Hotels in Madrid
Hotel Guest Rating: 6.0/10
Mendez Alvaro, 30
Welcome to the Rafaelhoteles Atocha
Near the Atocha train stop and Madrid's Retiro Park, guests stay stress-free with a hot tub and free internet at the non-smoking Rafaelhoteles Atocha.
The five-story Rafaelhoteles Atocha dons 245 non-smoking rooms with coffeemakers, cable TV, hairdryers and irons. Free high-speed internet access is also available. Guests stay in shape with a workout in the fitness room and relax with a soak in the hot tub. There's also a business center for getting work done. When not dining in the restaurant, guests can enjoy a cocktail in the lounge or chill out in the garden. Parking is available.
Less than one mile south of Madrid's Retiro Park, the Rafaelhoteles Atocha is within a 15-minute walk of the Atocha train station as well as the Mendez Alvaro stop. The hotel's location less than one mile of the Triangle of Art places guests within steps of the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza Museums. CaixaForum Madrid is also conveniently less than one mile from the hotel. An 11-mile drive northeast leads to Madrid-Barajas Airport.
Praising it as "an economical place to stay," Priceline guests dig the Rafaelhoteles Atocha for its "excellent amenities" and location "close to the Reina Sofia and Prado Museums."
Rafaelhoteles Atocha Amenities
- Free Wi-Fi
- On-site Parking
- Private Parking
- WiFi Available in All Areas
Free Wi-Fi is available with a basic conection. Premium conection Wi-Fi is available for an extra charge.
Hotel Guest Reviews of the Rafaelhoteles AtochaOur hotel ratings and reviews are from real hotel guests. Priceline.com ensures that its reviews are guests-only by proactively sending hotel surveys to customers after they've completed their hotel stays. In the post-stay surveys, priceline.com hotel customers are asked a number of questions about their stay and the hotel. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best, the survey asks guests to rate their overall experience and specifically rate the hotel's cleanliness, staff and location. Priceline.com does not allow site visitors to post unsolicited hotel reviews.
June 2, 2013
May 17, 2013
The hotel is a long, long, way too long walk from the train station through a mixed residential/commercial neighborhood that is wind blown, trash strewn, charmless, and bereft of restaurants. While the Metro (subway) is modern, clean, and excellent, the walk from the hotel to the Metro is long (see above) and thus inconvenient.
March 9, 2013
Location not central at all against priceline definition
November 27, 2012
November 20, 2012
Family Traveling with Young Children
WiFi access was not good. Other than that, all went well.
November 12, 2012
We found the staff at this hotel very friendly and extremely helpful with typical tourist questions. The location was not within walking distance of any tourist spots. The hotel's policy on wifi was one-hour free per twenty-four hours that seems ridiculously outdated. You also had to sit in a curtained 12 x 12' spot to use free wifi - that was another odd thing. The food in the hotel was very expensive and we could not find any small restaurants around the hotel. ...
November 8, 2012
You get what you pay for. Definitely an economical place to stay. If you don't mind walking for 10 minutes to get to the action then I would recommend this place as a decent deal.
October 23, 2012
The Rafaelatocha Hotel definitely does not qualify as a 4 star hotel. The hallways are dim and the carpet is dirty, it felt more like a motel. The rooms themselves were somewhat spacious, however, the amenities were minimal. Also, the walls are paper thin, you are able to hear everything from all the surrounding rooms next door, upstairs, and downstairs. The windows and doors don't seal out much of the sound either, so you hear every time someone would walk down the hallway or walk by the window. Door slammed from next door, and you could hear the closets open or if people were pulling their luggage around the rooms. It was really difficult to get a good night's rest at the hotel. I was under the impression that the hotel would have free WiFi, however, they charge quite an exorbitant amount of money to have that luxury. Another option is that you are allowed to use the WiFi in the lobby area, one hour a day for free. The hotel itself is a good 30-40 minute walk outside of the city and is a varying 10-24 Euro cab ride depending on the route the driver takes. The metro is a pleasant 15 minute walk from the hotel and a 1,5 euro ride into the city. As I didn't have a car in the city, it would have been helpful for the hotel to be closer to a metro station. ...
September 23, 2012
Very good hotel for the price, staff was very friendly and helpful and the room was large and very comfortable.
August 19, 2012
Not in a great area, hotel walls are really thin, i could hear baby crying from my room with ear plugs in! Rooms were very clean though!
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