Description and Notice
Reservations accepted
Yes, for large groups only
Contact Info
Private

Plaza de Jerónimo Morán Alonso
24722 León
Spain

Landline
+34 987 631 621
Mobile
+34 616 089 942
Hospitalero
Isabel Rodríguez Morán
Practical Info
Months open
ALL YEAR
Open
24h
Close
23:00
Total Beds
72
Price
10
Pilgrim only?
Yes
Founded
1996
Kitchen
Kitchen
Yes
Microwave
Yes
Refrigerator
Yes
Stove
Yes
Facilities
Dining room
Yes
Lounge
Yes
Terrace
Yes
Laundry
Clothesline
Yes
Wash basin
Yes
Washer
Yes
Food
Bar / Restaurant
Yes
Services
Bike storage
Yes
Internet
Yes

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

We stayed here in June 2022, and the ladies were absolutely lovely. A nice patio garden and bar with the Albergue attached. This Albergue had maybe one fly lazily buzzing around the room as opposed to the 10+ I’m now more used to. 10€ a bed and almost everyone had a bottom bunk, though some requested a top bunk. Nice cool stone floors in the room and a very clean bathroom. The bathroom is a bit small, but it’s not terrible. This was a much needed moment of peace on the Camino. Come by and say hello, and don’t miss the Vespers service at 7pm or the pilgrim Mass at 9pm down the road!

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Its the camino for god sake. People are so fast to write a negative comment over the smallest things. I almost didn’t go here because of the comments. Glad I went with my gut! Place is totally Camino spirit. And remember if you go in with a big smile and your best bad Spanish nobody can be mad or rude to you. Had the best time here. Read between the lines in the comment sections! Some people are just negative 🤷🏼‍♀️

michael

The bunk beds are crammed in with bunk beds pushed together. Very uncomfortable arrangement

michael

No heat, big deal when it’s close to freezing, no Internet in the private room I’m in (not sure if other places have it), no lock on door in private room. A big maze of a mess. Extremely disappointing.

michael

I think that this albergue needs some renovation, as bescriped above these points were ok for in ‘70 but nowadays people want more en better accommodation The people are verry nice and helpfull

michael

The english staff was great, friendly, and very nice.
I was in a Public dormitory with about 30 beds, not bad. Nice garden, you can wash your clothes by hand and they have a machine that dries for free, but after that you have to hang out the loundry because they are not completely dry.
And dont forget the english tea time at 4 oclock! It is free and you can enjoy talking!
I would recommend this.

michael

It has a nice vibe. Beds are a bit cramped in and we got a bad choice by the door. Showers okay. There's a kitchen but only 2 gas rings to use. Nice coffee. It is what it is.

michael

Now bunkbeds cost 10 €. Only one shower, but nice garden.

michael

Albergue seems to be the side business and the main thing here is the bar where everyone from village comes in the evening. I was here on Saturday and it is very uncomfortable to hung your laundry right next to the people eating in the bar. I felt that I’m bothering them but the albergue doesn’t understand the problem. It is very noisy and every time you want to go out of albergue, you have to pass through the full bar. Also all the time it smells of food. The beds in the dormitory are cramped but at least because of Covid there are less people. Showers and bathroom are clean, hot water. Hospitalero was friendly and nice. It’s a pity that the huge bar kills the vibe.

michael

There is a room that doesn’t have the door, only a curtain and the only windows face the courtyard where there is a bard. It’s open till 10pm and later the staff stays to clean. It is impossible to sleep in this room. They have other rooms (with proper doors and windows facing outside) but even though I booked a place the day before, i got this room. If you stay here ask specifically for the room with doors that can be closed!