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I stayed in this hostel recently for 3 nights. It's about 800 mt from the Sagrada Familia. The prize is very cheap and rooms are very clean (towels are changed every day). The only disvantage is that not all the rooms have toilet so you...More
This was a great way to stay in Barcelona.
A good hostel and a great location in the centre. If we come back to Barcelona we will stay with you again. We had a double room with balcony this was clean and tidy. The elevator...More
Forget the fresh looking photos on booking portals. The place is a sad sorry place. I had a room that was 1.5m by 2.5m but that makes it that I had a big TV given the size of the wall. True it is clean but...More
They dont have a receptionist which means that they dont open if they are not there. the neighbors are feed up with the turists and quite upset as every guest rings on our doorbells. also the rooms are very noisy from the trafic of the...More
The staff are friendly, very helpful, warm and welcoming. There are also English speaking staff which is helpful
Good location, slightly loud at night with the main road. Nice place to stay and I'd recommend it to others.
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US$36 - US$124 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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