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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRafaelhoteles Ventas Madrid
The Hotel is a 15-minute drive from of Madrid Central and the room is the largest we have had on the tour. It is clean and really suits our situation here. Wi-fi is free down stairs and we have been told we have to pay almost 10 Euro per 24 hours, which is extreme compared to all others.
In actual fact we found with experience that the User name and codes given for the downstairs area actually work upstairs so in fact there was no cost. The security safe and all amenities are working with a question mark on the air conditioning.
Because of the faulty air-con, we were offered another room for the second night, but decided to continue with the allocated room. The weather was in our favour and our discussions with staff and reception show that it is well run. All meals have been great. Taxi fares to the city are about 10 Euro and the Bus (Route 146) back to the hotel was 1.50 euro's. Would be happy to return.
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