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Madrid Hotels

Here you can find and book the most cheap Madrid hotels when you decide visiting Spain to watch Cristiano Ronaldo playing or training.

If you are a Cristiano Ronaldo fan, you probably already thought about travelling to Spain and go watch a game or a training session from Real Madrid. One of the problems for that to happen, is the fact it can be very expensive. Here you may look for some suggestions to find cheap Madrid hotels, so you can save some money when booking online hotel reservations.

List of Madrid Hotels:

Astoria Prado (2 star): Situated in the heart of the old town of Madrid, this small hostal / hotel was completely renewed when it opened its doors back in 1993. It occupies the fifth floor of a building which was constructed around 1890.

Santander Sol (2 star): Santander is a cheap hotel near the heart of Madrid. Being close to one of the most well known squares in Spain, "La Puerta del Sol", makes this hotel very convenient to reach the most popular Madrid attractions on foot.

Abba Atocha Lavapies (3 star): The Abba Atocha Hotels are ideally located in the centre of Madrid, close to the historical and artistic heart of the city (El Prado, and Thyssen Bornemisza Museums), and the Atocha railway station.

Ac Arganda Prado (4 star): The AC Arganda Hotels are located near the A3 highway, which links directly to Madrid's center (which is 15 miles away), and approximately 16 miles from Madrid Barajas Airport.

Hotel Villa Real (5 star): A classic among Madrid's luxury hotels, thanks to its long tradition and the quality of its service in several countries. The Villa Real is a five-star hotel in the centre of Madrid, located near the Plaza de las Cortes. It provides an unique opportunity to visit the museum triangle formed by the Museo del Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Queen Sofia Foundation.

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