Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Madrid
The best budget hotels in Madrid... inspected and approved.
The Hostal Cruz-Sol has it all—rock-bottom prices, comfy rooms, and a cool and convenient location. It overlooks the Plaza de Santa Cruz and is just a minute from Puerta del Sol.
The Hotel Plaza Mayor is worth the few extra euros for its bonus services, accountability, and warm welcome.
A. Nebrija is a small, six-room family establishment we regard to be the best bargain in Madrid, complete with Old Spanish charm.
Hotel San Lorenzo, perched just off Gran Via, impresses to the nines with its country style and bargain rates.
Colors Hostel is run by a vivacious Argentinean man and is comprised of 9 rooms. Four rooms have balconies that overlook Fuencarral, a trendy street strung with designer clothing shops leading all the way to Chueca.
The attractive two-star Hostal Barrera sits long Calle Atocha, within walking distance to the Museum Triangle and Atocha station.
The Hostal Persal is an 80-room Madrid classic, where an appealing minimalist aesthetic sets the tone.
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Since 2002, our editors have been visiting, inspecting and photographing budget hotels in the best neighborhoods of Madrid. The places we've chosen as "Editor’s Picks" have certain qualities in common: They're all clean, central, cheap and, if we're lucky, have a touch of personality unique to the city.
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