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Small comfortable hostel with good price quality, perfect located close to Casa Batllo, easy to walk to many attractions, lot of restaurants close by, friendly and helpfull staff, nice breakfast to start.
Friendly staff, fair pricing & good location but very thin walls so you will most likely hear everything what is going, the guests were not noisy at all though. The beds were decent and the laundry possibility was a bonus.
Nice rooms, the staff is lovely. The bathrooms are very clean, everymorning they clean the bathrooms.
The best point it is the location, neer to "batlo house" and "la pedrera".
But it is a good choice for who is traveling for a short budget.
low comfot stay but cheap for location .staff tried to be helpful and were all good at several langages
kitchen small along with rooms
needs more shower/ toilets
dont think kichen / reception thing works
good location although hard to find on encountering initaliy
The double private room was really overpriced compared to what you get for your money. Windows are facing a really noisy street, so it makes quit impossible to sleep early in the morning due to the sound of traffic. I have visited Barca few times,...More
US$29 - US$82 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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