Hostel One Malasaña
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- Hostel One MalasañaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2First to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Hostel One is also called the Malasaña Traveler's Hostel and is located in a good area in Madrid. There's a corner store on the block and a large grocery store 5 minutes away. This place is by no means fancy...and it's not super clean, but it's not dirty either. This is one of the cheapest hostels in the city and is a great spot if you are backpacking or traveling. Beds start at $13-15 a night and the staff here speak several languages and are super friendly. They have a fully furnished kitchen and fridge so you can cook to keep costs down, a small living room area with seats and tables, 6 computers and free WIFI throughout. Each bed comes with a locker to store valuables and you can also store large luggage in the main room. The hostel is a block from a Metro station which makes getting around or going to the airport easy (and cheap) and you can also walk 20 minutes to Plaza Mayor and other main landmarks. Check Hostelworld.com to make reservations: http://www.hostelworld.com/hosteldetails.php/Hostel-One-Malasana/Madrid/43730Recommended for:Backpackers