Description and Notice

Restaurant and WIFI from adjacent hotel of same name are available for pilgrim use. To get there, follow the camino as it climbs out of Villafranca. The albergue also has a small shop. Dormitory prices vary by size of room and upper vs. lower bunk.

Accetta prenotazioni
Yes
Contact Info
Private

Hospital, 4
09257 Burgos
Spagna

Landline
+34 947 582 150
Hospitalero
Ana Suarez
Practical Info
Mesi di apertura
Mid MAR - Mid NOV
Apre
11:00
Chiude
21:30
Numero totale dei letti
40
Prezzo
15
Solo per pellegrini
Yes
Data di fondazione
2009
Private Rooms
Stanza singola
40
Stanza doppia
50
Kitchen
Microonde
Yes
Facilities
Sala da pranzo
Yes
Sala
Yes
Terrazza
Yes
Laundry
Filo stendibiancheria
Yes
Asciugatrice
Yes
Lavandino
Yes
Lavatrice
Yes
Food
Colazione
Yes
Cena
Yes
Bar/Ristorante
Yes
Vegetariano
Yes
Services
Parcheggio bici protetto
Yes, washing too.
Internet
Yes

Comments

michael

The hotel looked beautiful and dinner was good. The albergue was super crowded and some of the toilets and showers did not work. No toilet paper. I would not go back

michael

15 people in one room, not ventilated well at all. The surroundings are super beautiful.

michael

Treated ourselves to a private room with own bathroom (+shower spa)! 45 euro. Worth it! Lovely break - arrived early and enjoyed our main meal meal at 2.30pm in the hotel which was excellent! Bar is very cosy with locals popping in. Great place to stay for a bit of luxury on this road.

michael

Great albergue. Stayed in room with single beds and no bunks. Clean and comfortable. Plenty of line space for drying washing. No washing machines, dryers or kitchen. Good dinner at adjoining restaurant.

michael

Enjoyed this place, choice of single bed or bed beds,2€ more for single bed. Great food.

michael

I had my bags sent to Albergue San Antonio Abad then spent 2 1/2 hours chasing them. They were not on cafeteria but behind a pillar in Hotel Reception - she thought it was funny. I don’t think the hotel/Albergue likes or encourages bag forwarding so maybe skip this one?

michael

This albergue is awesome. And they have the best bar of any on the Camino Frances.

michael

Good hot showers, good peregrino meal in restaurant which is a bit like hotel dining. Better than the truck stop bar. We stayed in albergue with single beds very nice and you can get a blanket at reception. Liked it.

michael

Unlike the complainant above, my bag was waiting in plain sight by the reception when I arrived. The staff were friendly, helpful, and efficient. The pilgrims meal was some of the best food so far along the trail. The albergue dorm beds were a flat €10, with quality woollen blanket and clean cotton sheets provided. The building is grand and excellently maintained. The only weak point was the pilgrims kitchen, which is very basic - it only has a microwave oven (no stove or kettle).

michael

Still closed for covid