See why so many travellers make Hotel Julia their hotel of choice when visiting Madrid. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Hotel Julia offer air conditioning and a desk providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, newspaper, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Julia, parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas (1.6 mi) and Barrio de Salamanca (2.2 mi), guests of Hotel Julia can easily experience some of Madrid's most well known attractions.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the wine bars, including Nagú, CUCUMBER La Prospe, and Carbon Negro, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Julia.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Parque La Quinta de los Molinos (0.5 mi) or Plaza de la Independencia (0.6 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Julia as you experience all of the things Madrid has to offer.
Stayed here for the Football. Handy to get to & from Athletico Madrid, not too far away. If you're wanting a centre stay however I'd probably look for something closer. The hotel itself was clean for us. Beds OK. The receptionist sent me on a wild goose chase for a Kebab mind at 3 o'clock in the morning.
At first sight the hotel looks nice, but the room wasn’t clean when I arrived (hairs in the bathroom sink). At second sight, the beds are really short (I’m 1.85m). The internet was crappy in my room and that of a colleague. The cleaning lady likes to start early, fine, but don’t make so much noise at 7:30 that the toom next to it (my room) wakes up from it. Breakfast was mediocre at best. One of the 2 days I got the wrong order. Worst of all, I paid nearly 200 euros per night for all of this and when I mentioned some of my concerns above, they seemed uninterested. I will be back in Madrid soon, but they won’t see me back in this hotel!
If you don’t have any other options, this hotel will do; consider yourself warned the beds are tiny!!!!! My husband, 6 ft, and myself, 5’6” were almost unable to sleep in the same bed and we were in Madrid for 11 nights. The rollaway beds were 35€/night!!!!!
I happened to need a Hotel from thursday to monday and had a job finding one at the right price, then I realised that it was the International Tourism Fair (FITUR) and on these dates Madrid is extremely busy with visitors from all over the world and therefore prices go up. I came across this hotel and although the 2* category was below what I usually buy it had some very good comments by users so I book it. I was not disapointed. It was overall a good and experience and good value for money. On the first three days I paid just over 85 euros per night for the room but on the sunday the price came down to 55 euros. the comfort, cleanliness, service etc were all good but one thing worth mentioning is the coffee shop which was very good and inexpensive. Because the Cafeteria is closed on saturday and sunday the hotel offers its guests a free buffet breakfast which was very enjoyable.…
Is a very clean and quiet hotel. With easy mobility to the center of Madrid. Close to the green line (5), which has the principal areas of Madrid like Gran Via, Chueca, Ópera, Calleo. The room was spacious and immaculate, and the shower was so good that was hard to switch off the water!
I stayed here for 2 of my 3 nights in Madrid. Great location, less than 10 mins walk from 2 different metro stations on different lines. The staff are very friendly and let me check in a little earlier than the stated check in time. The beds are comfortable and it's in a quiet area. The room had a safe, which is big enough to fit a laptop and other valuables so I had peace of mind whilst I was out. One downside is that I had a little trouble working the thermostat. I would've liked the room a bit cooler but other than that I couldn't fault the hotel. I really loved Madrid and will definitely be back, and Hotel Julia will be the first place I look for accommodation.
We stayed for 3 nights and found this hotel very convenient. Although not being located in downtown, we selected it in order to be far from traffic and noise. It is easy to reach it by car if travelling from another city, and it has a big parking lot in the underground. The neighborhood is calm, helping to have a good rest at night. Prices are reasonable and the rooms looked clean. A couple of supermarkets and laundromats are not far away, and the subway is only 6 blocks away from the hotel.
Hotel's rooms are quiet convenient, with large bathrooms, they are clean and well maintained, front desk staff is very helpful, the idea of serving breakfast this way is new, however for me it's not the best way of doing it
Hi, This Hotel is OK to leave at cheaper rate. Not so bad and not so luxurious. One can just stay here for a purpose. No Kitchen available in the room(not even a microwave). Car Parking available with parking charges. On weekend, one can have free breakfast in the hotel in the morning. There is another restaurant attached to the hotel(which is separate from hotel) and one can have a dinner/lunch alongwith variety of drinks by paying directly into the restaurant separately.
Hotel Julia in Madrid… I’ll cut straight to the chase.. One of the best 3-stars hotel I ever stayed at since ever.. Room making a very good impression with nice and rather well kept furniture and design. Room is equipped with a safe deposit box, but no kettle, coffee maker or microwave. No mini bar or a small fridge too, which may be important to some travellers. No customary bottles water too.. Electricity is activated with a pre-programed keycard entered to the main switch. As long as the key card is entered to the switch – electricity is active. No other card works, so don’t count on powering up your devices when you leave the room. Bathroom separated from the room with a gorgeous glass wall is just beatify done. Very clean and very comfortable. Shower is just a joy. Toiletries are limited to the shower gel and a bar of soap. Towels – 3 star quality standard, but sufficient. Bed surrounded with the decorative ceramic tiles installation. Nevertheless seams, like the tiles are not installed directly onto the wall, as they were not remaining cold as they normally would. That was great, as it not tarnished a comfort level of sleeping. Bed comfort and bed linings – standard quality. A extra blankets are provided in the closed. Blankets are wrapped in plastic making an appearance of freshly washed, but plastic bag was not sealed putting that assumption to a doubt. It looked fresh however. Plenty of electrical outlets for those who need to charge their mobile devices. My room had one North American outlet available over a night table. No adapter required. Hotel was very quiet, staff very friendly. Wi-Fi was free and of a good quality. Two very elegant, panoramic elevators available. Breakfast is available for a surcharge, but it starts to be server later on Sundays… Too late for me to stick around and give it a try. Few supermarkets in the immediate area provide very good back-up solution which you can take use of if breakfast in the hotel is not working for you. Overall hotel Julia made a good impression on me. Quality wise – outstanding 3 stars. Location is not a king however (about 30 minutes Subway ride to the centre part of the town). This seems to be a part of town with a dominant industrial presence, so it could make a hotel as good to stay on the business trips. For the quality and value I received I was happy to compromise and I would remain just as happy to return on my next trip. More about location: Hotel is geographically very close to the MAD airport, thought easier accessible by taxi, than by public transit. When you’ll relay on Subway only – it will take you few connection and an airport surcharge charged additionally to a single ride ticket (3.00). Closest Subway Stations are Ciudad Lineal on line 5 and 3 stations on line 7: Ascao, García Noblejas or Simancas. All 4 stations are in about the same walking distance of 0,8 km. If you are planning to use Subway from Madrid Airport and use public transit for the rest of the day, get yourself at least a day pass (8.40) which includes an Airport surcharge and will goo till the end of the day of subway operation. Be mindful – this pass is valid till the end of the day – not 24 hour, so think about it if you’re arriving in Madrid at a later part of the day. As one of the possibilities from the Airport, you can take line 8 (the only choice at the moment), transfer at Mar de Cristal to line 4 and at Diego de León take line 5 Ciudad Lineal. Be aware of the fact, that Madrid Subway stations are not very accessibly friendly. There is many stairs to take to go in, out and transfer from platform to platform. Escalators and elevators are not that popular. It may be difficult to get around with many pieces of heavy language.…
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