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Stayed in several rooms over a bit lore than a week. Private room was good with access to a kitchen and dining area right next door. Bit if a walk downstairs and out the street to go back in and talk with the staff. The...More
Mambo Tango is one the best hostel when I stayed. Good localization, the bed is good as well, and every night has some activity. All the staff are very friendly and helpful (Cacau, Gionvanni, Elisa, Bruna and Rui).
We stayed here for 4 nights and we loved it. The staff were so friendly, they showed us everywhere to go on the map, carried our bags, gave us free tea and coffee, took us out on pub crawls. They always have something to do...More
As a solo traveler on my first trip in a hostel, I was a bit nervous. I quickly got to know my roommates, and over the course of my 2 nights at Mambo Tango, many of the other tenants. The main area is full of...More
Out of our two month Eurotrip and over 7 hostels, I have to say Sant Jordi Mambo Tango in Barcelona was by far, the most excellent. Service, care, and humility are just a few qualities that the team in this hostel carries. Maxi and Cacao...More
USD 35 - USD 122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Spain > Catalonia > Province of Barcelona > Barcelona
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Hi Gary- I can't remember how long it took to get to the hostel but it wasn't too far, we got 2 seperate trains which I think is pretty common with barcaleona cos their metro is crazy compared to Glasgows simple circle! At... More
Hi Gary- I can't remember how long it took to get to the hostel but it wasn't too far, we got 2 seperate trains which I think is pretty common with barcaleona cos their metro is crazy compared to Glasgows simple circle! At the airport head for the metro, depending on what terminal you're at i think you'll have to walk over a sort of bridge/walkway to get to it. From there you can't go wrong as it's a simple one way system - one train leaving the airport and the other coming in to the airport. At the airport metro buy a multi journey ticket as it will save you money in the coming days! I think it's like €10 or something can't mind how many journeys but at the end of our long weekend we hadn't used them all up! So that line is the grey line, stay on that til you get to Sants station then get off and jump on the green line and get off at paral-lel. The hostel is less than 5minutes walk from there! If you're going alone the hostel is a great choice :) they will offer to make dinner for you and take you out on tours and pub crawls haha. Have fun!