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Reviewed July 14, 2016 via mobile

We spent 4 nights with our two nine year old kids in a room with two twinbeds. The host is very helpful and communicates well as well on the phone as by mail. The room was a bit strange, since it had a big panoramic window to the street, but there were good curtains. The room was hot, and we had to let the transportable and quite noisy airconditioner run all night. The room and the shared bathroom were very clean, and we were given ekstra towels. We ordered breakfast all 4 days, and it was quite good. We got a croissant each, toasted bread with garlic and tomato, sausage, cheese, eggs, marmelade, juice and coffee and a pleasant chat with the host.
He recommended us places to go for eating and to see. There is a very nice street with restaurants down the street, a supermarket around the corner and the metro 5 min's walk away.
We were the only family - among a lot of young asians. We didn't hear the other guests at night.

Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
Thank 105heidiv
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Reviewed June 15, 2016 via mobile

I guess calling this place a bed and breakfast might stretch it a little, but I would recommend it to anyone just the same and here is why: it feels almost like walking into someone's house, the atmosphere is really good and the kindness of the (French) owner is heartwarming. 80% of the guests are Asian and 95% students so it has the feel of a student dorm. The rooms are sufficiently furnished, the AC is really good, the WIFI could not be better. No TV and bathrooms to share between rooms so it is a place mostly to sleep not to hang around (but who would do that in Barcelona anyway). Can get a little noisy when crowded. You absolutely have to add the breakfast option for 3€ - best croissants I have ever had, fresh fruit, bread, eggs - many a 4* hotel has served much less for way more money. In 2 days you get so attached to that place it almost feels like family.

Date of stay: June 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank AlexandraA265
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Reviewed March 14, 2016


stayed at dormitory of 4 persons,female. nice to stay and comfortable.
the staffs were so kind and helpful.
also they offers nice breakfast with really reasonable price.
really loved it, want to stay there again.

Date of stay: November 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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1  Thank gogopetitekyon
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Reviewed November 21, 2015

Ive just returned from a short stay in Barcelona,where I stayed at the Camino B and B.The Camino is a five minute walk from the Poble Sec metro station and is close to most of the major tourist areas including walking distance to the Ramblas.

On arrival the owner made us very welcome offering us coffee and showing us how to get around the city and offering suggestions where to eat.This was really helpful as it was our first visit to the city.

The room was very spacious and tastefully decorated, and importantly it was spotlessly clean.The beds were very comfortable and we had a sofa bed so if there had been three of us we could have al shared.The shower room was again tastefully decorated and the water was very warm.

The following morning we had breakfast which was an additional three euros.However the continental breakfast was fantasctic value and more than we could eat,with regular re fills of coffee.

I would recommend this B and B to anyone who wants a comfortable and welcoming place to stay. I will definitely be visiting again and want to thank the owners for making us so welcome.

Date of stay: November 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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1  Thank lynnehillgreen
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Reviewed October 15, 2015 via mobile

We made a reservation online based on the reviews and description of this place being a B&B. This is not a B&B. This is a Hostel.

No one was there when we arrived but they left a number to call on the door. Luckly, someone staying there happened to be at the door and let us in. We had to hunt down the key for our roon in the laundry room.

We found the room did not have air conditioning which it was supposed to have based on the description. The room seemed clean enough.

When we then left for dinner there was still no one working there. Luckly again, another guest was able to give us the key code to get back in. When we arrived back after dinner there was no one working there. Needless to say, when we left there was no one working and no breakfast.

Based on the rules posted on the wall, the age of the other guests, and the way the place is run in general this is a Youth Hostel and not a B&B. I would never recomend this place as a B&B.

Date of stay: October 2015
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
1  Thank JohnnyM99
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Emmanuel P, Owner at Camino B&B, responded to this reviewResponded October 22, 2015

Hi John,

Thank you for your review. There are however several things I would like point out.

You booked with Priceline (a sister company of Agoda), It was the first we ever had a booking from them. They didn't sent us any point of contact (email or phone) as to get in touch with you. With every client, we get in touch before check-in as to know their time of arrival. We couldn't do that in your case.
Since then I have been in touch with Agoda and they told me it's company policy not to pass on details of the client (they will now send me email details).

We had one receptionist working that day. At 6.00 PM we told him to go home and leave a phone number for you. When we got your phone call, he went back to the Camino and knocked on your room, surely you must have seen him.
Our opening hours are from 8.00 AM to 8.00 PM, we didn't see you in the morning at 8.00 AM, again you must have checked out before. Also, your reservation came with `breakfast not included´ specifically mentioned.
Breakfast is available (3€) and it is between 8.30 and 10.30.

Regarding air conditioning, we have units in every room. It is just that from the 1st of October, we take them away. When you came it was 21 degree in Barcelona, not exactly balmy weather. Nonetheless we will take out AC on the 15st of October next year.

I understand your disappointment and I have been in touch trying to repair the problem. I believe that the matter should be settled by now.

Best regards

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