Information on Hotels & Hostels

To begin, a fun fact: In recent years, Spain claims the status as the third most visited country in the world — and its capital city is garnished with over 1,000 hotels and hostels of all grades listed in Booking.com.

However, in order to cut through the (over-abundance) of information, we offer a handful of suggestions below that we know a little better and that should be suitable to the diverse tastes of our participants.

LOWER & MEDIUM BUDGET OPTIONS (less than 60€/night)

Apartamentos El Tiempo – Calle Barcelona, 4 (Metro: Sol), web page: http://www.apartamentoseltiempo.com/

Hostal La Perla Astruriana – Plaza de Santa Cruz, 3 (Metro: Sol), web page: https://www.motordereservashoteleras.com/laperlaasturiana/

Hostal Tijcal – Calle Zaragoza, 6 (Metro: Sol), web page: http://www.hostaltijcal.com/en/

Hotel Acta Madfor – Paseo de la Florida, 13 (Metro: Principe Pio), web page: http://www.hotel-madfor.com/en/?gclid=CJ-e9pijuMQCFeHKtAodbAoALQ

HIGHER BUDGET OPTIONS

Exe Hotel El Coloso – Calle Leganitos, 13 (Metro: Plaza de España), web page: http://www.exehotelelcoloso.com/EN/hotel.html?gclid=CJCAtdKkuMQCFQoXwwodq6QAfw

Hotel T3 Tirol – Calle del Marqués de Urquijo, 4 (Metro: Argüelles), web page: http://en.t3tirol.com/

Posada del Dragón – Calle Cava Baja, 14 (Metro: La Latina), web page: http://www.posadadeldragon.com/EN/

Posada del León de Oro – Calle Cava Baja, 12 (Metro: La Latina), web page: http://www.posadadelleondeoro.com/

 

 

 

 

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