Confortel Suites Madrid
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Confortel Suites Madrid
Travel Blogs from Madrid
... Olivos fairly early and had lunch in a Peruvian buffet!! I was watching the Spanish and saw they were pretty confident they would do well in the World Cup!
I walked to Montecarmelo and then waited in a bar for Sophie to arrive. We went to their flat, Aiden joined soon after and then Jaime but before I knew it, it was time to go and catch ...
... go out to eat. She decided we should leave in half hour, so I got ready to go out for her birthday, but also got ready because we were going to go out for the game after. We ended up going out for her birthday for dinner, and we went to a place right next to her house. They knew her there, and she said she has a strong connection with them. It was great, because they were very kind to me, and she said when she gets scared, she tells them when she ...
... nowhere to hang your towel or dry clothes).
Got organised, went and checked out, left our bags at the reception and went in search of a late breakfast. Chilled out for a bit then went back, collected our bags and got on our way to the train station then bus station. We weren't too sure of where we were going so left pretty early, walked a few blocks in the intense sun, found the train station no worries, got on and headed to the bus station. ...
Well, today is a travel day - a long one, of course - but that has always never been a problem for me. Put me on a plane - any plane - and I'm happy! To me, the journey itself is all part of the adventure. Let's face it: traversing the Atlantic Ocean is no small feat (but, more on this reflection thought later, in the trip epilogue). Although our room for our last night in Madrid was nice, ...
... to explore. We took the bus into downtown and found a cute restaurant with seating outdoors for tapas. For some reason, we were the only people at the restaurant given a table cloth and cloth napkins. After tapas, we followed a group of singing young men in full bull-fighting costumes to a major catholic celebration, Corpus Christi. After standing around and trying to understand the Bishops Spanish, we continued our trek. Walking through alley ways, we came across the "museo ...