x The average starting price for a place to stay in San Sebastian is £37 per night.
elizabetht If you like partying, you will love this place as it is on the main strip where all the bars are. Good location as you can walk across the pebble lane straight into a bar, bad if you want to get to sleep before 3am as it is quite noisy. Extremely clean place and very friendly staff. Nice and small hostel with only 3/4 rooms in total. It comes with own kitchen (with washing machine) and living room as well. Private room with bathroom is a plus. Again, impeccable in cleanliness. Overall, a comfortable stay, just a shame about the noise at night. Elizabeth, Australia.
Pº Oriamendi, 94 Aiete · MiramónExcellent 90%
marc.geron No problèm, good price, very nice situation in the old town and very good and sympatic hospitality. we will be use certainly again this rooms later!!
travel7778 The place was a university domitory, so it was pretty sterile. Good thing about it was that it had a kitchen with good sized fridge so making your own meals works out cheap. There is a small convenient store close by but a short walk away there is a large supermarket with lots of variety. The good thing was there is a laundry with washing machines at a cheap rate. It is a little far from the old city, and a bit of a walk to the beach, but if you are after a cheap stay and you have plenty of time, then taking the walk is quite nice, thats what we did. There is parking if you have a car which is handy because street parking is all metered. They don't come and clean your room or make your beds. I found reception a little difficult to deal with, I wanted to print a document and she wouldn't let me use their printer, and sent me to the computer room. The printers there didn't work and she still wouldn't print it in her office and sent me around to a store to print. That store was closed!!!!! I wasted a glorious day trying to print a document because the receptionist was too selfish to print out a 1 page document even when I offered money!
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