Albergue Inturjoven Cordoba Reviews
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Normal place to stay, realy good breakfasts. All is clean and simple, bathroom is modern with hot shower. Helpful staff.
Great location, nice hotel and kind staff, even tough the atmosphere is not excellent.
No lockers (exept a few in reception...for a fee) Wifi one euro per hour (exept a limited area in reception which mysteriously broke down..often) Rude staff. Broken tap in bathroom. Breakfast is good though. If you ever wondered what the bad bits of youth hostels in the 1970's were - this could be the museum for you.
Great place and great location AAA+++ The Staff was superb !!! Have to visit the hostel again!!!
The Albergue Interjoven hostel was a clean place. I wasn't given any maps or was told about how the breakfast and all that works which I thought was kind of strange, but when I asked them they were happy to respond. The hostel was really close to the Mesquita, centrally located and really industrial looking especially from the outside. It's also used as a center for locals but I never really understood if it was for students or what - either way, a pretty good hostel all together.
Really nice hostel! It's in the middle of an arabian city with their little and sepentean streets that make it awesome when you found it. Also it's close to everything and the atmosphere was so incredible. WE just stay one night but it is one of the best hoste i have been
- Novice Nomad
- Mixed Group, 18-24
- (1 review)
Nice hostel in a relaxed atmosphere. Location is perfect as well.
The staff is stuffy and the place lacks character. I felt like I was in a door for high school field trips. That said, the rooms are quiet and the beds are comfortable.
This hostel is run by the Junta de Andalucia primarily for young travelers (as the name indicates) and it's more like a college dormitory. There's no kitchen but a nice breakfast buffet is included. Front desk staff is sometimes overloaded with phone calls but is really helpful once they get the desk cleared. We met many people from around the world there. And the location is within 200 feet of LaMezquita which is the big attraction in Cordoba.