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Las Musas Hostel Reviews

C/Jesus Y Maria 12, Madrid, Spain

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7215 Total Reviews
  • 88%Value For Money
  • 87%Security
  • 90%Location
  • 91%Staff
  • 86%Atmosphere
  • 86%Cleanliness
  • 84%Facilities

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Hostel seems to be going through a renovation which is fine if there's a pre warning, it was abit messy when your still paying full price. The walking tour, paella night and pub crawl were all great


The hostel is great. Close to the metro and almost everything is in a walking distance. The staff is very helpful. The rooms are clean, and with new forniture.


Good value for money. Clean rooms, breakfast is simple with churros and tea/coffee.


This is a great hostel, very clean and equipped with new gear. Everything is handy and easy to use. Staff always willing to help with a sincere smile in the face, good location close to a metro station and convenience shops, 5 minutes walking from Plaza Del Sol.


Very kind staff. I enjoyed my stay.

  • 6th Sep 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Denmark
  • Female, 41+
  • (1 review)


Excellent Hostel! Second time here, would reccomend it for sure. Clean and safe. Near Tirso de molina train station.


in summer time their rooms can be very hot.we stayed one night and it was very hot but room was clean but hostel is very near the metro also you can walk to centre easily.it doesnt take too much time


Great hostel, great location and very cheap! Staff were friendly and always happy to help - highly recommend this hostel!!


Two of the staff were phenomenal, the other ones were horrible. There are a ton of people at the hostel but most were not into going out or hanging out during the day. There was construction going on which was loud and made the place look ugly. The price was good, but there are better hostels in the area for the same price. Kitchen is closed a ton and is super crowded. Almost no space for food and always full of people cooking. WIFI wasnt good in room


the atomersphere is good.


Excellent into all aspects, the staff does you feel at home.

  • 1st Sep 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Colombia
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


Bed sheets were removed from our beds suddenly, which meant good cleanliness but then no bed sheets meant that we have to go down to the reception every night to collect them. Breakfast corner was pretty small in space but everything was good!


A little bit of a walk from the main attractions. The morning staff were amazing and incredibly helpful... The evening staff not so much. Really big hostel with a decent kitchen... Wifi doesn't work in rooms.


When i arrived, the two guys working in the afternoon on Monday, 25th of August were awesome. Extremely helpful and organised everything very professionally and efficiently. Location was just a stroll into the centre, and the room was very spacious and plenty of ventilation and cooling for the warm climate. Will definitely recommend to friends!!


They have no control over the room's mess. No boundaries. When I got in, my bed was full of other people's stuff and there was only one locker available for both me and my friend. Besides that, the facilities are great, specially the super equipped kitchen.

  • 23rd Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Brazil
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Very very good hotel for young people looking to have a good time and meet lots of people! I was there for 4 nights and enjoyed staying in the hostel maybe more than visiting the tourist attractions! Very fun staff, and the walking tour that they organise was excellent - I highly recommend it. Overall a very positive experience.


Good hostel, clean, free breakfast, big kitchen. Only one bathroom/shower in my large dorm meant some waiting though. The location could also be better explained in the directions - Jesus y Maria is not the first or second street you'll find when in the square after walking out of Tirso de Molina.


Very friendly staff, excellent breakfast. Close to a supermarket if you prefer something different to churros. Very close to tube station. Went on the €10 bike tour which was fantastic! Beds and bathrooms are clean and comfortable. Need to provide your own lock for the locker and the lockers didn't seem to fit large suitcases or backpacks.


Great place with a good kitchen and good rooms. Best parts are the location and all the activities the hostel runs. One thing that bugged me a bit was no wifi in the room but other than that I was very happy


The hostel was situated in a kinds of shady place especially since we arrived at night. In the morning, it looked much better. It offers you yummy churro a for breakfast which is part of your room. They also offer a free walking tour with someone called Harriet who will introduce you to the wonderful city of Madrid .

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