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Summary


Pros

  • Fashionable location in the Salamanca neighborhood
  • Spacious, modern rooms with wood floors, flat-screen TVs, and minibars
  • Big bathrooms with modern fixtures, plush robes, and detachable showerheads
  • Appealing suites offer cozy living space and even bigger bathrooms
  • Comfortable lobby bar and affordable food served at Centro restaurant
  • Morning breakfast buffet with good variety
  • Free Wi-Fi and public computer for guest use

Cons

  • Slim amenities (no fitness center or spa)
  • King beds are two twin beds pushed together (typical in Madrid)
  • No alarm clocks in rooms
  • Daily fee to use in-room safes

Bottom Line

The Catalonia Goya Hotel is a surprisingly stylish value option in the Salamanca neighborhood. Rooms are modern and spacious (especially for the affordable price) with flat-screen TVs, nice lighting, wood floors, and dark wood furniture. Bathrooms are much larger and more contemporary than guests might expect for this price point. Upgrading to a suite gets not only extra living space, but also an even bigger bathroom with a rainforest showerhead. This hotel also has a comfortable lobby bar and Centro restaurant -- home to a morning breakfast buffet -- provides affordable meals. With free Wi-Fi and a fashionable location, this hotel is a good, affordable pick.

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Location

On a vibrant shopping street in ritzy Salmanaca, close to a Metro station

Map of Catalonia Goya

The Catalonia Goya Hotel is on a wide, tree-lined street in the Salamanca district, arguably the most fashionable area of the city. It boasts top-notch boutiques, delicious restaurants, and some beautiful mansions. It is also home to traditional markets as well as the U.S. embassy and a small business district.

The capital of Spain is a vibrant, multicultural city located right in the center of the country. The Cuatro Torres business area's additions to the city skyline (four sleek towers, including a hotel and corporate offices) give an idea of what Madrid is rapidly becoming: a sophisticated, cosmopolitan city -- albeit one that preserves its century-old traditions.

  • 15-minute drive to Madrid-Barajas Airport
  • 10-minute Metro ride to Retiro Park, Madrid's most famous garden
  • 14-minute Metro ride to Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
  • 15-minute Metro ride to El Prado Museum
  • 15-minute Metro ride to shopping on Gran Via
  • 18-minute Metro ride to Templo de Debod Park, with great views and an original Egyptian temple
  • 19-minute Metro ride to Plaza de Oriente, home to the Royal Palace, the Royal Theater, and Sabatini Gardens
  • 20-minute Metro ride to Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor
  • 20-minute Metro ride to Atocha train station
  • 21-minute Metro ride to Reina Sofia Museum
  • 23-minute Metro ride to Plaza de Castilla, the financial district
  • 23-minute Metro ride to La Latina, a nightlife hotspot

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Amenities

Key Features
Internet
Cribs
Hotel Services
Dry Cleaning
Rental Car Service Desk Onsite
Room Service
Family Services
Cribs
Kids Allowed
Things to Do
Business Center
Room Features
Air Conditioner
Balcony
Television
Mini Bar (with liquor)
Internet
Address
Goya 49, Barrio de Salamanca, Madrid, Community of Madrid 28001, Spain
Room Types
  • Double Room
  • Suite
  • Superior Room