Translation of hostel in Spanish:


albergue juvenil, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɒst(ə)l//ˈhɑstl/


  • 1also youth hostel

    albergue juvenil masculine
    albergue de juventud masculine
  • 2

    (for students) residencia feminine British
    (for the homeless, for battered wives etc) hogar masculine
    • As the street reaches the train station, it becomes seedier, with fast food joints, strip clubs and cheap hostels.
    • Many employers will not consider someone who provides a hostel or bed & breakfast lodgings as an address.
    • The Irish Refugee Council's report found the direct-provision system, where asylum seekers' needs are provided by hostels, was not working.
    • Each of the school's two hostels has 52 students with every room colour coded and featuring beds, wardrobes, drawers, a pin board, a desk and chair as well as shelving.
    • A study by the Irish Refugee Council examined the experiences of asylum seekers in Cork, Ennis and Limerick who rely on hostels for food and supplies.
    • Funding is being provided to establish a hostel for visiting families of patients and for use by post-operative patients.
    • A hotel that once knew better days is now a cheap hostel.
    • In addition to providing hostels and day centres for homeless people, Alabare runs projects geared towards drug addicts, victims of domestic violence and people with disabilities or learning difficulties.
    • Students living in hostels, unlike other tenants, are not covered by the Residential Tenancy Act 1986, which lays out the minimum standards required of landlords.
    • Since 1981, a total of 28 people have been killed in fires at backpacker hostels and other cheap boarding facilities.
    • Comfortably housed in college hostels, the students describe the programme as the ‘most memorable of their lives’ and are very proud to be chosen.
    • The hostels for Gujjar students established during the tenure of Sheikh Abdullah in the late 1970s are far from adequate to meet the rising demand.
    • Before calling in police, management disconnected electricity and water supplies to the factory and to the workers' hostels in an attempt to break the strike.
    • The action is over demands for an increase in the living-out allowance, which allows miners to live away from the single-sex hostels provided by the company.
    • Moreover, the level of services and facilities provided by hotels, hostels and camping sites varies considerably.
    • The road is lined by cheap hostels and unpretentious bars that bustle at night, and has been a popular spot for foreign backpackers and budget tourists for many years.
    • The conditions in workers' hostels - mostly private dwellings in the surrounding areas - also contribute to health problems.
    • Construction delays at a new hostel have again seen students forced to stay in a hotel, possibly for as long as a month.
    • Volunteers from the shop also give talks in local hostels and provide cheap clothing to them.
    • If you're traveling solo, a hostel can be cheaper than a hotel.

intransitive verb


  • 1

    to go hosteling ir de vacaciones alojándose en albergues juveniles