Cibeles Tryp Hotel is situated in Mesonero Romanos street, number 13, that is to say in Madrid's Gran Vía.
It belongs to the Sol Meliá chain. This hotel has 132 rooms with private bathroom, telephone, minibar and wireless internet. They also offer a washing service.
It is a very central location to enjoy the city, maybe a little noisy because Gran Vía is one of the busiest streets in Madrid. The rooms of this four stars hotel cost from 94€ a night and can be booked on their website, with the best price available on the internet.
The rooms are large, with traditional decoration, slightly soulless but at least there is enough room.
The building is the typical big, formal, stone building built in the past century on Gran Vía. You can walk everywhere from the hotel, to Puerta del Sol or the neighborhood of Chueca.
The Regent Hotel Madrid is in Gran Via, on the corner of Calle de la Montera. It is located in a prime location in the commercial heart of the city, a short walk from the Puerta del Sol and Chueca, with dozens of restaurants and bars nearby. For lovers of film and theatre, there's plenty to do in Gran Via, and if that's not enough for you, the hotel is right next to a metro station. This recently-renovated three star hotel has a total of 153 rooms, that are fairly well insulated from the noise of the city. The decor is more modern than the other big hotels on Gran Via. The rooms are connected to the internet, and have a telephone, air conditioning, and bathroom. The reception hall can host 60 people ... you can order catering for coffees and cocktails served in the lounge. It's cheap: a double room costs 50 euros. Prices do not include breakfast.