This is one of the most beautiful hostels, in a seventeenth century church. It is in the centre of Pamplona, in the old town. It has three floors, and plenty of glass to allow light to enter. The bunks are aligned, separated by wooden walls, and at the top there's a kitchen and a very nice dining room. The bathrooms are cleaned regularly, and it has a room with washers and dryers for your clothes. It costs 7 euros, with an extra euro for the bottom sheet and pillowcase. Here they are fabric, not disposable like in most hostels, and in the morning you could deposit it in the laundry basket before leaving. They close at 10, but as we arrived on the day of the European Cup final, they opened late for us.
The beautiful hostal Pilgrim was built in 2007, on the site of an old convent. It is an ideal destination for pilgrims traveling to and from Santiago de Compostela. Note that to get access to the room, you have to show your credentials, as its exclusively for pilgrims. The cost is very cheap, and the atmosphere is simply spectacular. The hotel is located in the heart of Pamplona, so you have everything nearby.