Hotel Indigo Madrid - Gran Via
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- Free Wi-Fi access
- On-site bar & restaurant
- Gym facilities
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Superbly located, the Hotel Indigo Madrid is just steps from the Gran Via – one of the Spanish capital’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan streets, it’s the place to be for Madrid’s trendiest shopping and top-class entertainment. In the heart of downtown, the hotel is a terrific base from which to explore the city, with sights including the Royal Palace, Opera House and Plaza Mayor all within easy walking distance.
An inviting four star retreat after a long day of shopping and sightseeing, each of the stylish guestrooms at the Hotel Indigo Madrid - Gran Via are well-equipped to make you feel right at home. Fully air-conditioned, a 40” LCD TV, and invigorating rainfall shower and luxurious toiletries in the private bathroom, the room has been designed with your comfort in mind. Complimentary Wi-Fi access is also available throughout.
When evening rolls around, be certain to sample the delicious Italian and Mediterranean cuisine of the hotel’s excellent Gastrobar & Restaurant, with menus created by renowned chef Andrea Tumbarello. Toast your short break in Madrid with a cocktail or two in the Hotel Indigo Madrid – Gran Via’s contemporary Sky Lounge, ideal for enjoying gorgeous views across the city. To blow off some steam, don’t miss the hotel’s 24 hour Gym in the onsite Health & Fitness Centre.
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 768 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Good location, comfortable bed and great staff
Stay Date: 05/2017, carole9255 wrote this review.
Travelled with my husband to Madrid for the Madrid tennis open. Stayed at Hotel Indigo for 3 nights and found it a pleasant experience. Best thing about the hotel was the staff who were fantastic and could not have been more helpful. The bedroom was … See more
Travelled with my husband to Madrid for the Madrid tennis open. Stayed at Hotel Indigo for 3 nights and found it a pleasant experience. Best thing about the hotel was the staff who were fantastic and could not have been more helpful. The bedroom was good enough for a short break- it was a little small and only had a window looking out onto other rooms. The bathroom was modern, clean and had a very good shower. Excellent breakfast and catered for a gluten free diet. We ate in the evening on 2 occasions, got a 20% discount as guests and enjoyed our meals. The rooftop terrace and bar was a pleasant place to sit with a drink after dark. We got vouchers for a free drink each and service from the lady working at the bar was very good. We would stay again. Collapse
Great location and comfortable rooms
Stay Date: 05/2017, merlin03 wrote this review.
The property is really well located with comfortable rooms and a nice roof terrace and pool. The rooms are showing signs of wear and poor maintenance, my room (307) had flaking paint and a broken floor. The staff in check in and check out were prett… See more
The property is really well located with comfortable rooms and a nice roof terrace and pool. The rooms are showing signs of wear and poor maintenance, my room (307) had flaking paint and a broken floor. The staff in check in and check out were pretty dismal taking at least 15 minutes to check you in and check out. It seemed to be a complete surprise that guests needed to be checked in and out for this reason alone I am unlikely to use this property again. Collapse
Beginning our trip in Spain
Stay Date: 05/2017, Len W wrote this review.
We are traveling with friends, both couples in their early 60's, and Hotel Indigo was our home for the first three nights. This is a contemporary hotel just off the Grand Via. We enjoyed the hotel very much. The staff was friendly and helpful. The ro… See more
We are traveling with friends, both couples in their early 60's, and Hotel Indigo was our home for the first three nights. This is a contemporary hotel just off the Grand Via. We enjoyed the hotel very much. The staff was friendly and helpful. The rooftop bar enjoyable and the restaurant, which we used for our first night after flying, was very good. I would recommend the hotel without reservation. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, WhereIsMarkNow wrote this review.
We spent a long weekend here and I cannot compliment this hotel more. Wonderful check in experience, great room, and I felt at home. Now that said I do call out the roof bar as a bad experience. I asked to speak to the manager and I was told s/he … See more
We spent a long weekend here and I cannot compliment this hotel more. Wonderful check in experience, great room, and I felt at home. Now that said I do call out the roof bar as a bad experience. I asked to speak to the manager and I was told s/he was not available on 2 occasions. I was never Contacted. The woman in charge of the roof bar needs to go, sorry to say, as she is rude, condescending, and made me weary of going back there. We were celebrating our 20th anniversary, I am IHG platinum and the front desk gave us 2 free drinks for the roof bar. This woman explained to me (after buying) the offer was only wine or beer. I explained that was a communication issue between the bar and the Front desk and in an attempt to move on, i offered to pay for one drink. We wanted a 2nd round and were REFUSED until i paid for the drink that was supposed to be free !!! Clearly everyone knows asking for check payment is the same as asking someone to leave and her approach was unforgivable. Period. When I confronted her about it she basically had a meltdown. She seriously damages this hotel. That aside I really enjoyed this hotel. Collapse
Fun hotel in the city center
Stay Date: 03/2017, Robert M wrote this review.
The Hotel Indigo is a newer hotel conveniently located just a half block off the Gran Via, fairly close to the Palacio Real and just around the corner from the Santo Domingo metro station. Shopping and dining in just about all price ranges and numer… See more
The Hotel Indigo is a newer hotel conveniently located just a half block off the Gran Via, fairly close to the Palacio Real and just around the corner from the Santo Domingo metro station. Shopping and dining in just about all price ranges and numerous other transit options are all adjacent or just a short stroll away. The hotel sits in the middle of the block and it's signage is a bit obscured depending on your approach, but we found it without any hassle. It tends to be a bit on the pricey side, but we secured a reasonable deal at about 110€ per night. Similar to most other Hotel Indigo locations we've stayed at, our room had modern décor with an edgy vibe. The green bathroom accent/nightlight was pretty cool and floor to ceiling windows added a classy touch, though the views along the side street from our 5th level room weren't terribly appealing. The room was small but the bed and pillows were quite comfortable. The A/C is a centralized system which apparently isn't activated until later in April or maybe May and being that we like cool temps for sleeping and lounging in the evening, we were relieved that the windows opened wide enough to allow for modest fresh air flow. The television offered programming in several different languages, but it was a bit disappointing that the only English language stations available were news and business channels. After a long day of exploring the city and working my feeble Castilian, it would have been nice to spend a few minutes unwinding and veg to something other than news or business. Libations are available on site, but the bar on the lobby level is quite small, the better option is the roof top bar which is spacious, sort of trendy looking and provides some great views of the city. The staff was efficient and accommodating and everyone we encountered seemed to be bilingual in Castilian and English. The centralized location and the close proximity of surrounding buildings which created a sort of canyon echo effect conspired to produce one less appealing feature which was street noise. We kept our window cracked to get cool air through the night and so heard the occasional rowdy, late night partier as well as the occasional roaring car or truck, but it wasn't that bad. And, with the window closed such sounds were barely noticeable. All in all, this is a nice, somewhat posh feeling hotel in a pretty great location. We'll most likely stay there again next time we visit Madrid. Collapse
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