Confortel Pio XII

Address: Avenida de Pio XII, 77, Madrid, Madrid, 28016, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the La Prosperidad/Chamartin area of Madrid, is near Bernabeu Stadium (Estadio Santiago Bernabeu), Plaza Mayor, Museo Lazaro Galdiano, and Teatro Pradillo.
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    A Charming City

    A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Apr 29, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... no wait, but it was busy. It was a wonderful museum and both Filipa and the museum had recommended paintings to view, so you saw the most important works. Otherwise, it would be overwhelming. We walked back to the hotel, about a mile-and-a-half away. The weather in Madrid has been fabulous and it is a wonderful walking city. All of the sights are located within 20 minutes of Puerta del Sol, the hub of the city. Lots of plazas and endless cafes!! We love ...

    Tapas, Churros and lovely views

    A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on Mar 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... wine flask" (I can't remember the name of it). Its a leather container which they fill up with wine, then with a small nozzle attached you hold the container with the nozzle near your mouth tip your head back and pour the wine into your mouth. Its a bit tricky and also messy to stop! There we also had some lovely food, with my favourite being the Spanish omelette (its like a potato omelette). The next tapas place we went to was a ...


    A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Sep 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... even see the Vincente Calderone we could hear the crowds singing. The atmosphere was electric.
    Our seats this time were pretty much on halfway and about halfway up the stand.
    The game seemed somewhat classier and more skilful than our last look at a UEFA game. The crowd didn't stop singing for the entire 90 minutes and when Athletico scored early in the second half the crowd went nuts.
    If there's two things the Spanish love to do when watching football it's smoke and ...


    A travel blog entry by stephmac on Aug 28, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    Something I've noticed whilst in Spain is how laid back everyone is. Shops often don't open until 10am and the streets are pretty dead before 11am. Siesta is usually 2pm until 4.30pm where a lot of retail shops will close for people to have a daytime nap. Siesta comes from the Latin word 'Hora Sexta' meaning the sixth hour- so counting the sixth hour from dawn- midday. During these hours there is much less ...


    A travel blog entry by anngreen on Apr 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... had to leave to have lunch with friends. We made plans to meet later in front of the Reina Sofia art museum. It was good to meet Nadya. She is as beautiful as her parents.
    The three of us walked around more of the park, then toward the restaurant where Diane wanted to have her fried calamari sandwich..."the best in Madrid." Unfortunately there was not a free table, so we ate at some kind of fast food place that ...