Central location on Gran Via, near attractions, dining, and nightlife
10-minute walk to the airport express bus stop
Contemporary rooms with flat-screen TVs and minibars
Some rooms have balconies or terraces
Clean, updated bathrooms with shower/tub combos
Solid breakfast buffet (not included in standard rate)
Adequate restaurant and a lobby bar
Many rooms are small
Rear rooms are a little dark and have no views (but are quieter)
No fitness center
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.
On the Gran Via, a historic avenue right in the heart of Madrid
The H10 Villa de la Reina is located on Gran Via, a historic avenue lined by 18th and 19th century buildings, upscale boutiques, and great dining and nightlife, running right through the heart of Madrid. This side of the avenue is actually where the Chueca neighborhood starts, so you’ll have great shopping, dining and nightlife outside the hotel. Gran Via is one of the main thoroughfares in central Madrid, so expect crowds and traffic day and night. The subway, bus and even the train are nearby, but most attractions are within walking distance.
Chueca, with its narrow, winding streets full of small, intimate restaurants, lively bars, and gay-friendly venues is one of the nightlife hot spots in Madrid. It has a decidedly small-town feel to it, but it is undergoing a major overhaul, and areas that were somewhat forgotten are now must-sees, such as San Anton Market, a three-story marketplace with wonderful stores and a beautiful rooftop terrace open year-round. From Thursday to Sunday night, hordes of young locals and tourists alike go bar-hopping, have tapas, and dance until the early morning in this buzzing, young neighborhood.
Sol, located a few blocks from the hotel is part of the grand old Madrid. Most major attractions are in or around this area and can be easily reached on foot. Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, the Royal Palace, Cibeles and its gorgeous Palacio de Comunicaciones, the Puerta de Alcala, and even the Retiro park are less that 20 minutes from the hotel.
20-minute drive to Madrid-Barajas Airport
Steps to restaurants, bars, shopping, and nightlife
8-minute walk to Cibeles
6-minute walk to Puerta del Sol
11-minute walk to Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
10-minute walk to Plaza Mayor
13-minute walk to El Prado Museum
13-minute walk to Puerta de Alcala
15-minute walk to upscale shopping on Serrano Street
14-minute walk to Retiro Park, Madrid’s most famous garden
14-minute walk to Plaza de Oriente, home to the Royal Palace, the Royal Theater, and Sabatini Gardens
16-minute walk to La Latina, a nightlife hotspot
22-minute walk to Reina Sofia Museum
18-minute walk to La Almudena Cathedral
20-minute walk or 13-minute Metro ride to Templo de Debod Park, with great views and an original Egyptian temple
21-minute Metro ride to Plaza de Castilla, the financial district
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