Mercure Madrid Plaza de Espana

Calle de Tutor 1, Madrid, Madrid, 28008, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Madrid, is near Cerralbo Museum, Santa Ana, Calle Princesa, and Princesa Cinema.
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    Travel Blogs from Madrid

    Bye bye Bruges, Hello Madrid

    A travel blog entry by bdmitchell on Jun 02, 2014

    2 photos

    ... it for Iberia!
    Yay! So far, so good. We'll see tomorrow if Delta is as enthusiastic!
    We are in Madrid! Took the metro in to Sol station and we are spending the night at Hostal Centro Sol! I have stayed here several times. Great little place in the heart of the city - kilometro cero.
    One more chance at Spanish tapas, a glass or two of Spanish wine and then a pastry and a cafe cortado early tomorrow morning. Now I feel ...

    How to kill 12 hours at Madrid Airport!

    A travel blog entry by thedreamteam on Apr 02, 2014

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... the full experience, just scroll through the photos, the captions are the same as the list below!

    1. Enjoy a starbucks, or two...
    2. Don´t have too many starbucks or you might start to go crazy
    3. Watch a bit of T.V. - there´s not much on other than plane departures, it gets a bit samey.
    4. Try and steal a balloon.. but please be subtle.
    5. Perve on the sexy male perfume advertisements
    6. Freshen up in duty free with all the free ...

    Long drive to Madrid

    A travel blog entry by badefamily on Jul 30, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    We have changed our plans and after breakfast set off for the drive to Madrid. Mostly it was along a motorway where the speed limit is 120kph. It was about 640k. We plotted it in to GPS and arrived at the door -great. Once we got close to Madrid we went into ...

    The Big Three Zero

    A travel blog entry by fatdamien on Jul 14, 2013

    ... There's not a huge pile of things to DO in Madrid, but it's just a cool place to be cos everyone thinks they're perpetually 18.

    So, where was I? We got back to Madrid (bus slewing from lane to lane with no indicator, as is custom) just in time for a siesta, the Spanish habit we've taken to with great gusto - not that an afternoon nap is a hard thing to adjust to when every afternoon is some variation on the theme of "35 degrees and clear" - and then out to ...

    Miscellenea from Espana

    A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto on May 19, 2013

    ... getting somewhere” – it is simply used for people who want to cycle/run for a long way in the baking sun and then run all the way home again. Naturally the more ample-figured among us might regard this as something of an act of lunacy, and we are not alone. The Spanish refer to this track as the Tontodromo. Tonto means nonsense, and “dromo” comes from the word “velodrome”, the construction of which would clearly have been a much better idea. At least in ...