The hotel itself is very nice, modern, clean. Large rooms, good size bathroom. Reception staff are very friendly.
Even though I don't think it really matters whether there is a TV or not in the room, there was only 1 english channel.
There is a bus stop right behind the hotel which is probably the best way to travel into town. the closest train station is about a 15min walk down some of the quiet streets. There is nothing local in the area. So eating and buying any bits will be when you are out and about.
We only booked the rooms so didn't experience what the food was like in the hotel.
If your travelling to see Madrid I wouldn't recommend staying here. It took roughly 45min to get into town. If you decide to take a cab from the airport to the hotel or vice versa you are looking at 30euros roughly. If you decide to take public transport give yourself over an hour as you have to come towards town first and then get a train/ bus.
Tip get a travel card whilst your there its not that expensive and its the easiest way to travel
night buses are very efficient but like london, it's a slower service.
ovewrall very nice hotel but to far out of the city.
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