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How to Find A Youth Hostel In Madrid

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This page will help you find a youth hostel in Madrid. You can see a list of hostels and details about where they are, and how to contact them. A youth hostel is a place that usually attracts backpackers, or people on a budget. You can also read here about the association that lists all youth hostels in Madrid. You will also find a link to a page listing hostels outside of Madrid centre.

Youth Hostel Madrid Standards

The governing body for youth hostels is the International Youth Hostel Federation (IYHF). Hostels that are registered with this organisation have agreed to abide by certain standards, such as fresh linen, cleanliness and security and so on. Hostels that are not part of the IYHF are independent, but usually also stick the same standards, and may have more flexible rules regarding curfews.

In Spain, the IYHF is represented by the Youth hostels Network - REAJ,

REAJ
Gran Vía, 10
Madrid

metroMetro: Gran Via (Green Line, L5)

Tel: +34 91 720 1165
Website: http://www.reaj.com


Where Do I Find A Youth Hostel In Madrid

The list below gives you some youth hostels in Madrid, together with their contact details and links to web pages if they have them.

Youth Hostel Madrid - Hostels In The Centre

Cat's Hostel
Cañizares nº6,
Madrid,
28012,
Spain

metroMetro: Antón Martín (Light Blue Line, L1)
Tel: +34 91 369 2807
Fax: +34 91 429 9479

Website: http://www.catshostel.com
E-mail: [email protected]


Los Amigos Opera Backpackers Hostel,
Calle del Arenal, 26
28013 Madrid
Spain.

metroMetro: Opera (Red Line, L2) or (Green Line, L5)
Tel: +34 91 559 2472

Website: www.losamigoshostel.com
E-mail: [email protected]


Barbieri International Hostel
c/Barbieri 15,
Madrid
28004
Spain

metroMetro: Chueca (Green Line, L5)
All contact is through the website.

Website: http://www.barbierihostel.com
E-mail: [email protected]


Albergue Juvenil Santa Cruz de Marcenado (HI)
Calle Santa Cruz de Marcenado 28,
Madrid,
Spain.

metroMetro: Arguelles (Brown Line, L4) or (Yellow Line, L3) or
(Grey Line, L6, Circular)
Tel: +34 91 547 4532
Fax: +34 91 548 1196, +34 91 276 7516
Information and Bookings: +34 91 276 7478

E-Mail: [email protected]
Web Site: www.reaj.com


Richard Schirrmann - casa de Campo
Casa de campo, sn, 28011,
Madrid,
Spain

metroMetro: Casa de Campo: (Dark Blue Line, L10) or (Green Line, L5)
Tel: +34 91 463 5699
Fax: +34 91 276 7516, +3491 464 4685
Information and Bookings: +34 91 276 7478

E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: www.reaj.com

To see more youth hostels in Madrid, that are out of the centre and in the Madrid Community. See our hostels in Madrid community page


Reasons To Stay In A Youth Hostel in Madrid

A youth hostel in Madrid is a cheap and cheerful place to stay. You'll meet lots more people, and have the advantage of being able to swap information about the city. Youth hostels are one of the cheapest ways to stay in Madrid. This page tells you about several hostels in the centre of Madrid. For more hostels see this page on hostels on the outskirts of Madrid . To read about other cheap forms of accommodation see our related links section below.


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