Petit Palace Chueca

(4 Ratings)
19th Century palace
The Petit Palace Hotel and each of its 58 rooms were completely renovated in 2003, equipped with the latest comforts, technological innovations, and services. Located just around the corner from Gran Via and Puerta del Sol, the absolute center of the city.

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gachna first review First to Review
Over a year ago

Comfortable and clean

Good hotel. The room is a good size and the bathroom is large. It is designed as a wet room wih a very modern shower, but alas they have put the shower curtains too close to the shower. You feel like you are in a phone box trying to wash without moving too much. The location is beyond perfect for just about everything in Madrid. Especially the bar and restaurants. Ask to be put higher than the first floor as the noise from road can be bad.

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