x The average starting price for a place to stay in San Sebastian is £29 per night.
c_hadrys Nice location in the heart of the old town (but as a consequence noisy at night as it is the district where all bars are located!). Rooms are small - there was not enought space to have our suitcases open on the floor, but it's clean, and affordable.
jessica_bu We had a great time. The service was excellent. The people were very friendly and extremly helpful. The rooms were very comfortable and a pleasure to stay in.
kat_spring If you want to stay with a super friendly, funloving and absolutely sincere hostel owner, then Miguel from Pension Amalur is the place for you. Very clean, a great location, (just a couple of streets back from Playa de la Concha) and uber good value. We were a party of 8 and Miguel couldn't have been more accommodating. Best value in town! Gracis Miguel
danstr This Pension was in the perfect part of town, but that means it was pretty loud at night. I didn't have any trouble sleeping, though. The beds were not amazing, but alright, and the restrooms were clean and stocked. Overall, this was a fine place to stay for a few nights in San Sebastian...which is a GREAT place to visit!
Stephan39 A really great hostel with really great people. The location is perfect and the staff is fun to hang out with! I'd come back any time.
anneleen.d It's a top location! With a nice vue over the Plaza de la constitucion. With lots of nice bars that suround this cute little house. A real recommondation for backpackers.
huw1 Arrived at 9pm and Kati was there to meet us. Lovely lady - no English but very friendly. Room was clean, two toilets and a shower outside. For the price and the location you can't beat this place - right in the middle of the old town and because on 5th floor no noise from the busy bars and restaurants outside.
catpantiru It wasn’t clear for me that Hospedaje Donosti@ B&B is actually a flat located at the 5th floor in a block of flats.(but don't be scared:there are 2 lifts working in the building and also some wheelchair facilities). It is located very close to the Concha beach (3 minutes walk) and you have to bring your car in a restricted area (where there is a sign ‘’access forbidden) to load and unload the luggage. But this doesn’t seem to be a real problem, because nobody seems to respect those signs (or maybe the police is more understanding with the tourists?). But that was all about nasty surprises. Amalia and Luz are very kind and very nice both of them. You couldn’t imagine a better host. Luz will give you all the information you need (in a equally convivial and professional manner) and you will discover that Donostia-San Sebastian is a jewellery town and practically has everything for everybody. There is a beach for every taste (Ondarette, La Concha and Zuriola ) and a lot of nice bars and restaurants nearby (you won’t get hungry or thirsty, trust me!). I specially enjoyed the old part of the town, but also the new part is nice ( and they are still working to raise new buildings since San Sebastian is a candidate for the European Capital of Culture for 2016). About Hospedaje [email protected]&B a little bit more. You won’t have problems about the cleanliness and there are also a few more nice surprises. There is a free computer available (with internet connection) and also free Wi fi and you won’t miss your E-mail. Also there is a safe box in every room, You will have free access to the fridge freezer and if you want to cook something you’ll find dishes and all sorts of pans and even recipes! Let alone you’ll have complimentary oil and a wide range of ingredients. I only could catch a very small part of this lovely B&B located in a small, cosy town with breathtaking views and I’ll let you discover the rest of it.
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