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Aparto-Suites Muralto

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Hard to beat location. Within walking distance to the Comillias University where I was attending a conference. The restaurant next door was outstanding. The spicy tuna tartar out of this world. A very nice fruit and veg market across the street. With the small kitchenette in the suite it was nice to have fruits and cold drinks on hand for late night or morning snacking.

My wife and I stayed at Aparto Suites Muralto Madrid recently for ten nights. This was an outstanding choice for us. The hotel was very easy to find on our own by subway from the airport despite our jet lag, a couple of blocks from the Arguelles metro station. Our apartment was very spacious and remarkably quiet with a kitchenette, balcony, and a very comfortable bed. Temperature control included AC, heat, and windows that could be opened wide to the fresh air. The breakfast buffet was inexpensive with a wide variety of choices. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. El Corte Ingles was next to the metro station with a very complete supermarket for the meals we chose to cook in our apartment. It was possible to be anywhere in the city within minutes from the Metro and the return to the airport was equally simple and fast for our return flight at the end of our stay. This hotel is also in walking distance to some wonderful parks and Goya's tomb. We will definitely stay here again when in Madrid. Book this hotel! You will not be disappointed!

This hotel had everything a traveler could want...large bathroom (with bidet), kitchenette, sofa bed, a safe for valuables, and a large bed. The bed, however, was 2 twin beds pushed together. It was very hard (felt like a cot) and the pillows were lumpy! The location was very convenient and the staff was helpful. Overall a nice hotel, but definitely not luxurious.

I can recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Madrid. I was expecting a low scale hotel, but instead we were suprised positively. The staff is friendly, helpful and speak good English. The room was great. Very spacious with comfy beds. I was happy to find out that our room had a bathtube as well. The location was great. The hotel is next to a big shopping mall and other less expensive local stores as well as international brands like Zara, Mango etc. The tube was very close and it was very easy to move all over in Madrid. We will definitely come back to this hotel again.

Love this hotel on a quiet street and 2 blocks from a large Corte Ingles (department store with supermarket on ground floor, cafeteria and travel agency on upper floors) and the metro stop Arguelles is in front of the store. You can easily walk to Plaza de Espana from here, the Royal Palace, the Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol if you do not want to take the metro. You are also close to restaurants. Our bathroom was modern and large and quiet. I have stayed here before and came back! The room was ample size with average furnishings which could be updated but the price is very reasonable. I will stay here every time when I come to Madrid! You can take the metro here from the airport just like any other hotel. A taxi runs 35 to 40 euros.

This hotel is truly in a fantastic location. It was great to be close to the metro (less than one block away) and also walking distance to many monuments, plazas, etc....all with the quiet feel of a small, residential neighborhood. Also, the bathroom was quite large and luxurious with many amenities, shelves, great shower, etc. Despite its location and lavish bathroom, Muralto could really benefit from a few upgrades. First of all, I chose this hotel largely because it advertised free wi-fi. It took the staff two days to get our wi-fi up and running [after first blaming us, and then out computers -- which were macs for the problem]. Also, if you're looking at the pictures on the website, and thinking that you're actually booking an apartment/suite...think again! The room that I got (a double) was no bigger than any normal hotel room. The pictures that I had seen online displayed a two bedroom unit -- one serving as a bedroom, and the other as a living/sitting room. Nothing could be farther from the truth! I had no couch in my room...no "other" room. I'm not sure what makes this an apartment/suite other than the fact that you open this mysterious door in the hallway to find a kitchen the size of a closet. If you're not spending any time at all in your room, and really want a normal size hotel room with a small kitchen, this will definitely work for you. If you're looking for some space, however, or internet that actually works, try a different hotel.

I came to Madrid to spend a week with my daughter who has been studying there. It was important to be close to her apt and to the Metro and the Muralto was convenient to both. The proximity to the shops, larger stores and restaurants provided several options before or following a day of touring. The staff was cordial and very helpful. Note; the day staff spoke English, but the evening desk did not. The kitchen, though small, was clean and had all the amenities necessary to make a quick meal. The bathroom was large and the bed was very comfortable. On the down side, the thermostats are not adjustable and a couple of the nights were uncomfortably warm. The lack of a breeze in Madrid coupled with being in the back of the building made sleeping a challenge. The room was immaculate and the overall stay terrific.

Good accomodation and location.

Crispy clean room with good service from staffs satisfied us. Spain is full of it's greatness in their history. We enjoyed visiting very prominent museums. If you are new to Spain, don't try to drive by yourself. No navigator, no way out. I was not informed of seperate charge of breakfast and parking. It was rather annoying.

good value, location

The hotel is in a great location, has friendly staff and is quiet and restful. The Air conditioner in one room didn't work at first, but was fixed promptly. We would recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to spend a few days in Madrid.

Traveling with family, all six. Neat, clean and effecient. Staff were friendly with everyone and spoke some English. Overall a good place to stay for the price.

Good experience. Nice hotel. Internet service isn't Mac compatible. I am traveling for business so this was a problem. Otherwise, good location. Close to metros and the teleferico and hop-on, hop-off bus service.

Calle Buen Suceso, 3 Madrid Madrid

Located in Madrid City Centre within a short walk of Plaza de Espana, Aparto-Suites Muralto is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Plaza Mayor. This 73-room, 3-star apartment has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a 24-hour business center. Located in central Madrid, the apartment is also near Prado Museum and Royal Palace.


Dining

For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.


Rooms

The 73 soundproofed apartments feature kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and LCD TVs with satellite channels. Beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and down comforters, and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Free newspapers, ceiling fans, and laptop-compatible safes are other standard amenities.


Property features

Aparto-Suites Muralto features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a 24-hour business center. If you drive, self parking is EUR 24 per day, and there's also an area shuttle for a fee. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a computer station, a library, and free newspapers.

Room options

Apartment (Triple)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Apartment (Single Use)

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 1

Apartment (Quadruple)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Double Room (with living area)

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Aparto-Suites Muralto

Business (3) Couples (4) Family (4) Other (1) Friends (1)
4

great location, excellent restaurant

BusinessTravelers

Hard to beat location. Within walking distance to the Comillias University where I was attending a conference. The restaurant next door was outstanding. The spicy tuna tartar out of this world. A very nice fruit and veg market across the street. With the small kitchenette in the suite it was nice to have fruits and cold drinks on hand for late night or morning snacking.

By on Sep 13, 2014

5

outstanding experience!

Couples

My wife and I stayed at Aparto Suites Muralto Madrid recently for ten nights. This was an outstanding choice for us. The hotel was very easy to find on our own by subway from the airport despite our jet lag, a couple of blocks from the Arguelles metro station. Our apartment was very spacious and remarkably quiet with a kitchenette, balcony, and a very comfortable bed. Temperature control included AC, heat, and windows that could be opened wide to the fresh air. The breakfast buffet was inexpensive with a wide variety of choices. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. El Corte Ingles was next to the metro station with a very complete supermarket for the meals we chose to cook in our apartment. It was possible to be anywhere in the city within minutes from the Metro and the return to the airport was equally simple and fast for our return flight at the end of our stay. This hotel is also in walking distance to some wonderful parks and Goya's tomb. We will definitely stay here again when in Madrid. Book this hotel! You will not be disappointed!

By on May 27, 2013

3

nice accomodations, but not luxurious

Couples

This hotel had everything a traveler could want...large bathroom (with bidet), kitchenette, sofa bed, a safe for valuables, and a large bed. The bed, however, was 2 twin beds pushed together. It was very hard (felt like a cot) and the pillows were lumpy! The location was very convenient and the staff was helpful. Overall a nice hotel, but definitely not luxurious.

By on Dec 13, 2012

4

excellent value

Couples

I can recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Madrid. I was expecting a low scale hotel, but instead we were suprised positively. The staff is friendly, helpful and speak good English. The room was great. Very spacious with comfy beds. I was happy to find out that our room had a bathtube as well. The location was great. The hotel is next to a big shopping mall and other less expensive local stores as well as international brands like Zara, Mango etc. The tube was very close and it was very easy to move all over in Madrid. We will definitely come back to this hotel again.

By on Mar 25, 2012

4

love the quiet, safe, clean hotel!

Couples

Love this hotel on a quiet street and 2 blocks from a large Corte Ingles (department store with supermarket on ground floor, cafeteria and travel agency on upper floors) and the metro stop Arguelles is in front of the store. You can easily walk to Plaza de Espana from here, the Royal Palace, the Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol if you do not want to take the metro. You are also close to restaurants. Our bathroom was modern and large and quiet. I have stayed here before and came back! The room was ample size with average furnishings which could be updated but the price is very reasonable. I will stay here every time when I come to Madrid! You can take the metro here from the airport just like any other hotel. A taxi runs 35 to 40 euros.

By on Jul 21, 2011

3

great location...but at a cost.

BusinessTravelers

This hotel is truly in a fantastic location. It was great to be close to the metro (less than one block away) and also walking distance to many monuments, plazas, etc....all with the quiet feel of a small, residential neighborhood. Also, the bathroom was quite large and luxurious with many amenities, shelves, great shower, etc. Despite its location and lavish bathroom, Muralto could really benefit from a few upgrades. First of all, I chose this hotel largely because it advertised free wi-fi. It took the staff two days to get our wi-fi up and running [after first blaming us, and then out computers -- which were macs for the problem]. Also, if you're looking at the pictures on the website, and thinking that you're actually booking an apartment/suite...think again! The room that I got (a double) was no bigger than any normal hotel room. The pictures that I had seen online displayed a two bedroom unit -- one serving as a bedroom, and the other as a living/sitting room. Nothing could be farther from the truth! I had no couch in my room...no "other" room. I'm not sure what makes this an apartment/suite other than the fact that you open this mysterious door in the hallway to find a kitchen the size of a closet. If you're not spending any time at all in your room, and really want a normal size hotel room with a small kitchen, this will definitely work for you. If you're looking for some space, however, or internet that actually works, try a different hotel.

By on Jun 29, 2011

4

muralto mania

Singles

I came to Madrid to spend a week with my daughter who has been studying there. It was important to be close to her apt and to the Metro and the Muralto was convenient to both. The proximity to the shops, larger stores and restaurants provided several options before or following a day of touring. The staff was cordial and very helpful. Note; the day staff spoke English, but the evening desk did not. The kitchen, though small, was clean and had all the amenities necessary to make a quick meal. The bathroom was large and the bed was very comfortable. On the down side, the thermostats are not adjustable and a couple of the nights were uncomfortably warm. The lack of a breeze in Madrid coupled with being in the back of the building made sleeping a challenge. The room was immaculate and the overall stay terrific.

By on Apr 24, 2011

4

very good location

GetawayWithFriends

Good accomodation and location.

By on Feb 7, 2011

3

more information needed

Families

Crispy clean room with good service from staffs satisfied us. Spain is full of it's greatness in their history. We enjoyed visiting very prominent museums. If you are new to Spain, don't try to drive by yourself. No navigator, no way out. I was not informed of seperate charge of breakfast and parking. It was rather annoying.

By on Feb 4, 2011

5

good location

Families

good value, location

By on Dec 31, 2010