For travelers on a tight budget there are 137 reasonably priced options to choose from, such as Hostal Las Cortes and Ok Hostel Madrid with rates at 63US$. Hostal Go Inn Madrid hotel is a budget choice that is less than 5 minutes on foot from the center and is directly next to Gran Via Street. To stay in a hostel close to Royal Monastery of the Incarnation, book a room at Cats Chill Out Hostel Madrid with rates from 37US$ per night. A good budget-friendly option in Arganzuela district is Hostal Riesco, a 15-minute walk to Naval Museum of Madrid and not far from Casa Labra restaurant.
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Where to stay in Madrid?
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Madrid airports & Subway stations
Hostal Aeropuerto comes with everything you need for a convenient stay, and is situated 20 minutes' walk from Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas airport. Gran Melia Fenix is a 5-star hotel only 900 feet from Colón metro station, it comes with a sauna, a health club and a golf course. Hotels near Atocha train station include Sleep'N Atocha and Artrip Hotel.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Staying somewhere like Petit Palace Triball or Hostal Montaloya will put you in a central location. Another good option is Las Musas Hostel, which is also just 10 minutes' walk from the heart of the city. To explore Madrid City Center district, choose a hotel near Monumento de Victoria Eugenia y Alfonso XIII, such as Praktik Metropol with room rates from 115US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Madrid
Husa Moncloa is 4-star accommodation with the best location right next to commemorative plaque to Carmen Conde. For quirky and unique accommodation in Ciudad Lineal district, try Only You Boutique Hotel Madrid steps away from Plaza del Dos de Mayo. On the other hand, if you are looking to spend a bit more, you might want to check out the deals at Exe Suites 33 and Caballero Errante.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Hostal Gran Via 44 apartment is settled within walking distance of Royal Monastery of the Incarnation and a 10-minute walk away from the very center of Madrid. Hostal Victoria I is a B&B apartment situated within walking distance from key attractions of Madrid such as ContraClub. The business traveler can check into Far Home Gran Via or Ibis Madrid Centro in Madrid. Eurostars Madrid Gran Via is a resort hotel placed 15 minutes' walk from the downtown of Madrid and near Monumento a Tirso de Molina.
City Guide: Discover the best of Madrid
The city of '''gatos'' or cats as locals name themselves, Madrid is elegant like Paris, cosmopolitan like London and busy like New York.
It is a city that offers the best from the world’s major destinations.
Crowded Gran Via on weekends, no siesta - even on unbearably hot summer days, and the liveliest nightlife in the world or a nightmare for light sleepers… yes it all can be about you in Madrid.
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Feed your appetite for art, architecture and music in Madrid. A city with Royal past – once the capital of the Franquist dictatorship and the epicenter of the Movida movement – it presents a true mix of red-colored roofs with grey high-rise buildings.
The best of Madrid is gathered in the center and should be done on foot to grasp the ethos of the city – and its inspiring spirit. It is Madrid that bred architects like Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, Rafael Moneo and Jean Nouvel.
- Prado Museum, famous over the world as being a roof for paintings from once privately held in royal collections
- Puerto Del Sol is the most vivid place in Madrid, there you can find statue of an oso (bear) climbing the madroño tree – a national symbol of Madrid
- Grand Via – a counterpart of New York’s Broadway, only in Madrid
- El Retiro Park, a green area in the heart of Madrid with lake and statue of Alphonso XII and a Crystal Palace
Finish it all with a good shopping, hunting out must have clothes and accessories in Madrid.
Madrid nightlife is a world away from the city’s daytime attractions.
When the sun goes down, Madrid becomes a place for night adventure. It outnumbers the luxury of bars in all of Europe, thus its nightlife is famous.
What greatly adds to this festive atmosphere is a multicultural beat of Madrid. The largest city in Spain with population over 3,228,000 it hosts diverse communities like Chinese, Indians, Filipinos, and Latin Americans.
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