The hotel was located in a prime position along the main shopping street of Madrid. It was extremely comfortable and very well sound proofed so you couldn't hear the traffic outside. The rooms were very comfortable. The only thing they didn't have was an overhead light so the lighting was always dim.
The staff were incredibly helpful, and the breakfast was wonderful.
The only thing missing was a larger lounge area to sit in downstairs. Perhaps guests can use the roof terrace in the summer.
Traveller from London
Its central location in the heart of the city, Gran Via Avenue, allows guests to explore the culture and attractions that …More
The Gran Via Capital is made up of upscale, well furnished appartments. The furnishings and equipment are modern and elegant.
I think this is ideal for couples and businessmen. When we stayed there was no noise so we slept soundly. Good place
Traveller from Reston VA
Located in Gran Via, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Teatro Rialto, Plaza Mayor, and Plaza de Espana. Royal …More
The location is perfect for walking to Gran Via and many great restaurants and bars.
It is located on a quiet street so you are staying away from the crowds which is nice. The only caution I would issue is that if you choose a room that is ground level you are below the main floor and has a basement feel even though you are literally at ground level. So I would recommend requesting a room on the 3rd floor or higher if you like to be above ground. We did not eat a the hotel so cannot comment.
Traveller from Panama
Located in Madrid City Centre, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Plaza de Cibeles, Prado Museum, and …More
Great location and funky hotel that looked brand new. Staff were polite and helpful and check in and check out was easy. Bar was cosy with good drink selection.
I chose a room overlooking Gran Via which in hindsight was a mistake as it was noisy despite the soundproofing attempts. Room was a great size, comfy and clean with a great shower.
Breakfast is great value and the room service was pretty good too. Shame the restaurant and roof terrace bar weren’t open but it was off season.
Traveller from Manchester
Located in Gran Via, this boutique hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Casino Gran Via and Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Prado …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.