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Goya75 Apartamentos: nice family apartments Goya

I most of the time stayed with family and as my family has grown will use hostals, hotels is for business trips. However, when lately been with the family there from a local source refer to GOYA75 apartments and they are great and convenient.

This has all the amenities you need in a clean safe nice district near the best of Madrid yet close to the old centro.

An apartment for families to use for longer stays ,even thus as little as 2 persons can book it and shorter stays available.

I used to lived not far from here so can tell you the location is wonderful and the apartment great. Cheers

very central location,AC, elevator/lift parking, can go to 5 persons

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Museum Visits, Family Travel
  • Written May 25, 2015

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Hotel Chamartin: Hotel Chamartin

This big modern hotel is situated right at the Chamartin railway station. This hotel is very useful for the tourist traveling through Spain by trains and who, due to different reasons would like to make a stop and spend a night in Madrid. So, we stayed a night in this hotel when we traveled from Toledo to Avila through Madrid. We arrived here late evening, had our supper and on the next morning after the breakfast we left for Avila. It is very convenient because we had to go down to railway station from the hotel. Well, room itself was comfortable. There were the TV set, refrigerator with mini bar and air conditioner in the room. Wardrobe with safe was also present in the room. Bath room was equipped with the bathtub. Choice of food in the restaurant was plentiful and food itself delicious.
So, this is good hotel for the travelers who arrive to Madrid on evening and who are going to travel farther by train from Chamartin Railway Station.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Trains
  • Written December 10, 2014
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Airbnb: Airbnb in Lavapies

We stayed with airing at a small flat in lavatories on cava del ave Maria. It was £37 a night and pretty good value for money. It has a small bathroom,living room and kitchen and bedroom.
Location is good,just 5min walk to the metro and just 10-15min walk to the central square,Sol.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written October 8, 2013

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  • Reviews: 2

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EsAPartments: Luxury apartments in Madrid

Hello!!

Not long ago I had the chance of staying in one of the wonderful apartments offered by EsApartments in Madrid. They are splendid places to spend the night. They are perfect if you are in a business trip or if you are simply on a relaxing vacation.

This is the website. Check it out if you are interested, I'm sure you will love them. http://www.esapartments.com/en/luxury-apartments/city/madrid/

Keep travelling!

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Business Travel, Luxury Travel
  • Written May 2, 2013

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  • Redang profile photo Redang
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Note about my suggestions

As you can imagine, I know many hotels, hostels and pensions in Madrid, however, I’ve never “tried” any. When somebody asks me about one place or another, I only can give my opinion about the feeling I have or the area, but never about the place itself .

So, I’ve decided to add here hotels/hostels/pensions some VT members have written a tip about, but just the link which will redirect you to the member's tip (and after I have the permission from him/her).

I hope it helps you to find the best accommodation for you

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Written February 22, 2013

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  • gwened profile photo gwened
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several: hostales of Madrid

check the hostals of Spain here from folks living there
http://www.madridman.com/madridhostels.html

in the tourist center, there are all over, you wont have a problem ::)

local, inexpensive, central, and historic nerve of the city

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Singles, Arts and Culture, Budget Travel
  • Written March 13, 2012

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  • Reviews: 3

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NH Palacio de Tepa: Luxury and exclusive hotel in Madrid



Located in Madrid's Las Letras district, the NH Palacio de Tepa is surrounded by history and romance. Just a five-minute walk away, the famous Plaza Mayor and next to Plaza Santa Ana enchant tourists and locals alike. Madrid's most significant museums, such as the Prado Museum, Queen Sofia Art Centre, and Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, are also nearby, beckoning visitors with priceless works of art.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Architecture, Luxury Travel, Business Travel
  • Written August 10, 2011
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University housing option for budget accomodation: University housing option for budget accomodation

Another option for budget accomodation is staying in rooms at university housing during the summer months when the university is not in session!

http://www.university-rooms.com

Prices based on by room (not per person) per night.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking, School Holidays
  • Written June 21, 2011

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Hostal Astoria: cheap and convenient

We loved the Hostal Astoria since it was extremely convenient only about 5 minutes walk from Puerta del Sol.
there were lots of restaurants,bars and music places nearby but the room was not noisy. It had a/c and free internet and the folks at the desk were most helpful. No breakfast but no hostal in downtown Madrid does I think and lots of cheapo places around that you can eat and grab a coffee. Booked it at booking.com so free cancellation is available up to 24 hours before arrival.

Cheap and convenient.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written April 16, 2011
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Petit palace Arenal Madrid: A hotel you can go with your pet!

In Madrid is difficult, in comparison to others cities in Europe, go with your pet in a hotel. Well in this hotel, very close to Puerta del Sol, center of Madrid, you can go with your pet. Of course, call before and ask it.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written February 8, 2011

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Hotel Mario: Fading hipster in great location

Part of the "Roommate" group of hotels, "Mario" is definitely one of the older in the series. Another lumbering 90's relic with a sleek Miami aesthetic, travelers can get a fairly stylish stay at a budget price.

The location is really unbeatable - just uphill from the "Opera" metro station, on a quiet, charming street.

The staff was quite friendly, although the front desk was chronically understaffed(pretty typical Spanish mode of cost-cutting). On the bright side, the included breakfast was quite good, extensive, and served in an attractive dining room.

The room itself was a good size, and well-appointed as well.

It's not the trendsetter it once was(and the "named" format for the hotels is hella annoying), but at these prices, and in this location, you'll have no complaints. I would book it, again.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Gay and Lesbian, Arts and Culture, Singles
  • Written January 17, 2011
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international and albergue juvenil: hostels in madrid

luckily, many hostels are located near the metro.
here's one i liked:

http://www.hostelworld.com/hosteldetails.php/Albergue-Juvenil-Madrid/Madrid/23293

here's another one i stayed at that's close to sol.
http://www.hostelworld.com/hosteldetails.php/Barbieri-International-Hostel/Madrid/1290

i would read the review to make sure you like them. the locations are great though.

hostelworld.com is a good site, http://www.hostelworld.com/search?search_keywords=Madrid,+Spain&country=Spain&city=Madrid

also hostellinginternational.com

there are tons of hostels all around sol (that's the center)
sometimes, you can just grab a travel guide book and look at the pensiones and find them on the street. that would be my second option if i were you. a bit more expensive, but with a private bathroom and room.

hope that helps.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written January 6, 2011

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Hotel Regina: Excellent location and good deal

Centrally located on Calle Alcala, the Hotel Regina is minutes from Cibeles, Puerta del Sol and the Plaza Mayor, to name just a few spots. The location is truly excellent and that can't be beat. The lobby is nice and always bustling, as it's almost incorporated into the restaurant next door, and the staff is very friendly.

Accommodations depend, however, on which half of the hotel you're in. I stayed here at the beginning of our trip and at the end. On the first-leg, our room was in the modern back half. It was very nicely decorated, and the bathroom was lovely. (My photos here are from that stay.) The view in this section of the hotel is non-existent as the windows face an small opening between it and an office building next door. However, this creates an ideal sleeping environment and you'll never know that you're in the middle of a major city.

On our return leg, our room was in the front, older part of the hotel. I can't say that it was a negative experience but here are my complaints. There were three of us and the room was divided into 2 sections. I took the section with the single bed which was in an alcove. The alcove's sole piece of furniture was the bed. There was certainly room for a night stand where a guest could put his or her belongings and, more importantly, a lamp. The only light in that section of the room was the florescent one on the ceiling. It was horrible to have to use this blinding light whenever I needed to see something. Hence, the need for that table. Also, the person using that bed has no view of the TV while lying in bed. Some of us like that sort of thing.

The plus was the view (from the main room.) That just can't be beat.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Architecture, Photography, Museum Visits
  • Written November 1, 2010
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Abami II: An almost perfect hostal

We were very pleased with our stay in this hostal. It was in a very good, central location, close to Metro stops, along the main streeet but still quiet, very clean, had new and tastefully decorated rooms, and had very good WiFi connection. They are also along a busy commercial district, so it was very convenient to find restaurants, or food or stores.

The downside was that the building has no lift, and as it was located on the third level with a 2 rather long flights of stairs for each level, it was a bit of a problem when you have several luggages and for elderly guests, as it was in our case. But the stairs were not steep, and were wide, so it was not a serious issue of access. Also, those at the reception do not speak English, or very little of it, so it would help for guests to know some basic Spanish words. They also could not give me precise directions from the Metro station (simply saying in the email which i sent twice that the place was near the station -- so what, i needed to know if you have to go right or left or wherever direction), so it was a bit of a hassle for me to try to locate the street by myself by asking passersby (i had no time to print a map). The toilet was rather small and had no place where you can put toiletries or hang the towels. But just the same, these were minor inconveniences and for the price that we paid of 60 euros a night for 3 adults, it was a steal, considering the overall excellent condition of the room (flatscreen TV, comfortable beds, clean sheets and towels, silent airconditioning).

I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a reasonably priced place.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Family Travel
  • Written September 13, 2010

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  • Reviews: 51

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Hostal Gonzola: hostal Gonzola

Hostal Gonzalo is located in a quiet street in the heart of the historic district of Madrid in a renovated XIX century building.

http://www.hostalgonzalo.com/

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written September 6, 2010
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