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This hostel was so bad we left three days early. We stayed in a 7 bed female dorm. A cleaner came every day but it was still extremely dirty, I don't know why she bothered. The cleaner was also really rude to us, she barged...More
The hostel and bedrooms are very dirty and very noisy. Because of traffic on the avenue and no air conditioning it is impossible to sleep even with earplugs. The staff is not friendly.
You have to pay extra fees for eveything: breakfast, locker, luggage room,...More
++ Great location!! Friendly staff, free Barcelona maps, elevator, late check-in available, very close to Aerobus station
- - Beds and doors are a bit noisy and creaky, I could also hear noises, clashing of doors and speech outside the room, no breakfast included in...More
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Honestly please don't stay here, my entire left side of my body was covered in bites and a rash! The bed was horribly uncomfortable and the window was held together by a piece of string. It was my first ever hostel and now I've stayed...More
The location is indeed very good, especially considering the reasonable price. But it is not well cleaned or maintained. The building is quite old, and the furniture very basic, the bed was not really comfortable. There is some noise from the street, but we were...More
Passing through the glorious Plaça Catalunya, you enter the newer city district of Eixample, literally translated as “extension,” which immediately becomes recognisable by its more spacious streets and elegant atmosphere. The main artery of this sizable district, Passeig de Gracia, is lined with high-end international designer stores. Not to be outdone, the glitz and glamour of this zone is perhaps best
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