Hotel Mediodia

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

8 Plaza del Emperador Carlos V, Madrid, Madrid, 28012, Spain

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  • Families58
  • Couples67
  • Solo70
  • Business50
  • GentleSpirit's Profile Photo

    good budget hotel in Madrid

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    I just stayed here one night at the beginning of one of my trips to Spain. I selected it for location,which was excellent, directly across the street from Atocha railway station.

    I got a nice back room on an upper floor, facing the Reina Sofia. Room was comfortable with high ceilings, not cramped at all. Clean and airy. elevator was tiny.

    This hotel gets a lot of tourist groups but the front desk doesn't appear to speak much english comfortably. I spoke spanish the whole time so it wasn't an issue for me and was given some very nice recommendations for restaurants etc during my brief stay at the hotel. Hotel staff was polite and very responsive to any requests. In particular, I had an early train to catch from Atocha and it was before they opened the breakfast room (though just by half an hour or so)
    and they let me in and gave me something to eat and some coffee before i had to head out to catch the train. Much appreciated.

    Hotel is located on a busy road, so its not the quietest place to stay. since my room was facing the back there was no problem. However, one could hear the teenagers that were with one of the travel groups, who were giggling and laughing all night.

    Unique Quality: great location- it is basically around the corner from Paseo del Prado and the three major art museums :prado, reina sofia and Thyssen are all within easy walking distance. In fact, my room looked out onto the plaza in front of the Reina Sofia museum.

    accessible by metro- the entry to the metro is practically right in front of the hotel at the end of the block. however, bear in mind that if you are hauling more than a carry on bag you will be carting your crap down long subway hallways and up and down stairs and escalators. not ideal in this sense.

    directly across the street from Atocha Railway station- All i had to do was cross the street and down the incline was the railway station.

    Would I stay there again. Yes

  • crmeers's Profile Photo

    Great Location

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    I stayed here for my first 2 nights in Madrid. It is a decent hotel, nothing special or anything, but I thought it was great. They have a free breakfast every morning. It is in a great location, right next to the Reina Sofia Modern Art Museum. So the arts district of downtown. I would recommend this hotel to anyone, because it is all you need in a hotel.

    Unique Quality: We had a great view of a little square with the Reina Sofia on the side.
    EVERY ROOM HAS A BALCONY, WHICH IS GREAT. we actually had 2 balconies.

    Directions: Arts district of downtown. Atocha Subway stop.

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    Hotel Mediodia

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    The Hotel Mediodia is in a great location and there is problem walking to virtually everything. What you can't walk to, you can get to from a near by train station.

    Nice old style european hotel!

    Unique Quality: Located in the city center, close to El Prado, the Parque de Retiro and the Atocha train station, this hotel has 165 rooms, all with private bath, telephone and TV. The hotel has two elevators and is a typical Spanish style hotel. There’s a nearby large inexpensive Spanish restaurant serving typical Spanish fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

  • Pat&ZoAnn's Profile Photo

    Affordable, clean and close to many tourist sites

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    When we arrived in Madrid from Sevilla, it was after midnight, and we had no lodging arranged. The only place we could find at that time didn't want to take us at firts (two couples, and they only had two single rooms). The next day, we walked down the street a block or so, and found this hotel.

    Unique Quality: Very good 2 star hotel, across the street from the Atoche train station, and a short walk to the Prado museum

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Taxi Surcharges

by Pat&ZoAnn

Taxis in Madrid have surcharges for everything. There is a charge to be picked up at the airport, dropped off at the train station, etc., etc. If you are going to Atoche Train station, just say you are going to Hotel Mediodia, and walk across the street to catch the train.

ATOCHA

by ruki

It was the first railway station in Spain. The station was originally named Estacion de Mediodia but it is now known as Estacion de Atocha or Atocha Station. One of the most beautiful attractions of this railway station is tropical garden of 4000 m2. The Atocha is a modern facility. It has a large atrium with palm trees flanked by offices. On one end of the atrium (upper floor) is the entrance to the train bays. The new terminal making the station the largest in Madrid. The AVE, Spain high speed train connects the Atocha to Sevilla and Cordoba.

Plaza del Emperador Carlos V
Atocha Renfe (M1, RENFE)

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Hotel Mediodia

by jeffa79

Has anyone stayed at this hotel? We're on a 3-day trip to Madrid next week and are looking to stay here as a base, as somewhere cheapish and centrally located.

Can anyone tell me if this place sounds suitable?

Re: Hotel Mediodia

by jeffa79

I have, but am struggling to find ones with availability from 3-6 October that cost no more than around €80 per night for a double room.

Anyone have any other suggestions for options other than the following (all booked out)?

en busca del tiempo
hotel opera
Apartments Principe 11
Hotel Mora

Thanks,

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Address: 8 Plaza del Emperador Carlos V, Madrid, Madrid, 28012, Spain