The Azabache hostel is located in a beautiful 17th-century historic house restored as a hostel
Located in the heart of Santiago de Compostela, at the foot of the Camino de Santiago Francés and just 50 meters from the Cathedral of Santiago, meeting point and pilgrimage of thousands of pilgrims and travelers every year.
With all the necessary services around and surrounded by bars, restaurants and the main monuments of the city.
At the Azabache hostel we bet on offering comfort and warmth to travelers and pilgrims, making them feel at home.
Come visit us and enjoy the city soaking up its essence and without traveling long distances.
What do our guests think?
seguiré alojándome aunque debieran de procurar tener más espacio en los dormitorios ☺ubicación☹poco espacio dormitorios
Grata sorpresa ☺La atención de Susana excepcional en durante el check-in. El albergue lleno de pequeños detalles que hacen la estancia agradable. Temperatura calida y agradable☹Que solo me quedé un día....
qualità prezzo e posizione fantastici L'ostello, molto carino e ben tenuto è a 20 metri dalla cattedrale sulla strada principale di arrivo di quasi tutti i cammini che portano a Santiago. dislocato su più piani è piccolino ma con tutto quello che serve, cucina, lavatrice etc. unica cosa c'è poco spazio per stendere i panni. personale cortese e preciso.spesa irrisoria per la posizione. camere carine massimo da 6/8 persone.
Best albergue in santiago. I have been here for the second timr in two years now. This albergue is amazing. Really friendly and the owners are really kind, patient and helpful. Clean, lot of spaces, amazing!!! Muchas gracias por todo!!!
INMEJORABLE!! Estuve allí con unos amigos hace unos días y todo fue magnífico. El trato maravilloso y el sitio es encantador, además está en pleno centro a un pasito de la catedral.. muy buena experiencia, volveremos sin duda!
Excelente Muy buena ubicación. Instalaciones muy cuidadas y muy limpias. La decoración con mimo crea un ambiente muy acogedor. Con muchos pequeños detalles que facilitan la estancia al viajero cansado (una gozada encontrar fruta fresca en la cocina!). El trato tan cercano y amable de los dueños lo completa a la perfección y hace que dejes Santiago deseando volver a verles. Repetiré sin duda alguna.
micheal mc loughlin
Great Albergue Recently stayed in Azabache Hostel, its a very comfortable Albergue in Santiago.Warm, clean, comfortable and very welcoming place. Juan & Susana are great hosts - I only wish we found it sooner.I look forward to my next camino and will definitely be staying here again!Many ThanksMicheàl (Ireland)
La mejor experiencia que hemos tenido en Santiago La estancia en el hostel fue perfecta, las mejores cosas, la inmejorable ubicación (al lado de la catedral y en la zona comercial peatonal del centro) y sin duda la hospitalidad y el buen trato de los dueños, en particular Juan nos ayudó en todo lo que necesitamos y se preocupó en que nuestra estancia fuera perfecta. Repetiremos.
A nice place to stay I was a little iffy about this one due to the negative comments, however, this is where we ended up and I found this to be a nice place to stay, for me it had a very homey type of atmosphere. We stayed here for five days while we hung out waiting to leave for home. We ended up finishing our walk quicker than expected. The building is an older building, which you can see in the bathroom, kitchen and general look of the house, but I did not find this to be a negative. I like the older buildings.I found the people to be friendly, helpful. Some things a person may feel as a con/negative, would be that the staff leave in the later afternoon, so if you need any help, you would have to call them. I did not find this to be a negative, I do not need staff to hang out with me while I rest and eat.There is a PIN for the main door to get in the albergue, so when you want to come and go, you will need to remember the PIN to get back in the building, if you forget it, that can be a hassle, but you can ring the bell to get in and someone may let you in.The doorbell is super loud. I about jumped out of my skin when someone would ring the bell. In the five days I stayed there I only heard it in the middle of the night once and that was because I was already awake and not feeling well. No one else in our room heard the bell...so it's not that loud...probably just me. lolThe washer had some trouble at times. Twice it did not ring out our clothes and we had to run it a second time. I could have contacted the staff and I am sure they would have taken care of it, but it did not bother me enough to do that...so I just ran the washer again.The room we were in had a radiator heater, which turned on around 5 or so and shut off around 9 or so. I wasn't feeling well and I had some seriously wet shoes, so it would have been nice to have the heater on longer, but it didn't bother me enough to say anything to the staff...not sure that would have mattered, but I was good anyway.I did not find the password to be derogatory to anyone. It had been negroblack when we were there. The guy mentioned it references a type of stone common to the area and used in jewelry, which while shopping we found plenty of this type of jewelry. I do not think the color negroblack means the same in Spain as it may in other parts of the world. Just a guess though.In the end, I enjoyed my stay and you might too. Give it a try and if you do not like it, you can always find another place...there are lots of them.