.7 Very Good
Free Wi-Fi
Smartrental Gran Via 47
7.2 Good
Free Wi-Fi
Hostel Pepe Viajes
5.1 Fair
Puente de Vallecas$60+
Free Wi-Fi
4.9 Mediocre
San Blas-Canillejas$54+
Free Wi-Fi
Espoz habitaciones
6.7 Okay
Free Wi-Fi
Apartamentos Juan Bravo
8.2 Very Good
Free Wi-Fi
aparment puerto Alto
6 Okay
Puente de Vallecas$60+
Free Wi-Fi
Smartr Atocha Reina Sofia
8.3 Very Good
Free Wi-Fi

Vacation rentals near Puerta del Sol

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Apartamentos Juan Bravo - Madrid
Apartamentos Juan Bravo
8.2 Very Good
Free Wi-Fi

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When to book a holiday rental in Madrid

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Top tips for finding Madrid vacation rental deals

  • First-time visitors to Madrid should book a Madrid holiday rental in Centro Madrid. Staying in the heart of the city will make it easier to explore the Spanish capital, from the stately shopping streets to the historical palaces to the excellent restaurants. Plaza Mayor By Monaro is only about 200 metres from Plaza Mayor.
  • One of the coolest neighbourhoods in Madrid is Malasana, which was the centre of the La Movida counterculture movement in the mid-1970s. Today, it is packed with vintage boutiques, hip bars, contemporary eateries and many Madrid holiday rentals, such as Malasana Central Suites.
  • The Salamanca district is one of the most expensive neighbourhoods in Madrid, best known for luxury properties, upscale dining and exclusive shopping along Calle Serrano. Mit House Salamanca Confort X En Madrid has modern apartments in this area.
  • If you’re looking for street art, international cuisine and hip bars, Lavapies is the place to be. One of the most multicultural neighbourhoods in Madrid, you can browse through the wares at El Rastro Flea Market on Sundays.
  • North of the city centre, Chamberi is a residential neighbourhood with plenty of green spaces, including the expansive Casa de Campo park. If you’re thinking about staying in Madrid for an extended period, you can find Madrid holiday homes, apartments and top hotels in this area, such as The Pavilions Madrid Hotel.
  • Adults only, pool, and air-conditioned are the most popular holiday rental property amenities in Madrid
  • Holiday rentals in Madrid are around 12% more expensive than hotels on average. Search here to compare prices for all accommodation types in Madrid.
  • The best holiday rental properties in Madrid are Arenal Suites Puerta del Sol (9.5, 988 reviews), Bob W Arte (9.3, 1,484), and Plaza de España Skyline (9.2, 1,774), based on ratings and reviews from real travellers.
  • Villaverde is the neighbourhood in Madrid with the most affordable holiday rental properties (27 properties with an average price of $143 per night). Habitación Familiar, Villaverde Rooms, privada baño compartido and CriteriaHome! nice&easy are the most popular rental properties in Villaverde.
  • If you’re looking for a cheap holiday rental in Madrid, you should consider visiting during the low season. The cheapest holiday homes in Madrid can be found in February and November.
  • The cheapest night for renting a holiday home in Madrid is Tuesday. In contrast, the most expensive is Thursday.
  • Book your Madrid holiday rental more than 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price.
  • Holiday rentals are a popular choice for both long and short-term stays. KAYAK users usually book their holiday rental in Madrid for 2 days.
  • The cheapest Madrid holiday rental found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was $173, while the most expensive was $263.

FAQs when booking a holiday home in Madrid

  • How much is a holiday rental for a week in Madrid?

    The average price for a weekly Madrid holiday rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is $2,869.

  • How much is a holiday rental for a month in Madrid?

    The average price for a monthly Madrid holiday rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is $12,295.

  • What types of holiday rentals are available in Madrid?

    There are loads of different property types that you can make your holiday home in Madrid. You’ll find apartments, condos and homestays.

  • What are some of the most-loved holiday rentals available in Madrid?

    There are many types of properties available for Madrid holiday rentals. If you’re looking for something special, holiday rentals most loved by KAYAK users are Pierre & Vacances Apartamentos Edificio Eurobuilding 2 and Apartamentos Juan Bravo.

  • Are there any pet-friendly holiday rentals in Madrid?

    There are a number of dog and pet-friendly Madrid holiday rentals, with around 9% allowing you to bring your pet along with you.

  • How much is a holiday rental in Madrid?

    KAYAK users have found holiday rentals in Madrid for as cheap as $124 in the last 3 days. The average price is $410.

  • How much is a holiday rental in Madrid for tonight?

    In the last 72 hours, users have found Madrid holiday rentals for tonight for as low as $119. Search here for similar prices

  • Which are the most popular neighbourhoods to stay in Madrid?

    Holiday rentals in Salamanca, Chamberí and Tetuán have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Madrid's different neighbourhoods, check out our Madrid's City Guide.

  • How can I find holiday rentals near me in Madrid?

    Take a look at our holiday rentals map to find the best holiday rental homes near you.

  • Where should I stay if I want to visit Madrid’s museums?

    Barrio de Las Letras is a great base if you want to spend your days exploring Madrid’s world-class museums, such as Prado Museum, Reina Sofia Museum and Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. Atocha Museos offers contemporary accommodation only a short stroll from the Golden Triangle of Art. The literary quarter is also packed with tapas bars, restaurants and cafes, particularly around Plaza de Santa Ana.

  • Which neighbourhoods in Madrid are known to be LGBTQ+ friendly?

    Located east of Malasana, Chueca has been the centre of queer life in Madrid since the late 1980s. Home to plenty of bars and clubs, the historic neighbourhood is also popular with foodies due to the wealth of places to dine, from tapas bars to upscale restaurants. Try to book early if you are visiting Madrid during the annual Pride festival and parade in July, as hotels are generally booked out months in advance. Visitors will find many self-catering Madrid holiday homes in this area, such as the Figueroa Design apartments.

  • What are the benefits of a self-catering holiday home in Madrid?

    Booking a Madrid holiday rental with self-catering facilities allows you to save money while you’re in Madrid by preparing your own meals. This is a great option if you have dietary restrictions or are travelling with young children. Self-catering holiday homes are also usually more spacious and offer practical facilities such as washing machines. MiniEstudios Plaza de Espana boasts a great central location and a fully equipped kitchen.

  • Where should I stay if I’m planning a family holiday to Madrid?

    East of the centre, Paseo del Prado is a quiet, picturesque neighbourhood that is ideal for families. A great base for exploring the city, it has good public transport connections to the rest of the city. The nearby El Retiro Park is a great place for children to spend time outdoors. Apartamentos Madrid Alfonso XII 22 in Paseo del Prado is within walking distance of shops, museums, the botanical gardens and kid-friendly restaurants.

Where to stay in Madrid?

Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Madrid by showing you the exact location of each holiday rental.

Landmarks in Madrid