Left-Luggage Facilities in Madrid

Open 24 hours all year round (Terminal 1 and Terminal 4).

Situated next to the station's tropical garden and open every day.

Situated opposite the Information counter.

Behind the escalator, right next to the platforms. 

A left luggage office with flexible times located in the centre of Madrid.

A left-luggage office in the centre of Madrid, near Plaza Mayor.

Consigna urbana situada en el barrio de Chueca.

Left-luggage facilities near you and a mobile luggage service that even reaches the airport.

Leave your luggage in a convenient locker in the centre of Madrid.

24-hour lockers, laundry serivce, dry cleaner's and professional ironing service, a stone's throw from the Royal Palace.

Drop your luggage off in a shop or a hotel and don´t worry about space issues. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

A network of luggage-storage facilities dotted around the city.

From cafés to souvenir shops, they have sites all over the city where you can drop your bags off.

Located right opposite San Miguel Market, it has 24-hour CCTV monitoring and free Wi-Fi.

The first fully automated left-luggage service in Madrid city centre (3 minutes from Gran Via), where you rent a locker and do not pay per suitcase. Open from 6 am to 2 in the early morning (20 hours a day / 365 days a year).

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