Hostal Tijcal I
Zaragoza, 6 - 3º Dcha, Madrid, Spain
Doubles from: $95 to $114
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
First off, let's settle the name issue. In Spanish, "TIJCAL" stands for "Work, Equality, Justice, Culture, Friendliness, and Liberty." Move over Best Western—this place promises an ideology!
We stayed at the Hostal Tijcal I in spring 2002, and then revisited almost exactly two years later. The room we had stayed in before, along with most of the hostal, had been given a makeover. The floor was freshly tiled floor, the bathroom had been renovated, and there was a pleasing new paint job. All renovated rooms had air-conditioning units installed. They even hung a Van Gogh print on the wall. (Well, somebody got fancy on us!)
Owners Gabriel, Marcelo, and Ramon have put a lot of time, hard work, and fresh paint into their endeavor. The Tijcal's 31 rooms are painted in bright, happy hues and equipped with private facilities. Fourteen of these have views, and, possibly, balconies (make sure to ask ahead). Best of all, the hostal is located just steps from Madrid's famous Plaza Mayor, making it one of the most convenient hostals on our site.
Reviewed by: Tom Meyers, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Bicycle Rental
- Breakfast Included
- Concierge/Booking Services
- Laundry Service
- Non-Smoking Hotel
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Room Service
- Vending Machines
- Wake-Up Service
- Wi-Fi Connection
- Wi-Fi: Free
- AC Available
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
Zaragoza, 6 - 3º Dcha
Huertas & Santa Ana, Madrid, Spain
Phone: +34 91 365 59 10
Fax: +34 91 364 52 60
About the Hostal Tijcal I neighborhood
This tiny but central neighborhood with two names is is jam-packed with people, attractions and excitement. Also known as Barrio de las Letras (or "Neighborhood of the Letters"), it was a hot spot for literary gents of Madrid's Golden Age, and remnants of literary life still abound, including the Mueseo Cervantino, the Ateneo library and plenty of theaters and bars.