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I stayed here for two nights for a business meeting. Reception and service were very good. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and look out over indoor gardens. There is a nice walk in closet. The bathroom is very well equipped. Sleeping comfort was excellent....More
Directly downtown to visit all highlights from Alcala de Henares by walking
Very nice inside Patio and Bilbliotec Bar/relaxing zone
Rooms are very modern and everthing is managed with different buttons /dimmers/el. shades, etc.
Really enjoyed the stay there...
Paradores are exceptional in many ways - service, flexible rules, quality design. A gift to the Spanish people from their government shared with the world. Other countries should follow their example. And all this remains affordable. Bravo Parador.
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I stayed at this hotel for 6 nights. The hotel itself is beautiful, so well designed. The room was large and the bathroom was perfect! Also walk in closet was a nice bonus. The rooftop garden was a lovely bonus, so nice and quiet. The...More
This is a super cool hotel, mix of old and new done so well. The room is outstanding, we barely left. The washroom is so modern with so many gadgets. Regrettably, we only stayed for one night, our trip was cut short. Wish we could...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... 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.