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BEST PARTY HOSTEL IN MADRID CENTER

WHY WE ARE YOUR HOSTEL IN MADRID

LOTS OF FREEBIES
WiFi, Walking tours and more…

LOTS OF ACTIVITIES
and a great bar! Pubcrawl, Tapas Tour, Flamenco…

UNIQUE BUILDING
Sleep in a 17th century palace.

CENTRAL LOCATION
No need to use public transport to visit Madrid city center.

HOSTEL IN MADRID CENTER WITH ALL YOU NEED

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Calle Cañizares, 6 28012, Madrid
+34 91 369 28 07
info@catshostel.com
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CAT’S HOSTEL MADRID

Hostel with central location in Madrid. We are nearby everything worth seeing in Madrid. Cat’s Hostel Madrid is in the center of the city and this means that you can walk to all the main historical monuments, museums, shops, restaurants and Madrid’s best night life.
To get around the center you don’t need the subway, but in case you do, you have it close by.

FACILITIES

FREE Wi-Fi
BAR
24 H. RECEPTION
CHILL OUT AREA
AA / HEATER

How to get to Cat’s Hostel

The metro stop closest to Cat’s is Anton Martin (line 1, light blue), once you are at this station, FOLLOW the exit for “Calle Atocha” and continue straight up the street (following the direction of traffic) for approximately 2 minutes (you are going to pass a Burger King). Then take the first street on the left, which is Calle Cañizares where the hostel is located. The hostel is number 6 on the right-hand side.

How to get to Cat’s Hostel from Airport Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas

  • By Metro

Approximate time: 45 min.
Take the pink line (Line 8) until the last stop, “Nuevos Ministerios”. There you will have to transfer to the dark blue line (Line 10) towards Tribunal and finally you will transfer to the light blue line (Line 1). Get off at the stop for “Anton Martin”.

  • By taxi

Approximate time: 30 min.
Approximate cost is 30€

How to get to Cat’s Hostel from Chamartín Train Station or Atocha Train Station.

From Atocha Train Station

  • By Metro

Approximate Time: 5 min.

Approximate Cost: 1,5€

Once you get off the train, look for the metro logo and follow those signs.

They are shaped like a diamond and say “metro” in the center. Take the light blue line (Line 1) towards Antón Martín. It will only be 2 stops. There are signs on the wall that tell you all of the metro stops so that you know which direction you’re going towards and which side of the platform to get on.

  • By Foot

Approximate Time: 17 min.

Once you leave the train station head towards Plaza Emperador Carlos V. Turn right onto Plaza Emperador Carlos V. Turn left onto Calle de Santa Isabel.

Turn left onto Calle del Hospital. Turn right onto Calle de Santa Isabel. Turn left onto Calle Magdalena. Turn right onto Calle Cañizares. The destination will be on your left, number 6. Look for the big windows that say Cat’s Hostel!

  • By Taxi

Approximate Time: 10 min.

Approximate Cost: 6€

From Charmartín Train Station

  • By Metro

Approximate Time: 5 min.

Approximate Cost: 2€

When you get off your train look for the metro. There will be signs for you to follow that lead you in the right direction towards the metro. There will be blue machines where you can buy your metro ticket. Take the dark blue line (Line 10) towards “Plaza Castilla.” Make sure you look at the signs to make sure you’re going on the right side of the platform. Get off at “Plaza Castilla” and transfer to the light blue line (Line 1) towards the stop “Antón Martín.”

  • By Taxi

Approximate Time: 15 min.

Approximate Cost: 12-15€

How to get Cat’s Hostel

CAT’S HOSTEL MADRID ROOMS

PRIVATE TWIN ROOMS

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PRIVATE TWIN ROOMS
DOUBLE BED ENSUITE

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FEMALE DORMS

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MALE ROOMS

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SMALL ROOMS

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LARGE ROOM

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FACILITIES AT CAT’S HOSTEL MADRID

THE CAVE

Our basement club where we organize dinners, shows, concerts and parties.
But hey, it’s not only that! You can even have breakfast here!

THE PATIO

Open every day until 11 PM
An 18th century Arab-style courtyard and the hostel’s centerpiece where you can chill out and meet fellow travelers.

THE BAR

Open 7 PM- 1 AM
The place to relax after a tiring day of sightseeing with a glass of sangría and make some new friends.

ACTIVITIES

FREE CAT’S CITY TOUR

Join our specialized tour guides to learn about the most symbolic corners of Madrid (at least the most symbolic of the day) and Madrid’s main monuments.

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CAT´S HOSTEL PUB CRAWL

Come to our pub crawl to have big fun. We offer: 1 beer/ Spanish Sangria/ shot at the meeting point bar Cat’s Cave, 2 more bars, and entrance to a club.

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TAPAS EXPERIENCE

Everyone wants to think that the most important sport in Spain is Football (soccer), but don’t be fooled. The most important sport in Spain is “tapeo”.

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