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Old 09-29-2009, 11:17 AM   #1
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Does anyone have any hotel or private room recommendations for Madrid? If am going with my bf in November and we are looking for something more private than the hostel dorm scene. My only requirements are that its clean and well located (and of course not too exorbitantly priced!) If you know any place that fits the bill any advice would be much appreciated!
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Mad Hostel had some nice private rooms and I stayed in a great budget hotel in Madrid as well. Unfortunately even after searching my travel journals I can't for the life of me remember it's name. It was listed incorrectly as a hostel and is in Sol about 3 blocks west of Mad hostel.
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Hey Lizz, not sure what your budget is, but Joey and his girl score a sic deal on a 5 star in Madrid. Serious delirious...

If he doesn't see this thread, you might want to send him a PM about where he found it.
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Trisha and I had a slightly more comfortable budget given the stay was only two days. Anyway we stayed at the Eurostar Tower which is North of Madrid (a 2 minute walk to a metro stop--near the Chamartin area). The deal was 88 euros a night and it is by far the nicest place I have ever stayed. Think the Shibuya Hilton from Lost in Translation.

I just checked their site and see they have a 95 euro non refundable type special.

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This may or may not be helpful but booking.com seems to have some decent cheap hotels for similar prices to private rooms in hostels - well at least in Argentina the prices were pretty similar, if your staying a couple of nights the rate is usually reduced. - And no booking fees which is always a bonus!
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ME is a celebrity favourite with stars such as George Clooney causing a activity at centralized restaurant Midnight Rose. The auberge has aswell afresh featured in a shoot for 'Hola' annual with Mischa Barton.
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Mad Hostel had some nice clandestine apartment and I backward in a abundant account auberge in Madrid as well. Unfortunately even afterwards analytic my biking journals I can't for the activity of me bethink it's name.
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