This upper-mid-range property is a solid pick for business and leisure travelers alike. It features attractive, contemporary rooms with flat-screen TVs, minibars, and clean, modern bathrooms with shower/tub combos. Decor is a little generic, but touches such as black and white photos of Madrid add some character. A few rooms have balconies or terraces overlooking historic Gran Via, one of the most iconic avenues in town, but most are small, and some face a courtyard and don’t get much natural light. There’s a restaurant serving a solid breakfast buffet, as well as free Wi-Fi and a business center, but the hotel lacks a gym, and there are no in-room coffeemakers. However, the price is fair for location, right in the heart of Madrid. For more spacious and classic rooms, nearby Ada Palace usually has similar rates.