An Overview Of White Nest Hostel

Absolutely one of the cleanest, most comfortable, and well designed hostels I’ve ever stayed in. The location is excellent – and you’re a 5-10 minute walk from most of Granada’s nightlife, touristic, and eating spots. The hostel wireless is strong and reaches all of the rooms without problem, the bathrooms are immaculate, and the staff are all very knowledgeable about the city. Overall the hostel was fairly quiet but still active, a nice medium for a variety of travel-personalities. The only thing lacking about the hostel was the breakfast, which isn’t included, and not very enticing even at 3 Euros. (Although there is complimentary tea and coffee served all day.) There are lockers in all of the rooms, the beds are large and mattresses new, and there is a spacious marble lounge area in Arab architecture style along with several computers for Internet access.

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The Breakdown

  • Category: Budget
  • Dorms Available? Yes
  • Private Rooms? Yes
  • Breakfast? Yes – cereal, toast, tea, coffee
  • Free Wireless? Yes
  • Quality of Wireless: Excellent both in the lobby and rooms
  • Airport Pickup: No

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