Room Mate Laura
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Tuesday morning we caught a high-speed train to Madrid - I think the highest speed I saw was 303 Kilometers per hour! After arriving at the train station in Madrid, we bought a ticket to the metro and hopped on towards our hotel. Plaza del Sol - has to be the busiest place in Madrid. It is a block from our hotel We dropped off our stuff at the …
Those banners all over Bilbao's balconies the other day? Turns out they were not routinely fanatical fans. Bilbao was playing Real Madrid in the football final. Yesterday. Real Madrid won. The celebrations are in Madrid. Today... I am all museum-ed and gallery-ed out. But Liz had a shortlist of must-sees, so we decided to go seperately today - a …
After the Christmas festivities had died down we began to look forward to New Year celebrations. Steve and I returned from visiting my family in Newcastle on 29th and after unpacking, repacking, finding homes for the Christmas gifts, emptying the fridge of anything foul smelling or likely to become that way, bearing in mind everything was taking me …
Eight of us gathered for breakfast. Pete and Rich slept on! Breakfast was a pretty good spread. There was cold meats and cheese, different breads, muffins, pastries, cake, fruit and delicious tortilla with a fresh tomato sauce which if you caught them bringing a fresh one out was also warm! They replenished the food often too. Over breakfast it was …
Next morning I was so glad I didn't have a flight to catch. We woke about 10am, got dressed, went to breakfast with Pete, Melbers and Rich. Andrea hadn't been feeling well and had taken two Night Nurse the night before and was dead to the world. After eating my body weight in tortilla I needed to sleep again and so did Steve so we left the boys to …
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i stayed 2 nights at room mate laura, 3 stars may a bit hard but there are some negative points that made me put this note. starting with the positives, the location is nice, less than 5 min walking from opera metro, really close to gran via and by foot about 20 min from del prado museum. the staff was very nice, i was quite charged when i arrived and one guy from the reception did help me. here come the negatives: ok so you have to know
Took my partner to Madrid from 3rd to 5th December as a birthday treat. Chose to stay in this hotel following reading other reviews. The hotel is great, very modern, kind of funky decor. I decided to book an Atico (top floor room) since one of the reviews mentioned great views. I don't know if all the top floor rooms are the same but a view across the roof tops wasn't great! The room itself was spacious, good sized shower room, nice to have an apple left by the bedside each day.
Great Hotel - Loud at Night
The Rooms had plenty of space - very european and modern
The hotel is tucked away on a VERY VERY narrow and small street - Close to the Callao and SOL Metro Stations - Near the Plaza de Sol, Plaza de Callao and Plaza Mayor .
One Negative - There is a LOUD after hours club - which stays open till 3:30 AM directly outside the hotel - be warned
What a pleasant surprise! A very funky, contemporary and friendly hotel - very close to Plaza Mayor. We went on a girls' weekend to Madrid, and were lucky enough to be upgraded to a Deluxe Penthouse upon arrival. It was so nice to have a livingroom and a kitchen to use (even though the kitchen wasn't stocked with any dishes/pans etc). The design of the entire hotel is impressive. The breakfasts were simple but great - the Spanish tortilla was my favourite. The value for money on this hotel was excellent... they are a new hotel, so they might just be doing introductory pricing at the moment, since the hotels in the same area for a comparable price are nowhere near as nice (we checked out some of the places we almost booked when we got there). Stay here - you won't be disappointed!
We stayed at the Laura for four nights, in the beginning of October. It is a very nice place, the decoration is great, the room was huge for European standards (the bathroom, tho, was small and uncomfortable, but hey, you can't get everything, right?). They also had a nice breakfast (tho we got tired of it after the third day, because they never change the limited options), the staff was helpfull and the location was great - very close to the subway, to a huge "El Corte Inglés", to Gran Via, etc. We did most of our sight-seeing on foot (tho it is quite a walk to Museo del Prado).
Visited the Room mate laura for 4 nights in a Duplex deluxe suite rm 210 for 130 euros a night +tax for two people + continental breakfast. It was really very good value compared to other madrid hotels.
My husband and I stayed at Hotel Room Mate Laura for 5 days at the beginning of a wedding anniversary trip. We are in our late 60s. We were given an upgrade to a deluxe room with upstairs loft. Each level had its own bath (with soaps, shampoo, lotion, shoe shine bar, etc.), plasma tv, and phone. The lower larger level had an eating area with table, chairs, and mini-fridge. You can also get this room with a kitchen.
In an ideal central location, friendly staff that are happy to help with any queries you may have. Clean, tidy and unusual rooms with facilities definitely exceeding our expectations, pleasant breakfast - would definitely recommend the hotel to anyone staying in Madrid.
We have just returned from a 4 night city break in Madrid. Room Mate Laura lived up to and surpassed all our expectations. Whilst in a central and convenient positon, close to several metro stations, Plaza Mayor Tourist Office, a number of cultural attractions, restaurants and shops (within sight of the large El Conte Ingles department store and supermarket), its location is also quiet at night. All staff were helpful and welcoming and our room was very clean, well-equipped and stylishly decorated. It felt very secure and a room safe was useful. Full length windows opened to give a light and airy room.
This hotel is really magnificent. The location is perfect, just a few metres from Plaza Mayor, Puerta de Sol and the Opera, and about 200 metres from Royal Palace and the Gran Via street, so nowhere you can`t walk. The metro station Callao or Opera are also right next door, also the supermarket El corte ingles.