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Hotel Mora Madrid
Hotel Mora Madrid

The Hotel Mora Madrid is a popular hotel. It was busy with American tourists when I arrived. It is in a good location if you want to see Madrid's famous art museums; the Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Reina-Sofia. The road outside is quite busy, but with so much to do within walking distance, you're bound to be out and about most of the time.

Hotel Facilities

The Hotel Mora Madrid has its own café / restaurant downstairs that does a 3 course menu of the day for €18.00. There's a spacious lobby with an old-fashioned feel, that has sofas and armchairs where you can sit and relax.

The Lobby At The Hotel Mora Madrid
The Lobby At The Hotel Mora Madrid

Business Facilities

A fax service is available.


There are 62 rooms (some singles available) and each room has cable TV, CH, telephone, safe and en-suite bathroom. I found the rooms to be surprisingly modern compared to the entrance of the hotel, which was more old-fashioned in style. They are decorated in bold Mediterranean colours.

The Restaurant Belonging To The Hotel Mora Madrid
The Restaurant Belonging To The Hotel Mora Madrid

The front rooms have a view across the road to the trees and plants of the botanical gardens that stretch out behind the Prado museum.

Hotel Location And Facilities

To stay in the Hotel Mora Madrid gives you quick access on foot to the famous art museums of Madrid. Also directly across the road there's a market that opens in the mornings selling books, jewellery and household knick-knacks.

Less than a minute to the right of the hotel is McDonalds and less than a minute to the left is Burger King, so if a fast food craving hits, you'll be fine. Also on the same street within a minutes walks you'll find a couple of tapas bars.

The Atocha railway station with rail links all over Spain is 4 minutes walk away, and if you stroll up Calle Atocha itself (turn right at McDonalds), you'll find plenty of bars and restaurants. When you get to the top of the road after about ten minutes, you'll be in the heart of Madrid and some of the city's most beautiful buildings. Not to mention the enormous number of shops.

How to get to your hotel from Madrid-Barajas Airport

Public transport options

Via Taxi: A taxi from the airport will be about 35 minutes depending on traffic volume. The following price includes airport supplement and is valid assuming there is no excess baggage (that all baggage fits inside the boot and interior of the taxi).

Taxi Fare: €22.00 - €30.00

Via metroMetro: You can take various metro routes directly from the airport to arrive at Atocha metro near the Hotel Mora Madrid. Line number 8 leaves from inside the airport between terminals 1 and 2. See the quickest route below with the stations where you need to change listed:

metroMetro:Nuevos Ministerios (Pink Line, L8) Then change and head for Alonso Martinez (Dark Blue Line, L10) Then change and head for Atocha (Light Blue Line, L1).

Via Bus: The red EMT public bus from the airport goes to Avenida America. The number bus that takes this route is the 115. From there it's quicker to change to the metro, otherwise you have to change several times and walk between stops.

Car Parking Near To Hotel Mora in Madrid

Car Park Name Address Approximate Walking Distance to Car Park in Meters
Low Cost Atocha Calle Rafael de Riego, 5 800 m
Hiomarsa Calle Rafael de Riego, 14 800 m
SABA Estacion Madrid Atocha Avenida Ciudad de Barcelona, 3 800 m

In A Nutshell

The Hotel Mora Madrid is good value for money if you want a no frills hotel that is modern and simple with good access to the city centre.

Hotel Mora
Paseo del Prado, 32
28014 Madrid, España.

metroMetro: Atocha (Light Blue Line, L1) Plus 4 minutes walk.

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