Residencia Salamanca Dorada Reviews
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Perfect location. A really quiet place to stay mainly full of uni kids. Don't have much to do with the staff and it's not a social atmosphere so if you're on your own it may be a little lonely. But a really nice stay here!
It was dirty. We had an earlier bus ride out 10:00 and the man working the front desk wasn't there to check us out and was very rude when we tried to check out.
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- All Female Group, 18-24
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This seems like it would be a good place to stay and meet lots of young people. I ended up in Salamanca during Semana Santa (which was great - saw lots of processions), but this of course meant that all of the students that normally live in this accommodation had gone home. Still had a good time there with the few other travellers that were there, and it has a nice location and good staff. Fairly basic, with small lockers (just valuables, not room for bags), but it was fine.
Fantastic hostel, the staff were very accommodating and the rooms and facilities were excellent. I will most likely be staying here again and would recommend to any and all.
We had a good experience staying here. The place was a little hard to find, so keep your eyes peeled for a little white sign on the building. After signing in, you get taken to a different location where you actually stay. It was a very nice building, clean facilities, and had great location. It was very quiet. No sheets or towels were provided, though, and there was no soap and limited toilet paper, so be prepared.