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Thanks to Hotels.com, it has never been easier to find your perfect hotel room in the Chamberi neighbourhood of Madrid. We have partnered up with some of the top hotels in Chamberi, Madrid to create a fantastic selection of accommodation options for you to choose from. Our team of travel experts have ensured that there is something to inspire everyone in our list of hotels in Chamberi, Madrid. Here you will be able to find the perfect room for a romantic honeymoon, somewhere budget friendly for a sight seeing tour with a group of friends, and much more. So that you can book with confidence, we include photos of all of the hotels that we list, illustrating just what your hotel looks like, inside and out. In addition, you can read reviews of your chosen hotel written by other Hotels.com users who have stayed there themselves in the past. Famous for its historic buildings and cafes, many of them with literary associations, Chamberi is a great place to enjoy traditional Spanish life.

What's Chamberi like?

At the heart of the Chamberi neighbourhood, you will find the beautiful Plaza de Chamberí, a splendid old square with various cafes dotted around where you can enjoy a delicious coffee or some tapas. This plaza is a popular place for locals to meet, as is the Mercado de Chamberí, a market where you can buy groceries, souvenirs, and luxury items too. Many visitors like to stop and snap a photo outside Almagro 38, an address in Chamberi which featured in the Spanish cult classic film 'Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown'. Lovers of art should make sure to head down to the Museo Joaquín Sorolla, which features some amazing paintings by one of Spain's best loved artists.

How to get along with locals in Chamberi

Chamberi is renowned for its cafes, and indeed has some of the oldest cafes in the city situated in its historic streets. So why not brush up on your Spanish coffee vocabulary before you visit? If you do not want a short and strong espresso, you can ask for a 'cafe con leche', which is basically a latte. Or, ask for 'un cortado', if you like your coffee a little less milky: this is an espresso based coffee with just a little milk. The type of coffee called a 'bombon' is best for those with a sweet tooth as it is made with sweetened condensed milk. At Hotels.com, we know all of the ins and outs of visiting Chamberi, and this meant we can offer you the perfect list of hotels in Camberi, Madrid.

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