Nh Ciudad Real

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida Alarcos 25, Ciudad Real, Castile-La Mancha, 13001, Spain
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 50% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families63
  • Couples63
  • Solo50
  • Business61

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Forum Posts

Paella in Madrid

by travelmuse

I am spending 2 days in Madrid before heading off to a house-sitting gig in Portugal, and I REALLY want to go out and eat some amazing, authentic, delicious paella. Chicken or seafood, I don't care. But, what is a good restaurant to go to for this? I am staying near city center, at Pop Hostel, so the nearer to that the easier for me. :) Thanks!

Re: Paella in Madrid

by Roadquill

I lost my list of good paella joints in Madrid. Few and far between. Check chowhound.com, there were several North of Gran Via and a few blocks East of where the big El Corte Englis hits close to Gran Via. I mention the area so if you research it at least you will be in the right vicinity. The area is a little dicey at night with petty drug dealers working the corners and some obvious prostitutes. I will see if I can find my short list in another computer. Karl

Re: Paella in Madrid

by Roadquill

Avoid the crapola between Sol and Plaza de Santa Ana...

Re: Paella in Madrid

by Windsailor

Restaurante Balear (c/Sagunto 18) is known to have a outstanding Paella, some say it is the best in town, and the only thing I can tell you is that it is very good.

Re: Paella in Madrid

by Jefie

La Barraca (http://www.labarraca.es), No. 29 Calle de la Reina, is another famous spot for paella in Madrid. I ate there a couple years ago and it was delicious!

Re: Paella in Madrid

by travelmuse

thanks everyone! This really helps. I love having good recommendations; I will note these names down and check them out!

Re: Paella in Madrid

by MaheshSamtani

You might probably want to consider to come to Valencia to enjoy some good paella, see a fantastic city and enjoy some great beaches :)

Re: Paella in Madrid

by travelmuse

I don't have time to get to Valencia. I only have 2 nights in Madrid before I have to be in Portugal for a job. :) One day maybe. I'd love to properly visit Spain.

Travel Tips for Madrid

Airport accomodation...

by marisa81

On our last night in Spain, we decided to sleep in the Madrid airport, because funds were running a little tight at this point.
Comfort cannot be expected when trying to sleep on metal chairs, but what was most annoying was the constant cigarette smoke in the airport.
Although there were signs telling people that smoking was not allowed, everyone continues on, including airport staff.

shopping (1)

by ger4444

Spanish shops are open from 10 am till 2 pm and 5 pm till 8 pm. The big department stores are open all day from 10 till 8 pm. you can pay by creditcard in the msot shops, but smaller ones do refuse them. In january and jule there is selling season. look at the sighn rebajas. The most important department store is El Cort ingles, here you find everything you need for. On sundays and holidays you can go visit El Rastro, a flee market. its situated near the Plaza Cascorro. you can actually get things negotiating on a lower price.

Prepare to walk - come rain or shine

by mollymoo0oo0

There's a craZy obsession in this city among adults and children alike for any kind of bag or case that's attached to wheels and pulled along. There are plenty of unlicensed wheelie-case drivers in the city, so I suggest that we need not encourage more!! Of course, on a more practical note, be prepared for plenty of stairs in the metro, so make sure you are able to carry your luggage at least!! The weather in Madrid tends to be chilly or hot - the seasons are fairly distinct (August being uncomfortably hot). But it also seems to be showing evidence of our climatic change on the planet... at the moment, and for much of my time here so far, sudden downpours can appear even on a hot sunny day. If you use umbrellas, you may want to bring one along, or a suitable jacket.

Comfortable shoes for walking are essential. The nature the city, with it's many winding streets, occasional steep hills and the endless stairs in the Metro system means your feet will thank you for it!!

Depending on your personal preference, and the kind of places you want to visit, you may consider that shorts and sandals are less seen in the city, even in the heat... it's considered more suited to the beach. Some of the pricier discotecas/salas - nightclubs may refuse entry to men wearing trainers or jeans. Just for your information... of course, it all depends on what is comfortable and important for you!! Suncream!! The sun can be fierce here! Spanish dictionary/phrase book...

See the wonderful old city...

by lvdpiet

See the wonderful old city sites. Buildings of many centuries just to see for everybody. Nice ols squares. You want a rest? There is a pub on every corner where you eat and drink. Try the famous smoked ham !

Heart of Madrid; Plazas and Streets

by artonice about Plaza Mayor

Spanish people has a diferent way of living.They love being in the streets, plazas or Tapas bars with their childeren, even with their little babies, walking , talking, talking....
They eat dinner so late in the evening and they spend the night in the streets of central for entertainment. I really loved this action.

Also in Istanbul, in Beyoðlu Street it's the same :)

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