"Clean, great price, staff could use attitude adjus"
The room was nice and clean but the bed and pillows were very uncomfortable. The bed was very hard and pillows very small and over soft. The heater and AC unit was very loud in the room and we had to turn it off to finally get some sleep.
The restaurant was nice and our food was very good despite clearly being understaffed.
I will also say the place was very clean and the decore was nice. Our room was a good size with a great shower/tub and plenty of hot water.
Traveller from South Carolina USA
Located in Arturo Soria, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Parque de Berlin, Madrid Congress Centre, and Las Ventas …More
The subdued lighting and dark colours made the room rather dreary with no alternative brighter light available. In the bathroom The shower bracket would not stay where adjusted and I didn't like kitchen sink style wash basin and tap. Somewhere to hang an overcoat would be useful.
Traveller from south yorkshire UK
Located in Ciudad Lineal, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Palacio de Hielo and Arturo Soria Plaza Shopping Center. Madrid …More
Location is in a quiet community of offices and apartments. Small neighborhood bars, restaurants, grocery stores, and pharmacy are within just 3 - 4 blocks. Easy walk to metro station which is about 8 blocks away. Secure underground parking for the hotel is extra charge, but absolutely necessary. There is no street parking available during business hours. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast is great! Would definitely go back there.
Traveller from Texas, USA
Located in Arturo Soria, this hotel is 2 mi (3.3 km) from Cuatro Torres Business Area and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Santiago …More
The room was good quality with great beds. The entire hotel was neat, tidy and nice. But the hotel staff were poor with english and not very friendly. The room service tasted horrible even for simple things like a hamburger and chips.
Traveller from New Zealand
Located in Arturo Soria, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Bullfighting Museum, Madrid Congress Centre, and Las Ventas …More
In the north-west of the city, the area known as Ciudad Lineal (Linear City) was designed by urban planner Arturo Soria (1844 -1920). Off the long, straight tree-lined street that carries his name are primarily residential streets with some small businesses, colleges, restaurants and bars to discover. Young professionals and families are increasingly taking a shine to this green, quiet district.