Hotel Puerta de Toledo
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
Photos of Hotel Puerta de Toledo
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Puerta de Toledo Madrid
Travel Blogs from Madrid
... here. Bit of excitement before departure when several police boarded the plane and along with the head steward spent some time persuading two men to leave the plane. Then all the hand luggage was checked to make sure it belonged to one of the remaining passengers. Over the Middle East and looking down at snow on the dessert was a strange sight. We landed at sunny Madrid at 12.30 on Saturday it was so nice to go ...
... Highways and Motorways seem so much more superior to ours, and I am really amazed after what I have read in our newspapers about these apparently inept countries infrastructure.
We reached Zaragoza about midday and had 2 hours free to explore and have lunch. I had a buffet meal, which was terrific and only cost 14 euro including my beer. You could eat as much as one wants and there were many people there.
Zaragoza is the capital of the Province ...
We also watched the final of the World Cup football and there was a real party atmosphere in the city with pubs and bars bursting at the seams with people. Surprisingly, they were cheering for Germany?
We head off to Seville tomorrow by fast train - so we are on the move again. What a memorable place with so much history and beautiful architecture.
Hope the weather is on the improve in NZ. take care
... Alhambra (another series of really old palaces) we found that there
wasn't terribly much to see. There was enough to keep us busy for about a full
day and a half,but after that we just went shopping and ate a lot. We
also tried churros which were delicious! After buying our last few
postcards we took a bus from Granada back to Madrid. Our bus that we
originally booked ended up being cancelled because of the strike the bus
drivers were on,but we ...
... doing chats, and voicing their opinions in support of their brothers in the embattled Latin American country.
The next day, we set off to visit the other Spanish museum, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the more contemporary art museum of Spain (home to Picasso's famous Guernica). However, when we got there, we soon found out that the museum, like most museums in Spain, are closed on Tuesdays (a really strange day to be closed in ...