How about working remotely in Madrid for a week?

We are the ideal city: great transport links, numerous hotels and coworking spaces, and a host of entertainment options after your working day is done: shows, parks, museums, restaurants, shops, walks, sport… Want to give it a go?


One option is to find one of the many hotels that already offer a workation service, a portmanteau term that combines the words “work” + “vacation”.

  • Hotel Only You Atocha
  • Only You Hotel Atocha
  • Meliá Madrid Serrano
  • Artiem Madrid
  • CoolRooms Atocha
  • Hotel Emperador
  • Pestana Plaza Mayor

This hotel reinvents the concept of home with special packages that combine hotel stays with flexible and safe working spaces to suit every need, from one-person offices to large events and break areas in spacious and inspiring rooms, promoting an environment of continuous collaboration and networking.


A second option is to work in a coworking space. Here are some options:

With industrial, state-of-the-art decor, this former tool storage facility in Delicias has versatile furniture and you can rent a desk on a daily, weekly, monthly, or longer-term basis.

This coworking space  is located at number 39 Calle Maria de Molina, in the heart of the Barrio de Salamanca. They offer several options to meet all your needs, so you don’t need to worry about a thing. 

At No. 108 Calle Hortaleza, the coworking spaces (workspace) offer outstanding interior design and different formats. They run yoga programmes, training, and meditation, with no limits or restrictions in terms of schedule.

Its business centres are located in the heart of Madrid's financial district (Glorieta de QuevedoGlorieta de Cuatro CaminosCoworking en Azca and Avenida de Brasil).

It has eight versatile and flexible spaces that live and breathe innovation and creativity.

There are several venues that adapt to the different needs of entrepreneurs: PicassoBarcelóPiamonteGobernadorProsperidad and

It includes seven spaces: Ramón de la Cruz, Paseo de la Habana, Castellana, Príncipe de Vergara, José Abascal, Gran Vía Cibeles and Francisco Silvela.

Located at No. 4 Calle Manzanares, just 2 minutes from the Royal Palace and Plaza de Oriente Gardens, it is designed for creative professionals looking for an innovative space. Spaces las Cortes, in the Palacio de Miraflores, is its largest centre in Spain, with capacity for 840 work stations and 7,000 square metres.

This workspace is located at No. 36, Calle Santa Maria, in the neighbourhood known as El Barrio de las Letras, and has all the necessary services to set up your company and to develop projects successfully. An area covering more than 200 m2 where different start-ups operate alongside SMEs, freelancer, and companies.

International co-working space and technology school, where start-ups, entrepreneurs, freelancers and self-employed workers can work. It is a place designed for technological and innovative talent from industry, located in Madrid Rio, which aims to provide an exceptional tool for knowledge exchange.

This company has two coworking spaces, on 4, Gabriel García Márquez Street and 93, Paseo de la Castellana. A 946-square-metre surface area to rent in the heart of the business district, accommodating up to 142 workstations and 3 meeting rooms.


And once your working day is over, it’s time to enjoy Madrid. So, get your diary out because, in Madrid, we have the most enticing cultural events and shows in Europe, countless restaurants and shops to suit all tastes


  • Zonas de compras


  • Parque de El Retiro - Qué debes ver en Madrid... cuando pase el COVID
  • Take a peek at our selection of the most important events taking place in Madrid and start planning your next visit!

    Madrid Events Calendar: 2023
  • Reforma Estadio Santiago Bernabéu


The city’s new official sightseeing and tourist travel pass.

An observation deck at 92 metres.

Our online store (in Spanish) sells artisan souvenirs.