NH Victoria Palace
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
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TripAdvisor Reviews NH Victoria Palace Madrid
Travel Blogs from Madrid
... store and i bought fridge magnet for my collection and also postcards.
From Puerta del Sol you can see the heraldic symbbol of Madrid, the Bear in the Madrono tree and also King Charles III statue. We did the obligatory tourists photo shoot there and then went on to find the Plaza Mayor which some said is just few blocks away.
Unfortunately we were given a wrong direction and ended up walking farther ...
... in Cervecería 100 Montaditos on Calle Montera. Once a table becomes free this is rapidy followed by another round of beer and olives - both of which go down well. The theatre where we're going this evening is only a few steps away so we can sit comfortably for a while.
“España baila flamenco 2013” at Teatro Munoz Seca
Reviews of both the current and previous shows were positive describing it as an "emblematic production of ...
... meal of paella, potato croquettes, salad, chicken legs, french fries and ratatoullie. On our table was a bottle of red wine and mineral water. It was all delicious but Larry had to pick the shrimp out of paella and give it to me as he is allergic. For dessert there was bread pudding and two kinds of torte, strawberry and chocolate. There was also fresh fruit. We had a delightful conversation with Ozzie then went back to our rooms to bed.
... are in a grid. We finally discovered our error after walking to the edge of town. We back tracked and found the area that we intended to go in the first place, but by this time we hot and tired. We ate some lunch and headed back to the air conditioning of our hotel room. We returned to the room to find that the air conditioning hadn't cooled down the room very much. We checked the controls but very little cool air was blowing from either of ...
... been spoiled by tapas - I'm sure the first drink I have in an American bar will be a great experience, but I'll miss not having olives with it (first world problems, I know).
Speaking of alcohol, the wine here is excellent. There is a particular kind, rioja, that is made in the northern part of Spain, if I'm remembering correctly. My favorite is sangria, which is a wine-based drink made with ...