Great location, really cheap, great people. There is a shared kitchen where people cook every night and the rooms and the hostel itself is very nicely decorated. Shared rooms cost around 11 euros/night, singles run around 17. There are no rooms with private bathrooms.
Unique Quality: Feels just like home. I know many people that have come to Granada for a few days and ended up staying weeks at this hostel.
Directions: Next to Plaza Trinidad, Calle Malaga ends in a dead end. The last 20 yards of Calle Malaga is Postigo de Zarate, don´t ask me why!!
I think the cost for a single room is about 2200-2500 pesetas per night. To save money on the cost of lodging, you can share a double room with another single traveller. You can also get a reasonable rate if plan on staying for a month or more.
Unique Quality: This hostale/pension has a kitchen, living room (with t.v. & stereo), lounge, and shared bathrooms on each floor. Great place to meet fellow travellers. While I was there, it was common for some of the more permanent residents and guests to cook and dine together. They were pretty generous with sharing food, drink, and overall merriment. The hostale is run by 2 Spaniards (a guy named Cesar and a woman whose name I don't remember) that handle all arrangements.
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