–  ROOMS  

Comfortable and modern rooms. Most of them with ensuite bathroom
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Private Room Shared Bathroom (For 2 or 4 people) –

For those travelling as a couple or with family. Private room with a combination of a double bed with two modern and solid bunk beds on top and shared bathroom.

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Private Room Ensuite Bathroom (For 2 or 4 people) –

For those travelling as a couple or with family. Perfectly private ensuite room with a combination of a twin bed with two modern and solid bunk beds.

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DELUXE PRIVATE ROOM ENSUITE BATHROOM (For 2 or 4 people) –

For those travelling with family or couples that need a more spacious room. En-suite room with a combination of a double bed, two modern and solid bunk beds on top and a private terrace.

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4 BED DORM ENSUITE BATHROOM (Mixed) –

For sharing. Bunk up and get ready to make some new friends in our shared rooms. En-suite room with 4 modern and solid bunk beds, each of them with their own reading light, power sockets, and multifunctional bag.

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6 BED DORM ENSUITE BATHROOM (Mixed and Female) –

Get Social. Make new friends. En-suite room with 6 modern and solid bunk beds, each of them with their own reading light, power sockets, and multifunctional bag.

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6 BED DORM SHARED BATHROOM (Mixed) –

For those who want to know new people and don’t need an ensuite bathroom. Dorm with 6 modern and solid bunk beds, each of them with their own reading light, power sockets, and multifunctional bag.

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8 BED DORM ENSUITE BATHROOM (Mixed and Female) –

Get more social yet. Make friends for life. En-suite room with 8 modern and solid bunk beds, each of them with their own reading light, power sockets, and multifunctional bag.

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– BAR –

Perfect for a daytime coffee, local beer or a bite to eat

BAR –

Our bar offers to our guests a free complimentary breakfast. It can be completed with several options to help fuel your day of adventure. During the day we have a variety of options, like our famous chef’s tortilla (spanish omelette), that would calm down your hunger. Check also our terrace the perfect place to easily meet people and socialize.

OPENING TIMES –

Breakfast: 08:00 – 11:00
Bar: 08:00 – 23:00

– SERVICES –

If there is anything else that you need, please tell us and we will meet your request!

General –

Security · Lockers · KeyCard Access · Common Room · Elevator · TV in Common areas ·  Bed Reading Lights · Air Conditioning · Luggage Room · Terraces · Towels for hire · Hair dryers on request · Laundry Zone · Adaptors · Bike Parking.

FOOD & DRINK –

Bar · Kettle – Microwave.

ENTERTAINMENT –

Board Games · Movies · Book Exchange · Bike Rental · Computer.

FREE –

City Maps · Linen · WIFI.

– LOCATION –

Discover a gem by the sea

SAN SEBASTIÁN
ANTIGUO –

We are located in El Antiguo neighbourhood (named that way for being the original nucleus of the city). A 5-minute walk from Calle Matia where you can shop in traditional shops or eat pintxos in one of its crowded bars. The neighbourhood lies adjacent to Ondarreta Beach and Monte Igeldo, holds the University Area and it’s home of some of the best tourist attractions such as the Palacio Miramar, Concha Bay and the Peine del Viento, one of the city’s most iconic and beautiful corners. Strolling along the Playa de la Concha in 20-25 minutes you can reach the Center and the Old Town where you can enjoy Basque gastronomy.

HOW TO GET THERE –

Take the Bus #45 from Estación Norte, get off at Avenida Zumalakarregi 10 (11min, 4 stops). Walk 9 min up Paseo de Heriz until you arrive to the hostel.

Take the Buses #5, #33, #3 from Avenida Libertad, get off at Avenida Zumalakarregi 10 (11min, 4 stops). Walk 9 min up Paseo de Heriz until you arrive to the hostel.

Take the Bus #18 (Seminario) from Plaza Gipuzkoa 2 and get off at Apaiztegia / Seminario.

Walk 2 min.

There are daily buses with the company PESA that arrive to San Sebastian bus station.

At the Euskotren train Station (close to the TGV) you can get a train that takes you to the station of Amara in San Sebastian (www.euskotren.es).

Then take the Buses #5, #33, #3 from Avenida Libertad, get off at Avenida Zumalakarregi 10 (1,70 €, 11 min, 4 stops).

Walk 9 min up Paseo de Heriz until you arrive to the hostel.

The bus line E21 from the airport till the city center, with a stop in Plaza Guipúzcoa (www.ekialdebus.net).

Then take the Buses #5, #33, #3 from Avenida Libertad, get off at Avenida Zumalakarregi 10 (1,70 €, 11min, 4 stops).

Walk 9 min up Paseo de Heriz until you arrive to the hostel.

From outside the terminal you have the bus company called PESA that takes you straight to San Sebastian bus terminal, takes around 1 hour 20 minutes.

Once in San Sebastian bus terminal, follow the instructions given above. Some buses stop first at the university area, way closer to us.

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– GROUPS –

Finding the right accommodation for groups in San Sebastian can be a real challenge, and this is where Koisi Hostel comes in. We are specialized in managing group bookings. Koisi Hostel group booking team will help you with any enquiry and with all the procedures involved in organizing a group trip to San Sebastian to ensure that your trip is as enjoyable as possible with the minimum worry and hassle.

If you want more information about group’s special prices and conditions, send an email to groups@koisihostel.com

– FAQ’S –

What time is check-in and check-out?

Check-in is any time from 15:00. Our Reception is open 24/7, so if you’re arriving late, just give us a call so we know you’re still coming. The day you’re leaving you’ll need to check out by 12:00.

What time is check-in and check-out?

Check-in is any time from 15:00. Our Reception is open 24/7, so if you’re arriving late, just give us a call so we know you’re still coming. The day you’re leaving you’ll need to check out by 12:00.

Can I store my luggage before check-in and after check-out?

If you arrive before 15:00, you can pop your bag in the free luggage room and head out and explore the city! You can do the same on the day you check out if you’re not leaving the city until later on.

Where can I store my luggage during my stay?

Once you’re checked in, there are free lockers available to use in the dorms. Bear in mind, though, these aren’t usually big enough for very large bags. If you can, bring a smaller backpack which you can use to put valuables in and lock away. Remember to bring a padlock, or you can buy one at Reception if you forget. There isn’t much hanging space when you’re staying in a hostel, especially in a dorm, so we’d always recommend packing clothes that don’t crease easily! Please try and be considerate to other guests too, and make sure that your own clothes don’t take over the whole room.

What’s an ensuite room?

A room that has its own bathroom. It means you don’t have to go outside your room to use the toilet or shower. Just be aware that if you have booked an ensuite dorm, you’ll share the bathroom with other guests staying in the dorm with you.

What’s a dorm room?

If you book a dorm room, you’ll be sleeping in a bunk bed and sharing your room with other travellers. Dorm rooms range in size from 4 bed to 8 bed dorms. Staying in a dorm is a great, budget friendly option and the best place to stay if you’re looking to meet new people and make friends.

What’s a private room?

A private room is a double or quadruple room that’s just for you, or for you and your friends. If you don’t fancy sharing with people you don’t know, this is the option for you! You can also make any dorm private by booking out all the beds in the room.

What about breakfast?

You can have breakfast from 08:00 to 11:00 at the bar.

Does the Hostel have a disabled access?

Yes. If you have any special requirements or need any help, get in touch with the reception.

Will my friends and I all be in the same room?

We do our very best to make sure you and your friends are all placed in the same room. In the unlikely event that we can’t put you all together, we’ll try to let you know before you arrive.

How do I make a group booking?

If there’s 10 or more of you who’d like to book to stay with us, please get in touch with our Groups Department. Please note that we don’t accept bookings for Stag & Hen parties.

Do you provide bed linen and towels?

A pillow, duvet and fresh bedding awaits you! Towels are provided in private rooms but you’ll need to bring your own or rent one from Reception for 2€ if you’re staying in a dorm.

Do you have any laundry facilities and how much are they?

Yes, there are self-serve laundry facilities. Washing is 4€ and drying 3€.

Are there hairdryers and adaptors in the rooms?

Afraid not! We do have a few you can borrow at Reception though. Just leave a deposit with us and you can take it up to your room.

Can I bring children under 16 years of age?

Children under 16 must be booked in private rooms or a whole dorm. Teenagers aged 16 and 17 can be booked into shared dorms as long as they’re with someone aged 18 or over.

Does the Hostel accept pets?

Sorry, you can’t bring pets, but they are more than welcome in the bar during opening hours (From 8:00 to 23:00)

How long can I stay in the hostel?

You can book for up to two weeks. If you want to stay longer, speak to Reception and they’ll be able to check availability for you.

How do I cancel or amend my reservation?

If you’ve booked directly at the hostel, you can contact us by mail or telephone. If you’ve booked by a channel you have to make it through the same channel where you have made the reservation.

Can I book if I don’t have a credit card?

No, sorry! You’ll need a credit or debit card to secure your booking. Although we can’t hold a booking without a card, our reservations team can let you know about availability. If there’s plenty of beds, it shouldn’t be a problem to just come along and pay with cash.

What payment methods do you accept?

We only accept cash, Mastercard and Visa card payments.

Can I get something delivered to the hostel?

Yes you can, but we recommend you let the hostel reception team know if you’re expecting a delivery. We don’t accept responsibility for lost or damaged packages.

Can I bring gests that aren’t staying in the hostel?

Friends and family who live in the city or are staying at other hostels are welcome in the bar.

Where can I get info about the city?

The Koisi Hostel team is there to help you with finding your way around the city. They’ll also be happy to share their favorite local hot spots with you!

Do you have any special offers or discounts?

We have different offers running throughout the year. Just check out our social networks for more info. To make sure you’re getting the best rate, get in touch with us directly.

Can I just turn up to the hostel to book a bed/room?

For sure! But as it can get busy in the cities, especially in the summer, we’d suggest giving us a call to check availability.

Is the hostel safe and secure?

Sure! Reception is open 24/7, so there’s always someone available if you have any issues or need a question answered. Access to the Hostel is by key card only, so keep it safe! Our team is on duty every night and CCTV cameras are up and running in all communal areas and corridors.

Do you provide confirmation letters for embassies?

Nope, sorry! We don’t have the capacity to be able to handle these kinds of requests.

– CONTACT –

Pº Heriz 38 –
20008 San Sebastián

+34 843 980 769

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