- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Board games
- Book Exchange
- Breakfast Not Included
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Free City Maps
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Hairdryers For Hire
- Hot Showers
- Internet Access
- Key Card Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
- Outdoor Terrace
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Towels Included
- Washing machine
- Wheelchair Accessible
How to get to White Nest hostel?..White Nest Hostel is centrally located on Calle Santisimo number 4, ask for Paseo de los Tristes - we are close by. In the historic Albayzin area, a privileged location in Granada, Spain.(Watch out because there is another street called Nuevo de Santisimo and it is not the right one)From the bus/train station (bus ticket 1.20):Take bus no 3 or 33 form the bus station and get off at the 'Gran Via 1' stop (right in front of the cathedral), the ride should take approx. 20 min.As you leave the train station head straight towards Av. Constitucion, once there, you'll find a bus stop on your right. Take bus no 3, 4, 33, 6 or 9. Get off at 'Gran Va 1' stop in front of the cathedral (approx.10 minutes).From this point follow the walking directions below. Walking from 'Gran Va 1' bus stop to White Nest hostel, Calle Santisimo 4: Cross the street (Gran Va de Colon) and go right until you get to the corner where Gran Va meets Reyes Catlicos street facing Plaza Isabel la Catlica square. Turn left and after about 50 metres youll reach Plaza Nueva. Once there, head straight (passing by the round fountain on your left hand side). From the end of the square take Carrera del Darro street. Follow it until you see San Pedro y San Pablo church on your right. Youll find Calle Santsimo about 20 metres further up the road, on your left. (Note that there is another street called Nuevo de Santisimo and it is not the right one).If you prefer to take a taxi from the train or the bus station to our Hostel on Calle Santisimo numero 4, in both cases it will take you about 10 minutes and it will cost you around 8 euros. (Likewise, please note that there is another street called Nuevo de Santisimo and it is not the right one).By car:The hostel is situated in the old town which makes parking quite a difficult task (narrow streets, little parking space etc.) Consider leaving your vehicle at Plaza de Campos car park (16-19 /24 h) in the city centre and walking to the hostel from (about 15 min). However, if you prefer to access the hostel by car, the best option would be taking Calle San Juan de los Reyes (only small cars due to the street's width) via Plaza Nueva-C/Carcel Alta (please note that you cannot take Carrera del Darro street since it's for pedestrians/residents only). You follow the Calle San Juan de los Reyes to the point where it meets C/Santsimo (the street name plaque isnt easily legible). Youll have to walk down Calle Santsimo, which begins with steep stairs, and within couple of minutes youre in the White Nest.Please, keep in mind that the access to certain areas, including Albaicin and Sacromonte, is regulated by a system that allows access of public transport and autorized vehicles only. You can find the restrictions timetable below:- Timetable for access to C/ Reyes Catlicos (Plaza Nueva, Albaicn y Sacromonte), C/ Elvira, C/ San Luis y C/ Pags:Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Sundays and festivities: Mornings: from 11.00 to 14.00 H. Evenings: from 20.00 to 24.00 h. Thursdays, Fridays Saturdays and the day before festivity: Mornings: from 11.00 to 14.00 H. Evenings: from 20.00 to 5.00 h. - Time table for access to C/ Pavaneras: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Mornings: from 8.00 to 12.00 H. Afternoons: from 17.00 to 20.00 h. - Time table for access to C/ Tablas: Mornings: from 8.00 to 14.00 h. Afternoons: from 16.00 to 20.00 h. - Time table for access to C/ Recogias: Daily: from 8.00 to 22.00 h. Walking directions as in Googlemaps:C/ Reyes Catolicos-Carretera del Darro / 0.9 km / 11 mins1.Head southeast on Calle Gran Va de Coln toward Calle de Zacatn 52 m2.Turn left at Calle Reyes Catlicos 11 m3.Slight left to stay on Calle Reyes Catlicos 0.1 km4.Continue onto Plaza Nueva 52 m 5.Continue onto Plaza Sta Ana
La Alhambra y El Generalife
The monumental complex is formed by the Alcazaba, fortified military area; the Palaces, royal residence; and the palace and the gardens of the Generalife, summer royal residence.
Anyone above 50 years of age will be required to book private rooms only.
I am from outside the European Community, can I stay in your hostel without a passport?
No, due to the spanish regulations, it is compulsory to provide the original passport to facilitate the data transfer and the verification of personal details.
I am a citizen of the E.U. what documentation do I need to be able to stay in your hostel?
Original valid passport or an official national identification document.
The hostel charges 5 of fully-refundable deposit for key cards and padlock rental.
CANCELLATION POLICY FOR GROUPS
If the booking is cancelled totally or partially up to 21 days before the date of the arrival, 20% of the total amount will be charged.
If the booking is cancelled totally or partially between 21 and 10 days before arrival, 50% of the total amount will be charged.
If the booking is cancelled totally or partially 10 days or less before check-in date, the total amount of the reservation will be charged.
Informations about White Nest Hostel - Granada
White nest.. A sanctuary from the travelling life!Here you will easily meet soooo many cool people from all over the world. Everyone in White nest, guests and staff alike are friendly & fun. This is a very fun place, with a great atmosphere!White Nest is very clean, spacious, funky and a pretty place. It has a nice common area, free walking tour every day 11.00AM and many more activities. We are located in the Albaicin, the old part of the city, with so much nearby, especially the Alhambra, also close to the cheap shopping areas, tapas bars and 200 meters from an awesome Flamenco bar!The spacious dorms are clean, smells fragrant, and are very pleasant. All our rooms are equipped with marble tiles and underfloor heating system. Our great showers and comfy beds help you to feel like your at home!The kitchen is always clean, free tea, coffee, olive oil, and salt is always a bonus, dont you think?You really feel like a flashpacker when you stay here! The building is lovely traditional XVII Century Andalusian Palace- Security is also good because we know this is important for you.Breakfast is not included but we do have complementary tea, coffee and biscuits plus cereals. We are also 10 metres distance from a traditional tapas bar were you can have cheap and tasty breakfast from 3. We speak English, Spanish, French and Italian so we are able and happy to provide you all the necessary information you will need to make your stay in Granada unbelievable.We offer accommodation in private and shared dorms, bathrooms located on every floor, hot water available 24 hours.Check in anytime from 13:00, check out 11:00We are recommended by several International Youth Travel & Student Agencies...Join us and enjoy your stay!!!!Anyone above 35 years of age will be required to book private rooms only.