Hotel Monte Real
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?
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Hotel Monte Real
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Monte Real Madrid
Travel Blogs from Madrid
Decided to cycle to the train station in Aranjuez on our Bromptons and left them both locked up outside the station. Headed into Madrid on the train and after a somewhat confusing exit, surfaced into the Madrid City sunshine to be greeted by a woman called Harriot who was just starting her on-foot tour of the city. As it was in English we tagged on and had a really nice two hour historic journey around the ...
Arrived in madrid at 6am and thought we would be lucky enough to check in to our hostel- negative! We have to wait until 2 pm! So we make use of the day and go site seeing after a 3 hour stint at McDonald's buying time before things open! First up the royal place an 18 century palace where there are over 2800 rooms! Very very beautiful! Then onto the temple of debod- which was a temple moved from where the new dam was being ...
Little tidbits of advice
*** Always check that the airport or train that is offered by the airline is actually close to the hostel you are staying at. If you just try and buy the cheapest flight you might just end up spending more on the taxi or bus ride and waste time along the way.
*** Maps are amazing and so are travel books. ...
Our professor does a good job of incorporating different activities so the two
hour class goes by quickly. We proceeded into our culture class after our
little break and I grew to fall more in love with it in todays lesson. Our
professor is a pure beauty, we talked about the different museums in spain and
all the different things they have to offer. We had a mini art history course
about spain and Madrid specifically and discussed the museums we would ...
... everyone in our USC group was so much fun, we have a really solid group here. Most of us even met up tonight at Puerta de Sol and bar hopped a bit to find some good Sangria!
I’m sure I am leaving out a ton of info but I will have a more focused blog post next time! So far, Madrid has been so much fun and I can’t wait for more adventures and to get to know the city better! Hasta la próxima (until next time!)