Located in Madrid's luxurious district of Salamanca, the Miguel Ángel Hotel is only a few steps away from the historic district and is situated close to the principal museums as Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza or Reina Sofia, but also close to the emblematic Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and the International Fais Park IFEMA. It only takes 10 minutes by car to reach the historical center of the city or the Madrid-Barajas International Airport.
"Pretty tired, OK if you get a good deal but it is certainly not a 5 star hotel as described"
When you arrive,the lobby area gives the impression of quite a swish hotel. However, arriving on the 4th floor to threadbare runners and then to my room with old fashioned and not very beautiful furniture, plug sockets that were coming off the wall etc it was like being in another hotel entirely. The bed in fairness was quite comfortable and I had a reasonably good night's sleep, though having no coffee or tea making facilities was very poor. The breakfast was OK, lovely melon and decent bread rolls, though cold boiled eggs and not very marvellous coffee were not really what I wanted first thing in the morning. I stay in Madrid a bit for work and this was the weakest place I have stayed, however, it wasn't stupidly priced so at least that was fine. I just don't like a place masquerading as something it is not.
This is a nice hotel! The accommodations were clean, and the breakfast was delicious. The outside patio area is nice and relaxing. The front desk was very helpful. The location was not ideal; we had to taxi or Uber everywhere. That is the only downside to staying here.
We stayed in Miguel Angel hotel in Madrid to celebrate our belated birthdays and we are pleased our room beautiful views and excellent comfortable room in a higher floor Nice selection of foods . Plenty places to see and visit , we could not wait definitely we going back again to this hotel . Thanks Angie
"Not a five star hotel"
I was surprised to learn that this was a five-star hotel. The gentleman at the reception desk upon check-in was not friendly, we were there with a tour group and he was suppose to give us an envelop with luggage tags etc. but I guess he forgot. Our tour manager had to walk over and asked him for it. The hotel is a little rough around the edges with very worn carpet in the hallways and bedrooms, although our room itself was comfortable and in a quiet spot. You have to wait for the elevators a long time, especially in the morning when groups are checking out. We decided to walk down the stairs with our carry-on because it was taking so long. The breakfast buffet was disappointing, eggs were cold and sitting was limited. I don't think I'd stay here again if I were in Madrid.
"A tale of two rooms"
We stayed at this hotel on either end of a coach tour. The hotel in general is tired. Carpets are I dire need of upgrading. Our room on the first two night stay was fine. It was spacious by European standards. We had a small sofa and chair, the bed was fine we enjoyed ourselves. The AC was extremely noisy and could not be used at night. On our second stay we were given a very small room which smelled horrible. We asked to be moved and were to a another very small room. When we turned on the AC it sounded like a jet plane and only cooled by a couple of degrees. We had one chair and you could feel the springs coming through. The one saving grace was the staff who were extremely friendly and helpful.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM