Inter-Continental Madrid

Paseo de la Castellana 49, Madrid, Madrid, 28046, Spain
(5 star hotel)
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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the grand hotel intercontinental castellana

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 11, 2013

A magnificent hotel of the Intercontinental saga, on the wonderfully chic paseo de la castellana . I have stayed here with the family and it always bring memories as usually I go here on business.

you have all the comfort of a class hotel, and the deco is belle epoque to modern, the breakfast is sublime in the basement. parking is 31€ now.per day.

the site tells all better than I; Intercontinental class. A bit of history
In the 18th century, the property was purchased by Marqués de Mérito and he had the palace reconstructed as a spectacular palatial estate. Implementing his ideas, D. Luis Feluchi decided at the end of the 1940s to keep and maintain the chimney and fireplace in the meeting room, TOLEDO, which is made of Carrara marble. You can still find the doors and LA PLACITA, the entrance for horse drawn carriages, also in their original forms.
In the 1950's it became very famous with the famous such as Ava Gardner, Frank Sinatra,Elizabeth Taylor,Mia Farrow , Zsa Zsa Gabor, Sophia Loren, Gina Lollobrigida, Tony Curtis, Robert Mitchum, Luis Mariano, Gary Cooper and Charleston Heston. Amongs many.

just wonderful.

Unique Quality: ultimate location, close to all the nice shopping and my sites.the views of the city are great see photos.

Directions: by Train go to Chamartin Renfe and take a taxi for about 10€ to hotel. or by metro from airport take line 8 to nuevos ministerios and then line 10 to Gregorio Marañón the station is about 1000 meters from hotel. I go by car.

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4-5 Star Hotel with 4-5 Star Prices

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 9, 2010

The rooms, the overall hotel and the service at the Inter-Continental are beyond comparison with the hotels I normally stay in. Like most expensive hotels, nothing is cheap or free. At the lower end of the Holiday inn line, the Holiday Inn Express hotels, breakfast and internet are free.

At the top end of the hotel chain, the rooms are very expensive. The continental breakfast is 35 Euro, a lot of money for a roll. Internet is 20 Euro for 24 hours, 1 dollar per hour. When high speed internet at home costs 39 to 49 dollars per month, 25 dollars per day seems a bit high. In addition, as soon as you log-in, the timer starts and your 20 Euro goes away in 24 hours, use it or not.

In the lower end hotels you get a movie channel or two. At this hotel there is no movie channel. They do have a digital movie service that offers pay per view movies. For 29 Euro, you can watch all kinds of old movies, the kind you find at yard sales, all day. You also get to use the TV internet service with the wireless keyboard. So why so much for wired internet?

Expect dinner to cost 100 Euro for two people. The food is good and maybe worth it for the service and quality, but the VIP restaurant behind the hotel will fill you for under 20 Euro.

Unique Quality: Wonderful accomodations, great concierge service, a bath I would love to have in my home, great pillows. Expensive Internet service, high breakfast cost, high dining room costs, poor TV.

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Great Location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 5, 2007

Excellent buffet breakfast. Very friendly and efficient staff. Dinner offerings a bit bland and overpriced but you don't have to wait until 10 pm to eat. Wine was also expensive by the glass but bottle prices were more reasonable. I stayed here during a conference and wouldn't spend this much if I had to pay my own money but it was very nice in most respects. Very good location, easy to get to points of interest..

Unique Quality: Concierge recommended several reasonably priced restaurants serving excellent food.

Directions: north end of the main street in town

1of Madrid's best hotels..but location is business

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 7, 2006

High class rooms, big and clean, great service all-the-way. Not a single complaint!

Unique Quality: Just excellent. From breakfast to pay-tv-offerings and room service everything was very nice.

Directions: The location is a little out of the way for a tourist. It's more suitable for business. But metro is near, cheap and very clean and fast.

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The lovely Castellana...

by written on September 12, 2002

The lovely Castellana Inter-Continental Hotel located right in the heart of Madrid's historical and financial district. The subway/ metro is just outside its doorsteps.

Directions: Paseo de la Castellana 49, Madrid 28046, Spain

Tel: +34 91 700 7300

E-mail: madrid@interconti.com

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Address: Paseo de la Castellana 49, Madrid, Madrid, 28046, Spain

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