See why so many travellers make Hostal Casa de Huespedes San Fernando their hotel of choice when visiting Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
24 hour front desk is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. If you are driving to Hostal Casa de Huespedes San Fernando, there is free public parking available nearby.
Guests of Hostal Casa de Huespedes San Fernando can find some great restaurants a short walk from the hotel, including Red Onion-Restaurante (0.8 mi), Dune Bistrot (0.9 mi), and Canary Lounge (0.9 mi).
At Hostal Casa de Huespedes San Fernando, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
You get what you pay for. It was €29 for one night and served as a good stop-gap when everywhere else was ridiculously expensive due to winter pride. It’s very basic....single bed, work closet and desk but the communal bathroom and toilet was kept very clean. Fine for one night.
We’re there for few days is not the best but is cheap and near market and shops,only 10’minutes walking from playa del ingles. The hotel has a shared toilet and sometimes is busy so you have to wait. I will not return of course I will book an apartment next time.
Cheap and noisy night-stay. Room is simple. A worn bed and a decomposing closet. The floor of the washroom is covered with very slippery tiles. Certainly someone falls there on the wet floor. Internet is only at the front door. A non-smoker must withstand the terror of smokers. Corridors and stairs are noisy.
Airbnb is cheaper! You get your key from Mr Grumpy and go up the unlit (it’s even dark in the daytime) staircase and wonder where they got their dark yellow paint for the doors, must have bought 500 litres in the 70’s and are still using it, open the door to our stinking of smoke luxury 3bed apartment with private bathroom, well a three bedded room with a bathroom only separated by a shower curtain from the room. €55 for one night and they can’t put a door on the bathroom? The ‘worn through’ bed bases looked like they were 50 years old too and the mattresses not much less, springs could be felt through the sheet while lying on them, no loo roll, no glasses, no kettle, no bedside tables, nothing except beds Sheets and blankets, broken chairs and small table, tiny lock on the tiny insecure balcony, no chairs or table. Bathroom was clean, but zero privacy. There are no facilities in the hostel, no bar etc. So why not just get Airbnb, yes I know many won’t do one night and this is ok if you’re desperate. Otherwise you can get Airbnb for say 3 nights from €28 a night, wish I’d paid for 3 nights and just stayed one in a nice flat!…
Refugee camp standard but cheap.i could not get Wi Fi on the 2nd floor .noise was annoying .door slams etc. Location is not too bad 30min walk to the dunes .there is a supermarket just behind the hostel but quite expensive .food around is cheap but not the best.