Cadiz Inn Backpackers Reviews
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Nice hostel, but a bit loud. It was a bit difficult to take a shower as the bathrooms were always occupied.
We enjoyed Cádiz Inn very much. It's located very close to the bus/train station (not even 5 minutes of walk) but in the old city center and in a very tranquil area. The Hostel is very clean and the staff is super friendly, they'll give you all the information you need about Cádiz and the surrounding area. You get a free breakfast, which is very good for the price and "Hostel-breakfast" in general. The roof terrace is great to hang out and the beach is very close as well, so just go there :)
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- Male, 18-24
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I had a great stay at this hostel. The staff and helpers were all very friendly and helpful; I enjoyed the paella class and sangria and practicing my Spanish with them. The location is perfect for the bus station and the beaches. The hostel was well cleaned and has a lovely roof terrace. The beds were comfortable enough, though slightly worn. The breakfast was decent. Excellent WiFi
Very nice location with very good ambient and nice stuff.
We really loved your terrace. The hostel was clean and the staff helped us when we needed the recommendations.
I booked a 6dorm but in the end I had all the room for myself :). The Hostel is situated at the beginning of the city centre, and just a 5-10 minute walk to the bus and train station. The stuff is nice, the Hostal is clean, you have everything what you need plus a super comfortable and nice decorated rooftop for relaxing!
Excellent location, young people and cheap prices
Very clean, great location, greatwifi. Staff was super approachable.
Nice people working there... Really close to the train station... Not so far from the historic center... A good place to stay...
Overall, it's a fine hostel. Breakfast is rich compared to other hostels. The only drawbacks are opening hours of reception (whether or not it's an off-season problem) and availability of a common room/lounge area where people can spend time/relax without any time restrictions. It is also more expensive compared to most hostels in Spain.
Just stayed one night. In the middle of the old city, so things are close.