Halal Hotels Madrid

At the end of 2019, there were approximately 2.1 million Muslims in Spain, most of them of Spanish and Moroccan nationality, with upwards of eight hundred thousand believers in both cases
By Crescent Rating, Spain is 37th rated among most Muslim-friendly countries.
How many mosques are there in Spain?
According to a former 2010 estimate, there were 13 large mosques and more than 1000 smaller mosques and Islamic prayer rooms scattered across the country serving an estimated Muslim population of 1.5 million.
The Muslim friendly hotel means a hotel that has Islamic characteristics that can provide basic facilities that are more friendly to Muslim customers such as a Qibla direction indicator, the availability of prayer tools, the presence of halal food / list of nearby restaurants that provide halal food.

Like other tourists, Muslim travelers coming from Islamic countries have particular requirements when they choose the destination for their vacation. Among these requirements, Muslims are concerned about the availability of halal compliant foods (no pork or alcohol in food) and a clean place to pray.


Many international hotels in Spain do serve halal food that is slaughtered in accordance with the teachings of Islamic Sharia and is free of any substances forbidden by Islam such as pork and alcohol.

Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Oman and Brunei continue to be popular with Muslim tourists. Among non-OIC countries, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, Japan and Taiwan remain the top five respectively, but show improved scores on the index.

1. Asador de Aranda-Diego de León
2. Restaurant M29 at Hotel Miguel Ángel
3. Restaurant Solidere
4. Aladino
5. Restaurante Halal

Best Day Tours in Madrid for Muslim Travelers

Madrid, Spain’s central capital, is a city of elegant boulevards and expansive, manicured parks such as the Buen Retiro. It’s renowned for its rich repositories of European art, including the Prado Museum’s works by Goya, Velázquez and other Spanish masters. The heart of old Hapsburg Madrid is the portico-lined Plaza Mayor, and nearby is the baroque Royal Palace and Armory, displaying historic weaponry.

See all Day Trips in Madrid on GetYourGuide.

1. Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid 5* – Halal Hotels Madrid

Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid is situated on Madrid’s Paseo Castellana. The hotel’s stylish Santceloni restaurant has been awarded 2 Michelin stars.

The elegant rooms at the Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid include flat-screen satellite TV, a Nespresso coffee machine, a pillow menu and luxury amenities. Room service is available 24 hours a day and free WiFi in the whole building is featured.

In addition to the Santceloni, the La Manzana restaurant serves creative Spanish cuisine in a bright interior courtyard. The Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid also has Mery Barbola Bar where guests can have a cup of coffee or enjoy a glass of wine.

Set 1.8 km from the National Archaeological Museum of Spain, this elegant, contemporary hotel is also 4 km from the Museo del Prado and the Royal Palace of Madrid.

Offering marble bathrooms and luxe bedding, the modern, upscale rooms have flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, minibars, desks and Nespresso machines. Suites add separate living areas; some add terraces and outdoor hot tubs. Room service is available.

There are 3 refined restaurants, including 1 with an atrium, and 2 bars, plus a business center and 8 meeting rooms. Other amenities include a fitness center and massage treatments. Parking and breakfast are available.

Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid is a luxurious and sophisticated urban hotel, located in Paseo de la Castellana, the financial and cultural center of Madrid; opposite the National Museum of Natural Sciences, close to the Sorolla Museum and with the most exclusive shopping area (Calle Serrano) only a five-minute walk away.

The hotel also offers easy access to Adolfo Suarez Madrid Barajas Airport and Atocha station and features exquisite gastronomy such as the Santceloni Restaurant (awarded with two Michelin stars) in addition to La Manzana, where you can find local market produce. If you want to enjoy a snack or a glass of wine, the bar Mery Barbola, located in the lobby, is the ideal place. The hotel has 169 rooms, 33 of which are suites.

In each room you will find a 65-inch flat-screen Smart TV with satellite, Nespresso coffee maker, pillow menu, top-of-the-range textiles, down fillings and ecological luxury toiletries.

Room. I can’t say what the standard rooms are like as we booked a king suite room. It was pretty spacious, with separate seating and dining area and two exposures overlooking the city.

The room was recently renovated, bathroom had two sinks and separate bathtub and shower. In room safe had an outlet, which is great to keep your computer and electronics charging while stored safely. I’m not sure why this is still so rare to see.

Service – everyone we encountered was nice, helpful and spoke excellent English

We ordered room service couple of times. Room service is usually hit or miss from my experience but all we ordered was great both times.

Location – it may not be everyone, but location could not be better as far as I’m concerned. It’s not in super touristy area so when you go out you get to experience real city and aren’t surrounded only by tourists.

But it is short cab, or metro ride pretty much anywhere. Metro station is right by the hotel.

A warm, friendly welcome from staff was a good omen and our room confirmed that we were going enjoy the Hesperia. The room was a good size and the key to any good accommodation, the roomy bathroom, had excellent facilities including a free standing “Bushman’s” shower being a major feature. On occasions we sought assistance from the housekeeping staff and they couldn’t do enough to make our stay most enjoyable.

The breakfast room was bright and welcoming and the buffet selection was excellent. Again the wait staff were keen to please. The Hotel was well located on a major thoroughfare which gave easy access the highlights of Madrid of which there were plenty.

Halal Hotels Madrid
Halal Hotels Madrid

How much does a room costs at Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid?

Prices start 231$/night for King Room. The Deluxe King Suite
is 373$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

This suite features a bathrobe, electric kettle and seating area.

Where to book online Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid – Halal Hotels Madrid  you can find the best halal hotels deals in Madrid during San Isidro  which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Spain on Booking.com or Expedia.com or  Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

2. Eurostars Madrid Gran Vía 4* – Muslim Friendly

Eurostars Madrid Gran Vía

Eurostars Madrid Gran Via is located 50 m from Madrid’s lively Gran Via. Surrounded by great shops and restaurants, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi throughout and rooms with a flat-screen satellite TV.

Rooms at the Eurostars Madrid Gran Via are modern and spacious. They feature a small seating area and air conditioning. Some rooms include a terrace.

The Eurostars Madrid Gran Via’s tour desk and ticket service can organize trips to nearby Alcalá de Henares and Segovia. Plaza de España and Santo Domingo Metro Stations are 200 m from the hotel.

Set among grand townhouses, this sophisticated hotel with a stone facade is a 2-minute walk from the Santo Domingo metro station and 7 minutes on foot from the Royal Palace of Madrid. It’s 8 minutes walking from shops and restaurants along Gran Via.

Bright and airy rooms with a polished vibe offer flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and minibars. Upgraded rooms add furnished balconies and city views. Family rooms offer separate living areas and pull-out sofas.

A breakfast buffet (fee) is served in a modern dining area with windows overlooking the street. Parking is available for a fee.

The Eurostars Madrid Gran Vía, of four stars, is located downtown Madrid, between Gran Via and Callao. The hotel has 133 rooms with plasma TVs, free Wi – Fi, minibar and bathroom. Some rooms have a terrace and sloping ceilings.
A breakfast buffet is served every morning and there is a parking available (with an extra charge) for the clients of the hotel.

The room was neat and had clean towels, sheets etc. The bathroom was functional. The room had a fridge, TV. The balcony was good but did not get a chance to sit there due to chilled evenings and busy day time schedules.

Location: The hotel is located centrally. We walked to almost all places.

Though it is right behind Gran Via, we didn’t not experience any disturbances and was quiet during the night. There are few supermarkets close by.

Also found a lovely ceramics store near the hotel. There is also a good tapas bar round the corner. We took a cab from the airport to the hotel an paid 30 Euros. We also took a cab from the hotel to the railway station and paid around 10-15 Euros.

Breakfast: The breakfast was good and there were choices. However the menu remained same on all days. By our 4th morning, we were completely bored and went out for breakfast after a cup of coffee at the hotel.

The staff at the breakfast hall were very friendly and warm.

Overall we had a great stay at the hotel. The location is wonderful. Would highly recommend this hotel for people who want to be at a walking distance from all major spots.

The hotel can however look into having a weekly menu for the breakfast.

How much does a room costs at Eurostars Madrid Gran Vía?

Prices start 97$/night for Double Room. 

This air-conditioned room features a flat-screen TV and a minibar. It comes with a private bathroom with hairdryer and free Wi-Fi access.

Where to book online –Eurostars Madrid Gran Vía – Halal Hotels Madrid  you can find the best halal hotels deals in Madrid during San Isidro  which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Spain on Booking.com or Agoda.com or  Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

3. InterContinental Madrid, an IHG Hotel 5* – Halal Hotels Madrid Spain

InterContinental Madrid, an IHG Hotel

InterContinental Madrid is located on Madrid’s Paseo de la Castellana Avenue, 150 m from Gregorio Marañón Metro Station. This converted 18th-century palace has an attractive restaurant with a garden terrace.

The spacious, air-conditioned rooms at the InterContinental feature classic-style décor. Each one comes with flat-screen satellite TV, a minibar and a private bathroom. Free WiFi is available.

The El Jardín Restaurant serves a daily buffet breakfast, and on Sundays there is an extensive brunch. Bar 49 offers a wide range of wines, cocktails and gourmet tapas.

A 3-minute walk from the Gregorio Marañón metro station, this upscale hotel inspired by an 18th-century palace is 3 km from both the masterpieces at the Museo del Prado, and the Royal Palace of Madrid.

Warmly decorated rooms have flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi (fee), plus sitting areas and desks. Suites add separate living rooms. Upgraded rooms include access to a lounge offering free breakfast, afternoon tea and evening drinks. Room service is available.

There’s a polished restaurant with a terrace, and a classically furnished bar, plus a spa, a gym and a hot tub.

The InterContinental Madrid is a cosmopolitan retreat that opens up the real charm and passion of this vibrant city. A sense of occasion takes over the minute you step into our marble-lined lobby, where a sumptuous brunch is served on Sundays. Fine dining, award-winning business facilities and a 24-hour gym make the hotel a destination in itself. Salamanca district’s high-end fashion boutiques are a short distance from the hotel, as are Madrid’s world-class museums.
The hotel is in a quiet area away from the hustle and bustle of downtown. That being said there is a metro station 2 blocks away called Ruben Dario which was very convenient.

The room itself is beautiful and the size was bigger than what we were accustomed to in other European 5 star hotels.

The breakfast was the highlight of our stay, being halal only eaters we had an array of options to choose from and the breakfast area staff were very sweet and pleasant.

The hotel concierge was extremely helpful giving us guidance about metro stations and directions to the tourist areas we wanted to go to, the concierge helped us book the Toledo half day tour which included a pick up from the hotel and that was an amazing trip well worth the money.
Location – although public transport is available, it is quite far from the main shopping and dining avenue in Madrid. The reason for this was it was in the residential part.
Don’t expect shops and convenience stores nearby. Also finding restaurants can be quite a walk. Lobby – it was beautiful, spacious , elegant looking.
Room– appreciate my room considering it was of European standards which is typically small. Liked the Tv , lighting , bed , pillow menu, automated mini bar and the 24 hour room service offered.
Breakfast – their buffet is one that I looked out for every morning. Western stuff and some of Spanish highlight cuisine such as churros and chorizo are a fixture.
Also liked the ambiance and their courtyard, got to check it out!
Halal Hotels Madrid

How much does a room costs at InterContinental Madrid?

Prices start 283$/night for Deluxe Double Room. 

This air-conditioned room features a flat-screen TV and a minibar. It comes with a private bathroom with hairdryer and free Wi-Fi access.

Where to book onlineInterContinental Madrid – Halal Hotels Madridyou can find the best halal hotels deals in Madrid during San Isidro  which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Spain on Booking.com or Agoda.com or  Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.