Nh Breton

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Bretón de los Herreros 29, Madrid, Madrid, 28003, Spain
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Average
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 34% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples84
  • Solo72
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Flamenco

by aeb

A big thanks to Road and Pedmar for their help. We took your advise. Now trying to decide on a Flamenco night. Choices so far are LA Solea, Moreria, Torres Bermejas, and Florida Park or any other recommendations. Would we be best eating elsewhere or at the show.

Also, how safe is Madrid metro. Would a taxi be a better option after ten at night.

Many thanks in advance to anyone responding.

Re: Flamenco

by dino335

I don't know any of those places other than La Solea, which is described as a TINY bar "with a house guitarist willing to accompany ANYONE willing to test their luck in the art of Flamenco Singing. You may see an outstanding artist or an inept amateur. It doesn't open until 11 PM.

I don't know that any of those places are actually "Tablaos" which are restaurants as well performance spaces -- they have real shows. Three such places that get top artists are Cafe de Chinitas (plush), Las Carbonaras (elegant, modern, touristy but good performances, the dancers own the place)and Corral la Moreria (sammler and more rustic). Descriptions are from Time Out Madrid (2002 edition, I assume these places are all still there. Also, Time out says "the fun at these places really starts around midnight, when most tourists go off to bed and the major artists appear; until then you may just get the kitsch jollity of the house musicians and dancers.

If you go to one of these places you may want to eat dinner before hand because the food is VERY expensive. So are the drinks. But some give free admission if you buy dinner. And the admission charge may include one drink.

The Metro is perfectly safe.

Re: Flamenco

by Belsaita

Yes, the metro is safe after 10 at night that's when many people come back home. As said above, most places are just "warming up" till midnight, so I'm afraid you will most likely take a taxi back.

Florida Park offers not only Flamenco, depending on the hight there is one or other kind of music/dance. As far I know is more a nightclub than a flamenco place.

No idea about the others

I heard great things about "Cardamomo", but I've never been there. According its website looks like a "serious" flamenco place (I mean, not a tourist rip-off, but a place where you can see some good artists and an overall decent show): www.cardamomo.net

Travel Tips for Madrid

Cute town Madrid

by VictoriaM.

Madrid-Spain’s most central region and national capital, Madrid may be the major business center and industrial headquarters of the country, but do not be surprised to learn that Spaniards work to live, rather than live to work. As Hemingway said, "Nobody goes to bed in Madrid until they have killed the night." While many of the city’s 5 million residents are not out on the town every night-thousands of them are. Even on weeknights you can be stuck in a traffic jam at midnight in the center of Madrid. The reality is that this city is awake at night-all night. An evening marathon of food, drink, and song is meant to be enjoyed slowly so that you can have the energy to make it to the end. Described as one of the world’s greenest places, El Retiro, a botanical garden, captives the attention of visitors. Prado Museum ranks as one of the leading art collections anywhere.
Madrid-Spain’s capital city has played a major role in the Iberian peninsula since 1562. The city has cultural attractions, architectural treasures, and endless entertainment. During the summer months, Madrid is a slower-paced city—many of the residents take vacations then.

un poco espanol

by ger4444

its good to have a little knowledge of spanish, allthough most of the madriles speak english, the elder generation doesnt that well. its helpfull in shops and small restaurants and some pubs.

do you speak english?: habla ingles?
yes: si
no: no
how are you? como esta usted?
i dont understan: no comprendo
please: por favor
thank you: gracias
hello: hola
what? que?
can you speak slower? puede hablar mas desporacio?
how much is this? cuanto cuesta?
i want...: me gusta
i am only looking: solo mirando
have you...: tienen?
post office: la officina de correos
supermarket: el supermercado
tabacshop: el estanco
where is..: donde esta...
busstation: la estacion de auto busses
trainstation: la estation de trenes
the bill please: la cuenta por favor
the menu: la carte menu del dia
waiter: camarero
0: cero
1: uno
2: dos
3: tres
4: cuatro
5: cinco
6: seis
7: siete
8: ocho
9: nueve
10 diez
100: cien
1000: mille.

Madrid Nightlife Extends into the day!

by sleepingwolf

A small portable satchel in black to carry small camera and metro passes, for night and day. A comfortable pair of black shoes for night, you never know when you are going to a disquotech after dinner. Also some restaraunt frown on tennis shoes. Pack plenty of your prefered hangover medicine, aslo stock up on bottled water during the day. You can buy it to "take away" from many bars but it is best to have plenty in case you forget. Madrid is very loud so earplugs for afternoon napping and early (before 1am) night sleepers. Also for late risers (after 10 am) and those with hangovers.
Almost as an oxymoron you need an alarm clock. While in Madrid you will get used to sleeping late, until that unfortunate morning when you have to go home --an set that clock!

Door of Mercy

by Sharrie

This is the Puerta del Pardon (Door of Mercy) at Toledo Cathedral. It has a tympanum decorated with religious characters.

Inside the cathedral, the High Altar Reredos, one of the most beautiful in Spain, depicts scenes from Christ's life.

Catch a Zarzuela

by Roadquill about Live music & shows

Even though my Spanish is limited, I enjoyed an evening watching a Zarzuela. I would call it a cross between light opera, flamenco dancing and Gilbert & Sullivan, a la Spanish. The theatre I was at was elegant, there was a 20 or so piece orchestra, great singing, dancing, acting, comedy, drama. Wonderful costumes. They start relatively early in the evening. Also, the first one I tried to get a ticket to was sold out so I had to go to one down the street that was 75% full. Most of the patrons dressed nice.

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Address: Bretón de los Herreros 29, Madrid, Madrid, 28003, Spain