Tryp Infanta Mercedes

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Calle Huesca 21, Esquina Infanta Merce, Madrid, Madrid, 28020, Spain
Hotel Infanta Mercedes
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families88
  • Couples57
  • Solo70
  • Business40

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Long stay parking in Madrid

by Victor250

Hi all, I will be staying in central Madrid for approx 5 days in April, I shall be arriving by car and will not require my vehicle whle I am in Madrid. Like all major cities I am aware long term parking in the city centre wll be expensive, are there any park and ride schemes or places in the suburbs I could park the car and then travel in by metro? My hotel is very close to Sol metro station. Any advive greatly appreciated.

Re: Long stay parking in Madrid

by MaheshSamtani

There is a long period parking near the airport, where you do not have to show them a plane ticket to get a parking. They are reasonably cheap. They used to charge a round 5 Euros plus VAT a day with a minimum of 30 Euros. However I suppose this must have changed a little bit. They provide transport to the airport from where you can get many options of transport to the city center. This is an option with quite some distance from the city, however much more cheaper than parking in any garage in the city center. Check their site at the following link
Best rgards

Travel Tips for Madrid

The first moments in Madrid

by Malecka

Upon the arrival at Atocha Train Station, we found the hostel I had made reservations for (located very centrally) and started exploring GRAN VIA (one of the main streets) moving towards Calle San Bernardo. We did have a map but no guide at all since we just wanted to feel the city and walk just about anywhere. We got to Parque del Oeste, and from there visited the famous Plaza España – where you can also see the monument dedicated to Cervantes – Don Quijote y Sancho Pansa. Sitting in front of the Templo de Debod, in Parque del Oeste and watching the late afternoon sky above me. Amazing sight!

Cibeles Square

by SirRichard

A real symbol of Madrid, this fountain represents goddess Cibeles in a chariot with 2 lions. In the same square you can see (clockwise from Post Office building):
- Central Post Office. The main building, with those big towers.
- Bank of Spain.
- Ministry of Defence
- Casa de America (House of America, Cultural centre).
In this fountain is where Real Madrid supporters gather to celebrate when their team wins a championship (often, by the way!)
If you see foreign flags around the fountain, it means that a foreign president or king is visiting Madrid at that time (rock stars don't count for this, LOL)


by ger4444

As i was in spain in 1996, i took my guitar with me. such good idea. always a good medium to make new friends. sitting in the parque Retiro and singing it was entertainment for the passing tourists and madrilenians. i even earned a couple of pesetas, as it was called these days. Since spain is the country of the guitar everyone will love it.

Estacion de Principe Pio

by ger4444

This railroad station is designed by Biarez, Grasset amd Mercier. Its build in iron and has pavilions in mudejar style. In 1926 the modern look was completed by building a front done by Ribes. Above the tracks there is a magnifican piece of woodwork.

Night time Extravaganza at Joy Nightclub

by jwilliams2005 about Clubs

This is without a doubt Madrid's most famous nightclub and it attracts the rich and famous from all over the world as well as a faithful local crowd. It changed its name from Joy Eslava after a fire and consequent renovation work in 1998, but most people still call it by its original name, and the decor and atmosphere remain the same as ever. However, the prices have gone up. The building was originally a theatre and dates from the 1870s. They have several rooms with different tases and flavors, Regge, traditional, R&B, latin, spanish, etc. You will never foget the experience.

Open Hours: 11:30pm-5:30am Mon-Thu; 11:30pm-6am Fri-Sat No jeans, no sneakers


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 Tryp Infanta Mercedes

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Address: Calle Huesca 21, Esquina Infanta Merce, Madrid, Madrid, 28020, Spain