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Hostal Don Diego - Madrid Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hostal Don Diego

Calle Velázquez 45-5, Madrid - Map
 
 
"The best location at the best price :)"
The best location at the best price :) in the heart of the most trendy neighbourhood in Madrid, neer the most amazing shops and out of the confusion of the tourist madrid.
A Traveller
Hostal Residencia Don Diego is set in Madrid’s elegant Salamanca district. All rooms feature air conditioning, a bathroom …More
VP El Madroño - Madrid Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

VP El Madroño

C/ General Díaz Porlier 101, Madrid - Map
 
 
"Very nice hotel, quiet, comfortable"
Excellent, helpful staff, close to metro station, walking distance to Salamanca shopping district, best in Madrid, excellent restaurants
A Traveller
Located in the district of Salamanca, one of the city´s best shopping and cultural areas. Offers 66 spacious apartments with …More
Apart-Hotel Serrano Recoletos - Madrid Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Apart-Hotel Serrano Recoletos

Calle de Villanueva, 2, Madrid - Map
 
 
"Great for groups or couples"
Great location ( 5 mins walk from Metro), really friendly staff and clean rooms,nice places to eat near by. Only negative was that the kitchen was tiny. Would stay here again if we return to Madrid.
Pj from London
Apartments situated on the Calle Villanueva, next to the National Library and the Archeological Museum, between Plaza Cibeles …More

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    Pocket Guide: Madrid Salamanca 3 stars Independent Hotels

    North of the Retiro, Salamanca has always been an affluent neighbourhood. Its grid-like streets and beautiful houses sprang up at the end of the 19th century, escaping from the old city walls. Today, ladies who lunch drop into its spas and designer shops, many of which line the long, sleek Calle Serrano. The National Library and the Museum of Archaeology are close to the Plaza de Colón.

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