I loved the local area. Residential. Local bars are like cafes - white wine - 2 euros a glass and free tapas. There were 2 smaller bar/cafes that gave you fresh fish free with every drink. The tobacco shop is great but allow for early sat closure and sunday - you can't buy ciggies unless you go to the bar and use the machine! Hotel expensive for breakfast and food so avoid as there are plenty of places to eat locally. The loo did not flush very well and the sink plug keptgetting stuck. However was given the option of a queen bed (DELIGHT!) and a smoking room (DELIGHT2)
Traveller from London
Located in Ciudad Lineal, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Arturo Soria Plaza Shopping Center and within 3 mi (5 km) of …More
Parking is free outside, but hard to get a slot, as the area is a gathering place for taxi drivers. For 10 euros, you can get a gated parking spot within hotel.
The room is very nice, with a beautiful bathroom set up. Only downside is that you have to close door to get at toilet. No big deal.
The only negative is that the bed is hard as a piece of plywood, and pillows very flat. I used an extra blanket to fashion a larger pillow.
7 km to airport, so it was convenient as a last hotel to the airport.
Insure that you know which terminal you are going to, as it is easy to mix them up! Hotel has shuttle to airport for 12 euros.
Nice restaurant in hotel. Had pork medallions and veal steak for 30 euros. Tasty!
Traveller from British Columbia
Located in Ciudad Lineal, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Alcala Norte and within 3 mi (5 km) of Madrid Congress Centre …More
I stayed here because the Expedia ad made it seem close to the airport but it was a $26 Euro cab ride, and in a pretty dark part of town. I signed up for the breakfast (if you pay the night before it is 6 euro as opposed to 7.50 the next day), it was VERY disappointing. The scrambled eggs were old and crusty, the bacon was just a plate of uncooked fat, and the "sausages" looked like uncooked hot dogs. There were LOTs of pastries and toast and cereal but not worth the 6 euro. I did get the shuttle back to the airport for 12 euro which was convenient. It is a decent, clean hotel for $50, I would stay again if the circumstances happened - I would just eat breakfast somewhere else.
Located in Ciudad Lineal, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Alcala Norte and within 3 mi (5 km) of Madrid Congress Centre …More
Had a great stay at this hotel. Situated 5 min walk away from the metro station which has a direct line into the city centre for 2 euro. The hotel was very clean and comfy and staff were very helpful despite the language barrier. Only fault is the lack of chairs/loungers by the pool. Apart from this the hotel is ideal.
Traveller from london
Located in Ciudad Lineal, this hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Gate of Europe and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Santiago Bernabeu Stadium …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.