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Chueca is one of the best areas of Madrid to stay in, and you can find all of the district's best accommodation options with's search engine. We have the low down on the best places to sleep near Chueca, from large scale modern hotels to smaller places that are off the beaten track. Check out photographs and reviews by past visitors and be sure to compare the rating of all the Hotels in Chueca, Madrid. You can also call up detailed location maps so that if you need to be close to the museums and art galleries, we can find you the ideal place to stay. Book early with us and secure big discounts, making the task of finding holiday accommodation easier than ever.

What's Chueca Like?

Chueca is an elegant district of the Spanish capital that is located a short distance from the centre of town. Also known as Justicia, the area around Chueca Metro station is a lively party area, with excellent bars and restaurants, as well as theatres and art galleries. The area is very close to the world-famous Prado Museum with its artistic treasures, as well as the similarly enthralling Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum with its modern art collection. Also in the neighbourhood are the National Archaeological Museum, the Museum Cerralbo and the peace and quiet of Madrid's favourite park, the Parque del Retiro. Anyone staying in Hotels in Chueca, Madrid will also be conveniently sited for visits to the Bernabeu Stadium to see Real Madrid, or to the Vicente Calderon Stadium to see their rivals Athletico. With the Royal Palace close by as well, Chueca is a great place to stay if you want to see all of Madrid.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Madrid

Also known as Madrilenos, the people of Madrid are very approachable and friendly, although learning a few Spanish phrases will always help. Make the most out of your visit by asking around for the best places to eat, away from the tourist crowds near the Prado. Try the Ríos Rosas or Jesus districts for some of the best high quality cheap eats in town. If you are visiting around New Year, be sure to head to the Puerta del Sol to join in the city's famous festivities, but Madrid has events throughout the year. Head to the Plaza de 2 de mayo in May to celebrate the city's uprising against the French in 1808 - and take a bottle of red wine with you. Aside from that, get to know the excellent Metro system, and be sure to head out of town to see the breath-taking Escorial Palace. See everything in Madrid with a booking via

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