The Regent hotel occupies a building that stands on the corner of Madrid's emblematic Gran Vía, its guest rooms looking out onto this famous avenue and some quieter streets. The Regente is a modern and comfortable establishment that boasts 3 stars, and thanks to its regular renovation work, it always displays modern decor. In addition to the guest rooms, it features a modern breakfast room, a small but highly-enjoyable gym and 10 or so conference rooms for various events and meetings.
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The Regente hotel is located on a street that runs perpendicular to Madrid's century-old iconic avenue, the Gran Vía. The entrance door opens onto a small square with a delicatessen, two hotels, a restaurant and a car park (privately-owned by the Corte Inglés). Furthermore, the location of the Regente is in itself quite folkloric, since there is a flamenco cabaret (Torre Bermejas) located just behind the building. The century-old and legendary Gran Via is an avenue that provides guests with a whole range of options in terms of cuisine, shopping and entertainment. It is also home to a large number of cinemas and theatres, which is why it is known as Madrid's answer to Broadway. Just a stone's throw away from the hotel you'll find various tourist attractions that are simply not to be missed, including the Plaza de España, the Puerta del Sol, Cibeles fountain, and even the Royal Palace. When it comes to transport, everything is within easy reach, including taxi ranks and bus stops just a few metres away, and the metro stations of Callao (lines 3 and 5) and Gran Via (lines 1 and 5). A 5-minute walk will take you to Sol metro station, where you can take the metro or a suburban train. Barajas airport, meanwhile, is approximately 11 mi from the hotel.
The establishment has 153 rooms, most of which (approximately 90) come in the standard category. They all have a double bed or two separate beds. Among the other categories there are the superior double rooms, triple rooms and quadruple rooms The main difference between these resides in their views and their size. You can enjoy a view of the Gran Vía, the street the hotel stands on (Mesoneros Romanos), the square adjacent to the building, or of one of the two interior courtyards (approximately 15% of the rooms). The rooms on the top floor have been renovated. The interior decorating and the fabrics display an abundant use of beige and feature delicate patterns, and the furniture is in light shades and is functional. The other rooms feature dark wood furniture that is Castilian in style, as well as curtains and bedspreads that are both elegant and discrete, again in beige tones. The amenities on offer are the same in all of the rooms: a desk, a TV set, a luggage rack, a safe (50p per day with a £8.50 deposit), and a bathroom with a hair-dryer and a bathtub with a curtain. The rooms on the top floor, on the other hand, are equipped with a shower.
The Regente hotel is a traditional hotel in Madrid that opened in 1953 (it still has the same name and still belongs to the same family). Originally, the hotel occupied one building, but over the years the owners have acquired neighbouring buildings or parts thereof in order to increase the number of rooms and extend the communal areas. As you arrive, you are welcomed by a stairway with red wall-to-wall carpeting that leads up to the reception area on the first floor. The latter occupies a well-lit lounge that is Castilian in style, where several sofas, desks (with computers) and newspapers are available to guests. The hotel's management wants to renovate this area and make it look similar to the cafeteria, which is very 'avant-garde' in style. The original building is 10 storeys high. The gym opened in 2010 and is worth a visit for its state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. Four machines, towels, apples and a water fountain await you there. The small gym also enjoys plenty of natural light thanks to its large bay window. Furthermore, the hotel has 10 conference rooms which can accommodate up to 50 people.
Food and drink
The only meal served at the hotel is breakfast. However, there is a cafeteria/bar that opens from noon till 10:30pm and serves beverages and snacks (pizzas, salads, sandwiches, etc.). It also features a huge bay window that looks out onto the street. It was entirely renovated at the beginning of 2011, and therefore boasts a very modern style that follows the latest trends in terms of interior decor. Breakfast is served as a buffet between 7:30am and 10:30 am. It is composed of hot dishes (sausages and bacon), cereal, fruit salad, pastries, bread, fruit juice, yogurts, etc. and costs just under £11. With a capacity of approximately 70 guests, the breakfast room is in fact a large and well-lit lounge that looks out onto the street through huge bay windows. The culinary offer also includes room service, which is available during the cafeteria/bar's opening hours. You can therefore enjoy a drink and a snack directly in your room. You may also order your food from an external delivery service, Telepizza.
The hotel's clientele is mainly composed of tourists, given the hotel's proximity to the main places of interest in Madrid. However, during the week, the clientele is primarily made up of business people. Guests come from all over the world, mainly from Spain, Italy, Portugal, Germany, England and Argentina. There is only one room adapted to accommodate for disabled guests. Despite the presence of numerous stairways, you can access all the common areas by lift. Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel but this does cost approximately £8.50 per day. Next to the reception area, there are two computers connected to the Internet, which will cost you a little less than £2 for half an hour. If you're travelling with your family, you might be interested to know that the hotel has 8 communicating rooms, with baby beds and additional beds that can be used for free. Moreover, children of 12 and under enjoy a 50% discount. Access to the gym will cost you around £5 per day. The hotel doesn't have its own car park but there is a preferential rate for guests who want to park in the nearby car park, on Plaza del Carmen.
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The geographical location: on the Gran Via at the heart of Madrid.
The modern and comfortable guest rooms
The restaurant only serves breakfast
Several services come at an extra cost, including Wi-Fi and the safe
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