Oriente Hostal Madrid

Arenal 23 1st Floor, Madrid, Spain
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Average
9%
11
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  • Families93
  • Couples88
  • Solo85
  • Business75

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Quaint & Inexpensive Hotel near Palace

by RebeccaWiley

I will be traveling to Spain & Portugal mid October and want to stay in city center near museums, palace, etc. I am looking for something clean and comfortable with a SPanish flavor, but also something economical. Any suggestions?

Re: Quaint & Inexpensive Hotel near Palace

by ElDesierto

Hostal Oriente Madrid.
Calle Arenal 23, 1ºIzq, Madrid, 28013.

You can book it through www.orbitz.com. It is across the street from the Opera metro station. If you do stay there, there is an outstanding tapas bar/restaurant within walking distance. Come back if you need to find it.

Buen Viaje,
ElDesierto

Overnight in Madrid

by gotraveling

Hi
My wife and I have an overnight in Madrid in August. We arrive at 5:00 pm and have to be back at the airport the next day at 11:30 am.

We want to go to town so any suggestions on a location to spend the night- airport hotel or hotel in town?

Suggestions for local food and nightclub?

Thanks for your feedback
J

Re: Overnight in Madrid

by krissyM

I stayed at Hostal Bruna on Moratin 50-2° Piso, Madrid

It is a short walk away from the train station/metro/bus stop from the airport and there are plenty of restaurants and night clubs right outside the front door. It is in a small square across from The Prado. The Hostal is run by a nice family and all room have an ensuite and is cheap.

http://www.gomadrid.com/hostels/Hostal-Bruna.html

Re: Overnight in Madrid

by ElDesierto

GoTraveling,

Surely a coincidence; My wife and I also have an overnight in Madrid coming up in August, on our flight back from Maroc. We arrive in Madrid approximately 6:00 p.m., and fly out the next morning at 11:00 a.m. I looked around on the internet for lodging that was close to the center of Madrid so that we could go out for the evening to a popular tapas bar and walk around if we choose to do so. I decided against staying close to the airport, as I don't know if the metro line to the airport is open late at night/early in the morning and it should be rather easy to take the metro to the airport after the sun comes up the next morning.

Anyway, I settled upon the following hotel: Hostal Oriente Madrid, Calle Arenal 23. It's located in a nice area next to the Metro-Opera station and has good reviews by other travelers. You can book the hotel through Orbitz.com.

Let me know what you find out pertaining to dinner, nightclubs, etc. I'm currently leaning towards a tapas bar (though I'm sure that my wife will want something more substantial for cena) and perhaps a flamenco show later that evening.

Buen Viaje,
ElDesierto

Re: Overnight in Madrid

by krissyM

Just to clarify, the hotel I recommended above (Hostal Bruna) is in the centre of town and not near the aiport. I read my comment and realized it wasn't clear :)

Re: Overnight in Madrid

by gotraveling

Thanks

Re: Overnight in Madrid

by Windsailor

I would stay at Barajas (town where the airport is situated), there are hotels like: Barajas Plaza (3 star), Hotel Hilton Madrid Airport(5 star), Hotel Melía Barajas (4 star), Hotel Tryp Diana (4 star)etc. Barajas is within very easy reach from Madrid city center, it is only around 10km or so away and all of the available public transports, metro and bus, arrive there. Barajas is a small town in itself that has grown into Madrid city and viceversa, now forming the greater Madrid area.

Travel Tips for Madrid

Plaza Mayor (Main Square)

by SirRichard

If you come in a tour, you'll end up visiting the Plaza Mayor. If not, do it anyway, it's worth the while.
Some History: It was built in 1619 to show off the prestige of a Spanish king's rule. A 1790 fire virtually leveled the masterpiece, but it was rebuilt. Elegant Renaissance-style buildings surround a statue of the king, which has looked down on all kinds of activities in the square, from criminal executions to royal marriages. The Plaza still hosts less lofty events, such as fairs and performances. Look for the plaza's oldest building, marked by its brightly painted murals and gray spires. It is known as the Casa de la Panaderia, the bakery, after the bread shop it replaced.

Semana de la Ciencia (Science Week)

by Redang

According to the organisers, "Madrid Science Week is held every year during November and it tries to spread the results of scientific researches by opening the scientific spaces normally closed to visitors. Its main aim is to stimulate the knowledge of science and technology among citizens. It offers more that 500 free activities addressed to all citizens without distinction based on age, gender, level of scientific training, or social category".

This year, from 10 to 23 November 2.008.

- Website in English.

English:

Many visitors to Madrid (as...

by plazacam

Many visitors to Madrid (as well as people who live here) totally pass over the experience of visiting the 'Faro de Madrid' which is located near Moncloa and is also known as the Madrid Space Needle to the foreign community here. The cost of the visit is nill, only 200 pesetas (less than $1.50 USA) and the feeling of being on top of Madrid is unique. To get to the 'Faro', get on the #3 Metro line (can pick it up at 'La Puerta del Sol' and head in the direction of 'Moncloa', take the line to the end and get off at 'Moncloa', when you come out of the Metro onto the street, you will see the 'Faro' off in the distance. Be sure you are on the correct side of the street and head in that direction, there is a semi dirt path that takes you over a bridge and directly to it. It is hard to miss and the views are breathtaking. Last I checked it was open from 10am till 2pm and from 5pm till 7:30pm Monday to Friday, not sure of the weekend hours but any Madrid tourist office will know the complete schedule. Check it out. I have included one of my cool pictures at left taken with my camera flush against the tower and if you want to see loads of photos of the 'Faro' as well as videos, just go to www.multimadrid.com/sites/farodemoncloa/faro_de_moncloa.htm and enjoy, Jer...

Gorgeaus jewelry

by zumodemango about helena rohner

The shop is small but full of surprises. Wonderful silver rings with stones, idelic necklaces and bracelets...
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Almendro, 4.bajo D Silver Jewelry with stones! ready for your wallet to be empty?

Casino Grand Madrid
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by Christianne


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Address: Arenal 23 1st Floor, Madrid, Spain