We stayed 2 nights at Globetrotter last spring. Honestly, it was probably my least favorite albergue. Noise outside in the street and what sounded like a party above but with lots of kids, was horrendous and seemed to go on all night. The windows had been shut because of the noise making it unbearably hot and considering Covid was still making the rounds a lot, this seemed unwise. The showers and toilets were not very clean and the shower made the entire floor wet. At first was happy to have a womens room, but the women were up all night, chatting on their phones and with each other, packing bags at 02:00, leaving their lights on. I could not wait to leave. I had looked forward to this one because of the curtains and pod beds but got so little sleep, I never want to go back there again.
For this spring, had been looking for a place outside of the city center just a bit (read those low rating reviews on booking dot com to find the places that are noisy at night) and hope this next place is good. Staying at "Check-In" in May. Has anyone else stayed here?
In 2015, stayed at the Hermanas Trinitarias and that was simply lovely. Check them out too if you want a quiet, clean, and cheap bed.