How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Abascal Madrid
This hotel had a fantastic breakfast selection, the hotel itself and its facilities were great
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TripAdvisor Reviews NH Abascal Madrid
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... the trip back was for the 19th a little less than a week later at 9:40 in the morning. With all things in order I now had to find a hostel. In the process of finding the hostel, I also needed to find Wi-Fi and a plug. At the time I did find these necessary which in the end were not. I found a hostel in right out the back door of the Atocha Station after doing a loop and having a drink at a lovely bar in the opposite ...
... behind, and the making of Guernica was eye opening. The fact that some of the most influential pieces and artists of that time period are held in Madrid speaks volumes of the Spanish in my opinion. It illuminates the idea that history in very important in Spain as is preserving it. It also displays the cultural awareness of the Spanish living in Madrid and the tourists visiting it. There is a profound interest in ...
... about learning French but (I say with the risk of insulting all the francophones reading this) we thought that Spanish opened up more opportunities in more interesting places. Madrid is truly a lively city with people crowding the streets into the early hours of morning. It's forty decrees in the shade and buzzing with people all around. Our aim is to have a basic understanding of Spanish by the end of the month and Inhispania has a pretty good set up, classes all ...
... and once again gets asked why he speaks so well. Turns out our waiter’s parents are living in LA. Ryan says were neighbors because we live in Arizona. The guy brings over Bailey’s for all of us, on the house. Nice little place! You know, everywhere we have traveled, the glitzier the place, the less impressed I am with it. It aways seems that the little hole in the walls have a far larger reward for trying ...
We had a 5-hour layover in Madrid before we hopped on our next train to Portugal. We walked to El Retiro, a big green park filled with tons of marble statues and monuments. Since it was our last day in Spain, we got chocolate con churros. At first when mine arrived, I thought it was melted chocolate because it was so thick. It was actually chocolate pudding in a mug. We saw the Palacio de Cristal, which is a big building with all its walls made ...