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Albergue los Pascuales Reviews

Cuesta de los Pascuales 8, Toledo, Spain

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387 Total Reviews
  • 81%Value For Money
  • 89%Security
  • 87%Location
  • 78%Staff
  • 73%Atmosphere
  • 86%Cleanliness
  • 78%Facilities

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Common room is not really a common room - the owner and his elderly parents(?) are there all the time, keeping an eye on you. The whole hostel is dark with no lights during the night. Pitch black. No one else I met spoke English so I didn't meet anyone. The wifi was good one day but terrible the next. "Breakfast" was three horrible packaged cakes (all the same) and instant coffee or tea. Pros: hostel was clean and in a good location.


The room where I stayed was okay, it has lockers big enough for backpacks but not enough sockets. The bathrooms was okay, it's mixed-gender. You can't cook in the kitchen, there is just a microwave. The owner is very nice, at the arrival he tells you about all the important things to visit but you won't be alone in the common rooms, he always keeps an eye on you. In general it is very clean and well-located.


You get what you pay for. The owner is the nicest man ever. If you're just looking for somewhere to sleep in a good location, this is it!


The owner Is a good person, he is helpful and friendly. Also the hostel is at a very good location close to the main square.


I thought the owner was really nice. Location was perfect. couldn't have been better.


The hostel itself was very clean, pretty good location, nice lockers. The guy who ran it was a little annoyed every time we asked him for something, but otherwise a decent hostel.


Everything very good, exept the staff which were annoying and pushy


A few things to know before you book this hostel: 1)Cramped, seedy rooms. 2)Air conditioning shuts off automatically at 4AM and cannot be turned on again, making it too hot to sleep. 3) The lockers are not large enough to fit a typical suitcase or even a backpack. (The key to mine did not work anyway.) 4) If you do anything as heinous as attempt to use the clothes dryer, the owner will treat you like some kind of war criminal. Conclusion: Spend an extra couple euro for another place.

  • 12th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


I have stayed in hostels around the world and never have I been so uncomfortable. Yes the price was incredible, but the staff made me feel very uneasy. Firstly, no one can be comfortable when you have strict air con hours and it's 43 degrees C outside. Also, the staff (The one Man who runs it) is very controlling and barks orders at you. I wouldn't recommend this place if you are planning on spending any time at all in the hostel hanging out. Also, you can hardly call that "included breakfast".

  • 11th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


The staff was so welcoming and helpful! He gave us a map and showed us all the great places to see in the city and tips for getting around. The hostel was very well run and so clean. Great place!

  • 27th Jun 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


The staff was incredibly welcoming and kind. They helped us with everything we needed, from ordering pizza to chasing down someone who had taken a forgotten phone down the street. You made our stay wonderful! Thank you so much!


Had a great stay. The owner was a super helpful and kind man. Quite a hike from the train station with luggage, so would recommend taking a bus or something. Thanks for everything :)


The hostel, in itself, is quite good. However, there were two negative points. First, the manager of the hostel insisted that there was still tax to be paid on the total amount and only relented when I indicated to him, on the copy of the booking from the website, that all taxes were already included. Secondly, when we were having the included breakfast the following morning, an elderly gentleman (presumably the owner's father), shouted at us for trying to drink a second cup of milk. Poor image!


This was a cool hostel in a good location - best part about it was the nice family that works there. They were very helpful

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