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slavinm The facilities were a bit limited as unfortunately there was no fridge or facilities to make tea or coffee at the hotel. It was in a very convenient position and also with good security.
josephine. Loved the place! Good location, (though the small streets downstairs could get dodgy at night - just avoid walking alone), lovely staff (though the old couple don't speak much English (their son does but wasn't around much), the lady is very good at "sign language" and very willing to explain things etc. :) She even let us choose our room from two choices. No computers but there was free wifi, clean rooms, they have a kitchen but it's private (but you could ask for hot water). Would definitely recommend.
ivie.jovanovic Location was perfect, close to the metro and in the centre of town. The service and the hosts were very helpful. Would stay there again any time.
Calle San Bernardo Nº 55 Piso 1 DerechaExcellent 91%
beckyuittenboga We flew into Madrid and found this hostal easily. They sent me an email with directions which helped - but it is right off one of the metro lines. The receptionist was friendly, helpful and kind to weary travelers. Our room was clean and bathroom was clean too. The walls in hostals are pretty thin and you can hear a lot of what is going on -- but if you were as jet lagged as us - it doesn't matter. There is a TV (no English channels though) and free wifi. A great Kebap place is on street level and there is a grocery up the street. It is a great location and you can walk to the major sight seeing spots in Madrid (or hop on the metro which is super close).
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