Mar 4 - Mar 5
friendly staff and cleanness, very convenient location close to the airport
Mar 1 - Mar 2
This is in a good location. Close to everything. It’s a big place and it seems like the staff can just barely keep up with it. Everyone seems a little overwhelmed. They aren’t rude but they are right on the border of it. Their were a lot of little kids there. At one point during my stay the eating ...
Feb 25 - Feb 26
The building is nice, clean and big rooms for european standard, clean bathrooms, excellent location. Overall a great experience. For the price is well worth it ! Here some pictures !
Nice hotel with nice staff. Free breakfast was great, very close to train station which was CONVENIENT. Only downs were we had some ants in the room, it was a hike to get up there, and WiFi only in the reception area. But when in Barcelona, you end up not caring too much. Great hostel!
Feb 23 - Feb 24
Feb 26 - Feb 27
Hostel very good located, staff is correct, small bed but enough for some days.
Feb 25 - Feb 26
Feb 22 - Feb 23
Good place for one night near Barcelona airport. Basic room, but clean
Mala atención, pésimo servicio, no brindan información, pésimo hostal, no se hospeden ahí, busquen otros.
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