Finding an ideal family-friendly guest house in Santo Domingo de la Calzada does not have to be difficult. Welcome to RoomConcept Hostel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at RoomConcept Hostel provide a flat screen TV and a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at RoomConcept Hostel guests have access to outdoor furniture.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Pasteleria Isidro Heladeria and La Parrilla De Arcaya, all of which are a short distance from RoomConcept Hostel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular government buildings such as Ayuntamiento Santo Domingo De La Calzada.
RoomConcept Hostel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Santo Domingo de la Calzada.
General impressive stuff: This place is amazing, it offers coffee at all times of day, and you are not dependent on the presence of the staff to get it! You definitely are a winner among all the pilgrim places, in terms of that. The only thing - you have to make sure you insert the exact amount of change in the machine. They also had a fridge which could be used by everyone. The room: The room was good, though only one table, which ended up being used as a luggage bench. The bed was comfortable, there were hangers on the wall, which was good, having in mind the limited space, there were toiletries in the bathroom. Good value for money in general. The staff: The staff was friendly and helpful, and still friendly when i was a bit pissed off after struggling for 30 minutes to find the door of the reception. They gave me one of the best maps of a town I had ever seen - like large markings, and understandable, I was impressed with it. They also showed me what were the sights that were important to see, also explaining where the Santiago road was. Things to improve It is difficult to find the reception, there is no sigh pointing to it, also I do not see very well, and got really stressed out, to the amusement of the villagers sitting at the cafe in front. A bit noisy as most hostels, but people seem to calm down after 11 pm, after all, most of them were pilgrims. There was a draft from under the door, but I put a towel, and it worked out fine. Unmarked stairs, maybe put some tape on the first and the last stair, that would make a huge difference for the independence of the people with eye problems like me.…
Overall a good deal, given it’s central location in the old town near main square & shops. New rooms (mostly with shared bathrooms) but sinks in each room, nice reception but the internet was almost nonexistent.
Great location! Three of us stayed as a treat during our Camino, clean room twin beds and a pull down third. Clean and bright with a pleasant guy at reception. Coffee vending machine for 80c and a shared bathroom. Great location and helpful staff