Laundry facility a 50m walk from the albergue.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
sleeping here tonight. no dryer. as others said, many rules: you’re not allowed to wash your clothes yourself. it takes them 45 minutes to wash your clothes. then you go to a dryer/laundry shop (2 euros) to dry them. not allowed to dry your clothes in the room. mosquitoes? maybe bed bugs? not sure.
$18 euro, but they wash clothes for you. Provide breakfast there or to go which I appreciated. Rooms had lockers. Bedrooms of 4 which was nice. Smelled a little musty.
This albergue is expensive and not worth the money. They have so many rules that you feel unwelcome. Our party was split into two rooms and two women are now in a room with 4 other men who are all snoring. The bathrooms are gender mixed, and so tiny you have no space to change or put anything. For 18 euro there isn’t even soap. I haven’t slept a wink. The hospitaleros only care about their arbitrary rules and not about the pilgrims rest.
I turned up in January and it wasn’t open and the phone was not picked up so don’t count on it being open
Auch ich kann mich den Erfahrungen der anderen Pilger nur anschließen.Absolut unfreundliche und unsauberer Herberge. Zudem sind die Räume nicht geheizt und es ist sehr kalt. Lieber 2 km weiter bis zur Alberque Playa de POO gehen.