FAQ of the Hostal Besaya
What time is check-in and check-out?
Check-in from 14:00, Check-out until 12:00 (midday).
Can I leave the room late?
Can I choose the type of beds in my room? (large bed – two beds)
Yes, you can choose a double bed or two beds in the double rooms. And in the triples, 3 beds or a double bed and a single bed.
Do the rooms have a balcony or terrace? Can I book one?
All the external rooms have a balcony.
Are there rooms for non-smokers?
How many floors are there in the building? Is there a lift?
The building has 9 floors. Yes, there are 2 lifts.
Is there air-conditioning in the rooms? Does it work all year round?
The Hostel offers rooms with air conditioning in the rooms and works all year.
Is your hotel adapted for disabled people?
Can you take care of my luggage when I leave the room?
Where can I park my car in a safe place? How much does it cost?
There are two public car parks 50 metres from the hostel; the cost is approximately €25/day (2010).
Is there any internet or email access in the hotel for clients?
Do they offer high-speed internet in the room for my laptop? Is it wireless (no cables)?
What languages do they speak at reception?
Spanish and English.
How far are you from the Puerta del Sol?
How far are you from the Prado Museum?
How much does a taxi from the airport cost?How long does it take?
Approximately €25, depending on the time and, above all, the traffic, about 20-40 minutes.
In what kind of a neighbourhood are you?
We are located in the Centre, on the iconic Gran Vía, a place where the Universidad and Malasaña districts meet, full of life and colour…
I am travelling to attend a trade fair at IFEMA: will it be easy to reach from your hotel?
With exceptional transport links thanks to a large network of roads, trains, metro, and 4 bus lines, which allow you to reach the city centre in just 12 minutes and connect by metro with the Airport by going just 1 stop.
By car: The Feria de Madrid exhibition centre is connected by road with the main access routes and ringroad of Madrid: M 11 (Exits 5 and 6), M 40 (Exits 5, 6 and 7) and A2 (Exit 7). The South, North and East Entrances to the exhibition ground allow direct access to the different parking areas.
Plane: Madrid Barajas airport is located just 10 minutes from the exhibition ground, and only 15 kilometres from the city centre, which it is connected to by Metro (Station Aeropuerto). Now one of the main international airports, with its new T-4, it guarantees daily connections to the Feria de Madrid from all the cities in Spain and all over the world.
Metro: From any point in the city you can get to the Feria de Madrid on Line 8-Station Campo de las Naciones, for which the exit brings you out at the South Entrance to the ground. This line also connects the exhibition grounds with the various terminals of Barajas International Airport.
Buses: A large network of buses enables you to get to the Feria de Madrid from various places in the city:
Line 112-Mar de Cristal-Alameda de Osuna-Feria de Madrid.
Line 122-Avda. de América-Campo de las Naciones-Feria de Madrid.
Line 828-Universidad Autónoma-Alcobendas-Canillejas-Feria de Madrid.
Special Service S.E. (Servicio Especial) on exhibition days-Canillejas-Feria de Madrid.
Taxi: With ranks at each of the entrances to the exhibition ground, more than 15,000 taxis available to visitors of the Feria de Madrid.