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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.
"Worth seeing for the paintings, house and garden."
reviewed 1 week ago by ES1211
I was really glad that I chose to go and see the Sorolla museum. The house was built for Sorolla and his family and he became a keen gardener and was involved in the design of the garden. Despite the fact that we were there in December the garden was still a joy. The interior of the house and furnishings...
"Very good fossil and mineral collection - well worth visiting"
reviewed 16 September 2018 by Gordon W
We visited the Museo Geominero this week. On the ground floor, there is very large and very good display of trilobites in cases against one wall. We are not sure whether the cases are normally lit, but when we visited, they were not, which meant that there was a far bit of peering to be done! There are also models...
In "Calle de Fuencarral" you can find many interesting and amazing shops that are open very late, it is located near by puerta del sol, Gran via. it is well worth to visit this place is you are interesting in shopping.
"The closest to Argentinean empanadas I've had abroad"
reviewed 1 week ago by Martin_boc
Malvon made my long-lasting wish to reconnect with this hugely important part of my home country's culture be finally satisfied through flavours that felt so familiar and delicious at the same time. They have a wide selection of fillings as well, so this is THE place to go for any argentinean that is longing for our beloved empanadas or anybody...
We visited this little Gem today as we found it on trip advisor! So glad that we went, what an amazing restaurant, we really could not fault it at all. The staff were very friendly and helpful especially as the menu was not in english, the lovely waitress recommended dishes to us which blew us away! Amazing food and very...
The freshest sushi and sashimi ,the most delicious black cod and the most beautiful ingredients and presentation.
All round a top level Japanese gourmet experience run by a charming and knowledgeable host.
Really nice place ! The best nachos I’ve ever had! The waiter was so nice and helpful! They didn’t have menu in English so the waiter she translated everything for us and help us to order. Thank you very much! Wonderful atmosphere. I really recommend this place ! Be proud of your waiter :)
$$$$ • Spanish, Fast food, Mediterranean, European
"Classy place, great food"
reviewed 1 week ago by Ricardo C
A very good restaurant. In the city. Nice setup. Confortable chairs, nice tables, very clean and good atmosphere. Service very very profesional and attentive.
Food: Very good. They deserve the michelin star for sure.
Price: Balanced with the quality, I dare to say that is somehow cheap taking into account the quality.
We took the tasting menu and it is...
From the moment we got into the hotel to the end of our 4 days stay we felt like home. We were free upgraded to a Junior suite which was quite spacious. Concierge team was very helpful with restaurants recommendations and tickets to museums museums.
If you are in Madrid, it’s a must
"A wonderful stay. Lovely people and a great hotel."
reviewed 6 days ago by coxharrison
The Pavillions is hands down my favourite hotel in Madrid. It's conveniently located and offers fantastic rooms, food and beverages. Most of all the staff are absolutely delightful and I look forward to returning soon!
Comfortably tucked, close to the city centre, Hesperia is a classy, lovely little property with some amazing staff ( Gorge at check in and the amazing breakfast area staff ) and some overly practical staff ( no names) too. Not so big rooms, unless you get or pay for an upgrade. Stayed twice over 2 months - December and January....
We visited Madrid as part of a Thomas Cook Tour which was to take in the two main cities of Madrid and Barcelona. Arriving at the hotel we found everything was going to be within easy reach with the hotel being fairly central. The hotel itself was well appointed with excellent accommodation, more than adequate for our three day stay...
Very simpatic and nice place, the breakfast is served in a very beautiful place and with menu card such a great experience
The staff from the bell boy to the reception concierge as well as the staff in the restaurant and bar are very service minded
We can definitely recommend this place and we will be back