Lope De Vega Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Lope de Vega,49, Madrid, Madrid, 28014, Spain

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  • Families91
  • Couples83
  • Solo80
  • Business64
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    Great location

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    The location of the hotel is really good, at walking distance from Atocha station, in front of Museo del Prado, with a great variety of bars and restaurants nearby.
    Rooms are named after Lope de Vega works. I was given room Fuenteovejuna, facing backwards (no nice views), which was not a problem for me.
    The room was very comfortable, with good wifi connection. I paid 69 € for a single-use room, breakfast included. Breakfast was very varied. The only complaint is that I had asked for lactose-free milk when I booked but and they did not provide it. Good coffee, anyway.

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Highly Recommended Hotel

by ElizS712 about Lope de Vega

A great, central hotel very close to the Prado and Retiro park. Tremendously helpful staff who go out of their way to help. We loved the place and plan to return. The hotel has a boutique feel, our room was spacious and the bathroom was a large size by European standards. Our room had an oversized patio which was a bonus.

Highly Recommended Hotel

by ElizS712 about Lope de Vega

A great, central hotel very close to the Prado and Retiro park. Tremendously helpful staff who go out of their way to help. We loved the place and plan to return. The hotel has a boutique feel, our room was spacious and the bathroom was a large size by European standards. Our room had an oversized patio which was a bonus.

Teatro Lope de Vega

by jorgejuansanchez

Madrid is the cultural Spanish capital. The high quality of its theatres and music halls, compared to London or New York, is not to be found in any other city of Spain.
This Lope de Vega theatre, named after our genius of literature and prolific writer Lope de Vega, offers every year a different wonderful show: Evita Peron, The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Abba’ Mamma mia, etc.
Along the street Gran Via you have many other interesting theatres and cinemas.

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'Havin a good time...!'Havin a good time...!

Different view from the bus.Different view from the bus.

People enjoying the parkPeople enjoying the park

Natural beauty in the Parque del OesteNatural beauty in the Parque del Oeste

Forum Posts

Driving

by nino224

Wondering how long the drive to Santiago would be if I rented a car, and what places of interest I could stop at along the way.

Re: Driving

by leics

www.viamichelin.com will give you route and estimated drive times. There are a number of Santiagos available, so make sure you choose the one you want.

Re: Driving

by Redang

Yes, you probably mean Santiago de Compostela, in Galicia, northeast of Spain.

Some places you can visit: Valladolid, Zamora, Salamanca...

Re: Driving

by Belsaita

More interesting places, more or less on the way, depending how you plan your route: Toro, Astorga, León.... not to say the many beuatiful small villages.

How much time do you have to play with?

You can do this drive in one day, in one week or more... do you plan to stay overnight somewhere (and how many nights) or you mean places to stop along the way to rest/eat for a couple of hours?

Re: Driving

by nino224

Thanks, everyone!

I'm doing the English route of El Camino, from Ferrol to S. de Compostela. The current plan is to fly into Madrid, and spend a day there. Day 2 drive to Santiago, stopping along the way at some of these places then settling into Santiago. On day 3 I take a bus to Ferrol and begin the 5 day journey.

Re: Driving

by nino224

Via michelin.

What a great resource!!

Re: Driving

by leics

Yes indeed.

But for the UK and Ireland (for your future reference) it is better to use

http://www.theaa.com/route-planner/index.jsp

which has info about roadworks, traffic blackspots, speed cameras etc as well as the same info as viamichelin.

Re: Driving

by nino224

Good to know.

Travel Tips for Madrid

TREKKING IN NAVACERRADA

by Chus69

If you like sports in nature, you will find this advice as a lovely place to relax yourself. Close to the city (about 60 Kilometers, that is an hour by car) you can touch snow in Winter time.
In the picture you can see me and my work fellows, during a day trip in 2001.

Great Night Out.

by LaurynDC about Kapital

Kapital is still the best night club I have ever been to. I have gone three times during my trips to Europe and have not found a place I like better. It's kinda pricey but TOTALLY worth it.. I recommend finding an "entrada gratis" and going early.. with all the floors there's not way youre going to get bored. No sneakers.

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Address: Lope de Vega,49, Madrid, Madrid, 28014, Spain