I chose this hotel because it was on city fringe and close to metro and bus. Room was large and comfortable. Bed was great.
The Hotel breakfast was varied and filling. Bus outside hotel takes you to Plaza Mayor in 15 minutes. This is basically the centre of Madrid with Plaza Del Sol just a 5 minute walk on. Metro is a 10 minute walk and well signposted. Madrid's metro is fast; clean;and efficient. It was easy to get to all the important sites in Madrid.
"Great hotel it is sad that they charge the interne"
The hotel is 2 blook from the station, but check the map to find the correct direction, great hotel, great service, modern style. I can say that I could havea great stay if I cna have internet in my room. Now everywhere you can have internet. How a hotel with this good facilities and nice environment whant to make money with the internet.
Room was clean. Breakfast could of been better. 10 euro for food that didn't taste all that great. Also when we tried ordering room service the lady didn't speak english so she just hung up the phone on me mid conversation. I ended up going downstairs and one of the receptionist's translated to the room service lady what i wanted only to be told that they didn't have any pizza or pasta available at 8pm at night..
Also to anyone staying there in the future, try to not get the room directly in front of the lift like we did. Got woken up a few times throughout the nights by the lift making noise and people speaking when they get off on your floor
Traveller from Melbourne, Aus
Sercotel Puerta de Toledo Hotel is a 3-star hotel with 176 totally refurbished rooms and with all the necessary facilities …More
Very friendly staff. Since we arrived before 12:00 pm rooms were not available. At first, we were given the choice between room on street level with wrought iron bars on window or room by inner court with very little light. We requested a different room on upper floors. We got a room on third floor with balcony and plenty of light. Very small shower and closet. However, good water pressure with plenty of hot water. Room rather small but clean. It suited our needs.
South of the centre, Atocha is Madrid’s largest train station with fast trains to Andalusia and, more surprisingly, tropical gardens (with a pleasant café) in the old terminal building. The Museum of Anthropology is opposite and, over the Ronda de Atocha, the Reina Sofia art museum has benefited enormously from a bold, modern expansion. Nearby, Teatro Circo Price is a traditional circus and ideal for children.