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Very well located, right in the city center, but in a calm area.
You have metro transportation just nearby.
It has a car park below, but it's not free, and the hotel will give it's guests 20% discount.
It's an apart-hotel, with all the amenities...More
Right in the heart of Madrid these apartments give an interesting alternative to traditional hotel rooms. The apartments provided are quite spacious, but looking a little dated. You get at lest a lounge, a kitchen, a foyer, a bedroom and an en-suite bathroom, which is...More
We stayed here on a lads trip away and to watch Real Madrid and to see what Madrid has to offer. It is a 10 minute bus ride to the stadium and a 15 minute walk to sol which is where the party is at....More
We have just come back from a long weekend in Madrid and cant recommend Centro Colon enough. The apartments were very large and clean! The staff we very accommodating and helped us out loads, from places to visit to extending our checkout. Also in a...More
If you are planning a few days in Madrid this is an excellent choice. Small studio apartments with kitchen facilities. The Complex is located in a great area..taxi stand and subway station nearby (if you are inclined to ride Madrid's often strenuous walk subways), Apartments...More
$91 - $120 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#179 Luxury Hotel in Madrid
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