In this post, we list your options in Madrid for storing your bags from left luggage lockers at airports and train stations to the shared economy “Airbnb-style” storage.
- Luggage Storage – (the Airbnb method)
- Train Station
- Traditional Storage Facilities
- Free Tours By Foot
LUGGAGE STORAGE IN MADRID (THE AIRBNB METHOD)
Every piece of luggage is covered with an insurance policy of €1500 per bag against theft or damage. You also receive a tamper-proof seal upon check-in.
Their prices are affordable at €6 per bag for the first 24 hours and €4 per bag for every day after that.
You must reserve and pay for your chosen location on their website. The great thing is that if you change your mind you won’t be charged anything for canceling your reservation at any time as long as the reservation has not started yet.
If you have any issues, you can reach their customer service from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm (9:00-19:00).
Click here to learn more and make a reservation.
Madrid is serviced by a few of Nannybag’s competitors also, which means there are more locations and benefits for you to choose from.
Stasher (formerly CityStasher)
Stasher makes it easy to start sightseeing as soon as you land, or do some last-minute exploring after checking out of your accommodation with their €6 per bag per day luggage storage.
All reservations include €750 of per-bag insurance, a tamper-proof seal, and 24-hour customer service by phone or website.
Click here for more information.
BagBnb partners with a myriad of local businesses such as bike rental shops, laundromats, hotels, restaurants, and cafes to safely hold onto your luggage while you explore Madrid.
They call these locations “Angels,” and it will cost €5 per bag for 24 hours for an Angel to keep your bags. Keep in mind that reservations are non-refundable or cancellable once you make them online.
The price includes insurance of up to €200 for each bag.
Click here to make your reservations.
LUGGAGE STORAGE AT THE AIRPORT
Madrid Barajas Airport
Excess Baggage Company operates a luggage deposit out of the Madrid Airport, which could make exploring during long layovers very convenient. Every bag will be subject to inspection and x-rays.
Locations and Times:
- Terminal T4 on Arrivals Hall, Floor 0 – Open 24 Hours
- Terminal T1 by Baggage Claim, Floor 0 – Open 24 Hours
- Terminal T2, on Arrivals Hall, Floor 1 – Open 5:00 am – 22:00 (10:00 pm)
- 0 – 2 hours: €6
- 2 – 24 hours: €10
- Each additional 24 hours: €10
- One Week: €50
While the location is convenient, the prices are a bit high – why not check out the Airbnb-style storage above?
LUGGAGE STORAGE AT MADRID TRAIN STATIONS
Madrid Atocha Railway Station
If you’re using the Atocha train station, leaving your bags at their left luggage facility could be convenient – as long as you can work with their opening hours. They’re located next to the tropical garden and open from 5:30 am – 22:20 (10:20 pm).
Prices per Day:
- Small bag: €3.10
- Medium bag: €3.60
- Large bag: €5.20
TRADITIONAL LUGGAGE STORAGE FACILITIES
Lock and Be Free is a more traditional luggage storage company with three locations in Madrid, and a few others throughout Spain. The facilities have 24-hour security cameras and free wifi within the building.
- Toledo Str., 41
- Jardines Str., 11
- San Bartolome Str., 8
- Access to Lockers: 24 hours
- Office: 9:00 am 21:00 (9:00 pm)
Prices per Day:
- Small Locker: €5
- Large Locker: €8
Traveling to other cities as well? Check out our luggage storage post for solutions in all major European and North American cities, or click below: