Hostal JQ Madrid Reviews
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Expensive, not a proper hostel, there are no common areas and no kitchen, we were forced to eat out every day or snack in our room. The lady at reception tried to be nice but her lack of English made it difficult to communicate ( she would repeat words in Spanish as if we were deaf instead of getting someone to help; I speak enough Spanish to get by, but my trip mates did not). Good WiFi , close to restaurants and San Miguel Market, but will probably not return there. more like a hotel room