Nh Abascal

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Jose Abascal 47, Madrid, Madrid, 28003, Spain
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Excellent
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Very Good
42%
41
Average
27%
27
Poor
10%
10
Terrible
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  • Families86
  • Couples76
  • Solo63
  • Business65

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Forum Posts

need a good hostel in madrid from april 22

by travel4u

hola Amigos!

am a solo travelling to madrid via train and needs help to stay in a nice hostel close to the train station..Muchas gracias

Re: need a good hostel in madrid from april 22

by rkearns

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.

Re: need a good hostel in madrid from april 22

by travel4u

thks and will chk those links

Travel Tips for Madrid

Safety

by keeweechic

Madrid is relatively safe but it is a big city after all and you always need to be aware of your surroundings and your personal items. If you are approached for charities etc, just walk away. In crowded areas, hold your possessions close by and secure. Pickpockets will always have a go.

For you sunset watchers

by surferob

This picture shows the sun setting behind the Banco de Espana, which I thought looked quite pretty mixed with the Holiday lights still filling the trees. However, I would have to say you probably get the best sunsets over near the Royal Palace (which is probably no coincidence). In fact, there was a small outcropping of hillside somewhere south of the palace off of Avenida Bailen, just across a high bridge spanning the roadway down below, where I found a handful of locals milling around at dusk, taking in the colorful scene. It was actually a pretty romantic spot.

Navidad: Calles (Christmas: Streets)

by Redang

Pics:
- Main: El Oso y el Madroño. This is the symbol of Madrid. Puerta del Sol (metro: Sol, lines 1, 2 and 3).
- Second: Calle de Preciados (metro: Sol, lines 1, 2 and 3) or Callao (metro: Callao, lines 1 and 3).
- Third: Calle de Alcalá. This street is very long, and the pic shows the part from Plaza de Cibeles (metro: Banco de España, line 2) to Puerta de Alcalá/Plaza de la Independencia (metro: Retiro, line 2).
- Fourth: Gran Vía. You can visit this street in some different places. The most popular part is the one shown in the pic, from Plaza del Callao (metro: Callao, lines 1 and 3).
- Fifth: Paseo de Recoletos. The pic was taken from Plaza de Cibeles (metro: Banco de España, line 2).

San Nicolás de las Servitas

by xiquinho

Church of St. Nicholas of the Servitas. This church tower is one of the oldest buildings in Madrid. There is some debate over whether it once formed part of an Arab mosque. It was more likely built after the Christian reconquest of Madrid in 1085, but the brickwork and the horseshoe arches are evidence that it was crafted by either Moorish workers (Mudéjars) or Spaniards well versed in the style. Inside, exhibits detail the Islamic history of early Madrid.

Tues.-Sun. 6:30 PM-8:30 PM

Calle de Goya (Goya Street)

by Redang

Another trendy street with many shops, mostly on the odd numbers side. There are also big stores. How to get there:
- Metro: Serrano (line 4), Velázquez (line 4) and Goya (lines 2 and 4), depending on the part of the street you want to go to.

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Address: Jose Abascal 47, Madrid, Madrid, 28003, Spain