Housing in Madrid

Housing in Madrid

We know that finding a place to stay in a foreign country can be a real pain. It's not just a matter of finding decent housing, it's also knowing where to go, knowing your way around town and being aware of who you're dealing with. Many landlords take advantage of the disorientation of foreign students new to city to jack up their prices. While practicing your Spanish in real world situations is always a good thing, you might want to avoid doing it with your landlord unless you're really good. Housing is, after all, an important part of your overall study abroad experience. At the Argüelles Spanish Language School we have a long-standing relationship with our trusted providers of housing in Madrid, all conveniently located in central areas of Madrid near public transportation. Our providers are used to dealing with foreign students and the housing we provide is of very high quality. And for those students keen on total Spanish language immersion, we are very pleased to offer Home Stay with a Spanish Family.

Whichever housing option you choose, it will be ready for you to move in on Sunday afternoon so be sure to arrange to arrive on this day if you're coming from outside of Madrid. Stays are charged per week and departures are on Saturday mornings, though some flexibility is possible if you need to catch a later flight and it is possible to buy a few extra nights. Speak with your course counsellor for more info.

All students residing in any one of our Housing in Madrid options must abide by our RULES OF CONDUCT. A student who breaks any of these rules forfeits their deposit and repeated violations may lead to expulsion from the program. Students living with families must also follow the house rules of their family.

RULES OF CONDUCT IN STUDENT HOUSING IN MADRID

1. No parties.

2. Loss of keys will lead to the withholding of the deposit. If the keys are stolen, 30€ will be deducted from the deposit.

3. No sleep-overs by people who don't live in the residence.

4. No changing rooms without first advising the Housing Department.

5. No making noise during Quiet Hours. Quiet Hours start at 11:00 PM.

6. No alcohol.

7. No smoking.

8. No illegal substances.

9. No animals (with the exception of seeing-eye dogs).

10. No sleeping in others' beds.

11. Any damage or breakage will lead to the withholding of the deposit.

12. No eating in bedrooms.

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