Madrid House

(2 Ratings)
Bold colors, kitsch style

This centrally located hostel offers private exterior rooms with street views. It's steps away from all of Chueca's trendy restaurants, bars, and shops, as well as a short walk from Madrid's monumental district.

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Over a year ago

Small rooms, but well equipped and perfect location

Rooms (especially bathrooms) are small, but well equipped (even there is a desktop in the room). No receptionist, so you need to be individual. Great location, in the heart of Chueca, gay district. This also means that it is a bit noisy, but that is normail in city centre.

fercho4x4 first review First to Review
Over a year ago

A cozy Hostel in Madrid

I want to Madrid lin May . The location is perfect 1 block from de Chueca subway station . The room is small but everything do you need is include. . Nice shower. Very clean . Aldo do you have your safe box for the passport . Money etc... And the corner do you find a very nice bakery and pizzeria. Perfect spot for your next vacation in the very gay Madrid.

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