Gran Versalles Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TravelPod Member ReviewsGran Versalles Hotel Madrid
A good clean hotel in a quiet handy location for the main tourist areas of Madrid. Easy public transport access, parking available (fee), free Wi-Fi.
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... through lane ways and plazas. The main square, Mayor plaza is huge, being a former palace and we complete our walk at the St. Martins Mercado (market). Housed in a renovated 15th C building it is both a market and an eating place. There are stalls selling tapas and drinks, so we grab a stool and some eats. Lovely pink roasted lamb with ...
... it´s name. Whether it be Plato(dish) Racion (portion) Tapa (snack) Pintxo (food on a stick) or Montadito (food on bread).
elminniBar serves a free tapas with your drink. We then ordered from the Racion menu. We ordered the Tapa Breton, a winner of the best tapas in Madrid 2013, and it was delicious! It's grilled cheese, served with ...
Capítulo 21: Tenemos personas de gran importancia
After a week full of travel and fun it was time to get back to work. It's so easy to forget here that we actually are "Studying" abroad, and teachers have not been lenient on papers and projects. I have a paper due in each class (all of them entirely in Spanish), and I had to work on a theater performance with a group that we had to memorize our lines for (once again all in Spanish). It was a ...
... and build our church just here … you'll never even notice us, really … OK, you will. We'll make sure of that. But we'll leave all these pretty candy-striped arches all around it, OK?"
Rather than trying to describe the Mezquita, I’ve posted some photos here and below. (I was a little obsessed with the arches. You would be too.) The pictures can’t do justice to the place, though. It's one of the most beautiful buildings ...
... next four days. Once we found the right city bus to get us close to our address, we called the landlord. His name is Richard Barrow and he's a British guy who has lived in Spain the better part of 15 years. He said he would meet us at the apartment at 10am to open up the apartment and begin our briefing. In the meantime, we were ahead of Richard's pace, so we slowly made our way to the address. We had high expectations for the apartment and were still pleasantly surprised ...