Oct 22 - Oct 23
The room was clean and comfortable, the staff was friendly and helpful, and the included breakfast was amazing!
Oct 24 - Oct 25
Good breakfast. There is an extra Charge to use the pool.
Oct 25 - Oct 26
Very nice hotel, great location. I will definitely stay there again
Nov 20 - Nov 21
Bed too small, not a standard queen. No express checkout.
The service and the stuff, the Breakfast all of that and the buty of the hotel
Nov 3 - Nov 4
Everything was very accommodating. Staff very friendly and helpful. Only complaint is that coffee pot in the room wasn’t easiest to operate or didn’t seem to work right. The dinner buffet was very good, bed very comfortable and I appreciated that there was a shuttle that made airport drop offs on ...
Oct 23 - Oct 24
Love everything about this hotel Staff, location, room
Nov 5 - Nov 6
very central location, near madrid sights & shopping.
Top property, business oriented. Restaurant on site Santceloni with 2 Michelin stars is one of the best in Madrid.
Spain's capital, Madrid, is the largest Spanish city and is famous for rich cultural and artistic heritage and festivals. Home to the Real Madrid football club and a vibrant nightlife, Madrid dubbed the party capital of Europe. Considered the major financial center of Southern Europe, Madrid has been ranked the 10th most livable city in the world. Madrid hotels offer a variety of options to travelers, ranging from budget hotels to the ultimate luxurious resorts.
The most popular convention location is the Feria de Madrid that hosts several international conventions including the European Outline Convention and the Internet Marketing Convention.
Try the Callos a la Madrileña at Botin on Calle Cuchilleros, a restaurant that has been listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest operating restaurant in the world. The restaurant was a favorite haunt of Ernest Hemingway.
Guests at hotels in Madrid can enjoy a meal and a performance by renowned international flamenco musicians and dancers at Corral de la Moreria on Calle de Bailen.
Visit the Sol, Salamanca, and Chueca districts for specialty boutiques, upscale brands, and modern stores. The El Rastro is Madrid's biggest flea market, open Sundays only. This is a busy market offering everything from local produce to handmade crafts.
The Santiago Bernabeu, the home of local soccer club Real Madrid, is one of the most popular clubs in the world. Experience a traditional Spanish bullfight at the Las Ventas bullfighting arena from March through October. In the off-season, the arena hosts festival events and concerts.