Confortel Alcala Norte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The Spanish Royal Palace has 2500 rooms covering 1.45 million square feet. Fifty of the 2500 are open for public viewing. The Spanish royal family holds ceremonial and state functions at the palace but no longer lives there, residing at a small former hunting lodge outside Madrid. Its elevated location was the originally a fortress built mainly of wood. After it burned in 1734 Phillip V ordered a palace of limestone built on the site, modeled ...
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... I flip each switch one by one. I flip it then flipped it back. Also then checked the power in different parts of the unit. Nada. One of the fuse switches made something beep. That alarmed me. Anyways, nothing was working, so I just figured maybe it was the entire complex. Whatever, it may work later. I lay down for a nap. I wake up, and now I'm more concerned about the power problem. I was thinking a lot about that beep, and realized, it was the microwave. I ...