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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Abascal Madrid
This hotel had a fantastic breakfast selection, the hotel itself and its facilities were great
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We flew to Madrid to overnight at the Hilton at the airport. It's a modern and pleasant hotel, and quite reasonably priced. I'd looked at their website before leaving home, and saw that the restaurant prices were astronomical, so we stopped in the airport and picked up sandwiches for dinner. The next morning in the shuttle bus to the airport ...
... in fact the first thing I was asked at school on my first day was 'are you a virgin?' and people are extremely comfortable being naked!
Parking here is like no where else. If there are no spots, they simply put their hazard lights on and park in the middle of the road, blocking both parked cars from getting out and cars from using the lane when driving. When angle parking, the lines are totally ignored, they park how they like - usually in ...
... here and honestly this is the only place that I've been awy from home but felt like if my family and friends were there maybe I could make it mine one day. But that's not the case so I'm going to enjoy Spain and its glory for the next few days til we depart for Italy on wednesdAy night. So let me tell you a bit about Seville. Today we had legit tapas for the first time. We ordered about 9 of them and split them up amongst ourselves to try everything. It was phenomenal. What ...
Something we have learned on this trip is that Hotwire nice hotels are often much cheaper than dorm room hostels, and much more comfortable too! Our next hotel in Madrid was reasonably priced and on the same block as the Plaza del Sol, right in the middle of it all! Still recovering from food poisoning, we did some slow walking (and dry heaving) to the Museo del Prado (one of the finest ...
... very relaxing and without much phone service we really got a feel for how it was leaving in earlier times. We visited two separate markets where people sell fresh products every day (in a different location). Apparently the French (or at least people from Montcuq) get their products fresh daily from various markets around the city. We also visited a tower in the center of the town that had various pictures ...