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Our room was super fine! 2 double beds and a small balcony and our own bath and toilet. The staff was really helpfull and sweet. The wifi was not so good in our room but fine in the hall and the 'livingroom'. All in all...More
Reserved a twin bed room but was given a room with double bed. Receptionist hardly spoke any English. No towels provided so had to buy from local supermarket. Can hear every toilet in the building flush at night. No windows in our room. Constant noise...More
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I would most definitely recommend you NOT to stay at Hostal Muntaner!! The check in staff was extremely unhelpful and un-accommodating, everything seemed much too hard.
The wifi did not work as promised on bookings.com and all through the night there was a baby screaming,...More
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US$45 - US$201 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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