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The Hostel was not too far from the metro. We rang the bell once and no one answered so we rang few more times then got SCOLD by the receptionist ( wow). We understand this is a budget hotel, cannot request for much but the...More
We were 3 friends traveling and this was the cheapest option in Barcelona given the Primavera festival. Our room had it's own bathroom. Room was not spacious but still OK for 3 people (notice that beds are quite small). Bathroom was small but clean. Room...More
The room is very dark, smal and clumsy. The walls are thin so it gets really noisy and hard to sleep. The bed is old, and dont fit an average size couple. Location is near the metro but a good walk from nice restaurants and...More
Very friendly, helpful and always smilling staff; no problems with communication in english and spanish.
In 2-4 minutes of walk from the hotel is a very nice grocery and 3 supermarkets: Opencor, SPAR and Dia.
5 minuts to metro station Hospital Clinic.
The neighbourhood is...More
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