Location is great. Very luxurious hotel. Highly recommend.
Nice rooms. Nothing significant.
Location, Staff, price Air conditioning noisy
Great location in Madrid. Close to train station,Prado,downtown Madrid. Easy walking around area. Restaurant was very good and convenient.
Clean, minimalist, great location. A short walk to Atocha and the three art museums, plus a 5 Euro shuttle to/from the airport. Also just around the corner from a metro stop. Yet, it is one building off of the main road and I never had noise as a problem. Climate control was nice, once you figure out how to work it. Everything electrical is driven by putting your key in the receptacle. Once you can turn the lights on, you have to manually turn on the AC. I'm 6 feet tall. The single bed in the single room was jammed between two walls. I woke up a few times in the night from whacking my feet against the wall. The old joke that there wasn't enough room to change your mind comes to mind.
The location is probably the only benefit. Everything else was bleak. I already don't like Madrid. I love Spain but Madrid is just unpleasant. This is only my opinion based on my experiences. I really hoped Hostel Buelta would change that. This was part of my exit strategy before I headed back to America. The nearby parking was €24,00 for about 12hrs on a Sunday night. I paid the same in Lisbon on a weekend for nearly 48 hrs. The hostel itself was just run down and bleak. It had no comforts. Simply a place to wash and sleep. Not worth the price. There are nicer places in the area.
This time a quiet rom
Ease of check-in and out, helpful/friendly front desk, great that it was 5 minutes from the train station Breakfast too basic/uniform, emergency light in room was too bright at night