How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Parla
Travel Blogs from Parla
... dining, eating and shopping until at least midnight - every night.
It was hard to get a sense of where to go in Madrid, the very kind reception man took us in the car to locate the assigned car park. .. i doubt we would have found otherwise. For the first time in all our years of traveling Mark had a slight dingle...a stupid pole that could not be seen, combined with a long day, crazy traffic and time pressures made it inevitable. It was just a small knock but could be ...
... we finished our lunch. We taught the same students as that morning for the same rate but from 2:00PM to 9:00PM (7 hours). From this session we earned 1,400 Euros. At that time we dismissed our students. We then cleaned up our room and ate the extra food be bought from the food vendor at lunch. When we finished it was 10:00PM. At that time we were tired so we decided to go to ...
... maybe Spain is not that cheap. I found Plaza Mayor, much easier than I expected. The map the hotel gave me is huge and the second I saw it I knew I am going to get lost in this town. However the tourist office had a user friendly version, phew! The next tour didn't start until midday so I decided to go for a walk, there is a park not far away and the day was beautiful and sunny. On the way to the park I walked past the cathedral which looks grand ...
... they are impacted by the bull is immense. The first time we saw this happen the bull managed to uplift the horse and throw it onto its side. It proceeded to gouge the horse for quite some time before the matadors were able to get its attention and lure it away. The horse, however, was unable to get back to its feet in its armoured state so they had to take its armour off to allow it to stand. The horse wasn't bleeding at all - the armour ...
... for lunch in the Prado cafeteria which was pretty good.
It was a very hot day with temperatures pushing upper 90’s so we grabbed the hop on bus and headed for Templo De Debod which was offered as a gift in 1968 by the Egyptian government to Spain in gratitude for helping to save the Abu Simbel Temple from destruction when the Aswan dam was built. It was as hot as Egypt not to mention the temple was closed from 4 to 6 PM so we headed back to the hotel.