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Only stay there one night 1 day in barcelona, well it's fine seems to get activity people are nice, it was relatively clean, it's noisy, didin't test breakfast, well situated (metro close), gym club near the hostel (same street).
Decent facilities, comfortable social areas, and friendly staff. For me it boils down to getting a decent shower and a good night's sleep, which this place can provide. It's a party hostel, so bring your ear plugs if you want to go to bed early,...More
This hostel is really awesome, though it’s small and the facilities are not brand new or perfect, the hostel is very homely and that the hostel is more than just a place to sleep but also an experience, they provide dinners and nights out together....More
We booked for 3 nights and left after the first night. We arrived late sep 28 at 1am and was unable to book another location. We slept 1 night.
The bed felt like metal
The sheets were dirty
The floor was dirt
The walls were...More
the staff is amazing as well as all the people who are staying in sant jordis!
the night outs were lots of fun and it possibly couldn't be better located.
for sure an unforgettable experience here at sant jordi alb erg
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$29 - $165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello Edmonton, we do have walking tours. You can ask information at reception any time. The company that organize the free walking tour is well-known worldwide. Good & funny tours. You can join the free tour first and then... More
Hello Edmonton, we do have walking tours. You can ask information at reception any time. The company that organize the free walking tour is well-known worldwide. Good & funny tours. You can join the free tour first and then your guide will inform you about the rest of the tours they have and you can buy some if you like them.
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"rooms near lounge are noisy when everyone is pre-drinking"