Hotel Europa

Calle del Carmen 4, Madrid, 28013, Spain
#8 of 1,185 hotels in Madrid
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Hostel Europa

by written on September 20, 2009

The hotel is in a building Which dates back to 1860. It did not become a hotel until 1917. The building has the Notoriety for being the birth place of John Gray - a Cubist painter, also known as Jose Vitoriano.

There are 99 rooms with cable TV, hair dryer, internet access, safe (fee) and bathroom. The windows have double pane so it should be less noisy.

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A real charmer

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 13, 2005

This is a real gem in my book. The interior of the hotel is really plush and beautiful as you can see in the photo. The room size was quite adequate and immaculately clean, nice clean bathroom and a fantastic location right off the Puerta del Sol. The staff is most accomodating and most speak English which is a great help to the linguistically deficient like me.

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Old World Charm In the Middle Of Madrid

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 26, 2003

This 70 room hotel is located in the heart of Madrid just off of the Puerta del Sol sq. The hotel is in the pedestrian section and is surrounded by shopping and restaurants. Rooms are average sized and have that old world charm about them. You'll get that old world feel from the decor in the hallways as well. Our room faced inward to the courtyard so it was nice and quiet. The only thing to note about this hotel is that there is no air conditioning so if you're visiting in the summer you should keep this in mind as it tends to get a bit hot. A fan is provided to help blow around the hot air. There is a heater in the room for the cold winter months.

The hotel has no parking so if you've come by car you'll have to leave your car in one of the many local lots which seem to be fairly safe. This will cost you about €12-€16 a day depending on which lot you end up in. Also note that you can't drive up to the hotel since it is in the pedestrian area.

The staff is friendly and they have a restaurant attached which is supposed to be pretty good although most of the restaurants in the pedestrian area seem to be a bit overpriced.

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Europa Hotel

by written on August 24, 2002

Unique Quality: Charming old hotel... nothing special but it's in the center of town and is very safe.
8200 Pesetas + 7% per night

Directions: Right in Puerta del Sol
c/ Carmen, 4
28013 MADRID
521 29 00
521 46 96 Fax

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Address: Calle del Carmen 4, Madrid, 28013, Spain

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Amenities at Hotel Europa

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Free High Speed Internet

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