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All hotels in Madrid Barajas are rated by guests who have visited and stayed there. This means you can read their opinions before you choose and book. A suburb of the Spanish capital, Madrid, the old town of Barajas is connected by good motorway links to the M40 and M11. Barajas is home to Spain's main international airport, approximately twelve kilometres north of Madrid. It is well connected by Renfre trains, the underground metro (lines 5 and 8) and local train line C1; along with a bus service. With four terminals, the airport was recently renamed to Madrid Aldolfo Suarez. Our hotel descriptions include maps, with tips on the best ways to get there, and also the distance to nearby points of interest. You will also find multiple pictures of each hotel including a sample room, so you know what to expect.

From terminal to terrace in Barajas, Madrid offers you a great selection of hotels in Madrid Barajas. If you have time, you might like to consider visiting the town of Barajas. Its central 'plaza' is lined with terraced restaurants and a choice of bars, set around the square. The architectural style is typical of local buildings from the 1940s and 1950s and the area is lined with trees, complementing the mid-twentieth century ambiance and lending it a 'leafy' and relaxing feel. It can be very pleasant for an evening stroll and drinks, or light meal, with reasonable prices, and quite good service too! This could well be an enjoyable break in your journey while passing through Madrid Barajas airport.

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Save time and money by booking in advance with us for your stay in Barajas, Madrid. Nearby, you will find El Capricho de la Alameda de Osuna, also known more simply as Capricho Park. Its gardens are something of a romantic jewel, with lakes, woods and picturesque follies. Nearby is Parque Juan Carlos I, a large park and situated near the Campo de las Naciones complex (or the Madrid Trade Fair centre). This huge green space was opened to commemorate Madrid winning the 'Capital of European Culture' award in 1992. It has gardens, an artificial river and fountains and is a tranquil, refreshing oasis in the summer heat. Popular during weekends and summer evenings, its visitors like to dip their feet in running water and enjoy the show held at the fountains before returning to your hotel and your flight the next morning. At you can rely on the best range of hotels and prices for your overnight stay.

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