Parador De Manzanares Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Autov­a Andaluca, km 174, Manzanares, Castile-La Mancha, 13200, Spain
Parador de Manzanares
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Left luggage

by stevefrancyclancy

Friend moving from Dublin back to mexico, but has to stop overnight in madrid airport, take thier bags and check them in again the next day. Obviously moving countries after years living away they will ahve alot of luggage and had hoped to come into madrid for night.
wanted to ask if anyone knows is there a reliable left luggage facility; is it self service lockers or a storage room? or how does it work?
Or does anyone know if it might be possible to check in bags a day in advance?
Thanks

Steve

Re: Left luggage

by leics

From 'luggage' in the 'FAQ' search box on the official airport website www.aena.es:

There are three left-luggage offices at the airport: in T1,T2 and T4. All baggage left at the left-luggage office passes through an x-ray checkpoint...

Price for locker rental: part or whole of one day, €3.83 (large and small locker); from two to fifteen days: large locker, €4.92; small locker €3.83. ........

There are lockers specifically designed to deposit large objects such as bicycles, surfboards, etc.

To use the left-luggage office:

Request the key from the desk personnel. You must show your passport or identity card.
Get a token from the vending machine (it takes coins and notes).
Pass your baggage through the security scanner.
Open the locker by turning the key in the direction shown, put your baggage inside and close the door.
Enter the token in the slot and close with key. Keep your key, it is your evidence of deposit.


(I've edited it a bit)

Re: Left luggage

by qaminari

Re checking bags in a day in advance: your friend should ask the airline operating the flight he or she is leaving Dublin on, it used to be possible (with scheduled airlines) to check luggage through all the way to final destination provided the break in transport was less than 24 hours, in which case he or she just checks it all the way to Mexico and has nothing to pick up or store in Madrid.
However, it is possible that security considerations have led to changes, and anyway practices may be different between different airlines.

Re: Left luggage

by javlop

In the terminal 2 , you have 24 hour lockers, they aren't self service, you have to show the passport and to buy a ticket in the desk, are close to the metro station.

Travel Tips for Madrid

Gran Via

by Veroali

The fancy street with shops, cafés and offices. The main building what catches a person's eye is Edificio Metropolis at the corner of the street. I like the way it is designed. On the top is the statue of Goddess Victoria, bellow four statues symbolizing Agriculture, Indrustry, Commerce and Mining. All about business and it displays the street very well.

Semana Santa

by MM212

Easter is one of the most important religious holidays in Spain. Most cities have Easter processions on Holy Thursday and Good Friday, and Madrid's and Toledo's processions count among the most important. If you are lucky enough, as I was, to be in Spain during Semana Santa, then you must catch one of these processions. You must also enter churches to see the statues of the Virgin surrounded by candles and flowers (see photos).

Bull fight Matadors

by shiran_d

the parade of the bull-fighters and their entourage, and all the other people who will have some part to play in the event such as the "picadores" on their horses and carrying their lance, the "banderilleros" who are dressed like the bull-fighters but whose function is to run at the bulls and stick darts into their backs as a preliminary to the bull-fighters work. There are others similarly dressed- the "Peones" - but whose function is simply to play with the bull with their coloured capes so that the bull-fighter can watch the way that the bull charges and turns with his horns.

Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales

by Redang

The National Museum of Natural Sciencies is an interesting one for those who like to know more about typical spanish fauna, insects, wild animals and fish.

* Address:
Calle de José Gutiérrez Abascal, 2
28006 Madrid

*Fax:
(+34) 91 564 61 69

*How to get there:
- Metro: Gregorio Marañón (line 7) and Nuevos Ministerios (lines 6, 8 and 10)
- Bus: 7, 12, 14, 2740, 45, 147 and 150
- Suburban trains: Nuevos Ministerios

General tips about going out in Madrid

by aeroarce about All Districts

In Madrid there are many places to party, you can be 24 hours a day the 365 days of the year going from one place to another having fun.
All depends on what you want nd your Idea of having fun, but I'm sure you will find your place in Madrid.
People in Mdrid start to go out late, maybe for a cofee at around 8pm or some Cañas(beers) , then have supper and around 1am to club. Notice that most of the bars and pubs close at around 2:30 to 3:00am those places are usually free entrance but if you want to follow the night you must go to a club, they will ask you for money (you usually pay the minimum comsumtion alcohol included) some clubs have special or reduction pases that you can find on cafés or pubs and from people on the streets (public relations). Sneakers is oftent the excuse to don't let you get in.

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