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The only good thing about this pension is its position; really close to las ramblas and catalunya square. Quite dirty, ready to fall apart. The toilet is shared with only one bathroom in the floor. It surely does not worth its money.
Okay so it was in a pretty seedy building so I was regretting my booking once I walked in, but as I found the door I got in and it wasn't too bad. It was dark and old but not unbearable.
Then we head to...More
I should have done more research about the location, this hostel is nearby La Rambla, and it is a very noisy place both night and day. When I was there for 4 nights, street workers made a lot of noise at daytime with their drilling,...More
The building is really old of course it is in the center of Barcelona. Some rooms are renovated but some others are not. The staff was polite. The bathrooms really clean. The location is very convenient the pension is close to nearly every spot of...More
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Definitely in one of the best locations of Barcelona. Next to the rambla and 5 min walk from the famous public food market "La Boqueria" and many others landmarks. This is not a Hotel as such, in our believe they do make it very clear...More
US$48 - US$146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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