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Stayed here for 4 nights. The staff are nice and friendly, always asking how you are and trying to include you in activities etc.
They have regular nights out and group activities, we unfortunately didn't participate so I can't comment on them, but we weren't...More
We paid a lot of money to stay here for three nights and I don't think it was quite worth it. However, that's not to say it was a bad experience, I'd just say it's overpriced a tad.
What I liked: The location was decent,...More
January 2010 saw me and my housemates stranded in Barcelona late at night, due to snow grounding all buses and trains back to Logrono. Luckily my housemate had his trusty Lonely Planet guide to hand, and found a write up for Mambo Tango Hostel. We...More
Fantastic, the staff is very friendly, and help you in every aspect of your holiday. The hostel offers a series of services that make your vacation very comforatble. In addition, the hostel is located in a strategic place, full of pubs and much more. Special...More
This place was nice and cozy. Kinda small but a super friendly atmosphere. They have staff for all age groups. I really enjoyed when Giovanni was working front desk. He made me feel super comfortable and had great recommendations for local and nearby attractions. He...More
US$29 - US$106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi Gary- I can't remember how long it took to get to the hostel but it wasn't too far, we got 2 seperate trains which I think is pretty common with barcaleona cos their metro is crazy compared to Glasgows simple circle! At... More
Hi Gary- I can't remember how long it took to get to the hostel but it wasn't too far, we got 2 seperate trains which I think is pretty common with barcaleona cos their metro is crazy compared to Glasgows simple circle! At the airport head for the metro, depending on what terminal you're at i think you'll have to walk over a sort of bridge/walkway to get to it. From there you can't go wrong as it's a simple one way system - one train leaving the airport and the other coming in to the airport. At the airport metro buy a multi journey ticket as it will save you money in the coming days! I think it's like €10 or something can't mind how many journeys but at the end of our long weekend we hadn't used them all up! So that line is the grey line, stay on that til you get to Sants station then get off and jump on the green line and get off at paral-lel. The hostel is less than 5minutes walk from there! If you're going alone the hostel is a great choice :) they will offer to make dinner for you and take you out on tours and pub crawls haha. Have fun!