Express by Holiday Inn Madrid Sebastian de los Reyes

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Avenida de los Pirineos S/N, San Sebastian de los Reyes, Madrid, 28700, Spain
Holiday Inn Express Madrid-Sebastian de los Reyes
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families63
  • Couples73
  • Solo50
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

shopping in Madrid

by natassamylo


I m going to visit Madrid in two weeks and I want to know how can I get to Primark in Plenilunio and how long does it take to get there? Let me know if there is another Primark somewhere else more close to the centre of Madrid.

Thank you!!!

Re: shopping in Madrid

by Roadquill

The only one I see in Madrid is in the suburbs (, the closest metro station is El Capricho (there could be a few closer, it is hard to tell on my computer), From Gran Via it takes about 35 minutes to the metro station, and then maybe a 15 minute walk. I did not check bus routes. You can use the following website for starting point and destinations on the metro (

Re: shopping in Madrid

by johnincornwall

2 listed here mate, though one is mysteriously unmarked on this map.

To hell with it, get a white cab!

Travel Tips for Madrid

Colourful Street Signs

by barryg23

Many of the streets and squares in central Madrid have, in place of the usual street name, a mural with both the name and a picture related to the street or square name. So, for example, in the Moorish quarter, Plaza de Puerta de Moros has a nice picture of a Moorish gate beside the square name. This seems like a really interesting idea, especially when a particular street has an obscure name. We saw many of these signs around the old quarters of the city.

Cigar-lovers rejoice!

by surferob

Okay, I know this tip won't interest the vast majority of you....but. If you enjoy the art of a good cigar, and especially if you're American, you'll no doubt want to indulge in the opportunity experience the finest vitolas around, the cigars of Cuba. It's a bizarre feeling to have them available for purchase, nothing illegal, no taboos, just pay and smoke. It's alot like a pot smoker going to Amsterdam for the first time. In fact, it's almost exactly like that.

To find a good selection, you can start at the El Corte Ingles in Puerto del Sol. The shop is on the basement level. For a REAL tobacconist experience, I recommend the shop on Magallanes street (calle or avenida, I don't recall). Take the red metro line to "Quevedo", go west a half a block to Magallanes, turn right (north) and it's right there on your right. It is the perfect cigar shop.

Oh, and don't worry that you'll pay inflated prices by going there, the prices are the same everywhere because they're controlled by the government.....the kind of thing I normally despise politically, but you didn't hear me complaining at the time.

Bull fighting

by ger4444

There are three moments in the game of bull fighting. the firts two are meant to make the bull weak, the third one the metador kills the poor animal. The metador (bull fighter) wears a costume with glimmers. he carries a red flag to provoke the bull. He kills the bull with spears that are put in the back of the bull. The audience sits at the balconeries of the arena. on the other side of the balconeries, the metador enters through the puerta de caudrillas. One of the best metadors was Manolete, who did in a fight with the bull.

The garlics salesman

by andal13

Chinchón has a very particular character: the garlics salesman. Sat on his chair, this old man works with garlics, chilipeppers and other stuff inside an odd room. He is the most famous person in town, and he is very proud of the pictures every tourist takes him.
You can buy some aromatic garlics there, and after that, go to a very particular bakery across the circus; there you will find dolls, family shields and lots of things made of bread!!!

(If you want more info, you can check my Chinchón travel page.)

Chinchón tiene un personaje muy particular: el vendedor de ajos. Sentado en su silla, este viejito trabaja con ajos, pimientos y otras cosas dentro de una habitación muy particular. Es la persona más famosa del pueblo, y está muy orgulloso de las fotos que los turistas le sacan. Puedes comprar algunos ajos perfumados allí, y luego ir a la panadería que queda al otro lado de la plaza, y allí encontrarás muñecos, escudos familiares y todo tipo de objetos hechos de pan.

(Si quieres más información, puedes visitar mi página de Chinchón.)

Preciados street

by SirRichard about Shopping Areas

This pedestrian street goes from Puerta del Sol to Callao Aquare and is probably the most touristic one in Madrid, apart from Gran Via.
Here you can find El Corte Ingles, FNAC (books and music) and many clothing, shoes... shops.
Even if you don't buy anything is nice to walk around and see people passing by.
Beware of pickpockets!!


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 Express by Holiday Inn Madrid Sebastian de los Reyes

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Address: Avenida de los Pirineos S/N, San Sebastian de los Reyes, Madrid, 28700, Spain