Accommodation in Bilbao with your Spanish course

Accommodation with Spanish courses

LINCE Spanish School offers you different types of accommodation in Bilbao to make your stay in our city, while doing your Spanish course, be one hundred percent rewarding.

  • Hostels
  • Shared apartment
  • Host families
Accommodation in Bilbao Ganbara Hostel

Hostels in Bilbao

You can also choose an hostel as a form of accommodation in Bilbao with your Spanish course. We work with several high-quality hostels in Bilbao, located in different areas of the city.

Accommodation with Spanish courses

If you want a modern and fun hostel, choose Ganbara-Hostel, a few meters from our school and in the heart of the Casco Viejo (Old Town).

If you prefer amazing views of the Guggenheim Museum, then your hostel in Bilbao is the Botxo Gallery, Youth Hostel.   

If you like university environment, go for the Bilbao Akelarre Hostel, in the middle of Deusto and a few minutes walk from the Guggenheim and from the most important museums of the capital.

Shared apartment in Bilbao

It is a great option as a way of accommodation in Bilbao, living in a room in an apartment. You can have more independence and share your experience with other people from different countries.

We provide room in shared apartment in Bilbao, close to our school Spanish or in any other area you prefer.

 

Accommodation with Spanish courses

Host families in Bilbao

For those who want a full immersion experience with a Spanish course, the best choice of accommodation in Bilbao is a host family. This way, you'll be able to immerse yourself in the Spanish culture and customs and practice your Spanish even more. All our host families are of great confidence and put at your disposal everything you need for an unforgettable stay in Bilbao.

The accommodation options with the host family in Bilbao are:

  • Full board- It includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Half board -It includes breakfast and dinner.

* If you need a special diet, you should inform us in advance to notify the corresponding family, so that they can accommodate your needs.