Hotel La Princesa
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Princesa Alcorcon
Travel Blogs from Alcorcon
... toys and Nativity scene. I walked into the busiest bar and had a tapa and some fried anchovies, very tasty, not greasy or salty at all. Next I walked into the bull fighting bar where the wall is filled with bull fighting paraphernalia. Quite a brutal sport, the matadors re gored by the bull horn through the face and poked in different parts of body. The wall of the bar also has bull heads ...
... shops including five storeys of Desigual. Then there is Calle Goya and Calle Seranno - the smart end of town. It was it this area that we decided on a hairdresser and for about $120 the job was done to my satisfaction. This included Eugene's haircut, a cut, colour and blow dry for me as well as some beautician work - waxing and tinting so I was was quite pleased with that. I have noticed that here the hairdressers and beauticians work together and that makes a lot of sense. When all ...
... Once inside the bullring is quite intimate. Everything seems quite close to the action. We tried to get comfy sitting on our jerseys on the skinny concrete bench seats and watched as the ring was prepared for battle. The rake men made the sand perfect and the line man did a few circular lines. On cue the matadors and their horses came out in all their glory. Shiny suits and heavily armoured horses (we didn't realise at the start that it was actually armour, in our naivety ...
... wandered to the Reyna Sofia which was really cool (massive but Guernica is probably my only favourite artwork). After that we went back to the hostel and chilled in the courtyard drinking beer and eating free paella provided by the hostel. We planned to go on this pub crawl which would take us to Kapital, Madrid's most famous club, but come the beginning me and Michael decided we were nowhere near drunk enough to go so we went to ...
... learned a couple things during our Menu del Dia experience: 1. Ordering successfully in Mexican restaurants does not necessarily correlate to successful ordering in Spain. Monica and I ordered the same first course only because it was the only thing we could decode. Patatas con Carne (potato and beef soup). In the end, they were out of the carne, so we ended up eating potato and fish soup - it was so much better than it sounds! We stumbled equally through the main course ...