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Me and two friends stayed for 2 nights/3 days. We arrived to find out we were sharing a mixed room (fair enough we should have double checked while booking) so if that's not your thing I wouldn't recommend.
Also, the bathroom and kitchen were messy...More
First of all, this place is a flat remodeled into a hostel. Therefore, the shared room is basically a large living room with sofas and beds. There are two private rooms, one of which has a balcony with a magnificent view at the la rambla...More
Overall was nice, the rooms are ok and clean and also the bathroom. Common area felt neglected and not clean, staff ok. The location is nice and pretty central even though it is not right in the middle of the Ramblas. Wouldn't come back again....More
I really enjoyed the 4 nights we stayed there. In general it was kind of a flat sharing atmosphere as if we were in college. We had our own room, the staff was young, fun, helpful and perfectly able to speak English. Furthermore there was...More
Thank Christian S
Response from DavidMembrado, Gerente at Art City HostelResponded 15 April 2017
Thank you for your positive review. You point out what we think is the best quality of the hostel: to be a nice place where young people can interact with each other.
We stayed for 3 nights.
You pay for what you get. It's a decent hostel, don't expect much in terms of quality of installations. The kitchen was nasty, and there was only one toilet! Which sometimes didn't even have toilet paper...as for the showers, the...More
US$34 - US$106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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