Hostels in Spain
Where to find the best safe Hostels in Spain
With its beautiful beaches, cultured cities and delicious cuisine, Spain makes the perfect summer break.
From boutique hostels in Valencia to rural villas in Majorca, there is hundreds of backpackers’ accommodation in Spain to choose from. Today, hostels are far more than just budget rooms. Here’s a guide to some of the best hostels in Spain.
Las Muses Residence Madrid
Hostels in Madrid
If you’re looking for cheap Madrid accommodation Las Musas Residence is a great option. The hostel is close to the best of Madrid’s main attractions and located in the centre of the city in the Tirso de Molina. You’ll also be just five minutes’ walk from the excellent nightlife in La Puerta Del Sol and 10 walking minutes from the Prado Museum and Reina Sofia. Breakfast is included in the price and the incredibly friendly and helpful staff will help you plan your day. Las Musas Residence has a large common room and a funky, young vibe throughout so you can make some friends to share those early morning chocolate con churros with.
US Roger’s House
Hostels in San Sebastian
Most people stay in hostels in San Sebastian for sun, surf and partying – Roger’s House hostel offers all this and more. Located in the old town centre, the comfortable budget rooms are comfortable and clean, with bright décor and a buzzing atmosphere. History lovers will enjoy the fact it’s actually in the Plaza de la Constitucion, the old bullfighting ring.
The city’s lively nightlife is just a stumble away, and the surf beach Zurriola and beautiful La Concha Bay are just around the corner. The young and fun owners organise pub crawls, surf trips and free city tours so it’s a great place to meet other travellers. There’s free wi-fi, tea and coffee making facilities and a laundry to make backpackers feel at home.
Feetup Hostal-Hilux Hostel
Hostels in Valencia
This is the plushest hostel in Valencia with private rooms perfect for couples or travellers looking for a chic place to stay. There are only ten rooms in this small and friendly hostel, each decorated by local artists and with huge canopy beds and balconies overlooking the city.
The cool and colourful lounge is ideal for relaxing with a DVD after a hard day of sightseeing, and there’s a fully equipped kitchen and free internet included in the room rates. Located in the heart of the city, in the historic Casco Antiguo and Barrio El Carmen, Valencia’s sights are just a short walk away.
Hostel Blue Beach
Mallorca hostels are ideal for a week of fun in the sun, and the Hostal Atlanta is no exception. This family run hostel is just a few minutes’ walk from the 4-mile long Playa de Palma golden sandy beach. There are bars and restaurants lining the beach and you’ll be close to the lively resort area of El Arenal with all its bars and nightclubs for a good night out.
The friendly owners will go out of their way to ensure the guests are comfortable, offering plenty of travel tips and information about the local area. The hostel has recently been refurbished and now has a range of room sizes all with ensuite facilities and mostly with balconies and terraces.