NH Alcala Hotel Madrid

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Locality: Salamanca Quarter, price from: 87 € per night
Enjoying a convenient location and providing comfortable accommodation, the NH Alcala Hotel is an ideal place to stay while you are in Madrid. Location: Located in midtown Madrid overlooking the Retiro Park, NH Alcala Hotel is just a short stroll from the Puerta de Alcala, Plaza de Cibeles and Serrano Street. The city's main tourist attractions, business district, shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues are within easy reach from the hotel. Rooms: The hotel offers 146 guestrooms, all of which are comfortable, well furnished and equipped with modern amenities. Restaurant: NH Alcala Restaurant offers exotic dishes and delicious flavours with a slight avant-garde influence. After a long day of business or sightseeing, guests can sit back and relax while enjoying cocktails in the lobby bar. General: The hotel offers 3 meeting rooms that are equipped with all the services that you may need for work meetings, conventions, conferences or any other type of event such as banquets or celebrations. With a capacity of 150 people, those rooms can be adapted to meet all your requirements.

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