Hotel Gran Atlanta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- 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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... and served. I guess I must be lucky, I've got a trotter and a curly piglets tail on my plate. The meat is tender, succulent and falls apart. It is delicious and washed down with a lovely bold local red wine. A trotter and a curly tail remain on my plate, the rest demolished. 2 piglets for 14 of us.
After lunch we waddle to the other end of the city to visit the royal palace. This is where Queen Isabella promised finance to Christopher Columbus for his voyages ...
We walked back home on the opposite side of the street to any Plane trees and prepared for our first Tapas.
I can't believe how many myths there are about Madrid, especially about eating. How many people told us we wouldn't be able to eat till after 10.00 pm, etc.etc. Now maybe "Restaurants" in the traditional sense may not serve ...
... with another layer of cheese and then the whole sandwich is surrounded by a local famous sauce made of beer, port, spices and tomato sauce. WOW, sounds terrible I know and the picture of it really isn't that fab haha, but it tastes amazing! And it was cheap too - gaza & I had 1 each (he had chips too) 2 large beers, large bottle of water and 2 expressos cost us a whopping €28. I'm pretty sure we won't need dinner at all ...
... review the day with over dinner, and, well, snuggle up with at night. And I’d had all that with Avi in France, and travelling alone just kind of paled by comparison. It was almost time to go home.
But not quite. I had two days in Córdoba and three days in Madrid, and there were things to see, so see them I would. For one thing, Córdoba contained the Mezquita, and Avi had suggested the Mezquita was the one cathedral that could make me go back on ...
... and I honestly didn't know how good this team really was. Typical American who doesn't follow world football. Once we moved on to the trophy room and other various rooms showing game clips, we really started to enjoy things. The tour included an interactive room where you could learn the history, a stop at the Presidential Box (we relaxed for a few minutes and decided that plush cushy leather chairs are the only way to watch sports from now on), the ...