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For a budget hotel/hostel it is pretty nice. Creative wall paintings give the room a modern feel. Wifi works well, and public transport is easily accessible. Good and helpful staff and decent breakfast.
I was in a shared female room, with 3 other girls. The room had enough space, it was clean everyday. Every bed has two chargers and a courtain in order for you to have privacy. You can adjust the temperature of the room. Really good...More
Really loved that place, good atmosphere around, not so busy, and quite near to centre and spectacular seesights for example Sagrada is about 15min. walking from this hostel. Right on the oposite side is market with fresh fruits and vegetables and also with other food....More
The hostel had a great modern design to it and the staff were friendly and helpful. The kitchen was small, only a stove top and a couple microwaves. Breakfast was pretty typical. It was nice to have them arrange the airport shuttle in advance. I...More
This was my first time staying in a hostel on holiday and I must say I was pleasently suprised with a comfortable and fun stay here. Good location inbetween the city centre and airport.
The beds also called 'nests' here are your own private space...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
$42 - $311 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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