Ratings based on 12 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby victoria from ascot
Excellent but Beware interior roomsPosted Dec 3, 2013
Hadn't realised when I booked that I would have an interior room. This should have been clearer. Managed to upgrade to a fantastic room for 15 euros a night. Staff were incredibly kind and friendly.
for Everyoneby Zeqok00 from Edinburgh
A hidden gem in a great placePosted Nov 12, 2013
Pros: Pristine hotel, immaculate everywhere. in asking for a high floor, we ended up with 2 spacious double rooms with a shared lounge and huge terrace.
Cons: Continental breakfast is adequate, but basic. Nothing different like you may get as unique from other hotel chains. In this case, the Melia group.
Location: If you like a mix of bars, there are at least 8 decent ones in the area. For those who really need it, there is a Burger King but local food is better
Situated right beside Alonso Martinez station, the Innside Madrid Genova was immaculate and in a great location for food, bars and a variety of 15-20 minute walking routes to the city centre t Sol. One of the benefits of the location is that this station is on the Blue number 10 metro line, which air travellers change onto at Neuvos Ministerias from the airport, and just 2 stops on from there. Loads to see and do in Madrid, getting about is easy, costs are reasonable, except Real Madrid strips, tickets and other memorabilia which are outrageous - 90 Euros for a football top, 40 for a t-shirt. Locals were very amiable, unlike on the coast and islands where the tacky scene is rife, this very well presented city is backed up by proud city dwellers. On the negative side of things, an extraordinary number of beggars, plus an ongoing strike by city refuse workers saw rubbish up to 2 feet high in the streets, until their grudge is resolved.
for Business Travelersby Jamie from UK
Posted Nov 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
Really nice hotel, central location with excellent staff, clean modern rooms providing wifi and a free mini bar. What more could you want! Have stayed there on my last two visits and will stay there next time as well.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
A very good experiencePosted Nov 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
I am more and more impressed with the Innside chain and with the 2 Madrid locations. This hotel is very well located, in a nice area from which Madrid's attractions are easily accessible( the Metro is a few meters from the hotel).The staff are very friendly and accomodating. Rooms are well sized and open. Non- alcoholic drinks are provided free of charge. Iron and ironing board are also provided.Only some small annoyances prevent this from getting a full 5 rating( safe and fridge inconveniently located in closet, lighting in room could be improved). Overall a very good experience.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Across the street from the MetroPosted Oct 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
We enjoyed staying at the Innside Madid Genova. Good location. Easy access via the Metro. Walking distance to the theater. Good breakfast service and selection. Workout room needs improvement. We would stay there again.
for Getaway With Friendsby Marina
Posted Oct 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Nice hotel close to everything central in MadridPosted Sep 22, 2013
Pros: Location, cleanliness, amiable staff.
Cons: Well I suppose they can't make rooms a bit larger is it?
Location: Underground (Metro) station is 40-50 yards away from the hotel's entrance. Opera station is the 4th station away from there, 5-7min journey.
A boutique hotel rated 4 stars (Spanish ones of course) - not bad for the price, not bad at all. Room on the tight side (double twin bed, bed takes most of the space) but very clean, contemporary bathroom. Add a room safe and a minibar with soft drinks included(!) in the price, free wifi. Did I say very clean? Didn't take breakfast there, if you know anything about Madrid go and have breakfast at cafeterias where Madrilenos take breakfast. If it happens you don't know what to do on a Sat/Sun morning in Madrid try taking the high speed train - a 28min journey for 20 Euros return pp - to Segovia then come back to Madrid for a flamenco show and diner. My wife and I we did that on a whim and loved it.
for Business Travelersby Jamie from Colchester
Lovely hotelPosted Sep 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great hotel, ideal location, really nice rooms and bathrooms and a free mini bar as well. Always appreciated. Breakfast very nice and the staff were all really friendly. Will stay there next time.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Great hotel in good central locationPosted Jun 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel was a beautiful building and although located on a busy roundabout at Alonso Martinez, there was absolutely no traffic noise in the hotel at all. The staff were all extremely pleasant. The room was a good size and clean. The bathroom was stunning! Having visited Madrid 3 times this year and stayed at different hotels, this has been by far the best. The metro is located close to the hotel and we were able to get everywhere we needed to without any hassle. Highly recommend this hotel!
for Couplesby Michael
Nice spot in Chamberi area.Posted May 20, 2013
pleasant hotel on convenient location at A Martinez metro station. Easy access via metro to all the important sightseeing. Nice rooms, very helpful staff and decent breakfast buffet (typical Euro hotel style.) not a lot of great restaurants in immediate neighborhood, but easy to get to them from location. Short walk to Retiro park area for great running as well. Would definitely stay there again.