I was flying into Madrid, but taking the train out. The Madrid airport and main train stations are both on the Metro, so it made sense to aim for a hotel that was close to a subway entrance. Madrid has an extensive metro system so it just a question of how many times do you want to change subway lines. Recognize that the older subway lines (lower numbers) don't seem to have escalators (or elevators that I could see) but they do have changes in elevation that you'll have to negotiate with your luggage. The 4C is located along a busy street but rooms in the back are perfectly quiet. There is a KFC, Burger King and grocery store within a block of the hotel. Although small, the room felt brand new and cleanly designed. The bathroom was spacious. I understand that hallway lights on motion detector switches save money, but that doesn't mean that I have to like them. There's something spooky about lights snapping on ahead of you down a dark hallway, even when you're expecting it. The TV didn't have any English channels and there was no security peep hole in the hallway door. The best price I found for April 2008 was on Venere at E70.
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