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

A very standard albergue. Small kitchen with microwave hot water kettle, toaster oven, coffee maker. Showers were hot. The emergency lights were super bright and on all night in the bunk area so I put blankets around my bunk...but top bunks probably just had to deal with it. Not exactly worth 15€, but it was clean and not full, so I took it. The other albergue was “closed” until 4pm...turns out you just had to ring the buzzer and they will check you in. Missed opportunity.