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All reviewsmodern hotelhistorical buildinguniversity townspacious roomslight switcheswalk in closetroof gardengreat selectionbreakfast and lunchgreat roommood lightingbreakfast roomamazing placethe air conditioningapprox euroscould have been betterdisabled access
We love staying in Parador. This Parador is quit unique because it's modern. The hotel is beautiful, very nice style, great modern rooms. Breakfast is very rich in variety and very good.
Service is excellent.
Modern parador hotel.
Rooms are large, good equipment, nice bathroom. Unfortunately I couldn’t turn the heating lower than 20 degrees Celsius.
Breakfast buffet is good. Service slow and not friendly.
The same for service at the reception desk.
Overall average experience.
The hotel is efficient, modern, with complicated lighting, perhaps too much so. You cannot adjust the temp in the room below 21. Both reading lights in bed work together; you cannot have one person with lights on and another with lights off. The bathroom was...More
Very nice hotel - it consists of old part - historical buildings and rooms are in a Ultra Modern Building in the Courtyard of the former Convent! Very spacious rooms, very comfy beds, nice bathroom. Nice Gym with a view and big pool!
What a lovely place - on a quick, cheap, frequent railway line to Madrid - somewhere to relax. We have had the hotel from Hell in Madrid itself. Here is all the welcome, friendliness and service so lacking in the city itself - at a...More
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We walked to the station in about 20minutes. The train takes you directly into the centre of Madrid, and is the best way to get there I think. Not too expensive either! We got a map from the reception at Alcala to get our... More
We walked to the station in about 20minutes. The train takes you directly into the centre of Madrid, and is the best way to get there I think. Not too expensive either! We got a map from the reception at Alcala to get our bearings and checked on line as we walked, but it is pretty straight forward. The only thing to note is that the train does go to Atocha Station, but to a regional terminus just behind the main station. This is not a problem but threw us a bit in terms of getting our bearings ( the main station has a tropical garden in the middle of it - worth seeing if you have time! )Trains run regularly throughout the day.