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Avda. Capital De España, 10, Barajas, 28042 Madrid, Spain – Show map
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Fitness Center, Solarium, Library
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant With Dining Menu, Snack Bar
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and costs EUR 19 per 24 hours.
Public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 18.40 per day.
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, VIP Room Facilities, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating
French, Spanish, English
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Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge for extra beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
When booking more than 7 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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This hotel is right next to IFEMA, the Parque Juan Carlos I and the Palacio de Congresos. It offers free Wi-Fi and a free shuttle service to Barajas Airport.
Score from 672 reviews Very good
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Score from 3463 reviews Excellent
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Score from 3147 reviews Very good
Hotel Nuevo Boston is a designer hotel, a 10-minute drive from IFEMA Exhibition Centre.
Score from 2705 reviews Excellent
Great location for the airport and Feria. Also close to the Metro for quick access to the centre of Madrid. Good food, excellent and friendly service. Would definitely stay here again.
A few very minor things.
The hotel was very close to the conference centre which was excellent for my meeting there. It was also close to the metro station for travelling into Madrid, plus there were several restaurants and shops in the immediate area. The staff were a little distant to start with, but by the end of our stay, they had thawed and were much more friendly. They were helpful throughout our stay.
The hotel was a considerable distance from the centre of Madrid and so is probably not ideally situated for a sightseeing holiday. The WiFi was a little variable, though generally OK. The restaurant menu was a limited for a vegetarian, but that was the situation throughout Madrid.
Excellent location for IFEMA and airport. Free shuttle to airport good. Communal areas such as bar and restaurants very nice.
Very, very overpriced for what is a very average 4* hotel. Swimming pool closed from October. Small gym. Two metro changes to centre (~30 mins) Rooms were outdated.
The bed and pillows were the most comfortable we have ever had in any hotel in Spain. We also like the location near to the park for walking our dog.
Quick and efficient check in/ check out. Quiet, clean room. Close to Madrid airport.
Everything is well organised and very slick, for the money it was excellent.
Early morning reception is not efficient and we had to take our own bags down from the room
Beds were very comfortable Great breakfast buffet Free airport transfer Free wifi
No shade at the pool Location far from the city centre very close to a metro station though so you can take the metro and then change to the "cercanía train" that will take you right to "Sol" station - 20 minutes in total. Be careful the reception did not tell us about the Cercanía trains so they advised it would take 45 minutes (by metro you have to change lines twice) - better to take the Cercania train instead (check Google Maps for details)
Generally the hotel is great value for money.
The price of the buffet breakfast is far too high.
I liked the friendliness of the staff at the desk and particularly the kindness of a young woman waiter in the coffee shop. As an 81 year old woman traveling alone it meant a great deal to me.
There isn't anything I didn't like.
There's bus service from hotel to airport. It takes about 30mins or more because call at other 1,2 hotels. The driver is good person. Receptionist are also good and kindness. I like bath amenities. And bedding is nice and cozy for me. :-)
This hotel has all non-smoking room even when you could book a smoking room at Booking. com.
Location is excellent for airport. Underground station to city centre is very close.
We had a roof above our heads, and a clean bed. The staff was extremely friendly. Is there more to ask? Well....
The hotel feels "old". I've seen my share of hotels around the world, this is not the worst but this being a 4 star hotel, it was unexpected. The outside doesn't show it well, but the oldish feeling you get immediately when entering the lobby: gold shining everywhere and heavy brown leather chairs are a bad sign, not only a synonym for class. Then, a walk in the hallways tells you that there are reasons why there are so many horror movies in badly lit creepy hotels: will someone come from one of these closed doors, or around the corner? In the room, well, things aren't so much better, expect the bed which at least had clean beddings. The bathroom floor was chipped everywhere, the bath sealing tearing off, and even the sink in our room was clogged, which shows how quick the cleaning was done before our arrival (the staff should at least notice a clogged sink!!) Funny note: TV is this hotel is probably optional; while we didn't plan on watching TV, I just wanted to look what the Spanish channels look like, but upon trying the remote, nothing worked. I then checked to see that the TV couldn't power on. Of course, after lifting the front pannel of the TV shelf, found it wasn't even plugged on! Then, trying the remote again, nothing worked. Of course, no batteries in it. So I guess the hotel website should mention it: optional TV (upon request, but bring your own batteries). Before booking a room here, remind yourself that this is a FOUR STAR hotel, with the price tag on it. I dare hope there are better places in the area. At least I'll look for them when I next stop in Madrid.
A quick and easy walk from the Metro for arrival from the center, and a very efficient free shuttle to the airport for departure. Comfortable, well-appointed room and a pleasant lounge for a light meal and a beverage. An excellent choice for the night before departure.
Not material for this traveler, but the area around the hotel appears not to have other restaurants or diversions, so a guest looking for something to do outside the hotel will need to go elsewhere by Metro or other transportation.
Large and comfy rooms
Location, breakfast was excellent with good variety and staff was friendly. Rooms are very clean and comfortable.
Great food with attentive staff
Nothing I can think of.
clean, good food
Easy to connect by metro to city centre (cheap daypass and frequent schedule). Nice buffet breakfast. Free shuttle bus service to Barajas airport.
I like everything about pull man hotel
It was very quiet in the morning and at night- we slept well. The breakfast was good, even fresh fruit. The bed was comfortable, and the room was warm, the underground station was not far.
Nothing bad, nothing.
The old Sofitel renamed Pullman is close to the Feria which is the main reason for all guests to stay there I would imagine.
The area is poor in restaurants. Therefore it's surprising that the hotel's main restaurant Mare Nostrum would unexpectedly be closed in the evenings, with the only in-house food options being the patio and the bar. The WiFi is free but slow and I could not use it in the lobby - probably as the result of an overload.
Quite pleased by the welcoming staff, unexpected to have such excellent food on the premises. The Patio Andaluz, one of the dining salons, is a great idea, with a diverse menu and we had probably the best croquettas
very nice and clean rooms, excellent breakfast
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