Hotel Gran Atlanta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gran Atlanta Madrid
Good location for access to Metro. Several supermarkets nearby. Clean and room facilities good. Wifi reception, poor. Needed to use hotel lobby for wifi. Staff very helpful and courteous.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Gran Atlanta Madrid
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Madrid, 11 July - 13 July
We opted to travel by bus today, not ALSA this time, as it did not go to Segovia. The service was great again - ran on time and had wifi! We arrived in Madrid at 10:15am and went by Metro to the hotel.
Our plan for the Madrid stop was to go steady and relax, as Madrid was originally not in the plan, but …
... to comfort an anxious looking Isabel as she stood up an rolled her sleeve, only to be told the injection would be in her butt. This severely increased the look of anxiousness on her face and I tried not to laugh at the whole situation. From the look on her face as she stood in the middle of our dorm room with a needle in her ass confirmed that it did indeed burn. Afterwards she hobbled to the bed and lay down as the doctor wrote up a prescription. He took his time, testing ...
... Well this morning we officially completed our course. We woke up early although we didn’t have our first exam until 10. Tamar was such a champ for waking me up since my phone is dead. I was pretty quiet this morning and I think my nerves were making me a little loco… Tamar stayed clam and we definitely balanced eachother out well. Our first exam was our grammar class and the test was relatively easy with open ended questions. I was proud of myself that I ...
... have some historical value, we hit overload after the first couple of buildings.
Discovered this covered food market, which had its token, but stunning, fruit and veg section, then the rest of the booths were bars and tapas in all shapes and sizes! WOW. Crowded with people eating/drinking/socialising/being. Loved it. Needless to say, it was a favourite spot for a quick snack and/or dinner for us as well as every other person in Madrid. When it came to choosing ...
... killed me. The 17 minute trip saw us go around nine roundabouts! They're everywhere and they all have at least two lanes and usually there's five or six exits.
Our class (16 people) was ridiculously small all day because a group missed the gates (senior students are allowed off the school grounds through a gate which teachers have to unlock). Eight of them spent all day in the studio (detention) which meant I got to know ...