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InterContinental Madrid

/ InterContinental Madrid
InterContinental Madrid

Contacts

Country: Spain

City: Madrid

Address: Paseo de la Castellana, 49, 28046 Madrid, Spain

Phone number: +34917007300

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Our 3rd hotel for this weekend trip was the Intercontinen...
Our 3rd hotel for this weekend trip was the Intercontinen...
#tb 4-category upgrade, lounge access and a fabulous brea...
#tb 4-category upgrade, lounge access and a fabulous brea...
Grand lobby of Intercontinental Hotel Madrid
Grand lobby of Intercontinental Hotel Madrid
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Arrived at Madrid!!!〜Intercontinental Madrid〜our room&q...
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Hey all you #football fans out there.... Did you know #In...
That one is so intense
That one is so intense
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Missing the Comfort of Our Madrid abode
Comfy room
Comfy room

Reviews

#1
Spectacular Hotel
It's not often you get to stay in a hotel where the service is exemplary and everything, and I mean everything, goes right! This hotel does just that. What a joy to stay here. The most outstanding element, besides the amazing downstairs breakfast buffet, is the Executive Lounge, where the daytime snacks, and the evening happy hour drinks and tidbits meant that dinner was unnecessary. I've stayed at many Intercontinental properties, on four continents, but this one is by far the best. Congrats to all the staff
Review by manisfeld

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#2
Well Run Hotel
The real driver of excellence for any hotel is the quality of management and training. I found all employees to be pleasant and efficient. All spoke at least passable English, which is important for those of us who can only muster a bit of high school Spanish. At time the service was a bit slow in the restaurant, but otherwise all was good. By the way, the rooms are too hot and access to an interior window that can be left open without too much noise is crucial
Review by Jonathan C

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#3
Great service well appointed rooms.
Beautiful building located on one of the main boulevards.

Service excellent. I. Arrived at 8am but could check in immediately.

I had a suite. Tiny living room and bed room. Bathroom was massive.

All you would expect from an intercontinental hotel.

Breakfast for Spanish norms exceptional great choice and great service
Review by Deepsapphyr

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#4
FABULOUS
This is my review. My review is made up of Juan Carlos, Silvana, Luis, Susana, Ramon,Manuel, Javier, Angela, Laura, Beatriz, Imma, Sara, David,,Pablo, Nadia,Rocio, Angel, , Alberto,Janett, Daniel, Carlos, Jorge, Fatima, Carmen, Esther , Marina, AND MANY MANY MANY OTHERS WHOSE NAMES I JUST CANNOT RECALL AT THE MOMENT. These people make the difference. They are always helpful,smiling,pleasant and professional. I come in from flying all night exhausted and probably not looking the best, but from the doormen check in and right to my room and bed these people make me feel like i was their only guest, and they were expecting me which we know is not exactly the case. They are expecting people yes but they make you feel like you were the only one they were really waiting for. The hotel staff are what make this hotel absolutely beautiful. The hotel is warm comfortable and inviting. The work out facility with a great sauna is so relaxing. I love the location, I love the rooms, I love the restaurant but most of all I love the staff the people they are what make the difference and what makes this such a fabulous hotel I unfortunately do not speak Spanish
I speak English and french but I sincerely hope someone can translate this letter for all the staff so they can know they are the INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL MADRID NUERO UNO!

SINCERELY
DAVID FOWLER
PS.( I ONE TIME SENT A LETTER TO THE GENERAL MANAGER OF THIS HOTEL AND HE GRACIOUSLY TOOK TIME TO ANSWER AND THAT TO MADE A GREAT IMPRESSION ON ME|||)
Review by uniteddave

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#5
Great
Little old but very good, great service as in all intercontinental hotels. The bathroom somewhat little and the toilet paper very bad located, so uncomfortable! Beds and pillows great. The location at av. La Castellana is good but not great
Review by ETame

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#6
Good location, beautiful hotel
The location of this InterCon is right along the main street in Spain. It's about 10 minutes from the center of the city with El Prado, Retiro Park, and Atocha Station. The rooms are wonderful as well as the service
Review by girlseesworld

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#7
Excellent service and fine hotel
My husband and I stayed here prior to Christmas for a few days and were treated very well. The staff are attentive and kind. We had a light dinner one night at the bar and the food and wine were excellent. Our room had a lovely view of downtown Madrid and it was quiet and very comfortable. All in all, it was a great experience. Many thanks to the manager who ensured that we were happy
Review by Michele K

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#8
Nice hotel
We had two rooms, one for our two daughters, and one for my wife and me. Both rooms are comfortable and with a large bathroom. The service in the hotel was excellent, and staff we met was friendly - always with a broad smile that made people feel good.
I read few reviews about this hotel and saw people saying the hotel is a bit remote. Although it is a true assessment, but I didn't feel that was an inconvenience for my family. Taxi or Uber are very cheap in Madrid. From the hotel to SOL or Atocha railway station costs about 7-10 EURO.
Around the hotel, there are few good restaurants within 2 blocks of walk. We found a good one called "Las Tortillas de Gabino". If you stay in the hotel, you might want to try it out.
Review by KevinT888

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

Description

Location
On the Paseo de la Castellana at the northern edge of the upscale Salamanca fashion district. Don’t be put off by its distance from the city centre. The Rubén Darío metro station, which is a five-minute walk away, will take you to Gran Vía in just three stops on line 5. This is also a culturally intriguing area in its own right: don’t miss the 24-hour, outdoor Museo de Arte Público, Spain’s most offbeat museum; works by 20th-century Spanish sculptors splayed underneath a dismal concrete flyover just across the road.

Rooms
Guestroom Accessibility Details
Wheelchair Accessible Closets
Wheelchair Accessible HVAC & Light Controls
Furniture can be rearranged for added space
Wheelchair Accessible Rooms & Routes
Bathroom Cord/Button Emergency System
Bedroom Cord/Button Emergency System
Grab Bars/Adequate Maneuvering Space/Tall Toilets
Adequate Turning Space
Padded Plumbing/Clearance Beneath Vanity


Food & drink
The main restaurant, El Jardín, with its French windows looking out onto the central garden, and ferociously sized houseplants, has the feel of an early-20th-century conservatoire. Expect twinkles of feudal theatricality in the décor; I sat under a gothic grey chandelier shaped like a drooping spider’s web, and ate off silver-coloured plates.

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