Hostal Casillas

Calle Hortaleza, 4, Madrid, Spain, 28004

Overall Rating: 81

Our Hostel is pleased to welcome you to the city of Madrid. Here you will find the atmosphere and comfort of an apartment downtown, close to major tourist attractions, cultural and gastronomic riches, a great place in which to spend a few days in the heart of the capital. The property is located at the south gate of the district of Chueca, Madrid singular enclave in recent years has assumed great importance in commercial, residential and leisure.

The hotel offers simple but comfortable and very tidy rooms. There are only seven rooms in total so you can be guaranteed personal assistance. The hotel offers twin and double rooms to sleep one to two people. All the rooms have a private, en suite bathroom, a TV, CD player, wireless cable, hair dryer and heating. The hotel itself has a friendly 24 hour reception desk which will be happy to get you oriented when you arrive. Children who do not require a bed sleep for free. The hotel also offers a laundry service, luggage check, a TV lounge and a smoking lounge. It is also very convenient to public transport. Excellent location in the heart of Madrid!

Facilities

Facilities at this hostel include:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • Reception (limited hours)
  • Common area / room
  • Internet access in public areas
  • Television room
  • Infant bed

Ratings

Rating Type
81 Overall
76 Atmosphere
79 Staff
95 Location
89 Cleanliness
73 Facilities
81 Safety
0 Fun
78 Value

Important Information

Hostal Casillas Madrid is a pretty, clean and comfortable 1 star hostel located in the center of Madrid, on Calle Hortaleza (Hortaleza Street), beside Gran Via and the district of Chueca. Close to the main places of interest in Madris, like Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, and Museo del Prado, Thyssen and Reina Sofía museums, which are within 7 minutes walking distance from the hostel. Around the hotel there are typical restaurants, bars and terraces where you can relax and taste the well-known tapas and drink a caña (glass of beer).