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This should have been a wonderful experience but in the end I wished I had stayed somewhere more basic because I didn't get the extra service I expected at this hotel. I booked the Parador because they had great facilities, the spa being most attractive....More
We loved everything about this beautiful parador. The check in was very efficient and charming. A lovely surprise were the canapés delivered to our fabulous accommodation. Also as Amigos we enjoyed our glass of Cava too. I cannot criticise anything at this parador. Our room,...More
Located near the city center of Alcala de Henares, 10 minutes walk from the railway station, it is very, very nice. Rooms are big, with many possibilities for lightening( you can choose witch space to be enlightened), with a wonderful marble shower, continued by the...More
A fantasic development of a medieval monastry site. This is one of the lastest Paradors and the design is cutting edge yet somehow manages to retain the feeling of a traditional Parador. We found this hotel on a trip from southern Spain. Alacala is a...More
We were looking for a good hotel in an interesting city for a relaxing break before the British winter gets going and we were so happy with our choice. The staff on reception were able to speak English which was a bonus due to 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... 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.