- Reviews: 2851
Gran Mélia Fénix: Gran Mélia Fénix
a class hotel visited while just call the Fénix, then went to the Tryp chain and now it is in the Mélia chain. In all, it is a magnificent property right off paseo de la Castellana and near Plaza de Colon.
It was first done in 1953 what was an avant garde hotel. I have been staying here since 1990 on and off, pleasure was the first time than business and pleasure opportunities.
Some of the famous who have been here are The Beatles, Cary Grant, Bill Clinton,and David Beckham.
You will have all you need and more here,the very essence of Spanish luxury at its central city best. i took one old photo from the vault !
underground parking for my car around the corner part of hotel, near metro station at Colon, banks and stores and restos all around you , many bus lines passing by at paseo de la castellana. Surrounded by famous streets such as Serrano, Velázquez, Goya ,and Paseo de la Castellana, you can walk to all as it is in the so call golden mile of Madrid or Milla de Oro, and only 10 minutes from the famous Gran Vía, and the main muséums such as Prado, Reina Sofía, and Thyssen
great resto and bar and excellent breakfasts in the basement.
- Reviews: 1095
Crowne Plaza airport: Chorizo pillows & poor service
I used up my holiday inn points to stay here for just 46euro while connecting on Madrid onto Lima
They have free shuttle from airport
Nothing to do near the hotel
Hotel is very nice, big room with huge long 'chorizo pillows'
Service was poor, room service forgot our knife n fork n we had to chase twice. In the bar they have a buzzer for table service but we still had to go to the bar
The gym is well equipped
Overall a pleasant relaxing stay before a long flight
- Reviews: 223
Hotel Mario: Fading hipster in great location
Part of the "Roommate" group of hotels, "Mario" is definitely one of the older in the series. Another lumbering 90's relic with a sleek Miami aesthetic, travelers can get a fairly stylish stay at a budget price.
The location is really unbeatable - just uphill from the "Opera" metro station, on a quiet, charming street.
The staff was quite friendly, although the front desk was chronically understaffed(pretty typical Spanish mode of cost-cutting). On the bright side, the included breakfast was quite good, extensive, and served in an attractive dining room.
The room itself was a good size, and well-appointed as well.
It's not the trendsetter it once was(and the "named" format for the hotels is hella annoying), but at these prices, and in this location, you'll have no complaints. I would book it, again.
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