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We stayed one night at triple bedroom ensuit. The room was spacious and clean with air conditioning and facility to make tea or coffee. Bathroom very spacious, separated into shower, sink and closet.
The receptionist was very helpful and inform us to join Barcelona free...More
good facilities, fairly new accommodation and friendly staff. Location abit out of town, 20 mins walk to centre/beach. Large group of use split across 2 dormitories, but several people in one group staying in a dormitory where bitten during the night by bugs. So recommendation...More
Kind girl at the reception.
towels and locker for free (leaving a guaranty)
enough to spend some nights and cheap, but u can find some people snoring or reading during the night, not big deal.
Free wifi, hot and cold water.
Breakfast included and you...More
Nice hostel in good location. Not far from Metro stop and Passaic de Gracia. Very quiet and secure dorms. Good breakfast, basic but fine. Friendly staff. I was only here one night and arrived late but they seem to have activities each night.
I went to Don Moustache on my own as my first solotrip. I was very nervous about how it would be as I have never really stayed in a hostel before. I can truly say I had the time of my life, the people there...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
USD 34 - USD 117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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