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Plaza Gipuzkoa, 2, 20004 San Sebastian, Spain – Show map
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2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Until 10:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 1 year stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 2.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking for more than 8 people, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Pension Old Town is located in San Sebastián. Free WiFi access is available. Extras include bed linen. Other facilities offered at the property include a tour desk and luggage storage.
Score from 109 reviews Review score
Pensión Goiko is set in San Sebastian’s Old Town, 2 minutes’ walk from the Port and La Concha Beach. It offers free Wi-Fi and basic rooms some with private and some with shared bathrooms.
Score from 277 reviews Good
Located just 250 metres from La Concha Beach in San Sebastian, Umore Ona BI features free WiFi. All rooms in this guest house come with a balcony and a TV.
Score from 20 reviews Very good
The Zaragoza Plaza Hotel is in the center of San Sebastian and 165 ft from La Concha Beach. Air-conditioned rooms have free Wi-Fi and private bathrooms.
Score from 560 reviews Good
So close to the beach. Despite the problem of the check-out (read cons), they let me make an earlier chech-out. Nice staff, was great to talk with them.
So expensive for what they offer. Mattress not so good. Very small bathrooms. The information about the check-out was wrong in Booking: 8am vs. 9am (the real one). Check-in at 14:00 is too late. No breakfast.
well the location is good but nothing else
the barhrooms are old uglu and they smell The chill room is only a broken sofa and a really old fridge Also the floor is dirty Imstay jn several hostels and this one was just HORRIBLE
The staff is very nice and help you all the time, just they can't help you for some questions for surfing and body boarding in the second best city in Europe for do that, it's so bad.
HOSTEL without kitchen isn't an hostel, hostel is for backpackers or travelers without or a little bit money, we cook and don't go to the restaurant. Kitchen is also a space for meet some people and share with the travelers. No activities for share with the other travelers. The hostel isn't the best hostel for meet some people :-(
Although the staff were very helpful and kind, the facilities were not very clean or comfortable.
The place lacked a comfortable place to sit or read such as a lounge.
The room was very shabby and nothing like that portrayed on line or even the photos on wall behind reception. We paid for breakfast which was not available and no refund offered.
Great location Friendly and helpful staff
The price didn't reflect the actual value of the room. At all. Our private double room shared a balcony with the room next door, but the door to the balcony didn't securely close/lock. As such, we weren't comfortable leaving anything of value in the room.
- Great location - Nice staff
- Kitchen was temporary closed - They seem to be strict with rules: 'it is strictly not allowed to bring alcoholic drinks in the hostel'
The position was very good, just a little walk to the city centre and the bars and restaurants area. The hotel is clean and comfortable and has even a little gym with a sauna.
The free wifi works only in the hall.
I loved how urban house was so central to everything especially the cool pintosh bars
The location was good.
The staff was a bit unpolite, only cold water came from the shower and the room was dirty. Lots of sand and dust on the floor.
Location great!! Right in the heart of the action. Our room (once we'd complained about the first) was great. Had nice little balcony overlooking town hall.
The noise. The springy mattresses. The basic , small kitchen with lots of broken things or lack of things (bowls, kettles etc) The decor! Very poor, needs a lot of TLC.
It is very convenient if your looking to stay in old town for the 7 day festival in august
Like all hostels in San Sebastian-Donostia is more expensive during festival
i like that it was in the middle of san sebastian.
i would like a common area.
No towels Room was nxt to the front door which people constantly slammed during the night!. Reception didn't advise on where to go or what to do but was happy to do it for others ,
Good Wi-Fi and great location are probably the only redeeming features.
Having stayed in a dorm room at Urban House in 2009, I thought it would be okay to come back in the same hostel 5 years later. I was wrong. The private room I booked was in a different building. Staff was nonchalant and didn't seem to care that their hostel was falling apart. Door handles were missing, toilets were not working, showers and bathrooms were moldy and security was lacking. Maybe their dorm rooms are in pristine condition, but I cannot recommend their private rooms to anyone.
Cetntral, cheap & nice place to stay.
That there is just a small chill area with 2 couches, more room to socialize would be it.
Everything was as you would expect, no let downs.
Location was excellent could walk everywhere close to beaches and shopping! Staff where helpful and friendly, and they put on a pub crawl every Wednesday Friday and Sunday nights and that was really fun all 3 urban house hostels all go really worth the money
The first day we got there the kitchen was filthy and smelt really bad although the cleaners had cleaned it up by the afternoon. You could feel the springs in the beds and we had a room closest to the road so all you could hear was the buses all night. If your wanting a warm shower have it at about 3pm or you'll be ha OMG a freezing cold shower
This is a great set of places to crash in San Sebastian. It's a hostel, so you're not going to get five star dining and a lot of privacy, but you shouldn't be expecting it. As far as hostels go, it's great. The staff is friendly, attentive, speak English, and are always happy to share advice on places to go around the city. The bedrooms and bathrooms were clean and bright, beds were comfortable, etc. There were also a bunch of other interesting young people staying there, which made everything even better. I would highly recommend staying here, and if I ever make my way back to San Sebastian I'll definitely book here again.
The wifi wasn't working.
Very central and the reception staff were very helpful and were great in giving us an afternoon agenda to get the most out of our time in Sans Sebastian
The directions to find were hard to follow
Location. Comfort. Room was very clean. Safe.
Wifi didn't work well in bedroom.
Very big bathrooms, best shower I've had at all hostels in Europe
Average to none wifi which is such a basic requirement for travellers. Everyone huddled into the hallway area to attempt to get access. The hostel wasn't even full with guests & even at off- peak times you couldn't get access. I heard so many people complain about the wifi so I'm sure it's a problem that should've been fixed long ago.
We booked based on website pictures, reality is far away from what you see on the site
I had to pay cash as they were having technical problems. I didn't think it was good value and way over priced.
The staff were great and the location is unbeatable
This place is dirty and there are bedbugs. Bedbugs are never worth the stay regardless of how great the location and staff are.
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