Hesperia Madrid

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Po Castellana 57, Madrid, Madrid 28046
Hesperia Madrid
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Costs 32% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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Hotel with easy access to Atocha and Barajas?

by ruthenian

We have a trip to Spain coming up very soon and the last couple of days are still in the air a bit. We need to drop someone off at Barajas for a flight one morning, then fly out ourselves the next morning. Plan is to arrive via AVE at Atocha station in evening prior to first flight, so looking for a two night stay. Planning to rent a car at the airport when we drop off the first party, use it for a day trip (Toledo, Segovia?), then drop off at the airport when we leave the next day.

The difficult parts are getting from Atocha to the hotel and then to the airport the next morning before getting the car. Any suggestions or advice is appreciated.

Re: Hotel with easy access to Atocha and Barajas?

by puerto_lover

Not sure how best to advise.
By the way did you know that there is a fairly new bus service that links Atocha station with the airport - works all day/night. If you open http://www.emtmadrid.es
then look for bus number 203 you can also get some neat map of the route.

So if you stay somewhere within walk of Atocha - and there are hundreds of options here - then perhaps you can use this bus for getting to then airport. It's called AIRPORT EXPRESS and this was an article about it (in Spanish) :

http://www.emtmadrid.es/Home/Informacion/Noticias/La-EMT-inaugura-el-nuevo-bus-expres-a-Barajas.aspx

Taking a bus or train to Toledo is very easy. From the same ATOCHA you can take a fast train also.
If you are planning to visit in winter then daylight hours are shorter and frankly you would be best advised to spend those hours getting to know Toledo and Madrid ? Segovia is north west and other way totally so leave the car idea UNLESS you go when daylight hours are long and you really want to maximise your visit.

Re: Hotel with easy access to Atocha and Barajas?

by ruthenian

Good advice. We were considering the car, as we though it would give more flexibility, but your points are well taken. We will already be driving for a couple of days in Andalucia and that may be enough driving for us!

Yes, I know about the new line to the airport that apparently opened in October. We are, indeed considering whether something along the line, or simply near the airport would be ok with the use of this line.

The number of hotels available is just the problem! With so many options and knowing little about Madrid, it is tough figuring out the best options.

Re: Hotel with easy access to Atocha and Barajas?

by johnincornwall

As an avid fan of renting cars I would advise you not to bother if you want to stay anywhere in the main City if you value your stress levels (assuming you dont know the place). I believe hotels.com can show you hotels nearby a particular place (Atocha) in order of distance. Cross-reference that with Tripadvisor.

If you stay near Atocha your day trip is easy, and transport to airport as posted above.

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Address: Po Castellana 57, Madrid, Madrid 28046