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Oasis Backpackers Hostel Granada Centre

Oasis Backpackers Hostel in Granada Centre is among the hostels in town and where the now “famous” Oasis concept of hospitality began. When we opened our Granada hostel back in 2003 we started with one main belief about what youth hostels should be about: Traveling is fun, meeting people is essential, and really feeling like you got to know a city through its smells, sounds, people, food, alcohol and culture are the only things that matter.

Budget Rooms, Dorms and Beds in our Granada Hostel, check our offers!

At Oasis Backpackers Hostels in Granada, we have many types of rooms ranging from 6 to 10 beds dorm for all types of travellers. All dorms come standard equipped with comfortable beds, personal lockers, linen, blankets, electronic access and free wi-fi access. All rooms have their own ensuite bathroom.

Activities at our Hostel in Granada!

At the Oasis Backpackers Hostel in Granada, we do not only offer excellent dorms and beds for quality accommodation but a great variety of activities to make sure you have a blast while staying with us. Check our activities and make sure you don’t miss the fun.

Waterfall Hike

World Fusion Tapas

Street Art and The Caves

Pub Crawl of the Damned!

Meet and Greet

Seafood Paella Dinner

Things to do and Activities in Granada, our Backpackers Guide!

Granada is amazing! It is not only the city of the Alhambra, which welcomed over 2.4 million visitors, making it the number one visited monument in all of Spain, surpassing even the Sagrada Família in Barcelona. A city full of vibrant student life and a rich history, Granada is the soul of Southern Spain. With this list of must-see sights, you’re sure to see Granada the way it’s meant to be seen and experience all the best parts of this Andalucian gem – like tasty free tapas, distinct culture, amazing architecture, vibrant flamenco, and bustling night life.

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If you have stayed with us, you have for sure seen (and tasted) Mika's famous giant paella.

Today, after many years of cooking the biggest paella in Granada, the paella king has passed his legacy to our beautiful new chef. Welcome to the family Sandra. Long live the new paella queen 👊
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We love when people write about our hostel and our beautiful Granada. Especially when it's from someone so talented ❤ Thank you @girlstravellingsolo

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READ MY BLOG, GO VISIT GRANADA, SPAIN.
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Northern Hemisphere people congratulations you have survived January! But maybe you are ready to get away, have a weekend in the Sun, but of course you don’t have much money (Christmas has just passed, and January sales of course).
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I have the solution, head to the STUNNING south of Spain and stay in Granada, honestly one of my favourite European cities. .
Granada is famous for a few things: beer is only €2, and you get a free tapas (small plate of food) with each drink, tapas include the delicious iberico ham and even calamari. .
Granada is cold this time of year but it is SUNNY, this picture was taken exactly one year ago. .
Granada used to be an old Moorish town and there is so much stunning architecture with the Alhambra, a magnificent Moorish palace still standing with all the original architecture. Tickets for this sell out way in advance so you definitely need to book them before you arrive.
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There is also FLAMENCO dancing, with dinner and a show held inside the CAVES in the mountains, truly a once in a lifetime experience. .
Finally, stay in a luxurious hotel, of if you’re feeling adventurous stay at one of my favourite ever hostels IN THE WORLD, the Oasis hostel. .
Fly cheap from London to Malaga then get an easy 2 hour bus to Granada. .
Trust me, you can thank me afterwards ❤️.
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Read my blog (LINK IN BIO) about Granada and where to stay and what to do.
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Street Art and Caves Tour in Granada

Every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 3:00pm to 6:00pm Come joins us for this great 3 hours walk to discover alternative side of Granada. See the three oldest neighbourhoods in the City ~ Albayzin ,Sacromonte and Realejo and their amazing Street Art from different...

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Meet & Great

At Oasis, being travelers ourselves, we know what is like to arrive to a new foreign city wanting to make new friends Learn everything about the place that we are visiting but sometimes not knowing how or where to start. That is why we have created this cool bonding...

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Five hidden places of Granada

Granada is one of the favorite destinies to visit in Spain and every year it leads the lists of most visited cities for numerous reasons. Its light, people, gastronomy and most of all those charming corners that you find while walking through the city. However, this...

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Our hostel is at the Albayzin neighborhood, centrally located, it is very easy to find us!

Just follow directions below and you will be alright.
Remember, you can always call us should you get lost and need some more directions +34 958 215 848

Address

Placeta Correo Viejo, 3
18010 Granada, Spain
R. T. A. H/GR/01422

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How do I get to Oasis Hostel…?

from Granada Bus Station

bus: 1,40€ / taxi: 6€ – 8€ / walk: 45 min.

From Bus Station you can take bus SN1. Continue until Gran Via 1 stop.

From ‘Gran via 1’, also known as the Cathedral stop, to the hostel.
As you are approaching this stop, the Cathedral will be on your right. Get off the bus. You will be on a boulevard called ‘Gran Via’. Walk back and across the boulevard at ‘Caixa Bank’. Cross ‘Gran Via’ here and go ahead into the street called Carcel Baja. Keep walking, you will pass ‘Boom Boom Room’, the biggest disco in Granada. Then, you will arrive to an intersection, continue straight away and walk up the street called ‘Calderia Nueva’. You will be passing many Arabic shops and restaurants.

Your first street left is Placeta Correo Viejo and, after few steps, you will to the Placeta and on the right side, there will be a big wooden door, welcome to Oasis!!
Following those indications it shouldn’t take you more than 5 minutes to reach us from the bus stop. If you’re lost, just call us!

If you booked the apartment, please contact us to arrange a meeting time for exchanging the apartment key. A taxi to the apartment adress divided by 4 will be cheaper than taking 2 buses.

from Granada Airport

Bus: 3€ / taxi:25€

Take the airport bus from Granada Airport and it will drop you off at the Cathedral stop. You will be on a boulevard called ‘Gran Via’. Walk back and check across the boulevard a ‘Caixa Bank’. Cross ‘Gran Via’ here and go ahead into the street called Carcél Baja. Keep walking, you will pass ‘Boom Boom Room’, the biggest disco in Granada. Then, you will arrive to an intersection, continue straight away and walk up the street called ‘Calderia Nueva’. You will be passing many Arabic shops and restaurants.
Make your first left into Placeta Correo Viejo and, after few steps, on the right side, there will be a big wooden door, welcome to Oasis!!

Following those indications it shouldn´t take you more than 5 minutes to reach us from the bus stop. If you need any help finding us freecall 9001 OASIS or 958 215 848.

from Granada Train Station

bus: 1,40€ / taxi: 5€ / walk: 25 min

From the Granada train station you will need to walk 200m leaving the station behind you until you reach the main avenue, Avenida Constitución, where all buses stop. Take any “LAC” or SN1 buses to ‘Gran via 1’ stop, which is also known as the Cathedral stop. As you are approaching this stop, the Cathedral will be on your right.

Get off the bus. You will be on a boulevard called ‘Gran Via’. Walk back, in opposite direction as the bus goes, and check across the boulevard a bank called ‘Caixa’. Cross ‘Gran Via’ here and go ahead into the street called Carcél Baja around the corner where Caixa is. Keep walking and you will pass ‘Boom Boom Room’, one of the biggest discos in Granada. Then, you will arrive to an intersection, continue straight away and walk up the street with stairs called ‘Calderia Nueva’. You will be passing many Arabic shops and restaurants.

Make your first left into Placeta Correo Viejo and, after few steps, on the right side, there will be a big wooden door, welcome to Oasis!!

Following those indications it shouldn´t take you more than 5 minutes to reach us from the bus stop. If you need any help finding us call 958 215 848 or our free line 9001OASIS for spanish numbers.

By Car

Getting by car to the hostel entrance is not possible, the closest Parking is 500m from the hostel. Is called ‘San Agustin’ and costs around 25€ for 24h. You can find cheaper parkings around the city centre. Park on the street for free is possible out of center, in white lines. Blue line parking is restricted by time except for Sundays. We recommend you to park in ‘San Agustin’, bring your luggage to the hostel and we will show you on the map different options for your car. To get to ‘San Agustin’ Parking you have only 2 options: driving through San Jeronimo or Elvira streets. A GPS navigation or a real map are a must to drive in the city, take you time before arrival in Granada to get an idea of the way you want to take. Watch out for cameras in restricted access streets, always respect  forbidden signs in bright yellow background.

If you booked the apartment, please contact us 1 hour before arrival to arrange a meeting for exchanging the apartment key. Remember the apartment is on a different address. If you have a car the apartment has its own garage, but you will need to give us your car details before arrival to allow your entrance in the Albaicín neighbourhood. Also, be very carefull when folowing GPS navigation, as there has been many troubles with cars being directed to roads with limited access. If you don´t have a car, the easiest and cheapest way from Bus or Train stations until the apartment is a Taxi ride.

Read some reviews about Oasis Backpackers Hostel Granada

I loved the location of this hostel. It is located on a market street which has lots of things to look at and places to eat. It is really close to a square which is central to many things. The staff were so helpful! The receptionist helped me get tickets to a flamenco show and had great suggestions of places to visit. They have different tours they offer that are spectacular. The guide is so funny and knowledgeable about the area! Susan, USA

Travelled in May 2017

The hostel is located in the lovely Arabic market, in a central position even if a little bit difficult to reach if you don’t have a backpack. The reception and bar staff is really friendly and always organize activities for the guests. The rooms and bathroom are clean and comfortable. The kitchen is big and well equipped. The atmosphere in general is wonderful if you’re keen to socialize and explore the city, we would love to come back! Ana, Italy

Travelled in April 2017

GREAT location right in the center of everything – the one drawback is you need to walk up a crowded cobblestone street uphill with long spaced out steps on it to get there. It wasn’t too much of an issue outside of when we were coming in with luggage and weren’t expecting it. Outside of that, awesome experience. BUY ALHAMBRA TICKETS through hostel if you can – we were able to skip a huge line in the morning by doing so! Oasis is a great hostel – definitely recommend it! Ryan, Canada

Travelled in May 2017

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