Contact Info
Phone: 
615 302 390
653 375 727
Email: 
alfredomolinaseca@hotmail.com
Hospitalero: 
Alfredo Álvarez
Practical Info
Pilgrim only?: 
Yes
Reservations accepted: 
Yes
Total Beds: 
59
Price: 
7
Months open: 
APR - OCT
Open: 
12:00
Close: 
23:00
Founded: 
2007

Stuff

Services
Coffee Vending: 
Yes
Food and Drink: 
Yes
Internet: 
Yes, computer
Bike storage: 
Yes
Public Phone: 
Yes
Other accommodation: 

Comments

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Okay but soul free. Kitchen in an unlit outdoor area under the building.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Very nice 3rd floor with all low beds and plenty of room. Clean and fairly new. Dinner was delicious.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

I had a great experience here people wise. The owners were really helpful with blister treatment. I arrived by 2 o'clock and there was still space in the upstairs rooms--these are single beds not bunks with 12 people in each. If you arrive later you will probably land a bunk bed with Many more people in each each room. There was a dinner option for 9euro in town and they give you a ride back in if you want so that you don't have to walk it (it's about a k past center of town which is really nice for morning departure). They also picked us up when dinner was over. Showers weren't anything impressive but there were four of them. They have a very very basic kitchen setup and mini fridge/freezer for guests out in back near laundry area. You can exit at any time out the basement door in morning. They have some small food options there as well but if you don't plan to walk the I back to town, stop at the stores before heading out to albergue. You can reserve too (and possibly ask them to save a single bed for you). Lots of Windows and breeze in top floor room. 7 euro for beds/bunks. They also allowed a few people with injuries to stay an extra night without problems.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Okay for a nice clean bed but nothing more. Not friendly!!

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

The French woman who runs this place is mean, nasty, and rude. My friend and I had our bags sent there last week, fully intending to stay there. When we arrived, the place seemed gloomy, and we were tired so wanted to split a private room. We asked if she had rooms. She said in French (I do speak French) that only French was spoken. Then she said no room. I asked if she knew of a place around that had rooms. She responded "how should I know?". So we picked up our packs and started leaving. She yelled at us saying if we didn't stay we had to pay her 3€, this was not a depot. I told her this never happened before and it's not written anywhere. She said it wasn't her problem. My friend refused to pay so we walked out. She ran after us to the sidewalk threatening that if we didn't pay, we would never find lodging between there and Santiago. I knew that she couldn't do anything. She didn't even have our names. Nevertheless, I gave her 3€, figuring she needed them more than I did. I didn't want her to scream and screech anymore. That was so bizarre and against the spirit of the Camino. Thought I'd share this ugly experience. Beware. If that was how she acted over the bags, I gave to wonder how good the service would be when we needed something. She did speak English when she wanted the money by the way.