AddressCaller Esparteros, 6 MadridSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Economic crisis or no economic crisis, the 24 rooms at this well-run hostal have been wonderfully renovated with exposed brickwork, brand-new bathrooms and a look that puts many three-star hotels to shame. They also have terrific apartments (some recently renovated and ranging in size from 33 sq metres to 200 sq metres) with fully equipped kitchens, their own sitting area, bathroom and, in the case of the larger ones (room 51 on the 5th floor is one of the best), an expansive terrace with good views over the rooftops of central Madrid. It’s a favoured haunt of writers (Gunter Grass wrote one of his novels in room 53). Fabulous value all round. The apartments have a separate website – www.apartamentosmayorcentro.com.
Our independent authors have visited Hostal Madrid and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Plaza Mayor & Royal Madrid.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- Cable TV
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Towels Included
Description provided by property
Situated between Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor Hostal Madrid is in the heart of Madrid's tourist and commercial centre.
Pleasant, light-filled rooms with a full-bath (including hairdryer), TV, air conditioning, heating, safe and free wireless (WIFI) internet access are available to guests.
All the rooms are non-smokers.
Warm and inviting bedrooms where simplicity and luxury come together await those who stay here!
Reservations with arrival time after 20:00h we charge the first night in advance. Non-refundable.
Reservation from 17th to 19th April incl.; 1st.to 3rd. May incld.; 11th & 12th Oct. inc., 31st. Oct.; 1st. Nov.; 6th & 7th Dec. incl.; 27th to 31st Dec. incl.: Full advance payment. Non-refundable
Reception opens: 24 hours
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