Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
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Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
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Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
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Hostal Salamanca - Madrid
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Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
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Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
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Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
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Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bathroom
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bathroom
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bathroom
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom
Hostal Salamanca - Madrid - Bedroom

Situated in the quiet and peaceful Barrio de Salamanca just outside Madrid, the Hostal Salamanca is the perfect spot to get away from the crowded and sometimes hectic city centre. The Hostal Salamanca lies just outside Madrid in Salamanca, a prestigious residential and business district abundant with restaurants and boutiques, tapas bars and shopping centres.A prime location! The hostal is easily accessible from the airport and train station as well as the major tourist attractions, cultural sites, and lively entertainment venues. Guests on holiday in Spain will appreciate the affordable rates in addition to a warm and professional service guaranteed by this Salamanca Hostal. There is also complimentary wireless Internet access in public areas.A great reputation! With over 20 years service, the newly renovated Hostal Salamanca ensures guests will have a comfortable and pleasant stay in Madrid. Located near many of the main historical points of interest, such as the Retrio Park, Cibeles Fountain and the Prado Museum, there are plenty of things to see and do near the property. Easily accessible by public transport to Madrid, the cultural capital of Spain, you will find everything you could possibly want in a city. Choose from museums, bars, shops, restaurants, shopping centers, nightlife and look forward to a warm Spanish welcome. What more could you ask for on your trip to Madrid in the heart of Spain?Digging up the past at Museo Arqueologico! The Archeological Museum of Madrid is located beside Plaza de Colon or Columbus Square, and shares its building with the National Library of Spain. The building was founded in 1867 and underwent a major refurbishment in late 2009. It now boasts of numerous interactive installations which are of huge benefit to visitors with little or no Spanish. The neoclassical building of the Museo Arquelogico houses many fascinating collections from Spanish history, tracing back to the Pre-historic period right through to Medieval Christian times. A visit to the museum is a must-see for any History or culture buff who finds themselves with time on their hands during their Spanish vacation. Right next door to the Museo Arquelogico is the National Library of Spain. The library is responsible for identifying, preserving and conserving all information about Spain's heritage and is the central reference point for research into Spanish culture. Since 1991 the National Library has become the legal deposit for all the books printed in Spain. Although the library will appeal mainly to Spanish speakers, it is a interesting experience for book lovers to come and view all the cataloged volumes on display.Shop till you drop on Calle Serrano! Well more like window shop on this prestigious street. Calle Serranois known for being the most expensive shopping district in Madrid. A favorite haunt with the rich and famous, it is not unheard of that people have bought designer watches for over €5,000 here. Calle Serrano is home to some of the most high class boutique shops in Madrid. In fact the street where the Hostal Salamanca is located is packed full of big name International designers like Dior, Dolce & Gabanna and Chanel. Don't worry for those guests on a budget there are also plenty of brand name department stores around where they can spend some of their hard earned cash.Puerta de Alcalá the gateway to freedom! The monument of Puerta de Alcalais situated at the Plaza de la Independencia or Independence Square near the city center of Madrid. The gate was commissioned by King Carlos III in 1778 as a way to brighten up the dull looking surroundings of the city. It stands today as a representative of the triumphs of Spain. Pets and service animals are not permitted at Hotel Salamanca. 

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