- All the bedrooms face onto the street and some have balconies with views of the Royal Palace, just 100m away. They're spacious, get lots of natural light and are decorated in a simple and welcoming fashion. In the hotel's restaurant - Café de la Ópera - the waiters sing arias as they serve your meal, accompanied by a pianist. There's no danger of getting bored during your stay with all the bars, restaurants, cinemas and shops in the vicinity. It's a compact, three-star, nine-storey hotel that was built in 1964.
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User Reviews for Best Western Ópera
Stayed for 3 nights in November and found a hotel with a first class location. The staff were very helpful & friendly. The room was comfortable and of a good size for a city...
- posted on 11.09.12
- by 255NRB13
just in the right ' aria'!
This family owned 4star hotel is ideal for exploring Madrid. It is between the Theatro Royal and the Royal Palace with great transport links and restaurants around. The rooms are...
- posted on 11.05.12
- by flipandjude
Central location & value for money
Stayed for 4 nights in October. Great location for tourists. Friendly service with a smile. Disappointing no umbrella available when it rained. But hey, that doesn't happen often!...
- posted on 10.15.12
- by DaveChesham
The restaurant serves Spanish and international dishes. All bedrooms come with satellite TV, Canal+ and a smoke detector. Some have jacuzzi-type bath.
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- Cuesta de Santo Domingo 5
- In front of the Royal Theater
- Madrid, Madrid 28013
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