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We arrived to be met by a friendly fellow who showed us to our room. The room was small but good enough for a short stay. It was clean, tidy, had aircon a TV and hairdryer. The Hostal is on the first first floor but...More
Response from Hostal E, Manager at Hostal El Ninot
This is a nice place. Awesome location. It has everything you need. Private bathroom, our room was cleaned daily, and a friendly staff. Only downfall is it didn't have a mini fridge. Can't beat the price for the location and cleanliness.
Have just enjoyed 4 nights in this hostal in beautiful Barcelona. This hostal is just what it is, good quality budget accommodation.
I'm not sure why anyone would complain, just read how it describes itself and that's it. The staff where very friendly, all spoke...More
We have just spent 4 nights at the hostel, myself and my husband lead very busy work life's and staying at the hostel was perfect for us. Quiet clean and pleasant staff nothing was to much trouble and will definitely visit again we have come...More
This hostal was simple and effective for my needs as a central, clean place to stay. Check in was fast and the staff friendly, the room was relatively ok (bathroom needed some attention with chipped paint and a chair was a bit dirty) but otherwise...More
USD 65 - USD 153 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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