BEST WESTERN Hotel Los Condes
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hotel Los Condes Madrid
Room comfortable and clean
Staff do the job, but not particularly friendly
Good location - very central but in a quiet street
Breakfast is very limited
There is a charge if you leave luggage
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