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The Nuria is very centrally located which was a plus. It is on a main street so not recommended if you're a light sleeper. The reception staff speak very little English so you will need a Spanish phrasebook. The rooms are small and the decor...More
The room was clean but I have stayed in two hostals in C/Atocha that had much nicer rooms and for the same price. However, its cental and does the job. The staff were not mega friendly and I did speak spanish to them. Neither were...More
We arrived after midnight very tired and were amazed and disappointed with the staff as anyone on the reception did not speak English! Not even a word! It turns out that our room window faced another building and we did not see anything apart from...More
Lot of comments on Nuria... Here's mine. I booked directly on their web-site for 31Euros/night. The hotel is very easy to reach by metro Tribunal, very central position. I have found the people very professionnal, sympathic, always ready to give indications. So the comments on...More
If this is a place that you need for just one night, it might be suitable, but I would not stay here for longer or ever again.
The staff is not pleasant. They hardly smiled or greeted you. The next morning we went to get...More
US$99 - US$257 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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