Santa Ana

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

C Gavina 9, Cala Major, Calvia, 07015, Spain
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 22% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families68
  • Couples63
  • Solo100
  • Business85

More about Santa Ana

Madrid Hostal in Great location

by jm34bee about Hostal Persal

This hotel is in a great location. It is in the Plaza del Angel which is right next to Plaza Santa Ana and just a few blocks from the Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor.
My room was very small but since I booked it very far in advance I got a great price, 42 Euro/night. There is an elevator unlike most Hostels and a wonderful free breakfast. They also have free wi-fi for laptops and a computer for internet access.


by viajeromaga


Plaza de Oriente - Campo del Moro Gardens - The Botanic Gardens - Plaza Mayor - Plaza de la Villa
Plaza de Santa Ana - Plaza Cibeles - El Retiro Park - El Rastro - Plaza del Callao - Plaza de España - Plaza de Chueca - Parques de Madrid


by blackbuster

Between Puerta del Sol and Plaza de Santa Ana, specially in a street called Calle Huertas, you will meet a lot of folks. This region is ideal specially when you move around without having a car, as the many pubs, taverns, theater-cafe and fashionable bars here are pretty close one to each other, and you manage very well by foot.

Thus are the names of two subway-stations, both of them in the heart of very lively areas. From the first one, try the locals around Plaza de Santa Barbara. Close to the other you will find, among others, Madrid's most famous discoteque, Pacha, but with a really hard-hearted door-keeper.

Two more subway-stations, and also if you are not a student you may enjoy the ambience of Madrid's universitary quarter.

There are numerous traditional cafe in Madrid, many of them decorated in the style of La 'Belle Epoque', and when the cold wind is blowing outside you may want to check out if there are still artists and writers meeting in them, like in the famous Caf?Gijon.

In hot summer-nights there is hardly something better than to have a drink in one of the many beautiful terraces, where you will find amounts of people until late in the night. In Paseo de la Castellana meet the beautiful people and all those who think they are, specially between Cuzco and Paseo del Prado.
In Gran Via, on the other hand, you'll see representants of any kind of society that exists in Madrid, from middle-aged couples to vagabonds.


by mancocapac30

Nothing compares to the energy and vitality of this city. I stayed right near the Plaza Santa Ana, and every night people were out drinking and nibbling on tapas until 4am.

Madrid may not have the...

by karakal73

Madrid may not have the glamour or user-friendliness of Barcelona, but what it lacks in style it more than makes up for in substance, with a remarkable collection of museums and galleries, beautiful parks and gardens and wild nightlife.

The most fitting place to start getting to know Madrid is at Puerta del Sol. Sol, as it is known to locals, is not much more than a huge traffic-junction-cum-bus-stop, but it's as central as you can get. Although Madrid is an enormous metropolis, the region which is of most interest to travellers is confined by Campo del Moro in the west and Parque del Buen Retiro in the east. The most exciting street is Gran Vía, but Plaza Mayor is the true heart of Madrid.

Be sure not to miss one of the greatest art galleries in the world, the Museo del Prado, where the main emphasis is on Spanish, Flemish and Italian art from the 15th to 19th centuries. Goya is well represented and you'll find a wealth of paintings by Diego Velázquez. If you haven't run out of steam after the Prado, the Casón del Buen Retiro houses an excellent collection of 19th-century Spanish art. For one of the best art history lessons you'll ever get, check out the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, a private assembly of paintings from Titian to Pollock. The Museo de la Escultura Abstracta, has an interesting collection of abstracts by some of Spain's better known modern sculptors, including Chillida and Miró. The beautiful Real Jardin Botánico, near the Prado, is a good spot to recover from an art overdose.

For the little bit of interior decorator in everyone, visit the Palacio Real, if only as a lesson in what can happen when you give yourself free rein - you'll see some of the most elaborately decorated walls and ceilings imaginable. If you've ever got stuck renovating a house, take heart in the stark and cavernous Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Almudena. It opened to the public in 1992 after only 110 years under construction.

Madrid is the home of the world's largest bullring, Plaza de Toros Monumental de las Ventas, and is one of the best places to see a bullfight (corrida) - if you're so inclined. For something a little less cruel to animals, check out a football match when local favourites Real Madrid or Atlético de Madrid are playing at home. If you're in town on a Sunday morning, snaffle a bargain at El Rastro, one of the biggest flea markets you are ever likely to see. This is said to be the place to go if you want to buy your stereo back, so watch your pockets and bags.

Finding a place to stay in Madrid is never really a problem. In summer the city is drained of people, thanks to the horrific heat, so if you are mad enough to be here then, you may well be able to make a hot deal on the price. At other times it is still worth trying to bargain if you intend to stay a while. The Santa Ana area is one of Madrid's most popular places to stay and it's close to good restaurants and nightclubs. The epicentre of Madrid's nightlife is Plaza del Dos de Mayo, in the area known as Malasaña.


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Forum Posts

Blues or jazz clubs

by antelope01

Can anyone recommend good blues or jazz clubs in Barcelona or Madrid. Headed that way in a few days. Thanks.

Re: Blues or jazz clubs

by Lorro

For Jazz, Blues you can visit Cafe Central ( I thinkHuertas/Plaza Santa ana area) near sol. Or also Populart which has live music every night. Also at calle Huertas. Never been to Cafe Central but I have been to Populart a lot. There is no cover charge but a drink is required.
have fun! j

madrid hotel

by friske999

can anyone recommend hotels inexpensive where its easier to meet others,walk to prado and palace in madrid?

Re: madrid hotel

by girl_from_Madrid

You are wellcome!!!


Re: madrid hotel

by zumodemango

i don't know what you mean for unexpensive but there is a hotel-Hotel Miau- that is very well located, close to Sol and maybe 15 minutes to Prado(to go to Palacio Real is the other direction but you can also walk from the hotel). The hotel is in a popular area to go out at night called: Huertas, well, it's exactly in Plaza de Santa Ana.
The price is around 90€ , but check the website cause is very nice

and the phone: +34913697120
see you and have fun in Madrid,

Nice Hotel/Place to Stay in Madrid

by MicheleLind


Does anyone have any recommendations on nice (4 stars or better) accomodations in Madrid? We are a young couple and will be staying in the city for two nights/two days. I am assuming that it is mostly large hotels in the city - if there are other nice, high quality options (villa, inn, etc.) we are open to those as well.

Thanks much,

Re: Nice Hotel/Place to Stay in Madrid

by zumodemango

A nice hotel in the centre of madrid in Santa Ana square (huertas , 5 minutes from Sol) is
Hotel Miau
Principe 26

Re: Nice Hotel/Place to Stay in Madrid

by Maurizioago

Hotel Asturias. Calle Sevilla; N. 2. Not far from Plaza Mayor.

Re: Nice Hotel/Place to Stay in Madrid

by Manara

The Palace is a great hotel. It belongs to the Starwood chain now, but it was built in 1912 in a really grand style. Moreover it is also close to the Prado. See the website:
I don't know the current rates, but it used to be much less expensive than hotels of the same level in other countries.


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Address: C Gavina 9, Cala Major, Calvia, 07015, Spain