Petit Palace Alcala Torre Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Virgen de los Peligros 2 (Esquina con Alcalá, 23), 28013 Madrid, Spain

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59%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
17%
12
Very Good
25%
17
Average
17%
12
Poor
23%
16
Terrible
16%
11

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 30% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families63
  • Couples50
  • Solo41
  • Business22
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    Nice stay

    by

    We chose this hotel because is close to The Casino, the place where it was my cousin´s reception wedding. The reception staff were very nice at our arrive. The room decorated in modern style, the bed very comfortable and the best the shower. There is a laptop in every room where you can use with free wifi that the hotel offers. The breakfast room is located on 5th floor where we enjoyed of a great breakfast we did it with the views of Calle Alcala. It was only a night but sure that I´ll back in my next visit to Madrid.

    La elección de este hotel era porque estaba al lado del casino de Madrid, lugar en el cual celebró mi prima su boda, ella tuvo el detalle de hacer la reserva a nuestro nombre. La chica de la recepción a la llegada fue un encanto el check in fue todo bién. La habitación decorada en estilo moderno, la cama muy cómoda, al ser una noche y como iba peinada para boda no dormí mucho pero lo mejor es que cada habitación dispone de un ordenador portatil de la marca dell el cual al ser solo una noche la que estabamos y llegabamos tarde en la noche no le dimos uso pero seguro que otra vez que vayamos si que le daremos uso. Tienen wifi gratis, pides la clave en recepción y a navegar. La sala de desayunos se encuentra en la 5º planta la cual tiene unas vistas maravillosas de la calle alcala. El desayuno tipo buffete está muy completo y muy variado. Solo fue una noche pero seguro si vuelvo a Madrid elijo este hotel por todo, parada de metro Sevilla al lado de la entrada de la calle del hotel, camas cómodas ducha de maravilla y el desayuno con vistas que ofrece.

    Directions: Metro: Sevilla

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Forum Posts

Train Madrid - Alicante

by Piter_2

We will be with a normal luggage - 3 big suitcases...

There is no any luggage places in the coach, - what we have to do?

May be it is easier to go by car?

Re: Train Madrid - Alicante

by elpariente

You have room into the coach , at the entrance you may leave the suitcases or in your seat in a rack over your head ( if they are very big you must leave them in the entrance )

Re: Train Madrid - Alicante

by irfankash

You should take only important things with you! Leave the other into the room of HOTEL/ Restuarent.

Re: Train Madrid - Alicante

by puerto_lover

If you use a bus / coach you can put all the cases in the baggage hold underneath the seating. There are a few buses that go from Alicante to Barajas and vice versa. More buses from South bus terminal in Madrid.
www.alsa.es

Travel Tips for Madrid

Be ready to Party!

by sleepingwolf

Madrid is a city that never sleeps. The restaurants and bars are always bustling. There doesn't seem to be a recession of any kind, maybe this was because we were there during the Holiday season. Luckily I love to shop and had a ball going in and out of shops in the fashion mecca around Puerta del Sol. I also love the hours. I love being a late riser, having afternoons off and being able to shop late into the night (some stores are open to 10pm). Old Madrid is my favorite area, with with "caves" under Plaza mayor, each containing a little tapas bar, wine bar or restaurant. I love the singing in the restaurants and bars, and the music every where for that matter. There is music in the streets, plazas and subway stations. there is also the smell of baking bread everywhere.

Puerta del Sol
This is the...

by shellseeker

Puerta del Sol
This is the very heart of the city. There is always something going on, no matter what time of the day (or night) it is. Around Sol you find good shopping streets (my favourite is Calle del Arenal), very good restaurants, the ticket boot for the bull fight (Calle de la Victoria), 3 different metro lines and so on. It also makes a very good meeting point for everyone. Every Madrileño knows the “milestone zero”, the symbolic centre of Spain or the “oso y madroño” (the bear with the strawberrytree, the symbol on the city flag).

Packing List

by Rocky4

Small bag because you have to take it off and on the
bus. Pack a sweater and raingear. July is extremely hot but when it rained, it got chilly. Dresses for women are in order in a restaurant or nightclub Comfortable shoes with low heels. Make sure you have enough supply of your prescription medication Many churches do not let you take photos. Buy postcards

In the posher track

by agarcia

I love the typically British style that this little alley has. Located in the very heart of the shopping area of Madrid, it shapes immediately resembles that of the London Chelsea’s mews. The alley holds some of the most exclusive shops and restaurants of Madrid... meaning that not only in style, but also in prices, the place resembles London a lot ;-)

Arab cafe

by schlumpf about Cafes

If you have been soimewhere in the middle east, or simply want to check out an arab place and relax as they do, i.e. drinkkiing an amazing mint tea and smoking a sheeshas, Madrid can offer yo ualso this...
Simply go to the Saints area, Calle Santa Maria, Calle Jesus, Calle los Apostules...in that areas (i might be more focused) there is a prettu beautifull arab bar with style where to have a cup of mint tea with waterpipe!

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Address: Virgen de los Peligros 2 (Esquina con Alcalá, 23), 28013 Madrid, Spain