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Don't stay at this hostel if you don't want to be robbed. The place has no security and the owners don't bother about that. Please look for another place to stay if you want your things to stay with you.
I was robbed in this...More
It is a fine hostel for a short stay. (For me 1 night only) The building and furniture are really old but everything works fine. It crosses to a pretty busy road so it is kind of noisy. There is no airconditioning so inside the...More
Not very pleasant, good for a short stay or if there's not many other places to stay. No air conditioning, very old worn down building, quiet dusty. There were a decent number of bathrooms but half the time the workers locked them all day so...More
This was the only hostel available the dates I was staying in Barcelona, so I booked four nights and paid 30euro/night. Way to expensive for its poorly service and furniture etc. I only slept there as this is not a place where you spend more...More
Old style hostel. Nothing special about it, just it is located in the city centre near la rambla street. Just the location is awesome! Rooms are tiny. From inside looks like some haunted house. Stayed there for 3 days
US$25 - US$171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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