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Hotels in Madrid
Hotels in Madrid are rated with a star system from 1 to 5 here, so if you want something luxurious, go for 5 stars. For a mid range hotel of 3 stars you’ll pay around 75 euros and upwards per night for a room. Hotels in Madrid can be historic or modern in style and all offer excellent facilities and cuisine. Hotels cost more than hostals, but you benefit from extras like laundry services, and breakfast is included in the price.
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Apartments in Madrid
An apartment is another form of self-catering accommodation in Madrid and in the centre of the city can cost anything from 75 euros per day. Weekly prices are from about 450 euros and upwards and for a month you will be charged about 1295 euros. There are agencies that rent out apartments, and owners who offer Madrid apartment rental directly. An apartment in beautiful Madrid gives you the freedom to be independent and feel more at home, which is an asset for families or groups of visitors wanting to let their hair down and really get the most from the city.
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Hostels in Madrid
A hostel or as the Spanish call it: ‘hostal’ is similar in style to a hotel, because you pay for a bedroom and bathroom, but it doesn’t offer many of the same facilities, therefore it is much cheaper than a hotel. You can rent a room either with a bathroom to yourself, or a shared one, and TVs, towels and bedding are provided. A hostel in Madrid can be compared to a guesthouse really, but not many offer breakfast, so you will have to eat in a nearby café, of which there are plenty to choose from. Hostels in Madrid are generally fitted out in a modern style and are pleasant and clean places to stay if you are not expecting anything luxurious. Most hostels in Madrid have loads of tourist information leaflets available, so you can find out up to date information about what’s going on and plan ahead if you wish.
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