Super convenient to airport bus shuttle, elegant and beautiful interior design of the hotel. I loved the old staircase with its reddish wood polished stairs, turquoise and blue banisters, and that they offer complimentary toothbrush and toothpaste. While most of my time in Madrid was outside and around the city, I love the room if you want a neat, fresh place to sleep in a luxurious, safe, and well-situated area. Plenty of nearby shopping, metro stations, etc.
The area is more office/residential/embassies and felt nice to have fresh air, but easy access to the tourist districts..
Traveller from Austin, TX
Located in Madrid City Centre, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Plaza de Cibeles, Prado Museum, and …More
Is one of the more beautiful hotel I have been
The room is comfortable and smart
The bed is huge and comfortable
Is in the best location of madrid
Staff friendly and profesional
You will sleep like a king.
Traveller from london
Situated in central Madrid amid such famous locales as the Plaza del Callao, where the Gran Vía meets the Calle Preciados …More
The hotel is in an old building, well maintained, completely renovated and modern inside, spacious rooms, with everything you need, shampoo, conditioner, creams, bath caps, shower gel. Breakfast good.
At the reception were all very friendly and eager to please you, except a girl named Teresa, is a bit petulant. The dining staff very friendly all.
Traveller from Santo Domingo
Its central location in the heart of the city, Gran Via Avenue, allows guests to explore the culture and attractions that …More
Nice, modern and clean hotel. Friendly multilingual staff, great restaurant and bar. The location of the hotel could not be better. Walkable distance to the Prado Museum, Gran Via and Plaza Sol. Close to Metro stations which is ready useful. Only small issue I had was the aircon in the rooms could be better.
Traveller from UK
Located in Gran Via, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Casino de Madrid, Plaza Mayor, and Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum …More
A down-at-heel central area in the 1980s, Chueca is now the fashionable gay heart of the city. The Plaza de Chueca is its epicentre, with countless terraces, bars and clubs in and around it. The surrounding streets are packed with cutting-edge shops and restaurants as well as traditional tapas bars. Don’t miss the Museo Municipal on Fuencarral, with its fine baroque entrance and Habsburg treasures within.