Nh La Habana

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Paseo de la habana 73, Madrid, Madrid, 28036, Spain
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66%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
8%
4
Very Good
36%
18
Average
22%
11
Poor
22%
11
Terrible
12%
6

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Costs 25% less but rated 25% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families52
  • Couples60
  • Solo55
  • Business59

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Transport from Hotel Kris Suites Airport to the center

by joanamopa

Hi!

We have 1 day to stay at Madrid between our flights so we have booked a room at Hotel Kris Suites Airport.

From the hotel to the center: bus no. 77 until Canillejas station and here metro to the center, is it correct?

If so, is valid metrobus card? How many tikets we have to pay, 2 (1 at the bus and then other for metro) or just one because there is correspondence?

Thank you.

Re: Transport from Hotel Kris Suites Airport to the center

by lifesaver888

That's the hotel where i will also be staying overnight next month.yes,that's correct Bus 77 to canillejas then metro to the city center.You have to pay separate for the bus and metro.You can buy a 10-trip ticket and use it both for the metro and bus.Its cheaper than buying a ticket for each trip you make.The hotel has a free shuttle ride from and to the airport but i learned from others who have stayed that you need to make a phone call to the hotel when you arrive at barajas airport so the bus can pick you up and reserve the shuttle to the airport the day before you leave inorder to get a seat.I'm also gonna ask a question related to the hotel and its nearby area.

Re: Transport from Hotel Kris Suites Airport to the center

by Redang

Maybe, if you don't use the metro/bus very much, it's better to buy a single ticket, yes, for bus 77 plus for metro. Ask if that hotel has a metro station neraby, then, take the metro or the exprés aerpuerto bus (yellow) that will take you to Atocha Station or Cibeles before (2 €).

Have a look at www.metromadrid.es and www.emtmadrid.es, I think there is a icket you can use in cas you take the bus then, within a reasonable time, the metro, but I'm not too surs, chek the websites.

Transport from Hotel Kris Suites Airport to the center

by joanamopa

Thank you so much for your answer!

Re: Transport from Hotel Kris Suites Airport to the center

by lifesaver888

You're welcome.Hope you could post a reply here if what i've said and read from other reviews are correct(like calling the hotel to pick you up at barajas).Wish you a pleasant stay at Suites Kris.

Transport from Hotel Kris Suites Airport to the center

by joanamopa

Hi!

Yesterday I phoened the hotel and confirm you it is neccessary to phoen the hotel when you have arrived at the airport to pick you up.

Have a nice trip!

Re: Transport from Hotel Kris Suites Airport to the center

by lifesaver888

Okay, thanks for the info! :)

Travel Tips for Madrid

Plaza Oriente

by Nathalie_B

This row of sculptures can be found right in front of the royal palace. Actually, these are not just sculptures these are queens that originally were planned to be placed on top of the palace. But the plans have changed after the stone ladies were found too heavy for the “royal pedestal”. This is why today they are placed in a tiny park facing the palace.

Plaza de Toros

by virtualpatrick

This is one of the largest bullfighting ring in Spain. There are usually bullfights on Sundays and holidays between Easter and October; and just about daily from May through beginning of June.

Calle Alcala 237
www.las-ventas.com
+34 91 356 2200

Bullfightings

by SirRichard

This is something every tourist who comes to Madrid wants to see once!! I am not very fond of it, but will try to give you an idea of what is it all about...

Where to see it?
Madrid arena called "Las Ventas" (http://www.las-ventas.com/). This web is interesting, but is in spanish. To get there, take the Metro, line 2 (red) till the end, stop "Ventas"

When to see it?
The corridas take place every sunday (from march to october) and in certain festivities. There are special corridas in San Isidro festivities, in may, with shows every day of the week.

Prices
The prices go from 2 euros (at the very top under the sun) to 100 (first row on the shade). Why different prices for sun and shade? Because all the corridas start at 5pm, and the sun is high normally at that time...

Where to buy the tickets? The best way is in the Plaza, the fridays (10-2, 5-8) or in certain "agencies" (Victoria street, near Sol), but there is more expensive (20% more).
There is a website too, for tickets all over Spain:
http://www.ticketstoros.com/ingles/teyci.html

How does it go?
There are normally 6 bulls, played by 6 different toreros (though some may play several, depends). Each bull has to be "played" and then killed with a sword and the corrida ends when the 6 bulls are killed.

It might be a disgusting show for some animal lovers and sensible souls, but beside the bull itself, there are many colourful and ethnically interesting aspects that make a bullfight an interesting experience while in Madrid...

Anglona "secret" Garden

by agarcia

I was just walking along La Latina district, looking for fresh pictures for my photography class, when I found the place that I was not looking for; a place that I wanted to be shown, rather than discover it by mere chance.

In any case, I recognize the good taste and "fine nose" of the person who pointed to me first about this oasis of serenity in the heart of Madrid most vibrant district. Again, is because these hidden treasures why I love this city so much. :-)

Museum Musei

by SirRichard about Culture

Museum Musei is a shop specialized in reproductions of museum items. Here you will find from books on Art to mugs with Goya or Velazquez paintings on it.
There are many, I think one is at Velazquez Street, and there is one at the Barajas airport Duty Free. Nice items for souvenirs, from pencils to scarfs, umbrella, creamics...

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Address: Paseo de la habana 73, Madrid, Madrid, 28036, Spain