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All reviewstwo metro stationsfree wifireception area is smallbasement roomsingle roomshort stayclose to the hotelwalked everywheregood sizetwo nightscity centrewalking distanceneighborhooddeskbilbaotvstreet
The hotel was really close o metro stations and city center. The bedroom was really good and quiet. The only bad thing I have to say is regarding breakfast, it's not worth to choose the option of including breakfast because you'll pay extra for it...More
The hotel situated between 2 metro stations, 3-4 min walk to either. 10-15 min more and you are in the city centre(Gran Via, Sol, etc.) I actually walked quite a few times from the center to the hotel at night, takes about 40 min.
First impression was good. But it's situated on a busy noisy road. The walls are thin and you can hear everything from neighbours. Beds were not comfortable either so in the two nights we were there we didn't get much sleep. Breakfast was adequate for...More
I stayed at this hotel for two nights in September whilst visiting my daughter who has been living in Madrid. I booked a double room so I had a bigger bed and a bit more space. The room was a good size and clean, the...More
The single hotel room and bathroom was perfectly adequate and had in room safe but no fridge. The reception area is small and as it has an old fashioned key system with the name of the hotel on the key fob,you have to hand in...More
Response from Agustín P, Gerente at Hotel TrafalgarResponded 22 September 2017
Multi-story residential buildings decorated with ornate balconies line the traditional, quiet, and pretty streets of Chamberí. Humble storefronts and neighbourhood taverns are scattered across the lower levels down every block, and here and there, there's a cluster of tables on the sidewalk. It isn't ever crowded, but people are always out, poking into the tiny bakeries, hardware stores, and tobacco shops, or
ducking into a bright, unadorned cerveceria to have a coffee or beer by the bar, flip through the paper, and check the sports score. The round Plaza Olavide, where the fairly regular network of streets breaks form, is among the most green and lively spots. Restaurants line its circumference and sought-after outdoor tables fill the center of the plaza, where people relax to the sounds of kids playing and street musicians' tunes.