x The average starting price for a place to stay in Faro is £12 per night.
hannah.haddad Lovely homey hostal, with nice outdoor space, and airy rooms with a veranda. The kitchen is equipped *superbly* and you can also opt in for a traditional portuguese dinner cooked for you. there's wifi and a computer to use for free, staff were very helpful regarding directions around faro, theres a big cheap supermarket nearby, and you're a short walk from the boats to nearby islands, we went to ila deserta- completely conserved, only one (expensive) restaurant; the rest is just endless beach.... paradise
Rua Doutor Cândido Guerreiro, 33Excellent 90%
Nik. The location is right behind the trainstation, a little dodgy when you arrive late. We were staying in a double room which was located in another house, so we had no kitchen, which wasn't a problem for one night. The room and the bathroom were nicely renovated and clean. The bed was just a matress on the floor and the linen was polyester (a bit sweaty). Fan was provided. We didn't use the facilities of the main hostel so no info here.
Largo da Estacao 5Good 72%
x-rose Sleepin Faro was a nice place to stay. It's a good hostel for people who don't need unnecessary facilities, you pay for what you use and so there are no extra's. The rooms are simple and good. The bathrooms and kitchen as well, and they were clean. The people working for Sleepin Faro are nice and welcoming! The thing I liked most is that it's open 24h and you can go out without worrying about going back before a certain time. The location of the hostel is perfect! It's less then 5 minutes walking to the bars/pubs/restaurants and shops. The harbour is also nearby. I enjoyed my stay, even though I was only there for one night. I would definitely go back, when I'm going to Faro again :)
gemmaeasto Really nice room with air con and lots of space. Staff were especially friendly and helpful. Would recommend it to anyone.
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