Lonely Planet review
Casa Caracol is the only backpacker hostel in the old town. Friendly, as only Cádiz can be, it has bunk dorms for four and eight, a communal kitchen, and a roof terrace with hammocks.
Our independent authors have visited Casa Caracol and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Cádiz.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Free internet access
- Bicycle hire
- Board games
- Book exchange
- Common room
- Games room
- Bicycle parking
- Breakfast included
- Housekeeping service
- Laundry facilities
- Linen included
- Washing machine
- Luggage storage
- Safe deposit box (front desk)
- Meals available
- Outdoor terrace
- Tours/travel desk
- Wheelchair accessible
Description provided by property
10 Years and still going strong. Offering much more than just a bed, we specialize in atmosphere and good vibes.
Come check our new facilities and fabulous multimedia room with home cinema.
Yoga courses. Salsa classes. Indian cooking lessons. BBQs. Bike Rental and 'pimped up hot breakfasts'
Casa Caracol is a friendly and relaxed little backpackers in the heart of old Cadiz.
The caracol- meaning snail in Spanish- reflects the slow pace of things here, hence travellers tend to slow down and sense a different rhythm. We have created a beautiful rooftop garden, full of plants and hammocks, where you can snooze through the siesta or sleep the night under the stars.
The hostal now consists of three floors plus the rooftop garden
( tropical outdoor bathroom), and so is full of different chill out spaces.
The newly renovated ground floor has a kitchen / reception / common area with a wood burning stove for the winter chill and provides a cool respite from the summer heat.
There is no lock out or curfew allowing you to find a time table that suits yourself. We have a fully equipped kitchen, offer washing facilities and actively recycle. The price includes internet access and breakfast.
We are located in the town centre five minutes from the train station and under ten minutes from the surf beach.
our reception opens at 10am and closes at midnight. for exceptional cases e-mail us!!
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