Aloha Hostel Pamplona Reviews
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Wonderful staff, great atmosphere, comfortable beds, lockers, outlets, wifi. Breakfast is typical bread and jam but no complaints at all! Would definintely stay there again.
This hostel is really cute. It's in a nice old building with lots of windows and a well furnished terrace. The kitchen and fridge are tiny. Wifi was good. Most of the guests were doing the camino and many were middle aged or older. I stayed 4 nights and that was a bit long, considering there wasn't much socializing going on. Cozy space, but minimal atmosphere.
Hugo is a champion. Super helpful. only thing is so many people are hiking the Camino and only there for one night so that affects the vibe a bit. otherwise it was fantastic. good kitchen and living space. only a block from the bus station too.
It´s small but so cute and you´ll find friendly staff who actually try to make your stay as pleasant as possible. A lot of pilgrims, so don´t be afraid of waking up early ;)
Really chilled out small hostel, very cool. Thanks to Francis who was really friendly and gave us recommendations on things to see in the city :)
Fantastic hostel with a great atmosphere. If I'm ever in Pamplona again I will definitely stay here.
What a wonderful hostel. How all hostels should be: incredibly friendly staff, a great atmosphere and very homely. Probably the best hostel I've stayed in during my 9 week tour of Europe and a real bargain. Not a party place, but because of it's size and layout, perfect to meet people. Also very comfortable beds, with a great little shelf/power point. The only way this place could be improved would be to provide fresh coffee/bread as part of the breakfast. Keep up the good work Aloha hostel.
This hostel is very cute. It is like loft living. The terrace is very relaxing and great to chill on in the sunshine. The kitchen is small just have to time making dinner, good way to chat to people while you wait. The beds were super comfy and the rooms spacious. Small lockers but always felt safe and secure. A great place with a warm welcome from Hugo!
Staff very friendly, location perfect, beds comfortable. Only problem spanish room mates who got angry becouse I didn't understand spanish question and also they started to play music and chat aloud on morning and those women were +40 so they should know already how to behave! Drink machine was super when I got thirsty middle of night. There is many very nice cafeterians next to hostel and shopping street and old town are very near. Bus station is very near too!!! Lockers could be bigger.
A very cute and lovely place in Pamplona! Thanks for the experience and your kindness!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Great location, helpful staff, wonderful terrace and living room. Nice library. Kitchen is tiny, breakfast is plentiful but bland: margarine,bad toast,good jelly,cereal, instant coffee. Lockers are too small for even carry-on luggage but the atmosphere is safe. Beds are chincy metal that creak every time you move and the mattresses are a little thin (too old?) compared to other hostels.
Hugo is lovely and incredibly helpful, guiding me to the start of the camino and booking my taxi to the airport. Lovely vibe in the place. Pretty relaxed. Very clean indeed. Friendly. Convenient location not too noisy and central but close enough to get to the old town.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
Great hostel. Breakfast included and tea and coffee all day!
The location was great and the staff were amazing. Breakfast was included and was good. It was perfect for the running with the Bulls festivities.
Nice kitchen and terrace. Very friendly staff. Good location.
It is two weeks since I stayed in Aloha and hundreds of kilometers of Camino and 14 other places so I find it hard to remember exactly how it was. I know that I would stay there again when arriving into Pamplona for the Camino but in reality we arrived at night, went out for a meal so had not really a chance to savoir Atmosphere and facilities. Hugo was very welcoming and Aloha appeared to very well run. Lydia