How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Lagasca Madrid
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... through laneways and plazas. The main square, Mayor plaza is huge, being a former palace and we complete our walk at the St. Martins Mercado (market). Housed in a renovated 15th C building it is both a market and an eating place. There are stalls selling tapas and drinks, so we grab a stool and some eats. Lovely pink roasted lamb with ...
... boy who makes Espadrilles shoes that lives in Barcelona, Carmen (real name ???), the quiet dancer from Taiwan getting her master's degree; Bea, la chica muy bonita who works & lives in Ibiza; and most recently, Kevin, the handsome young pilot from Iran who actually calls Sweden his home and will be co-piloting RyanAir flights to/from Madrid until June. Quite a cast of characters so far and I can only imagine who/what the next ...
... was full of all sorts or armour, from men and children to horse armoury, and very old, 12th, 13th century. After all the palace grandeur we had worked up a hunger so we headed in 'mall' area in town, just down the road from the Grand Palace. We stumbled on an large glass building with all sorts of stalls in it so we headed in and managed to order some tapas and a glass of wine, great venue, busy, lots ...
I had very mixed feelings when I left because I was leaving my darlings at home but at the same time, I was going to the Greatest Footballing Event in the World and on top of that it was in Brazil!
I had a connecting flight via Madrid and the wait was around 9 hours so I had arranged to meet up with Sophie, Jaime and Aidan.
... in a soup), meat ( very pink) and a whole fish ! It was all very nice and the waiter gave us free drinks and told us to come back again. After this experience we went exploring through the city streets and lane ways. We found after a very long walk 'San Gines Chocolateria' which is recommended by Lonely Planet as a "must do" in Madrid ( the Churros & Hot Chocolate were amazing ). Madrid is a truly amazing city - history, monuments, museums, amazing food, shops, bars and people ...