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The place is has an excellent location.
The rooms are tiny and clean but the guy who was at the desk was nosy and rude.
The first nights went well but our last night there someone decided to rearrange furniture - the floor above. We...More
It was utterly average. Good sized room, bed, bathroom, lock box. You can leave your bags for a while on checkout day. Very good location once you get your bearings. (We had some trouble finding it.) Quick walk to Prado, Retiro, Plazas to the west,...More
Hostal Dulcinea was a good choice for a first night in Madrid. It took about 45 minutes to get to via the Metro from the airport and, despite 2 train changes and a brief walk from the Anton Martin metro stop, it was easy to...More
The hostal is in a great location and is clean and the owners are really nice but no little English, so make sure to brush up on your English in advance, it helps! The only complaint is that he "shhh" my friend and I one...More
Close to the Prado and the 2 other top museums in Madrid. 2 blocks from all the top hotels. The owners are very nice. Would stay there again, definitely. Very safe, good security. Building has lots of character.
US$54 - US$91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Non-Smoking Rooms, Smoking rooms available
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Also known as Barrio de las Letras, Huertas was once home to prominent literary figures, Miguel de Cervantes and Lope de Vega among them. The neighbourhood is committed to celebrating its rich heritage: Calle Huertas itself is inlaid with quotes from celebrated authors, street names pay homage to them, and second-hand bookshops pervade. Huertas receives a fair amount of spillover from the center —
side streets around Plaza Santa Ana take on a foreign party atmosphere at night, and you always see young backpackers navigating the streets — but as you descend into the neighbourhood, everything becomes a little more cramped and slightly less refined, and takes on more of an underground feel. Live music is at the heart of Huertas: by night, its subdued bars are ideal for meeting friends, sipping cocktails, and chatting quietly while enjoying jazz or singer-songwriter performances.