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Cats Hostel Madrid

Cat's Hostel Madrid is located in a 17th century palace in Spain''s capital city. The building was fully refurbished in 2004 and is exclusively for young people who are up for a good time.

When we came up with the idea of creating Cat''s Hostel, we set ourselves the following goals:

  1. To be the biggest, least crowded hostel in the whole of Madrid
  2. To offer unbeatable facilities and to provide guests with excellent service
  3. To be the city's least expensive hostel
  4. To be located in a central, symbolic area
  5. To ensure high levels of cleanliness
  6. To provide complete comfort in an area featuring some of the hottest nightlife in Europe

Metro stops:

Anton Martin on the light blue line (L1) - 1 minute on foot.

From de Madrid Airport:

By metro: take the pink line (L8) to "Nuevos Ministerios" at the end of the route. There, change to the dark blue line (L10) and travel to "Tribunal", where you should switch to the light blue line (L1) and head for "Anton Martin".

By taxi: the journey costs around 30 euros.

Chamartín train station:

By metro: line L10 to "Plaza Castilla" and change to line L1. Head for "Anton Martin".

By taxi: the journey costs around 12-15 euros

Atocha train station:
By metro: line L1 to "Anton Martin" (just 2 stops).

By taxi: the journey costs around 6 euros.

  • 24 Hour Reception cv
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Air Conditioning
  • Breakfast Included
  • Cable TV
  • Card Phones
  • Elevator
  • Free Internet Access
  • Linen Included
  • Lockers Tours/Travel Desk
  • Towels for hire
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