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Room was spacious and comfy. We had a problem with hot water, but after a call to the desk, they simply offered us another room key until the issue was resolved (the next day). It all worked out nicely. Breakfast is pricey, but relaxing atmosphere...More
We found the hotel manager and some of the reception staff very rude and unhelpful. Once when we asked if we could use the microwave oven in the cafe (which was closed then) to heat up food, the manager huffed loudly, rolled up his eyes...More
I stayed here for three days. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the staff is very friendly. Also, the location is excellent. The arguelles metro station is just around the block and plaza mayor is within a 25 minutes walk. The breakfast is fairly...More
Have just arrived home from a 3 day break in Madrid for a Hen Party. We were moved prior to our trip to the Hotel T3 Tirol after a pipe broke in our original hotel so we were not sure what to expect. However we...More
The hotel manager gave us personal attention every day making sure the training event we put on there, and my personal stay was good. The entire staff helped us and adapted to our daily changing needs. The training room was small, but everything worked out...More
Just south of the sprawling campus of the Complutense University of Madrid, Arguelles exudes a fast-paced, collegiate vibe. The main street, Calle Princesa, is filled with twenty-somethings rushing between classes and errands, meeting up with classmates, and grabbing cheap beers and cheap eats. This is a prime shopping spot where the major Spanish clothing and department store chains are less busy than their downtown
counterparts, and there is an array of casual dining options to choose from. Check out nearby outdoor spaces such as the lushly planted Plaza de España to the south, which is often filled with craft stalls. To the west of Arguelles is the giant Parque Oueste, a calm and picturesque park with its own Egyptian temple.