The owners of the hostel are truly some of the kindest I have encountered on the Camino. The building itself isn’t the most charming but they have utilized the space well to make it super comfortable and everything was immaculately clean. It’s located a bit before the center but that’s a good thing because it’s quiet and close to an amazing restaurant- Casa Alongos. The beds were comfortable and WiFi is strong. The tacos they serve are more like fajitas (peppers, onions and meat) and the price is a little steep for what they are. However they were so happy to make them and I was so happy to support them. But if you are on a tight budget, you can get more bang for your buck elsewhere. Overall this is a fantastic albergue and I’d definitely stay again.