Hostal Yolanda

C/ Luis Velez De Guevara n0 8 30 Dcha, Madrid, 28012, Spain
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Looking for a place to stay in Madrid and New Years advice

by nomadic_travels

I'm going to be traveling to Madrid from the 29th to the 2nd. I need a good place to stay for me and my girl. I don't mind Hostels, but need something in a good location and private rooms. Thanks. Also I'm thinking of Puerta de sol for New Years. Any ideas?

Re: Looking for a place to stay in Madrid and New Years advice

by nomadic_travels

I saw one place called Hwelcome, just wondering on location, etc.

Re: Looking for a place to stay in Madrid and New Years advice

by nomadic_travels

Thanks for the advice. I'm looking to stay in a hostel or hotel for a little cheaper though, being that I will travel for 5 weeks throughout Europe. Any other ideas on places to stay?

Re: Looking for a place to stay in Madrid and New Years advice

by nomadic_travels

Just as an idea, something close to Puerta de sol and for two people less than 80 Euro. If that is possible thanks

Re: Looking for a place to stay in Madrid and New Years advice

by Susy1

HI,
I've been to the Hostal-madrid, which is in calle Esparteros ( look in google maps, is right between Puerta del sol and plaza Mayor )nice rooms with private batroom hairdryer, television, lift,quite clean.they give you keys and you're free to come and goout. I recommend it, as I've been several times, and you're right in Sol.
they'r web is
http://www.hostal-madrid.info

Cheers!

Re: Looking for a place to stay in Madrid and New Years advice

by anguspm

I´ve had quite a few friends stay at "Cats" hostal in the center and they´ve never complained. It should be well within your budget: www.catshostel.com

As for New year in Madrid try this one: www.madrid-guide-spain.com/madrid-new-year.html

Re: Looking for a place to stay in Madrid and New Years advice

by gwen75

Have you thought in to rent an apartment? Desigmadrid www.desigmadrid.com/en/ have a lot of apartments very cheap near to the centre. You can choose the neighbourhood you prefer. I was in an apartment in Madrid, very near to Puerta del Sol and the apartment was fabulous, very clean and modern.

Re: Looking for a place to stay in Madrid and New Years advice

by gwen75

Have you considered the possibility of renting an apartment? In www.desigmadrid.com/en/ you can find very good apartments in Madrid for Xmas!

Travel Tips for Madrid

Plaza Colon

by surferob

At Plaza de Colon there is a long, wide fountain that flows down into a pool below. I tried to take a fun picture or two, they turned out okay I guess. Just over my head in this shot is where the big flag and monument stand.

In general this is a pleasant area for strolling and people-watching.

What to drink in Madrid?

by ger4444

Of course everyone knows the famous spain Sherry but there is so much more to order. Spain produces a great deal of whines, actually, its next to France one of the worlds most productive wine-countries. There is also Spanish beer, yet i am not that much of a fan of the spanish beer. (except for damn cerveza) You have of course the famous Sangria but there is also a good deal for non-alcaholicdrinks. All the pubs and bars have at least mosto, some of them have non-alcaholiccocktails, and naturally there is the variation of coffee, which is normally espresso, called cafe solo. very strong by the way. So what are popular drinks? 1. Cava (sparkling wine) 2. Rioja/tinto (red whine) 3. Sherry (fino is dry and a good aperatif, amontilado is a very strong sherry) 4. cerveza (beer: in Madrid you mostly will find the Mahou branch. beer is served from the tap, in a small glass (cana) or in a big glas (jarra) 5. Sangria (a mixture of red wine and limonade, with fresh fruits in it, vey cold served. 6. Cubalibre (rum-cola) 7. chupitos (all sorts of strong liquors served in tiny glasses meant to drink ad-fundum) 8. warm chocolde (very popular amongst party people before going to bed: they drink the chocolate together with Churros, a sort of paste in the form of a stem and dip the churro in the chocolade..yummiie!) 9. mosto (very popular drink, non-alcahol yet it tastes a bit like vermouth) 10. cafe solo (espresso, very strong served in tiny cups)

Ambassadors' Parade

by andal13

I was walking down Calle Mayor on a Thursday morning, when suddenly appeared some old-fashioned knights and carriages... I asked a policeman what was that, and he told me it was the Ambassadors' Parade: that day, Ambassadors go to Royal Palace and greet the King.

Iba caminando por la Calle Mayor una mañana de jueves, cuando súbitamente aparecieron varios jinetes vestidos a la antigua usanza, y carruajes... Le pregunté a un policía de qué se trataba, y me dijo que era el Desfile de los Embajadores: ese día los Embajadores van al Palacio Real y presentan sus repetos al Rey.

El Arco Artesania

by Danalia about Souvenirs

Usually, I am not a big fun of souvenirs shops , but this one is worth it cause its more quality from all the rest.
It has more style, and its more design , so if you want to buy some original staff for yourself, or just as a gifts, stay in the Plaza Mayor .

Fun Assured from Sunday To Sunday

by aeroarce about Why Not

It is in the Midle of Chueca. gays and straights, mainly gays find fun here, it is a small place but that makes fun for sure, music varies, from Kelly Minogue to The Gipsy kings, Chayanne, Enrique Iglesias, Modjo, a big mixture but fun. none

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