Petit Palace Alcala Torre
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Madrid
... grande vanilla latte, we decided to grab a few essentials - conditioner and sun lotion. When we were just about to check out we heard a voice call out - "Jennifer?" We look up and there in front of us is a woman named Dianny Guzman - a former parent at my mom's school who had moved to France and then Columbia a few years ago. It was kind of like a "small world" - there were tears and hugs and chatting - it was just crazy that out of all places, a Madrid shopping center, we would run ...
Alex is working on the Sevilla entry, but I'm home alone nursing a cold, so I thought I would forge ahead and post about our visit to Madrid. We are starting to get threatening emails from friends and family -- "Update your blog!"
We spent five days (February 22-27) in Spain’s capital city with Alex’s parents in an apartment just a few feet from the Plaza Mayor – an enormous square full of cafes and street performers. ...
... to later, and at home the wi-fi's not working. I sit on the floor, tinkering with the thing. Then gave up, thinking maybe it's just fried. I was really tired, I didn't want to fix anything right then. I looked at the microwave and the time was off. Instinctively, I smack the light switch, no, it's not working! I have no power. I remember seeing a set of fuse switches somewhere. Not on purpose, but by regular observation. It was right next to the front door above ...
second day in Madrid. and have to say = this city is amazing. gorgeous building on every corner. its so relaxed.
First day went to Retiro park. absolutely stunning. never seen anything like it. Marbel statues throughout, heaps of people everywhere sunbaking in bikinies what not. massive pool thing in the middle filled with row boats. hahah and then you have the guys wandering around with bags of bear selling them to ...
... seen inside the building and it has such a modern, child like feel about it when inside. As you move through the house it was evident that he took inspiration from the sea, both the water and its creatures. Before our trip to Spain I had not head of Gaudi's work but become a big fan especially as we made our way from here to another of his masterpieces, the Sagrada Família.
Just recently recognised as a Basilica, Sagrada Família was by far the most ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed