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Stayed enroute from Santander to Costa Blanca chose it purely for location but wow what a find fabulous ultra modern parador in superb location will definitely return but next time for longer stay .The city itself is very vibrant and it’s proximity to Madrid makes...More
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This hotel is very clean and modern. It’s also in a great location for visiting Alcala de Henares. Just about everything to see there is within walking distance.
The only complaint I have is that the beds are very firm. Way too hard.
This was one of my first experiences with a parador. This particular parador is in what used to be a 17th century university, but has been restored as a modern hotel. Parador de Alcala is in a charming town and located just a few minutes...More
I booked this hotel because it looked good and we were not disappointed. The staff were friendly and helpful. The room was really comfortable and the air con so efficient wnd we were able to turn it off at night and the room was still...More
The Parador de Alcala de Henares is well situated in this old university town, the birthplace of Cervantes, approx 30kms from Madrid.. The town itself is rich in culture and history and although the parador is modern in its interior design it is part of...More
We walked to the station in about 20minutes. The train takes you directly into the centre of Madrid, and is the best way to get there I think. Not too expensive either! We got a map from the reception at Alcala to get our... More
We walked to the station in about 20minutes. The train takes you directly into the centre of Madrid, and is the best way to get there I think. Not too expensive either! We got a map from the reception at Alcala to get our bearings and checked on line as we walked, but it is pretty straight forward. The only thing to note is that the train does go to Atocha Station, but to a regional terminus just behind the main station. This is not a problem but threw us a bit in terms of getting our bearings ( the main station has a tropical garden in the middle of it - worth seeing if you have time! )Trains run regularly throughout the day.