The Tryp Rex in downtown Madrid was a comfortable, economy type hotel. The rooms are somewhat... See full review
Sep 16, 2007
Start a busy day of sightseeing with the delicious buffet breakfast. Helpful hotel staff can then assist you with bookings for excursions, theaters and the area's best restaurants. Centrally located, this elegant, traditional-style hotel provides a great base to visit Madrid's many cultural sights. It lies on Gran Via, between the main squares of Espana and Callao.
Hotel Rex Rooms
Single Room offers 1 single bed equipped with a Air conditioning, Bathroom amenities, Color TV, Ensuite/Private bathroom, hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, Heating, Internet access, Non-smoking rooms, satellite/cable TV, Telephone and a safe. The rooms are also equipped with central heating.
Double Twin Room offers 2 twin beds equipped with a Air conditioning, Bathroom amenities, Color TV, Ensuite/Private bathroom, hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, Heating, Internet access, Non-smoking rooms, satellite/cable TV, Telephone and a safe. The rooms are also equipped with central heating.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
The entrance is below the street level so you have to drag your bags down 3 flights of stairs to get to the elevator, leaving you go back up the 3 flights. There is no help for anyone, old or disabled on the entering of the hotel, so struggle
with your bags.
There are bedbugs in the rooms, so be prepared to have problems when you leave.
When we arrive we were stuck in a small room and had to argue and fight to get a room for 2, even though I paid for 2.
STAY AWAY from this one.
The Tryp Rex in downtown Madrid was a comfortable, economy type hotel. The rooms are somewhat small, but well furnished and comfortable. There were 2 beds, a desk, a chair, and the bathroom was adequately large with shower and bathtub.Wate
pressure was good on the 7th floor.The room had a small balcony from where you cansee the masses of people walking up and down the Gran Via.The room was rather noisy because it faced the street.The room had nice closet, a well stocked minibar and a safe box in the closet. The elevators are tiny and very slow. One elevator accommodates 2 people and the other only 3.The staff was helpful and efficient. The room and hotel were clean.The maid service was good. The towells get refresh twice daily and the beds are turned downd in the evening. This is a good value for your money hotel.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Everything you need is on the Gran Via, shopping, restaurants, hotels, pharmacies, parks, plazas.There is a Starbucks in every block. No Peets and no Mexican food in Madrid.