A funky hostel built in a traditional 17th century Andalusian mansion (talk about flashpacking!) White Nest is in Albaicin, which is the old part of the city. It’s not that far from the Alhambra, and there’s so many things to do nearby. There’s even a flamenco bar just 200 meters down the road for all the loose hipped wanderers!
The common areas are clean and fantastic to hang out in. White Nest offers walking tours everyday at no cost, and tapas tours on and off throughout the week. The dorms are big and super colourful, with comfy beds and great showers, and all rooms have marble tiles and under floor heating for those chilly Spanish nights. Security is really important to the folks at White Nest, so expect to feel nice and safe with their top-notch service.
In the kitchen you’ll find free tea and coffee, as well as olive oil and spices to use however you like. Breakfast isn’t included, but there are complimentary biscuits and cereals to use along with the tea and coffee. Plus, with all those delicious tapas bars in walking distance, include one just ten meters away, you can easily find breakfast for around 3€.
Staff at White Nest are language masters, and speak English, Spanish, French and Italian so they can no doubt help you with all your questions about the hostel and the wonderful city of Granada. As well as shared dorms, White Nest Hostel offer private room accommodation, and there are bathrooms easily accessible on every floor and has been recommended by several international youth student agencies.