Help out and collaborate with your host only a few hours per week.
Help serving and organizing meals.
Organize and lead tours around the area.
Help clean the kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms and common areas.
Exchange and wash bed linens. Make the beds.
Have some time off for yourself, go explore the city or rest for a while.
Have a private room to chill and relax just by yourself.
Be ready to meet people while staying in a shared dorm.
Get your free breakfast, the most important meal of the day.
Feel free to prepare your own meal here
Don’t miss a thing! Get discounts and enjoy your free time.
Feel free to explore! Get discounts on partner locations.
There's a special place where all the clothes get cleaned for free.
Be part of something! Get free events.
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Our hostel is fun but relaxed, attracting people that come to chill-out rather than to party. Still, we like bringing life to the hostel and always keeping a great atmosphere. We organise dinners, BBQs, tapas tours and sangria nights, but we're also open to your ideas! You will be hanging out with people a lot and spending time pleasantly :) The other part of your work would be making bunk beds and some light cleaning.Learn more
Fluent English and Beginner Spanish
Over 18 years old
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El Granado is a mystic place! I couldn't imagine me working at another hostel in Granada. The atmosphere that El Granado has is amazing. I made friends for my entire life in my short stay there. As the hostel isn't so big, you can meet all the guests and go to free tours. Marco was so nice with me, he always asked me if I was ok. And there is Trufa, the most lovely dog ever, everyone fall in love with her. The job is not hard and they respect yours hours of work and the free time. I forgot to say... Granada is one of the best city I've been in Spain, so full of life and energetic people.
What can I say? My experience in the Granado was unbeatable, Marco and the co-workers welcomed me with open arms, they made me feel at home. I honestly have to give five stars in everything because it has been one of the best experiences I've had. The location of the hostel is a luxury and the jobs are far from the heavy, until you enjoy doing it. I would like to have something to criticize so that the review does not seem partial but it is not possible to do so, I would recommend it 100% above all for someone who feels the need to live in its own skin the magic of Granada.
My experience in El Granado was much better than I was expecting! They received so well! Aga and Marcos are great people and all the workers in the hostel are as a big family! I had a great time during these 2 weeks I spent there! I learnt new things and tasks, and I could exchange a lot of experiences with people from all around the world! It's an amazing place with great people and pleasant and familiar atmosphere! And the house is very beautiful and nice too!! For suRe they will do everything to make you feel at home!! I recommend this place for everybody! And the city is amazing too!!
It was my first experience as a volunteer and it could not have been better! Marco and Aga were very understanding and it was easy to coordinate and adapt on the tasks. The hostel is very cosy and nice (especially the rooftop, right? haha).
I met awesome people there and my only regret is that I had to leave sooner than expected!
I'll sure come back to say hello in the future!
Our guests are everything from young backpackers to families with children and pets. Our hostel is a great place to meet people from all over the world, get in contat with different cultures and practice languages. Granada is an old university town of great cultural importance with easy access to open-air activities and a thriving student nightlife. Overlooking town and at the feet of snow capped mountains lies the Alhambra, an old morish for...About the host