Hostal Las Murallas

C/ Fuencarral, 23 - 40 dcha, Madrid, 28004, Spain

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Hostal Las Murallas
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    Long-live "los Hostales"

    by

    Ok, the web-site I found most useful is: www.madridman.com where you can find a huge list of hostels and hotels. The prices of the hostels vary: for example, 45 euros for a triple room (15 euros per person) to 90 euros for a triple room. My point is you can find anything that suits your pocket and your needs for comfort. There is a great number of hostels located at the streets: Hortaleza and Fuencarral, which are parallel and just a thrity-second walk from the Gran Via metro station. Try making reservations in case you’re visiting during a high-season.

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La casa de Huéspedes DolceVita

by Maria_75

Has anyone stayed at this place?

I'm looking for a place in Madrid from September 17. to 21. This seems like a nice, cheap and centrally located hostal (between Gran Via and Plaza de Chueca). 47 euro for a double room with private bath/toilet, and breakfast included.

If anyone has stayed there I would like to hear your thoughts on it. Or if you have any other suggestions let me know.

Maria :)

Re: La casa de Huéspedes DolceVita

by worldinabag

Hi

Looks OK. Chueca is the gay quarter of Madrid, may be an issue for some.

Re: La casa de Huéspedes DolceVita

by Maria_75

Thank you for your answers :)

Unfortunately DolceVita was fully booked. I have been in contact with a lot of different hostals and hotels now, and I have narrowed it down to these two:

Hostal Palacios-Ribadavia (42 euro) and Hostal Las Murallas (40 euro). They are side-by-side in Calle Fuencarral, seem quite similar and both have gotten good reviews from others. So I guess its more or less the same which one of them we take?

How is the area around Calle Fuencarral? I read that someone said it could get noisy there. But it seems like a central location, so I think a bit of noise have to be expected.

Or does anyone have some other suggestions?

Re: La casa de Huéspedes DolceVita

by worldinabag

Hi again

I prefer a street view but if you are a light sleeper ask for a room off the street. Check if the hostals have air conditioning, a must for Madrid in summer! Las Murallas doesn't seem to have it, for eg. We stayed at the Marlasca Hostal - http://www.hostalmarlasca.net. Clean rooms, pleasant staff, excellent location. Loved our street facing room but a little noisy if you're a light sleeper. Didn't bother us but again, ask for a room off the street if it does. In the same street is the Cantabrico Hostal - http://www.hostalcantabricomadrid.com. Used to offer breakfast in the price. Double check. The Marlasca has air con, check if Cantabrico has.

Travel Tips for Madrid

En route III

by Lalique

And then I saw the Cibeles Sq. at day time...

oh my! Madrid, I envy your squares!...the elegance and openness, that is what strikes at first sight.... I don't know when I like it more - so whitely bright during the day, or misterious with game of colors and shadows at night...

New Year's Eve at Plaza del Sol

by Carmela71

The 31st of December of each year... all spanish people is pending of this clock.....

We have the tradition to eat one grape with each of the 12 clock?s strokes, if you are able to finish the twelve grapes before the last stroke you will have good luck in the following months.

Mos of the people meet in this square for the moment... but by own experience, if you really want this to happend... do not go to a busy square wher eyou can not here the clock strokes lol ...

It has happened to me twice, on the 2000 here in plaza del sol, and this year on Marbella, at plaza de los Naranjos, where the discjokey was drunk and did not advice the rest of the people lol

But I have to admit something .... this year I know my wish is going to be true.. as there are lots of chances that it will happend....

Keep fingers crosseddddddd!!!

UPDATES It became true ......

Museo Sorolla

by agarcia

Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1923) captured inside his paintings all the light of the Mediterranean Sea as no other artist after or before him. While contemplating his coastal scenes, is impossible not to feel lost inside its radiant turquoise blues.

During his latter days, this Valencia born painter moved to Madrid, where he built the beautiful house that nowadays holds the mayor collection of his artistic works. Apart from the excellent paintings, the whole house has a clear Mediterranean charm. Admission cost 2,4 €.

International Second-Hand Book Bargains!

by mollymoo0oo0 about Petra's International Bookshop

Petra's International Bookshop is on the road between Santo Domingo and Ópera metro stations... as the name suggests it has books in several languages, and sometimes as cheap as 1€

Opening Times:
11am-9pm, Monday-Saturday. (*Not* closed for lunch)

On your first purchase you will receive a carnet cliente - loyalty card - allowing you a 5€ discount after your 10th visit. Bring along unwanted books for part exchange too :) ...then pop into Panini´s café a couple of doors along for a coffee or hot chocolate afterwards... Happy reading!

Too much CAFEINE!!!

by zumodemango about Cafeina!!!!!

It's a special place to have a drink, tea or coffee. The windows and the colums make this cafe/bar vey attractive. With tables close to the windows!!!
lot of different teas! whatever!!!!! enrollado si puede ser!!!!

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