Road trip of Spain in design hostels

07/30/2014

The coolest hostels to visit Spain on a budget

Well, now more than ever to take a tour of Spain is a dream within reach, since to go there a growing number of low cost flights from all around Europe offer connections (just check out the websites of Ryanair or Easyjet just to get an idea of how many possibilities there are and how many good deals you can get).

Once there the best way of traveling around are trains, as prices are quite reasonable, to check the best rates and timetables use GoEuro.com. Given that the travel to get there and to move around Spain are so problem at all travelling on a budget. In Spain, in fact there are plenty of hostels that allow you to get modern design and a high-class holiday at very low prices. But why staying in just a hostel, if there are so many design hostels in all the major cities of Spain?

We at Hostelsclub picked our favorite hostels while being on an adventurous road trip through Spain! Let's start right away with this hypothetical tour of Spain that will visit 6 major cities! Ole!

BARCELONA - Urbany Hostel Barcelona

Ostello Urbany Barcellona

The Catalan capital is one of the most popular destinations among tourists and is known for its blend of art, culture, good food and high quality of life. Here you should stay at Barcelona Urbany Hostel, a hostel at the forefront for many reasons: it is eco-friendly; it is modern (wi-fi throughout the building, free downloadable maps on your smartphone via bluetooth, podcasts, and a calendar of events in Barcelona, ​​key card access to the rooms, air conditioning and reading lights in all rooms) ; is comfortable (terrace, bar and restaurant, conference room, private bathroom for all rooms); is affordable (prices from € 12 per night including breakfast and free use of the kitchen and the nearby fitness club with indoor pool, gym and sauna).

MADRID - Cat's Hostel in Madrid

Ostello Cat's Madrid

Moving on to the second stop of this tour and we arrive in the Spanish capital, where we recommend a fantastic stay at the Cat's Hostel in Madrid. The hostel is located in an authentic 18th century building in a super area of central Madrid, full of restaurants and places to be conquered from the nightlife! The value for money is amazing with beds from € 13 and an average rating of 86%. But the highlight of the Cat's Hostel is certainly is his patio, where guests can relax and socialize ... really beautiful!

VALENCIA - Red Nest Hostel Valencia

Ostello Red Nest Valencia

There directly at the Mediterranean Sea and we arrive in the third Spanish city where we find the Red Nest. Located in the center of Valencia, one of the most important streets of the city to the modernist architecture, the hostel is located in a building that represents the style of the elegant and gorgeous Spanish buildings of the nineteenth century. The interiors are brightly colored, with optical touches on the walls and furnishings designed down to the last detail. The atmosphere is always festive, thanks to the in-house bar and panoramic terrace, the true focus of the social life of the hostel. There are also excellent facilities for guests, especially when you consider that the price per night starts from 13 € and the average rating is 89%!

MALAGA - Oasis Backpackers Hostel Malaga

Ostello Oasis Malaga

We move further south to Andalusia, where the Oasis Backpackers Hostel Malaga guests are greeted with a nice welcome drink to relax on the lovely terrace on the roof with stunning views over the historic center of Malaga (the hostel is in the heart of the city , location could not be better!). The price of living is certainly not exorbitant (starting from just 12 € per night), but it includes a lot 'of benefits: breakfast and the use of kitchen, city tours, free Tapas tour and free high speed wifi. Customers seem to appreciate because the average rating is 95%!

SEVILLE - Samay Hostel Sevilla

Ostello Samay Siviglia

We stay in Andalusia, but we move into its pearl, the one that conquers all Seville with its mix of Eastern and Western cultures. Here we recommend to stay at Samay Hostel, a brand new hostel designed to ensure high standards of hospitality at low prices. It is located in the heart of the city, a few steps from the Plaza de Toros, an area full of beautiful Tapas Bars. The property is located in a traditional Sevillian district, decorated with a personal touch that is colorful and original. The services are simply great and there is also a fully equipped communal kitchen where preparing a slap-up dinner. All for € 15 a night with an average ratings of 93%!

GRANADA - White Nest Hostel Granada

Ostello White Nest Granada

We close with a flourish destination loved by tourists from all over the world for its monuments, its festivals and local gypsy caves of the Sacromonte (for flamenco dancing and Zambra). The White Nest Hostel Granada is a hostel that offers prices from 12 € and an average rating of 93%! The hostel is located in the heart of ALBAYZIN, in a 17th-century Andalusian palace with lovely views of the Alhambra. Among the advantages of the structure: painted interiors decorated with vibrant and colorful details; rooms are spacious, bright and with heated marble floor; super large communal kitchen; lounge area for partying with drinks, good music and pool table; interior patio to carve out a little relaxation. Simply a must!

These are just a few examples of gorgeous design hostels you can find on HostelsClub.com. If you are lucky enough to grant you a nice road trip of the Iberian Peninsula we recommend you to do a search using the booking form that you find on the bottom of this article ... we are confident that you will find the fitting hostel!


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