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Hotel Madrid Albufera

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Reviewed 7 January 2012

The room was clean but our phone was disconnected. The bathroom was adequate not great. Just outside and on our way to the gate were 3 pools one filled with dirty water that smelled horrible every time we passed it. The hotel was a ten minute walk from the Metro for seniors not 'close by' as we read when we...

1Thank gnbob
Reviewed 1 November 2011

As a first visitor to the city of Madrid, this is probably not the best place to stay. It is a fair distance from the nearest Metro (around a 20 odd minute walk). If you want to fully experience Madrid a first time, I'd advise skipping this place. HOWEVER... If you've seen enough and want to escape the city at...

1Thank Mikesamuel8
Reviewed 2 September 2011

This complex is basically miles from anywhere and on an industrial estate. It’s quite hard to find in the dark and wasn’t listed on my GPS. The site is pretty much a dump and not maintained well at all. Only one of the swimming pools was open, the other had green water and rubbish in and the third one outside...

3Thank lmelbourn
Malaga, Spain
Reviewed 26 August 2011

This was one of the worst places I have stayed in. Despite what it says, the place is miles out of the centre of Madrid and a good twenty minutes walk from the nearest Metro so, if it's too hot to stay in the centre for the afternoon, by the time you've got back and had a siesta, you can't...

2Thank Kym W
Svendborg, Denmark
Reviewed 25 July 2011

The hotels was fine. Value for money, no doubt. Metro is like 15-20 minutes walk away. From the hotel to Madrid Centre it takes like 40 minutes. Apartments is huge and clean, very clean pool, no bad smell and no rats or oil. Only bad thing about apartments is that there are not a balkony for every apartment. When you...

1Thank MatBak
Munich, Germany
Reviewed 2 June 2011

This hotel was booked as part of a flight and hotel package. It was absolutely horrid and after changing rooms, we only stayed the one night (and only because it was in an industrial area at midnight.) The only good things to say are 1. the people know that the hotel sucks, so they are reasonably nice when you cancel...

1Thank notatoy
Seville, Spain
Reviewed 26 May 2011

1 .- A sign saying "Beware of rats" as you enter the portal ... the smell of garbage as you can imagine, plus the urine of rats ... rising from the courtyard (where you can hear the rats fight all night) to the room. 2 .- A note written in marker on the wall of one of the stairs saying...

3Thank marioglez
Wroclaw, Poland
Reviewed 25 May 2011

My apartment was huge (with 2 bathrooms) and really clean, everything was perfect - no insects (bugs etc), tv, ai-rconditioner... The staff was friendly (and speaking English). The only thing I didn't like was the distance to the city centre.

1Thank bored_stiff
Sao Paulo, SP
Reviewed 5 May 2011

When we booked it we knew it was an apartament, not a HOTEL. So we went prepared. The apartaments are very nice, big, good kitchen, good bed. The bathroom is great. You have to "rent" the kitchen equipments, but it's refundable. There's a great supermarket nearby and a place to get fresh fruits too. Overall it's a good place to...

3Thank realnunes
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 May 2011

I have mixed feelings about this hotel. The only reason I chose to stay here was that they offered really good room rates when I checked - 40 euros a night for 2 people (20 euros per person - that's even cheaper than a hostel!). The pros of staying here: good value for money, very spacious and reasonably clean rooms,...

4Thank rswizzle

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Additional Information about Hotel Madrid Albufera

Address: Carretera Villaverde a Vallecas Km. 295, 28031 Madrid, Spain
Region: Spain > Community of Madrid > Madrid
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Madrid Albufera 3*
Number of rooms: 286
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“Avoid this place.”
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