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Shockingly awful stay. We'd been here before in 2001 when the hotel was under different management. Then it was quirky and fun. The second time around was awful. It was a building site - live wires, drilling and hammering at 7.30am, no lifts working, blocked...More
Unless being based in the heart of Madrid'd nightlife is your main objective, I'd recommend spending a little extra and staying at one of the hotels more highly rated in Trip Advisor. I found the Hotel Monaco recommended in the Time Out guide and in...More
Wow...what a funky little place...great location...and freindly staff made my stay great...i loved the funky-ness of this hotel but the funkyness is masked by the place´s general run down atmoshpere...be preparred for antique furniture and cracking walls...but enjoy the crazy fixures and massive mirrors in...More
A hotel advertised as "Quirky" and worth a stay in The Lonely Planet Guide. Well...ok...not the worst I've been in but far from the best. First they gave us one of the worst hotel rooms I have ever seen (although to be fair we arrived...More
Chueca is the hip, gay neighborhood of Madrid where many of the streets are narrow and intimate, but where the hustle and bustle and the eclectic storefronts and people give it a distinctly urban feel. The main thoroughfare is Calle Hortaleza and the main square is Plaza Chueca, completely filled with terraza tables serving copas (mixed drinks) during summer. A mixture of trendy and grungy, some of the adult businesses
here are explicitly racy in their signage. From the rainbow flags to the signs above the entrances of its many funky bars, to the date spot restaurants, Chueca is a vibrant and colorful place. It's always interesting to explore the different corners of Chueca by day, and by night, the area becomes a major nightlife destination when the clubs open their doors.