The Westin Palace Madrid
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Westin Palace Madrid
This hotel is a superb 5 star that was booked by Uniworld Boutique Cruises. It is spacious with grand rooms and public areas. It was constructed in 1912, and still has many excellent features of that era. The dark laquered cabinetry and doors with brass fixtures and marble floors are especially striking. Buffet breakfasts are sumptuous and feature local products.
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As Luis our travel manager said: the trip is over when you say its over. Not provocative but true at many stages. Way too many stages.
We slept in until 7:30 a.m. wake-up call. Jim left the wake-up call at the reception desk when we returned from final dinner with Steve and Chuck. So for first time I did not set the …
After breakfast we boarded our last bus for the 70 km south of Madrid tour of Toledo. The home of Don Quixote - Castile-La Mancha.
Approaching the hilltop city of Toledo you immediately recognize how ancient and historical the city touching the Tagus River was in the history of Spain. The people of Toledo who attend to the …
Dashing to our new guest room to be sure what we wanted and back down to join everyone for an evening walking tour.
The neighborhood behind the Palace Hotel was a charming segment of old Madrid. Because so few people could read the streets were identified by large lettering and pictures on the building facing intersections.
Our original hotel room only had two single beds. We went to the front desk to ask to have the beds converted to a queen. With their usually efficiency Uniworld immediately had us changed to a sixth floor room with a king size bed. They even took care of moving the luggage for us.
When we walked into our room taken back by the …
The Hotel Palace is a luxury magnified. Located in the Centro area of Madrid it faces out on the Carrera de San Jeronimo. The square pyramid shape of the building also look out onto the Plaza de Canova del Castillo, Calle del Duque de Medinaceli and Plaza de les Cortes.
In the early years of the 20th century King Alfonso XII of Spain …