The location near the airport was very convenient. It's in a safe area too, and only two blocks from a metro station. The hotel itself is modern and stylish. Very helpful staff, great service. My only complaint: the buffet-only breakfast was too expensive (but it did look nice).
I arrived at the hotel at 12.30 am right after midnight. The hotel was closed , probably because of a sever water leak. Fortunately there was somebody at the desk and was relocated .
Location was excellent! Staff friendly and professional. Room was large and beautiful. Breakaway €27pp and not really worth it. But besides that everything else was wonderful.
The bartender on the first floor was just awful. We moved to the 3rd floor, deciding to have dinner and the guy moved there. Just as awful. The food at this resort is not great. EXCEPT for the breakfast buffet. Which is plentiful and fresh. Delicious fruits. Our room AC stopped working, but the maintenance ...
No room service was available during my stay. All surrounding restaurants, bars, clubs were closed until the "busy" season. WiFi in the room was horrible. Most drinks had supplemental charges even though I paid for all inclusive.
La comodidad, la limpieza y el servicio y ademas esta muy bien ubicado
Nice, modern hotel in the heart of Madrid. Easy to get to all major attractions and sites. We booked this hotel because of its amenities. It clearly stated in their description that they offered air conditioning in each room. We wanted this since we would be in Madrid in July. The greatest issue ...
Right by the ocean, great location, but the place needs to be updated, painted, TLC
everything was excellent. everyone was friendly and willing to answer all your questions
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