Home to the world's greatest Hostels

30,000 properties, 180 countries Over 3.5 million guest reviews 21 million bookings

Roots and Boots Hostel Reviews

Rua Campo do Cruceiro do Gaio,7, Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Reviews & Ratings Explained


541 Total Reviews
  • 72%Value For Money
  • 73%Security
  • 87%Location
  • 88%Staff
  • 71%Atmosphere
  • 80%Cleanliness
  • 71%Facilities

The rating percentage is calculated from customers who booked within the last 12 months.

All ratings and reviews are based on the feedback and opinions of the customers who submitted them and do not express the opinions of Hostelworld.com. This way, you get an up-to-the-minute opinion of just how good a hostel really is.
Read our review guidelines »

  • Show:


Nice view to the cathedral in the center of Santiago. Nice facility and very nice kitchen - perfect for groups.


Nice, friendly staff and very clean. Not very lively, but that's probably due to the fact that most people (students) just come for a few nights, looking for a more permanent place to stay.


Backpacker hostel mostly. Location was nice. Room was a bit humid and hold, but it was in the middle of january. There was a couple of extra blankets and a heater in the room. Kichen in the garden was nicely equipped, but very cold. You don't get a key, the code for the hostel door changes every day tho and there're a couple of lockers in the hallway. Showers were nice, but men-women together. Wify was very poor, didn't reach the rooms. But overall a nice homely stay. Bring your sheets tho.


No heating, paper bedlinen. Very low-budget, low standards.


All doors are unlock (you don't have a key for your room and you don't habe a locker, so anyone can come in and take your stuff). They say linen inckuded, but it false, it's just a paper-plastic rapper to but on too and protect the bed... it really wasn't the best place... but for one night bakpacking it can work... but I wouldn't stay longer if I were you...


This place was absolutely immaculate and the staff was super friendly and helpful. I wish the wifi signal reached the upper levels and that the transept windows above the doors were shaded, as the hall lights made it difficult to stay asleep. Otherwise, this was a great experience.

  • 26th Oct 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)

View all Santiago de Compostela Hostels

Please give us your feedback