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What neighbourhood to find a cheap room in Madrid (for 30 days).

What neighbourhood to find a cheap room in Madrid (for 30 days).

Old Dec 15, 07, 7:12 am
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What neighbourhood to find a cheap room in Madrid (for 30 days).

What neighbourhood to find a cheap room in Madrid (for 30 days).

I'm looking to rent a room (in an apartment with roomates, as to reduce the cost), but I don't know what part of Madrid is best for that?

I'm looking for a low monthly rent (under 300EUR), including free WIFI, electricity, hot water, simple kitchen, and easy acces to the METRO.

The neighbourhood should have low-cost supermarkets, local take out places, and be a place where students, or low-income families/immigrants live.

That way, I can save money too. Remember, I only need a room for 1 month, so no lengthy rental agreements, contracts, or legal processes please. Just a room.

Thanks.
o, and please let me know if you know of a site that advertises cheap rentals/rooms in Madrid.
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Old Dec 15, 07, 11:01 am
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You're asking people to be incredibly helpful and specific.

Going by the vague and sloppy way you answer questions put to you
http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=756202
(You never did answer which Moda Amiga store you went to in a way that I could understand... I spent ages looking at maps trying to figure out which one it was with the perplexing clues you gave and still never managed)

Seems best to me not to waste any more time, just say

"Tribunal"

and leave you to it.

And good luck with getting free WIFI in your deal!
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Old Dec 15, 07, 11:13 am
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thread closed. Google is your friend! come back once you have learned a bit more about the city, and need specific advice, rather than asking such a broad question. Normally, I don't mind posters doing this, but you have done it over and over again
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