Ratings based on 44 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Loughborough
Budget hotel near to Atocha stationPosted Oct 16, 2014
Pros: Price, location
Cons: Bathroom fittings seemed to have been installed in a hurry. Shower door fixtures looked very flimsy.
Location: Close to RENFE Atocha station and Atocha metro station. Near to city centre, plenty of bars and resturaunts near by.
A decent value for money hotel. Rooms in the refurbished part of the hotel are clean and comfortable. They are quite small but for the price you can't complain.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Prospect Park, PA
Metro Atocha, make a R at Dunkin Donuts, L to KFCPosted Sep 30, 2014
Pros: Location was great and staff was bi-lingual and very helpful. Hotel also had two computers in lobby for Internet access.
Cons: Prefer a room with carpet in the living area, instead of tile.
Location: Hop on bus tickets and airport transportation could be purchased at hotel using credit card. Three restaurants across the plaza, KFC and MCDs nearby.
Great location in Madrid. A one minute walk to the Metro and walking distance to Bank of Spain, Prado Museum, post office and James Joyce Pub.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Miami, Fl
Centrally LocatedPosted Sep 3, 2014
Pros: The hotel staff is very friendly and helpful. The location is great and once we moved to the new room everything was perfect.
Cons: The pictures on the web site should be updated to give the passengers a clear picture of what is being reserved.
Location: There are discos, restaurants, train station and Museums very near by.
The hotel is centrally located. Close to many attractions including transportation and restaurants. The hotel is currently under renovation. It is like being in two different hotels. The renovated rooms are great while the original rooms are very AGED and not nice at all. It is worth paying the additional 15 Euros per day charge to upgrade to the new rooms. Everything is brand new, air conditioner, flat screen TV and overall very nice.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from ontario
Very close to train station and main placesPosted Jul 29, 2014
Great location, able to walk to many great places
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Orlando, FL
Perfect location if you are using the train systemPosted Jul 16, 2014
Pros: It had 2 computers with internet and helpful employees 24 hrs. It was very centralized for my vacation plans.
Cons: offer bigger rooms, bigger tv sets and a lot more cable channels.
Location: Plenty of bars right across. Reina Sofia museum next door. The main train station across the street. Night life in 1, 7 story building across the st.
I stayed for a 8 days with the idea of traveling by train and visiting the local museums. They are located very close to the 3 most popular museums and "Parque de Retiro", and right across from the main train station. I also found out that the most popular and expensive night club is also right across from them on Paseo Atocha. It's walking distance from the center of Madrid; if you can walk 1mile, then you dont need to take the Metro.The rooms are small, but that is a standard in Europe. My room had it's own bathroom, but the bathtub was too narrow. There is no air conditioning, they have one fan. The look is not modern and the tv set is 13", so, if you are planning to spend much time in your room this may not be the hostal for you. If you need a bed to crash and a bathroom to freshen up, then this is perfect. As far as price, I do not have a good baseline since I bought a flight/hotel package, but I probably payed for being the summer season as opposed to room quality, about $50(33EU)/night; which should have been more like $15/night anywhere else in the countryside. Overall, I am happy with it and would go back, but maybe try to get a better deal.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great locationPosted Jul 7, 2014
The hostel is located very close to metro, train station, and main avenues.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great locationPosted May 21, 2014
If you want to walk 5 min to the Prado musuem , the botanical garden .. Pretty much all the sites are in a 10 min walking distance range. The location is amazing so many resturants and the main train station is across the street plus a very good affordable bars all around that area. One euro for a glass of wine and you can sit down outside and relax. The room is small!!! The bed isn't that comfortable. But I didn't go to Spain to stay in the room. It was a decent hotel and you have your own bed and bathroom.
for Everyoneby P.S. from Singapore
good location!!!Posted May 20, 2014
Good location and convenient to travel around! Great location in Madrid!
for Shoppingby Elmer Bermea from San Antonio, Texas
Convenient location to Paseo Del Prado museums.Posted May 9, 2014 on Hotels.com
I enjoyed my stay at the hotel because it was clean and had the basic needs for a traveler. It also had Internet service for sending e-mails. In addition, there are numerous historic museums and sites very conveniently located near the hotel that I visited. Can't beat that!
by A verified traveler
Definitely an experiencePosted May 6, 2014
Pros: The building didn't collapse on me.
Location: It's very convenient to the metro and the train station.
Basement room, right over the metro line--the room shakes when a train goes by. The light switch for the room is in the hall. It's a challenge to persuade the door to the room to close and latch; the bathroom door doesn't shut at all. No windows, but plenty of ambient light leaking in from the hall--even without the trains it would have been almost impossible to sleep. I didn't.