Status: 
CLOSED
Contact Info
Type: 
Association
Telefono: 
948 211 712
Email: 
jakobuspilger@paderborn.com
Hospitalero: 
Various, changes every few weeks. From the association in Germany.
Practical Info
Solo per pellegrini: 
Yes
Numero totale dei letti: 
26
Prezzo: 
7
Mesi di apertura: 
MAR - OCT
Apre: 
12:00
Chiude: 
22:00
Data di fondazione: 
2006

Before entering the walls of Pamplona, and just after crossing the river over the bridge of Magdalena, turn left. The albergue is a short way down the road along the river. Very personal care from the German association of pilgrims.

Stuff

Laundry
Lavatrice: 
Yes, 3€
Asciugatrice: 
Yes, 3€
Lavandino: 
Yes
Filo stendibiancheria: 
Yes
Kitchen
Frigo: 
Yes
Facilities
Sala da pranzo: 
Yes
Sala: 
Yes
Terrazza: 
Yes
Food
Colazione: 
2
Services
Internet: 
Yes, WiFi
Parcheggio bici protetto: 
Yes

Comments

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

Wonderfull pilgrim’s albergue in a villa at the riverbank. Coming into Pamplona over the bridge, 200 meters to the left.

The German hospitaleros were very kind and helpful and the beds are good for a very fair price (Euro 7).

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

It was nice that it was just outside the city so it was very quiet but still close to the city - you just take the elevator.
It was in general nice and clean and the staff was friendly. Would recommend.

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

The hosts were very welcoming. Didn’t mind the strict 10 pm curfew or the 6 am wake up. We were only three in our room. Price was €10 for the bed and breakfast.

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

Loved this albergue! Very clean, and I’m fine with the rules. Quiet. Comfortable. About 9 people in our room. They have a spinner for those who hand wash as well, which was very helpful.

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

Some people seem to love this place, but my experience is quite bad. Unfriendly people, doing the "very German[1]" thing with staged check ins, incessant repeating of house rules, asking all kinds of personal questions that determine where you get to sleep, obvious favor playing, and an overall not very welcoming or well appointed albergue. This felt more like boot camp in the German army or half way house jail than an albergue. [1 : and I say this as a German]!