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The La Asuncion Minor Seminary Lodge provides the following services:Reception 177 single beds Social rooms with TV Toilets and showers Laundry Internet Vending machines Outdoor parking for bikes Bottom sheet & pillow case included in the accommodation price It is essential to have sleeping bag at one´s disposalTimetableFor the lodge´s correct functioning and maintenance we recommend our gueststo:Leave the facilities before 9:30 h. A.M., since cleaning takes place between 9:30h. and 13:30h Access the facilities after 13:30 P.M. Reception serviceThe reception is open from 13:30 h. to 23:00 h.
All reviews single room communal kitchen sleeping bag per night large building hot water final night bed was comfortable minute walk reception staff old city dormitories seminary washbasin supermarket sphere camino
Single beds, not too crowded, good lockers,plenty of toilets and showersThere is a cafe and a shop to go alongside the kithchen (which is a little under equipped for the large number of people using it). But lots of stairs, no where outside to dry...More
We finished the Camino Portugese and had 3 nights at the Seminario. It was well worth it. We took 3 single rooms st $17Euro per night and after 31 days on the Camino the luxury of a room to yourself was beyond description. They also...More
There are pros and cons to Albergue Seminario, and I suppose the longer you’ve been on the Camino, the more you’ll be willing to look past it’s cons.
Bottom line is that it operates and feels overly institutional — sort of like a prison or...More
After finishing the Camino and visiting the Cathedral and having a celebratory lunch everything else was liable to be a disappointment, however the Seminario was anything but. A beautiful building situated very close to the centre of the old City with breathtaking views, it had...More
We had pre-booked our accommodation here for the final night of our Camino. It’s a former minor seminary, which is a boarding school for future priests! It’s a huge building overlooking the city, about a 15 minute walk from the Cathedral (quite hilly but you’ll...More