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Comfortable and insulated rooms. Room service excellent. Large and varied buffet breakfast. Attentive and professional staff. Walking distance to the most interesting spots in the city centre. Absolutely good value for money.
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The Catalonia Atocha is an excellent example of how a good hotel is run. We stayed here for 5 nights over new year and we have really zero complaints, only praise.
Check in and check out was smooth and easy and front desk staff extremely...More
Thank John A
Response from CataloniaAtocha, Director de Recepción at Catalonia AtochaResponded 22 January 2018
we have no words to express how grateful we feel about your review. It's a great help and satisfaction that guests like you recognize the passion we put into our job. Of course nothing is perfect but as you say we work for...More
Everything is excellent except for the disappointment of not having access to the hot tub half of the year. Of course it is understandable but -and they are not the only ones- it is never clearly stated at the time of the reservation.
Response from CataloniaAtocha, Director General at Catalonia AtochaResponded 1 week ago
thanks for sharing your experience. We're looking forward to welcoming you in summer and finally enjoy our best cocktails with the best views in our roof top terrace bar.
Kind wishes from Madrid
stayed here for 4 nights, hotel is walking distance from the main shopping area. hotel has modern deco, and i strongly advise to spend a little extra and book a room with a terrace, nice big terrace where you can sit and watch the madrid...More
1 Thank eirecoretraveller
Response from CataloniaAtocha, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Catalonia AtochaResponded 2 weeks ago
Dear Valued Guest, We would like to thank you for your feedback about your recent stay at Catalonia Atocha and it's a pleasure to know that you enjoyed it. Starting with myself and all my Colleagues we are delighted to have you back in our...More
We really enjoyed our stay. Room was good, very quiet, as requested. Staff were friendly, pleasant and helpful.
Breakfast was excellent. We hadn't booked it at 17 euro per person but when we got there the offer was 12 euro and that was great value...More
Thank Doug B
Response from CataloniaAtocha, Director General at Catalonia AtochaResponded 3 weeks ago
thank you so much for sharing your experience and for the detailed description you have written up: it is going to be a great help for our future guests. You're definetely right when you say you do not need public transportation for visiting...More
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