Prado Real Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

C/ Prado 15, Soto del Real, Soto del Real, 28791, Spain
Hotel Prado Real
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 51% less and rated 10% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples100
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Best internet cafe?

by DJStarr

Hi, I'm in Madrid for a week. Would like to find a fun and interesting internet cafe. I have a small laptop, but prefer to use my USB stick and the large monitors, so just wifi doesn't sometimes cut it.
I'd also LOVE TO MEET UP with other world travelers while I am here. Tapas, anyone?
Thanks,
DJ Starr

Re: Best internet cafe?

by unaS

Don't know about a 'fun' internet cafe, but in Madrid there is a chain of internet shops that are also convenience stores and souvenir shops. The name of the chain is Kiosocity. It did seem to me that their clocks ran a bit fast.

You have to decide in advance how much time you want and pay for that amount of time first. Throughout the city the rate in Madrid (October, 2009) was Euro 1 per hour.

I found a few other internet shops that I used in preference to the Kioskocity chain. I also used the computer in the hostal because they permitted one to use it for a 1/2 hour only at a time, which none of the shops would permit.

One of the best that I found is the WORKcenter chain. The clocks there run a bit slow - to the advantage of the client. The branch that I used was on Plaza de Canalejas, C/Principe 1 - a short walk down from Sol.

Re: Best internet cafe?

by unaS

Sorry - that is spelled KioscoCity

Travel Tips for Madrid

The Castle. It was something...

by researchgrl

The Castle. It was something to see. Just to realize the age and how well kept things are was such a site. The hospitality was beautiful. The best thing, I thought, was the morning coffee. The coffee was in a huge cup, not like the typical small cups Americans use. The waiter also gave warm bread with the coffee. I recall many Gypsies, along the roadsides. It looked like something out of a Movie. All the windows, of homes, were adorned with flower boxes. The Amusement Park, was a site.

Chestnut stall

by DPando

if u are coming in fall season to Madrid or other places in spain.. will find lots of street vendors selling chestnuts and sweet potato (tuber family) really good and healthy !!
this picture is an exemple located in Plaza de España

BULLFIGHTING A SPORT? ARE YOU JOKING?

by balihai69

i know that bullfighting is a very controversial topic. thera are many reasons to be against it, and devotees have probably as many to be in favour ... but in any case i think it can never be considered as a sport and i dont know anybody keen on bullfighting that think in other way

pls, dont compare bullfighting to fishing, it has nothing to do with it (though, neither i think about fishing as a sport )

Real Fabrica de Tapices

by ger4444

this weavingmill shows you how carpets are made. Its founded in the 18 th century by the Bourbons. The process of weaving hasnt changed since the 18 th century. Some of the pasteboards are made by Goya. Nowadays the weavery's maintask is the making and restoring of carpets for the Ritz,

A Flamenco night to remember

by El_Sueco about Corral de la Moreria

Corral de la Moreria is perhaps the most famous scene for Flamenco dancing in the world. It has made its fame during the 47 years of establishing (founded in 1956).
Many are those prominent guests that have passed their evening here.
You can dine or just take a drink with something small to eat.
The cost is 30 euro for the show plus cost for what you eat and drink.
The atmosphere in this relatively small local is very "Spanish" and you will enjoy a very good music show with singing and dancing.
On the scene appears both established artists as new one. On my visit among others were Juan Andres Maya and Belen Fernandez, the last one a tiny small beautiful Spanish girl with unbelievable strength and force in her steps.
Recommendable show!

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