Information Hostal Pizarro
Located at number 14 of Pizarro
Street, the inn is at the heart of Madrid, next to Chueca district.
The inn is inside one of the few Modernist buildings found in the
historic part of the city, and was once the headquarters of the Spanish
newspaper "El Correo."
Its facade is the work of architect Mauricio
Jalvo Millán. Although it includes decorative neogothic details, its
composition is mostly modernist. One of its most notable elements is the
column that supports and divides the balcony, which appears to ve a
winding branch that climbs to the upper floor.
Hostel Pizarro we welcome all types of people. It is important to note
that this is a gay?freindly hostel, where you will find a high degree of
tolerance and respect. You will feel comfortable, and in perfect
harmony, with the inn's personnel as well as with the rest of the
Hostel Pizarro has 17 rooms (10 doubles, 4 triples and 3 singles), and 2
lounges with functional and modern decoration, each with the comforts
of today, including satellite TV, WiFi, minibar, and a safe to keep
your valuables. Each room also has an individual bathroom.
Inagurated in 2009, our facilities have been completely
renovated. The building's façade is set for renewal within Madrid's
Comprehensive Rehabilitation of the area (see sites of interest, videos
and links from the pension) in the coming months.