F & G De Los Reyes Hotel Madrid

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Plaza Ciudad Real 2, San Sebastian de los Reyes, Madrid, 28700, Spain
Globales Hotel de los Reyes
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 54% less and rated 11% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families83
  • Couples25
  • Solo100
  • Business75

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No wonder Hemingway liked it there!!No wonder Hemingway liked it there!!

Forum Posts

Transfer at airport

by didgeridorien

I will be flying from Amsterdam to Costa Rica (Iberia) in October with a transfer at Madrid. I think I'm arriving and departing from terminal 4 and only have 1,5 hour. Is this enough?

Re: Transfer at airport

by Mozumbus

I assume you are making the connection at your own, i.e. you will not get the boarding pass for the whole trip while checking in at Amsterdam. In this case, 1.5 hrs look very tight especially when you have the other flight on international route. I may it give a chance (very thin though) should you have no check in luggage, otherwise its impossible...

And if the airline is managing the connection (Iberia) than this seems all ok...

Re: Transfer at airport

by Miguelzgz

If you don´t have to change terminals, and your first plane arrive on time...you have time enough. (I asume it is "the same" flight, I mean, you don´t have to go through customs in Madrid or get your luggage and then drop it again.)

Terminal 4 in Madrid has another building Terminal-4S..and there is a train connecting both building, it runs every 4 or 5 minutes and it is free, and well signed.

Re: Transfer at airport

by Greatje

It depends...is your connecting flight also with Iberia? If so, your luggage will be labelled through
Although 1,5 is really tight, it can be done but hopefully you will not have any delays on the first flight.
Good luck!

Re: Transfer at airport

by nhoolb

If both flight are Iberia (which I assume from terminal 4) there is absolutely no problem. Time enough. Don't worry.
You will, in this case, receive both boarding passes and your luggage will be labeled through.
I have managed even tighter connections-because of a delay-and all went OK.

Re: Transfer at airport

by didgeridorien

Yes, both flights are iberia and luggage will go straight through to CR. So no customs in between?

Re: Transfer at airport

by nhoolb

No customs in Madrid-you said it yourself: the luggage is labelled through; you don't pick it up in MAD. But you will pass through passport control (immigration) in Madrid as you will leave the Schengen territory there. The flight AMS-MAD (and v.v) is intra-Schengen.
In AMS there will be no immigration/passport control (Marechaussee), only security.

Equally on the way back. You will receive both boarding cards and your luggage labelled through to AMS, so you don't pick up your luggage in MAD. In MAD you pass through passport control because you will ENTER the Schengen territory there. And in AMS you see your luggage again and pass through customs.

Note: customs (goods/luggage on entry) and immigration (passport control/persons on exit and entry) are two different things.

I hope I made it clear to you?

Have a nice journey!


Re: Transfer at airport

by Mozumbus

I agree to the above response. per say you are making a connecting flight so the onus is on the airline, so no worries Dorien...

Have a great break...

Travel Tips for Madrid


by parsix

Short cuts are meant to get you faster somewhere.
It happend that on my way to the VT meeting I decided to take a short cut to avoid traffic at El Sol. Not such a good idea.

Corte Ingles (I am sure almost everyone knows what I am talking about) was opening it's candy clastle that night. The street was packed with families with childreen awaiting for all the live soldiers to come out.

Thankfully I managed to squizze myself betwween the people and get to my apointment on time.

Flan de Coco

by Danalia


1 1/2 cups white sugar
1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
1 (12 fluid ounce) can evaporated milk
1/2 cup milk
6 eggs
1/2 cup fresh shredded coconut

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
Place 1 cup of the sugar in a small saucepan over medium heat. Cook gently, without stirring, but shaking occasionally until the sugar has melted. Continue cooking until the sugar has completely melted, and turned golden brown. Pour into a large, glass baking dish. Spread the caramel evenly over the bottom of the dish, then set aside to cool for 15 minutes before proceeding.
Once the caramel has hardened, pour the condensed milk, evaporated milk, milk, eggs, 1/2 cup sugar, and coconut into a blender. Blend for 3 minutes until smooth. Pour into baking dish over the caramel.
Bake in preheated oven for 45 minutes until set. When done, remove from oven and let cool for 30 minutes. Run a knife around the edges of the dish to separate the flan from the sides. Refrigerate overnight.

Film Festival

by ger4444

An independant cinema in Madrid, La Enana Marron, organizes between 15 and 31 march together with ATA films as part of the international film exchange. 25 short films as well local favorites are shown. its mainly alternative art house movies.

Need a map of whatever kind of...

by bean

Need a map of whatever kind of region of Spain? Go to La Tienda Verde, a marvellous shop in mpas and a separate one selling books across the street. Calle de Maudes, an easy walk from Cuatro Caminos, passing by the curious Hospital de Jornaleros.

O'Connell St. Bar

by virtualpatrick about O'Connell St. Bar

Where ever you go, there's always a few Irish pubs you can find to hang out in or as a gathering place to meet up with friends. O'Connell's in Madrid is one of them. It's in the Puerta del Sol / Santa Ana area so it's in a central place.

Has a couple of bars, and I think a pool table. Live music on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


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