The staff! Awesome!
the bed was way to hard !! we should of asked for a softer mattress... if that was possible
room quality and location
Very nice hotel in a great location. Room was small but not surprising for Europe. The martini bar was a nice treat.
Small room and not enough space for two peoples clothes. The bed was pretty bad. Hard and uncomfortable.
With an exceptional location in the famous Plaza de Colón, the Gran Meliá Fénix Hotel is a benchmark for luxury hospitality in Madrid and a member of the exclusive club of The Leading Hotels of the World. Along with the famous DRY Martini Bar by Javier de las Muelas, it is the finest expression of luxury and service accompanied by enchanting Spanish charisma. Since it opened in 1953, it has been the preferred hotel for a first visit to the city for prestigious guests such as The Beatles, Cary Grant or Rita Hayworth, among many other personalities. The hotel has always been a benchmark for luxury customer service, testimony of which can be seen in its membership of The Leading Hotels of the World, making it one of the most exclusive hotels in the city. The RedLevel floor is renowned for its even more exclusive services and its magnificent Suites with panoramic views over Madrid. Exceptional location A magnificent location in the exclusive Barrio de Salamanca district, the financial heart of Madrid and surrounded by famous streets such as Serrano, Velázquez, Goya and the Paseo de la Castellana, allows our guests to reach all the most emblematic attractions in the city on foot. Located on the Golden Mile in Madrid’s most fashionable restaurant area, it is also only 10 minutes from the famous Gran Vía and the most important museums, such as the Prado, the Reina Sofía and the Thyssen. The finest cuisine The Gran Meliá Fénix Hotel offers a chance to enjoy the excellent Burgundy Restaurant, Aduana Restaurant and DRY Martini Bar by Javier de las Muelas, unique and innovative experiences in a luxurious setting in the Plaza de Colón. The Burgundy and Aduana restaurants are two meeting points for fine dining culture in Madrid. On the other side of the hotel’s modernist dome is the DRY Martini Bar by Javier de las Muelas, one of the most emblematic cocktail bars in Madrid and a must for a drink after lunch or an impromptu meeting, as well as one of the busiest “after work” destinations in the city. Dry Martini Bar by Javier de las Muelas The DRY Martini Bar by Javier de las Muelas has become a leader in cocktail mixing in Madrid, one of the main meeting points forMadrid’s society, where tradition and innovation combine to create a cocktail of sensations, emotions, aromas and tastes. A cult location for persons of refined tastes and lovers of designer cocktails, which has received numerous prized and unconditional fame in the city.
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