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Yeah Barcelona Hostel

Carrer Girona, 176, 08037 Barcelona Spain
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#24 of 1,126 Speciality lodging in Barcelona
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Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Rooftop terrace
24-hour security
Outdoor pool
Breakfast buffet
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun terrace
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish, Catalan and 2 more


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Grade: 100 out of 100
339Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
75Attractionswithin 0.5 km
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R A simpson wrote a review Sep. 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
The hostel is ok, nothing exeptional. But they have a bar craw and charge 12 euros for that, what is extremely forbiden in Catalonia and Barcelona to do any bar craw and eveb more to charge for it. You can enjoy the same experience in other hostels for free. Be aware and don't pay for the Bar Craw. Just a way for the hostel to take money from tourists.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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nasos.nr wrote a review Apr. 2020
119 contributions25 helpful votes
We were expecting just a hostel with the main services and benefits. But the experience that we got was something amazing!!!! All the comforts that someone asks are there. Amazing room with comfortable beds, luxurious bathroom. Great breakfast And service. All the staff is there to help you always with a smile. I wish we were there during summer because there is a pool as well. If somebody wants there is dinner provided as well with An extra cost but it's worth the experience as all together in a great atmosphere enjoy it. Just great, amazing, thank you so much for the hospitality!!!!!
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
1 Helpful vote
Mary D wrote a review Mar. 2020
Moscow, Russia219 contributions41 helpful votes
The best hostel and place to stay in Barcelona! Amazing staff, great dinners and breakfasts. Super clean, quiet in the rooms and supper fun in the lounge and dinners area. Thank you guys again ❤️ And yeah, Lukas was amazing, super fun to be around and he showed me the world, shining, shimmering, splendid 😉
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
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Pranav C wrote a review Jan. 2020
New York City, New York23 contributions14 helpful votes
Yeah Hostel is a classic example of an accommodation arrangement over-delivering on expectations! My first observation of the hostel was their staff’s promptness of e-mail correspondence. They were great about humoring my endless barrage of questions prior to my arrival. The hostel’s location is fantastic. It is a few blocks away from the Verdaguer metro station and within walking distance to Casa Batllo and Casa Mila on Passeig de Gracia. The hostel itself has a very cool vibe. There are three common areas that travelers congregate at – the bar/restaurant area, the rooftop, and the large (but dimly lit) living room on the first floor above ground level. I booked a private room at the hostel. The incredibly cozy and comfortable room was by far one of the fanciest rooms I have ever stayed at in a hostel. In fact, if I did not know better, I may have momentarily forgotten that I was NOT on a corporate-expensed business trip staying at a quaint hotel. I attended one of the nightly bar crawls organized by the hostel as well as the Gothic Quarter walking tour. Pablo (the German guy) led the walking tour of the Gothic quarter. As someone that has attended walking tours in different cities in several countries, I can say without even an iota of doubt that Pablo is one of the best tour guides I have ever met. His impeccable ability to blend historical context with fun factoids is exemplary and this approach went a long way to truly bringing the Gothic quarter to life for those of us that were part of the tour. Argentinian Pablo (different from the German one) led the bar crawl which I attended on my final night at the hostel. Pablo has the right personality for an activity like this and does a fine job of interacting with everyone in the group. My one piece of advice for the bar crawl is to do some sort of pre-departure ice-breaker at the hostel before the group is taken to the first bar. This is likely to facilitate a better group dynamic. As someone that has led pub crawls for six years at hostels, I can vouch for the fact that ice-breakers at the beginning of the bar crawl are a great catalyst for a vibrant group dynamic and they truly pave the way for members of the group to foster new connections. The one piece of overall feedback that I have for the hostel is to add a message board for travelers to write on in case they want to pass on a message to other guests. I have leveraged this in the past to organize visits in the city with a group of travelers staying in the same hostel. Relying solely on randomly bumping into other travelers at one the three common areas can be incredibly “hit or miss”. A message board goes a long way in alleviating this variability. Solo travelers, in particular, would find this very helpful. Between the hostel’s location, tours it organizes, and its charming visual aesthetic, it has a lot going for it. That being said, I strongly believe that its most valuable asset is its gregarious and hospitable staff. David extended the warmest welcome one could hope for at a hostel. Pablo (the German) talked me OUT of attending the weekly La Sardana (Catalan square dance) outside of the Cathedral at the Gothic quarter and convinced me to visit Bunkers del Carmel on my final morning in Barcelona. I love it when hostel staff go the extra mile and feel invested in shaping the experiences of hostel guests by insisting they do something specific while on the trip (even if means convincing the guest to pass up on other plans). Going to Bunkers del Carmel was a fantastic idea and I am convinced that final morning would have been sub-optimal had Pablo not emphatically insisted on me making the visit. Soraya (named after the former Queen of Iran and second wife of the exiled King Mohammad Reza Pahlavi) from the front desk actively helped me figure out my travel logistics to and back from Bunkers del Carmel. Of course, she did this while entertaining a slew of other annoying questions from me! Rarely has my final day in a city been this perfect – and I owe this entirely to the staff at Yeah Hostel. Massive kudos to David, Pablo (both the German and Argentinian) and of course the very charming Soraya!
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Kenneth C wrote a review Jan. 2020
Irvine, California7 contributions2 helpful votes
I spent new years at this hostel, i arrived on a whim. I was greeted by the super friendly Dalma and jake , who were not only super excited to meet me but took a special interest in me and really helped me feel welcome. I remember the 2nd time I saw dalma she gave me a big fat hug like we were long lost friends , and it really made me feel special . Also jake would hang out with me in the middle of the night and we would smoke cigarettes and talk about life on his breaks , you could tell that both of them really enjoyed their jobs and making the guest feel welcome seemed like a passion for them. Love you guys please hit me up if your ever in Cali ! Also special shout out to Lucas , who took us on one of the most amazing pub crawls ever , not only was his energy super great , but he is an amazing singer and also knew exactly what to say to get us all hyped up to go out ! He pulled me aside out of the group and told me that he especially appreciated me and my energy that evening and bought me a drink , he as well as the others for sure deserve a raise. Also special shout out to David , when I checked in he was super knowledgeable and super helpful and gave special attention to all my needs , it’s really cool to visit a hostel and have the staff play such an integral role in my experience , I will for sure be recommending to my friends and coming back to visit in the summer ! Love you guys !!! Ken ( from Cali )
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Date of stay: December 2019
1 Helpful vote
US$41 - US$162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
SpainCataloniaProvince of BarcelonaBarcelonaEixample / La Dreta de l'Eixample
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Frequently Asked Questions about Yeah Barcelona Hostel
Which popular attractions are close to Yeah Barcelona Hostel?
Nearby attractions include Bloody Mary Cocktail Lounge (0.5 km), Old Fashioned - Gin Tonic & Cocktail Bar (0.5 km), and Despacio Spa at The One (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Yeah Barcelona Hostel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Yeah Barcelona Hostel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Yeah Barcelona Hostel?
Yes, paid private parking on-site is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Yeah Barcelona Hostel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Don Kilo Gourmet, Don Kilo Restaurant, and La Cava Cakery.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Yeah Barcelona Hostel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Yeah Barcelona Hostel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Catalan.
Are there any historical sites close to Yeah Barcelona Hostel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar (2.3 km), Reial Monestir de Santa Maria de Pedralbes (4.1 km), and Ciutat Vella (2.3 km).
Is Yeah Barcelona Hostel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.