Hostal El Pago

Hostal El Pago

Hostal El Pago is small family run Hostal (the Spanish equivalent of a better class B&B) in Turre.

Now, as I live just nearby, I´ve never actually stayed there, but I have convinced Jose to show me round some of the rooms, and my, they certainly were spotless! Comfortable looking beds, spacious rooms and as many extra blankets and towels as you can stuff in a suitcase.

hostal hotel turre el pago almeria

Jose & Maria are old acquaintances, as I often pop in with some friends who work nearby for coffee and tapas. The downstairs restaurant does a comfortable trade in Menu del Dias and bar trade, and Maria is always happy to whip up some tapas or raciones for the hungry drinker.

I´ve had the menu del dia on a few occasions, and it´s good, filling Spanish style cooking – let me put it this way, you won´t leave feeling hungry! The restaurant can feel a bit cold in winter, but a bottle of Joses red wine soon puts that right.

It´s not really setup for the non Spanish speaking tourist, and mainly caters to the Spanish market – if that puts you off, then please do stay away so the rest of us can enjoy it in peace!

P.S. Parking is ample!


Original comments copied from original website:

Peter Kelly ( (08:21:21 @ ’29-Mar-08):

Came across your website by accident and enjoyed the content thoroughly.Do I get a prize for being first?

(Note from David: Nope!)

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