Hostels in Madrid

Every day Madrid welcomes thousands of people who come both on business and pleasure. It’s good if you have some friends who can host you or if your company paid your hotel, but what to do if you are on a budget travel and want to save some euro during your vocation in Madrid. 

Every big city has comfortable places to stay in without robbing the pocket, so Madrid is not an exception. It offers a huge choice of budget hostels that can cater your needs and fit your wallet. this city is for real adventure, healthy outdoor activities and diverse cuisine.

Let’s have a look at some of the hostels in Madrid:

The Living Roof Hostel 

This fairytale hostel is placed in Malasana square, downtown. The history of the hostel dates back to 15th century, though in 2005 it was reconstructed. It has a patio where all the tourists may enjoy dining. The staff is very hospitable. Outside the hostel there are numerous restaurants, several bars, and night clubs to experience Madrid’s vibrant nightlife. The Living Roof Hostel is definitely the biggest hostel in the country, and can be easily found.

La Posada de Huertas

It is known as home for the outstanding Spanish writers such as Lope de Vega and Cervantes.

Thus, La Posada de Huertas is called the “District of Letter”.  Thanks to its perfect location, you may easily get to any corner of the city. The Museum Triangle, the Puerta del Sol as well as the Royal Palace are located nearby.

Founded in 19th century, the hostel is still a hot spot for the international youth. It offers well-equipped comfortable rooms, free breakfast and of course a friendly hospitability.  The service is an excellent and the cost will definitely fit any budget.

Barbieri International Hostel

This hostel is totally safe and comfy. It is placed in Barbieri Street. It has a private kitchen, where the guests may cook, TV-set, WI-FI, DVDs, Air-conditioning are also available. It was awarded as one of the top hostels in the world. Today, it has to offer two types of rooms such as twin rooms as well as dormitories. Walking around you will enjoy Madrid’s sights. Booking in advance is mandatory. In summer, the hostel can be very crowded.

MuchoMadrid

This comfortable hostel is located in the downtown of the city, on Gran Via. It is the best location for shopping and exploring nightlife of the city. Near the hostel, you can dance till the very morning in such clubs as Arena, Yasta, Palacio de Gaviria and Ohm. Don’t miss the chance to explore some of top 10 famous sights of Madrid. You will enjoy Plaza Mayor, the Royal Opera, and the Royal Palace for sure. According to the policy of MuchoMadrid, people under 18 and over 40 are not allowed. Thanks to its reasonable prices, it can be one of the best budget places to stay.

About Cat's Hostel

It is a small paradise with plenty of joyful attractions that offer unforgettable social experience. 

The Cat hostel is situated not far from Plaza Mayor. It is a stylish and comfortable hostel with all modern facilities and well-qualified staff. The choice is up to you if to have a small private room a shared room. The atmosphere is jolly and funny. Each Saturdays there are Tapas and Paella parties where you can meet your old friends and make new ones. This hostel with an amazing décor is the best place for clubbing. The teenagers from all over the world are coming here to explore a crazy Madrid nightlife.

Gay Hostel Puerta del Sol

It is probably the cheapest gay hostel in Madrid. The hostel offers comfortable stay, pleasant, helpful staff, gay discos, and a lot of surprises. Everything you might want can be provided here. The room costs start from $17 and higher. 

On the whole, the hostels above are quite a good choice not only to stay in but also to explore the people, culture and the city’s life in general.

The next thing to do is to pack and to head to Madrid for adventure.

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