How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Melia Castilla Madrid
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... we looked forward to. As this was the fifth time we’d all travelled together, we were comfortable in each other’s company, and were happy to do some things together, and go off on our own at other times – the best of both worlds. Another advantage of travelling together was sharing the cost of car hire, diesel, road tolls and parking which all added up.
Spain has obviously spent an incredible amount on infrastructure, which could explain its ...
... a last minute hotel for the same price as a good hostel I treated myself to one more blissful night of not sharing a room - and this one had a bath which I luxuriated in until I felt completely spoiled and refreshed!! I think here I'd like to include a little note about something very unexpected about Spain - the Spanish people kind of suck. They're rude and pushy, the service anywhere almost invariably terrible and there seems to be an overall arrogant attitude that ...
... It is in a good area about 20 minute walk to cathedral and palace. Huge room with 8 beds and view onto the street. Hostel is only 3 blocks from the station.
Dumped my bags to go and meet John & Nat for a drink . They had said they were in a bar in the Plaza Major near the man on the horse statue.
I caught the pink line to Nuevo miniseries ( line 8) and dark blue line (10) to Alfonso Martinez. The first ...
... and did a little shopping after our walk and I
made my way home. We have more planned for tomorrow and although planning is
hard and we are still recovering from an epic weekend im enjoying the time we
have being Madridistas. The people, the places, and our new life make me
thankful everyday that I ended up here. It is giving me so much confidence and
happiness to conquer the next chapter of my life. I cannot wait for what else
is in store for us. Welcome to Week 2!
... a former storehouse of the old North Station, also know as Principe Pio Station, with its thick walls and timber beams inside. The labourers who came from Asturia to work on the railway infrastructure brought with them their cuisine and in particular a love of cider made from Asturian apples.
Casa Mingo offers a simple menu in simple surroundings, where couples and large extended familes dine together in the caveronous vault. The menu is short ...