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Absolutely a party hostel so I recommend you don't stay here unless that's what you want. The price of 24 euros is a little steep for the dorm rooms to be so tiny and cramped, even for Madrid. Loud in the halls and courtyard all...More
Security is great - big room lockers, everything is on a card key. They can watch your luggage the whole check out- day.
No elevator or it doesn't work at the moment (not sure).
Friendly, organized- not only with things in the hostel, also concerning...More
The hostel was great and the staff very welcoming. Thanks a lot Maite.
The rooms are clean and the bathroom are very good. You should try the delicious breakfast:
I advice you to come to the place :)
Tanc, Luisa et Lea
Into the ride
Stayed in Mad Hostel in Madrid for 3 nights in early April. It's an okay hostel but I don't feel any desire to return.
The Good: Very centrally located - the Prado, Palacio Real, Place de Mayor, etc. are all 10-15m walk away.
The 1st stop of my trip was here. Looking at the online pictures I fall in love with its corrala. Once there, I found out that the staff is also great, made me feel like at home, always willing to help and advised me very...More
US$ 17 - US$ 78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Walking into this neighbourhood is like entering a different country ... except it's hard to tell which one it is. One side of Calle Lavapiés is lined with Indian restaurants, the other with kebab shops. Men in traditional African clothing convene outside their businesses for long chats, and people shout to each other across plazas and streets. Interspersed among ethnic specialty shops are independent theaters and
dance studios, and two large arts and cultural centers — the beautiful Casa Encendida and the Tabacalera, a former tobacco factory — all of which attract young crowds. Along Calle Argumosa, the place to go for drinks, artists and art appreciators with piercings and dreadlocks convene in the street’s eclectic array of young, hip bars. Though some of the side streets can get a little seedy at night, Lavapiés is still the place to go for those seeking a unique blend of arts and culture in an international and funky neighbourhood.