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Way Hostel

C/Relatores 17, Madrid, Spain, Distance from city centre: 0.3km

Rating: 89% from 42 reviews

  • 91%Atmosphere
  • 96%Staff
  • 87%Security
  • 84%Cleanliness
  • 95%Location
  • 89%Value for money
  • 83%Facilities

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  • Excellent place, Cool Staffs, Nice Atmosphere and great location!!!
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  • 06 Apr 2015 Anonymous Brazil
  • This hostel was amazing! They gave us so many opportunities to learn about Madrid, for both the history and the nightlife! Everyone of the staff members were generous and helpful. We love the pub crawls and the tapas tour, the walking tour was also very informative, Harriet was hilarious and definitely knew what she was talking about! Hope to come to this hostel again someday!
  • 91%
  • 30 Mar 2015 Giovanna USA
  • I loved staying at Way Hostel. I stayed with a few friends for five nights and we all agreed it was the best hostel we had stayed in till date! The free walking tour was great for learning all these fun facts about Madrid. I especially loved all the activities the hostel had planned for the guests, especially the Flamenco show and the pub crawls. I would stay here again if I went back to Madrid.
  • 97%
  • 30 Mar 2015 Nidhi USA
  • When will hostels learn, really very few guests enjoy the loud music. EVERYONE I talked to (here and other places) said they would prefer quieter background music so they don't have to yell to be heard. I believe this music volume is left to staff members personal preferences, with no real regard to guests. Most guests have their own music.
  • 77%
  • 16 Feb 2015 Anonymous USA
  • It's hard to find really great/unique hostels in Madrid, but Way Hostel is a solid option! Pros: It's clean, secure (buzz-in at front door, key cards for rooms, lockers in rooms) and perfectly located near both Atocha train station (3 metro stops or a 15-minute walk) and the city center/Plaza del Sol. The restrooms, while not ensuite, are still very private. Cons: Wi-Fi available in the lobby/common area only, and it did seem more difficult to meet other solo travelers than in other hostels.
  • 89%
  • 20 Oct 2014 Anonymous USA
  • Great hostel.. One of the best I've stayed.. They have activites everyday and cheap transportation for a day in Toledo with the friendly Gaston, great guy.. Thanks for a very pl
  • 100%
  • 06 Oct 2014 Daniel Mexico
  • Great location, great staff, great price, good and fun atmosphere. Definitely one of the best hostels I've stayed in. The wi-fi is kind of dicey, but you're not in Spain to be on Google! 10/10, would recommend.
  • 97%
  • 19 Aug 2014 Anonymous USA
  • Truly amazing! The staff is incredible! Great time, thank you Yes Hostel!!
  • 100%
  • 08 Aug 2014 Juan
  • Amazing hostel experinece. I've travelled the whole world: Asia, Australia, America and Europe. This hostel is one of the best. Private bathrooms, sturdy metal beds, kitchen, stocked beer fridge. And then of-course the entertainment is what makes it stand out from the rest. Drinking games and organized pub crawl, followed by a FREE walking tour by the one and only Harriot of Glastonbury (we love you Harriot!). Would stay here again without hesitation!
  • 100%
  • 21 Jul 2014 Anonymous Ireland
  • This hostel was not only affordable, but was also very dedicated to providing exceptional service to their guests. I wouldn't really recommend the pub crawl there if your on a budget, or the paella night, but there is a supermarket literally I the same street and their kitchen is almost always available with whatever you will need like pots and pans. The location is also great, because you are so close to. The puerta de sol, which is the center of the city. Had a great stay here!
  • 100%
  • 18 Jul 2014 Anonymous USA
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