We stayed 4 nights out of season in November at a cost of 112 euros a night. The hotel is newly refurbish but has lost most of its old charm except in the stairwell. The room we had was a reasonably size, good bathroom, and a very comfortable bed. Breakfast was expensive at 18 euros, even though it had a fair variety of things, so we only had it the first morning.
The internet is free but poor and we ended up logging on to the building across the street. Our room as the back of the hotel was noisy and there's no double glazing.
The location is very central and it's easy to walk to most of the major sights.
All in all, a pleasant experience and to be recommended so long at the rate is reasonable.
- Also Known As:
- De Las Letras Hotel
- De Las Letras Madrid
- Hotel De Las Letras Madrid
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The name Hotel De las Letras pays homage to the world of literature and to pictograms as the primeval elements of written language.The building is included in the city's heritage register and dates from 1917. It was created by architect Cesáreo Iradier as the home of the Count of Artaza, and was renovated for use as a hotel in 2005 by architects Virginia Figueras and Franco Corada.It comprises 109 rooms, the De las Letras Restaurant, Lounge Bar, BOCABLO, Ático de Las Letras, the Library, the Gym and the DL's Function Rooms.It is a four star hotel, part of the anima hotels group. ... more less
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