Host family accommodation

Living with a Spanish family is one of the best ways to get to know the country you visit, including its culture and its people. It will also allow you to practice the Spanish language in a natural way.

Characteristics of living in a host family

Available all year.
Minimum stay 1 week.
Single room. Please, enquire for double room.
Possibility of accommodation half board or full board.
Arrival the Sunday before the Spanish course and departure the Saturday after finishing the course.
More days are considered extra nights. For extra nights, consult us about availability.

Family life

The maximum distance between the house and the Spanish schools is 20 minutes on foot or 10-15 minutes by bus.
The families are selected and visited regularly. In all of them, you will find a warm atmosphere that will help you get integrated into the family and city life very quickly.
You will have a single room and will be able to choose between accommodation and breakfast, half board (breakfast and lunch) or full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
The family provides the bed linen, but you must bring your own towels. You should keep your room clean and share the housework with the rest of the family.
You can use the washing machine once a week.
The family will give you your own key.
As in any family around the world, there are also a series of rules you must follow: be punctual to meal hours, let the host know if you are not having lunch or dinner at home, phone when arriving late at night...

A week before your arrival you will be sent all the information related to the family you will live with.

Accommodation payment

  • The accommodation payment is made together with the payment of the course and the rest of the contracted services in the enrolment form before starting the course.
  • The same conditions apply for long-term courses.
  • Payment is made to ZADOR school of Spanish.
  • Payment of extra food not included in the price, phone, Internet, use of the washing machine more than once per week, etc. must be made by the student directly to the family. The student must arrange this issue with the family.