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Hotel at Barajas airport

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We'll be arriving in Madrid from Segovia in late afternoon. We have a flight to JFK departing at 10:15 am the next day (Delta), meaning that we'll want to arrive at check-in before 7:30. We'll already have spent four nights in Madrid at the start of our 23-night trip. We've made several trips to Spaim

I don't think it's worth it to spend a night in central Madrid, when we'll only have a few hours, and have to wake up around 5 am. Any suggestions for hotels at the airport? We'd prefer 100 euro or a bit less. The main question is about hotels.

I don't see any way of getting from Segovia to Barajas without stopping (by bus or train) in Madrid (a car service would be too expensive). We're flexible about modes of transport.

Thanks for advice -- Steve

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