High Tech Madrid Aeropuerto

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Galeon 25, Madrid, Madrid, 28042, Spain
Petit Palace Madrid Aeropuerto Hotel
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Costs 49% less but rated 30% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families51
  • Couples54
  • Solo54
  • Business45

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High Tech and High Style

by AnneAlex about High Tech Madrid Aeropuerto

As soon as you walk in you can noticably feel the high tech atmosphere. There's a minimalist design in the Feng Shui fashion with several internet computers waiting to connect you to the rest of the world. The room is equipped with a stationary bike, personal computer with free internet connection, mini-bar, pants press, TV, and the bathroom is something to admire. The shower is a full body massage with a seat and finally- a real hair dryer and higher wattage outlet!! This is definitely one of the coolest places to stay if you're requiring accomodations near the airport. It is no where near downtown, but the free shuttle to the airport quickly gets you to the Metro as well which is a very convenient way to get around Madrid.

** After making a return trip to this hotel, I realized that our original room was an upgraded room. Regular rooms do not have the computer or exercise equipment in the room. Free internet with in-room computer.
Full body massage shower.
Towel warmer.
Free shuttle to and from airport.
Bathrobe and slippers included.
High wattage outlets.
In room exercise equipment.
In room pants press.
Mini bar in room.
Hard wood flooring.
Close to the airport & metro.


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Forum Posts

Metro Map

by hawkhead

I am going squiffy-eyed trying to read the Madrid metro map. Is there a site that shows it clearly or in large format? I don't mind if I have to print out two pages and then tape together. The map that comes up on the metro site is extremely difficult to read online and doesn't print at all well.

Re: Metro Map

by hawkhead

Thank you, Pedmar - that link is a little better but I still have to peer at the black writing. Perhaps if one was familiar with all the names it would be clearer. I'll have a stab at contacting the metro people and see what happens! Aren't there visually impaired people in Spain!!? Not that I am usually but the metro map is really challenging the old optics!

Re: Metro Map

by unaS

You can get a free one on arrival at the train station in the airport in Madrid. They are easier to read.

Re: Metro Map

by hawkhead

Thank you, both. Thing is, Una, that I need to be able to read one before I arrive - it's for planning purposes.....

Re: Metro Map

by Deedee99

try this one,

Re: Metro Map

by unaS

Yes, I do understand that Hawk, but worst comes to worst, you can do your planning on arrival - only if necessary of course.

Re: Metro Map

by hawkhead

Thank you so much, Deed..... why couldn't I find that one!! While not a lot larger than the others, even in magnified form, it is much clearer and with the aid of a magnifying glass, I am managing to find places!

I'm afraid, Una, that the planning could not be done upon arrival as I need the metro map for accommodation locations vis-a-vis metro and how easy it is to access other sites - and so on! e.g. if accommodation mentions it is close to San Cristobal metro, then I can see that it is not convenient for what I want to do. The fine planning per se will be done upon arrival but not the rough outlines.

Many thanks to one and all!

Re: Metro Map

by unaS

Well glad to hear that you finally found one online that is usable at least. Have fun planning1

Travel Tips for Madrid

Catedral doors

by Carmela71

Normally I am very fond of old cathedrals, as I love the gothic ones or the baroque ones for instance.

But this one of the last century, destroyed and renovated a few times, got me interested because of its mix...

But this doors, this entrance doors, are incredible.

You can find some at the main entrance, and also the ones looking to the Palacio Real, and the drawings represent history of the Catholicism or history of Spain and its kings

standing in a line

by ger4444

When you are in restaurants, where you just can go to a table by yourself, the madrilènes prefer standing in a line, waiting to get the waiter show them to teir tables. It is as if madrilènes like to stand in lines. Well, we just passed the line and get the table by ourselves.


by Sharrie

TOLEDO: This historic center is not in the Madrid Province but in Central Spain. However, a day excursion is available from Madrid & I was lucky enough to sign up on one of those tour to see & experience the rich history of this old city which was a capital in the 6th century (that of Visigoths). In the middle age, this wonderful city is the melting pot of Christian, Muslim & Jewish cultures. Toledo is best explored on foot and walking around the medieval buildings & Jewish quarters gave me a very good idea about what's it like in the medieval times.

El Tigre

by stev0305 about Tapas and Locals

El Tigre on c/Infantas (Metro: Gran Via or Chueca). The bar is tiny and you have to practically wade through tissues, toothpicks and cigarette butts on the floor to get to the bar - but it's worth it. Very cheap, especially for Madrid. This tapas bar is all that is Madrid. The people, the laid back atmosphere, the tapas, and of course the beer. This is one place I recommend if you have friends visiting from home. It is a little place to drink, eat some tapas, and get used to Spainish people, culture and language. El Tigre seemed very welcoming and open to people of any sort. The tapas are good, the beer is descent, and above all prices are very reasonable considering you are in Madird. I highly recommend to start a night or two here and then head to the clubs, you will not regret it. Forget about it, see some of the pics and see how people are dressed. Very Very laid back dress code.


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