Contact Info
Type: 
Private
Phone: 
987 390 192
687 300 666
Email: 
alberguesanantoniodepadua@hotmail.com
Hospitalero: 
Pepe Giner
Photo in Albergue San Antonio de Padua on the Camino de Santiago
Practical Info
Reservations accepted: 
Yes
Total Beds: 
60
Price: 
10
Months open: 
ALL YEAR
Open: 
11:30
Close: 
22:00

Stuff

Private Rooms
Double room: 
30
Laundry
Washer: 
Yes, 3€
Dryer: 
Yes, 3€
Wash basin: 
Yes
Clothesline: 
Yes
Facilities
Dining room: 
Yes
Lounge: 
Yes
Terrace: 
Yes
Food
Breakfast: 
Yes
Dinner: 
Yes
Vegetarian: 
Yes
Services
Food and Drink: 
Yes
Internet: 
Yes, computers
Bike storage: 
Yes
Public Phone: 
Yes
Other accommodation: 

Comments

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

A large room with bunks spaced out. Pleasant garden area to relax in. Food was top notch with beautiful presentation. Even fresh churros for breakfast. Breakfast was from 6:30

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

Stayed here for the second time. This time there were less pilgrims, so really quite for a good rest! The room with bunk beds is spacious and lots of clean showers/toilets. I enjoyed the meal! Salad (real tasty, not the forever salada mixta), gazpacho, veg paella (fresh, no microwave) and s crepe as desert. From 7 they serve breakfast.
Worth to stay!

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

We really liked this albergue. We booked 2 x twin rooms for 30 euros each. Dinner and breakfast were some of the best we have had on the camino. Volunteers were all really nice and efficient. Bathroom clean. I didn’t had that much hot water but the others did. Would recommend.

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

Not the best. I’d suggest staying at the casa de Jesus for €7. San Antonio de Padua is €10 for a bed and the bunks are all in one large room. Most of the bunks are pushed right together so you’ll be sleeping side by side. Good for couples I suppose. Bed comes with a blanket.
WiFi is about 1Mbps, very slow,
Dinner was nicely presented, but I’ve had better. It was salad, soup, paella, a crepe for €11, no options.

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

Not the best. I’d suggest staying at the casa de Jesus for €7. San Antonio de Padua is €10 for a bed and the bunks are all in one large room. Most of the bunks are pushed right together so you’ll be sleeping side by side. Good for couples I suppose. Bed comes with a blanket.
WiFi is about 1Mbps, very slow,
Dinner was nicely presented, but I’ve had better. It was salad, soup, paella, a crepe for €11, no options.

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

Hosts were gracious and the meal was one of the best I’ve had so far. The price of the double did go up from what is listed on Wise Pilgrim but it was worth it! 50 for a double.

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

Wi-for so weak it only seems to allow about two devices to connect at any one time.