Set in the bustling heart of Madrid, Hotel Regina Hotel provides recently renovated three-star accommodation across seven floors with disabled access and free Wi-Fi throughout.
All air-conditioned rooms boast en suite bathroom, satellite TV, safe, minibar and desk. Upgrade rooms, attic rooms and suites with balconies and/or city views are available.
Hotel amenities include a concierge service, business center, meeting rooms and an elevator. Public parking is possible nearby.
The hotel is home to Amayra restaurant, specializing in seasonal Mediterranean cuisine complemented by an extensive wine cellar. A buffet breakfast is available and there’s a hotel bar in the lobby.
Hotel Regina Hotel benefits from a convenient central location in the heart of Madrid. The grand Puerta del Sol square and famous Prado Museum – home to one of the finest collections of European art anywhere in the world – are about ten minutes’ walk away. The nearest metro station is two minutes’ walk.
Reviewers really liked the location for being a convenient base for exploring central Madrid on foot. In general, visitors found it a suitable location for sightseeing, shopping, museums and trying Spanish tapas. Public transport connections are easily reached with Sevilla metro station about 100 meters away.
Clean, modern rooms offer value for money
A majority of guests thought the hotel had modern features and well-cleaned, sufficiently-sized rooms. Most said their stay was comfortable and that, for the price they paid, the hotel represented decent value for money.
Most visitors paid tribute to the staff for providing and warm, friendly and efficient service. Reports described personnel as being happy to help with everything from transport tips to dining recommendations.
Some rooms get limited natural light
A few reviewers said they stayed in rooms with small windows which limited natural light within.
Issues with some amenities plus noise encountered
Occasionally, non-functioning air-conditioning caused bother for some reviewers who struggled to sleep in the Spanish heat. There were also reports of guests being kept awake due to street noise affecting some rooms. Others mentioned being able to hear noisy plumbing and fellow guests walking in the corridors. The free Wi-Fi was described as too slow by a few travelers.
No free breakfast
This hotel offers a buffet breakfast as an optional extra, but there's no grab and go breakfast thrown in with the room rate. Some guests who tried the buffet felt it was a little bit expensive considering there are so many dining options in central Madrid.