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A nice little weekend in Madrid at hostal Bruña. Within walking distance from main Atocha rail station. Lovely and clean rooms, helpful staff and comfy beds. Lots to see and do close by. Great value for money
The hotel seems to have been a child dormatory turned into a hotel, the room is only 15'x15', and has a twin bed and double bed in same space, plus a small desk and cabinet to hang clothes [with 2 drawers]. Attached bathroom has small...More
The Hostal Bruna is very clean and we thought the room was not only adequate but spacious. It is a short walk from Atocha Train station and is next to the Radisson (which is a good landmark). We found the staff quite nice and very...More
5 min walk to prado museum. about 15-20 min walk to train station. check in was at one bldg, but room was a little down the street. no problem. inexpensive room, small, but exactly as advertised. checkin people were very nice and helpful. good for...More
Hostal Bruna is located excellently just on the other side of the street from the Prado museum, in walking distance from the other excellent museums and the botanical garden. The hostal is based on two converted apartments, and as such it provides only basic comfort....More
US$79 - US$122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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