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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Bruna Madrid
Stayed here on two occasions. Hostel is in an excellent location and a great price. The owners were pleasant and helpful. All rooms need a key to open from the inside, which I think is a fire hazard.
In the twin room:
Room was clean and functional. However, there is severe noise transmission inside the hotel. You can hear people coughing in a room down the hall. Also, not enough hot water. No kitchen.
In the Apartment: Great facilities, but again issues with the water and noise from the street. Much nicer than the twin room.
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