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Escultor Hotel in Madrid is an older apartment type hotel and near a metro station so, connectivity was okay..the rooms were quite clean and well furnished..the prices were on the higher side for this type of rooms, but it was more seasonal i think..
This is a dated and rather tatty building. No fire hoses visible, extinguishers only in stairwell and no sprinkler system. No fire blankets or extinguishers in the apartments.
Our flat was quite clean and nicely furnished. Appliances were problematic. The kettle was damaged and would...More
We regularly stay at solmelia hotels. This hotel is definitely not standard. Certainly not 4 star. We arrived late direct from the airport - about 11.30 pm. The desk was not staffed. There were 3 or 4 other couples/families in the reception area. After about...More
I've been twice in this hotel in 2001 and 2002 and it was lousy. It needs a good renovation. The chair was broken (in the two rooms I have experienced) and the furniture was worned out as was the bathroom. On the other hand, rooms...More
US$95 - US$165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#184 Luxury Hotel in Madrid
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Multi-story residential buildings decorated with ornate balconies line the traditional, quiet, and pretty streets of Chamberí. Humble storefronts and neighbourhood taverns are scattered across the lower levels down every block, and here and there, there's a cluster of tables on the sidewalk. It isn't ever crowded, but people are always out, poking into the tiny bakeries, hardware stores, and tobacco shops, or
ducking into a bright, unadorned cerveceria to have a coffee or beer by the bar, flip through the paper, and check the sports score. The round Plaza Olavide, where the fairly regular network of streets breaks form, is among the most green and lively spots. Restaurants line its circumference and sought-after outdoor tables fill the center of the plaza, where people relax to the sounds of kids playing and street musicians' tunes.