Stayed here back in November whilst over to see Elbow.
Didn't arrive till midnight, but could still check in, and grab a botlle of wine in the bar with some lovely snacks to nibble on.
Hotel room on the small side but perfectly ample for our needs. Club lounge was excellent. Really spacious with lots on offer - managed a few drinks and got talking to some lovely people - at times I find club lounges quite stuffy, but not the case this time.
Metro station within walking distance, that opens up the whole city. However, it's a lovely walk down to Cibeles if it's a nice day.
When I was there, there was some sort of American Navy function on, so security was high, but at no time did this impair what I wanted to do in the hotel.
I have been to other hotels in madrid, but will definitely return here for future visits.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An 18th-century palace was the inspiration for this emblematic hotel in Madrid, situated on one of the city's most famed thoroughfares. Culinary delights include El Jardin with an exquisite menu overseen by renowned head chef Miguel de la Fuente. Bar 49 serves fine local wines and the city's signature tapas. Ideally located in the cultural and business district, the hotel is minutes from the Prado Museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Real Madrid Museum and elegant Serrano shopping district. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Intercontinental Madrid Hotel Madrid