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#4487 - 08/09/02 09:09 AM Madrid:Holiday apartments
beckham Offline

Registered: 07/02/01
Posts: 64
Loc: ireland
Is it possible to rent an apartment for a week in Madrid, I plan to return sometime around December 2002, I searched some of the old threads on the subject, but alot were for long term rental, the only web link thats useful is , seems ok, but is that the typical price, is there cheaper, more expensive etc

#4488 - 08/09/02 10:35 AM Re: Madrid:Holiday apartments
MadridMan Offline

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Registered: 05/06/00
Posts: 9072
Loc: Madrid, Spain (was Columbus, O...
Hi beckham! Did you check the list on MadridMan\'s Madrid Apartments ? Nearly all of those are for short term or long term rental. I think the one you list above is probably even the cheapest and best located apartment (Huertas) in Madrid. The others are a little more expensive but most have good locations like near Puerta del Sol, Gran Vía, and Barrio Lucero ("MY" neighborhood - along the Paseo de Extremadura).

Good luck! Anyone else have ideas? Have a nice weekend, everyone!

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#4489 - 08/09/02 10:44 AM Re: Madrid:Holiday apartments
beckham Offline

Registered: 07/02/01
Posts: 64
Loc: ireland
Thanks MadridMan - no I didn't have a look , but will now. I think my glasses might need cleaning as I didnt even see that icon!!
:o becks

#4490 - 08/10/02 08:17 PM Re: Madrid:Holiday apartments
cecile Offline
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Registered: 08/10/02
Posts: 2
i will be going to madrid for two weeks in october. before i found this site, i found soft guide madrid web site . they listed all sorts of short term rentals in different price range. i made a reservation to principe 11 . sounds nice, and affordable. has anyone else ever stayed there? i sure would appreciate hearing from anyone who has. i still would have time to cancel, if the consensus is, that it's a dump.
any other reccommendations? thanks alot :-)

#4491 - 09/04/02 01:59 AM Re: Madrid:Holiday apartments
Jana Offline

Registered: 04/13/02
Posts: 188
Loc: Tucson
We stayed in the apartment on Huertas that is linked in Beckham's first post and HIGHLY recommend it. I don't know how they can afford to rent it out so cheaply. 50 euros per night with a three night minimum. We only needed a place for 2 nights, so paid for 3 and were still thrilled!

Rosa and Alberto, the owners are so friendly and helpful. The location is superb. We put our 2 kids on the sofa bed and avoided cramming 4 people into a hotel room. We will definitely be returning.

#4492 - 09/04/02 05:23 AM Re: Madrid:Holiday apartments
Chrissiij Offline

Registered: 06/19/02
Posts: 181
Loc: London, UK
I have booked this apartment for use in early October. The owners are incredibley friendly, and from what other people have said, it's great value for money, and in a very handy location.


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