Barcelona House

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Escudellers, 19, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain
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Excellent
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Very Good
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38
Poor
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16
Terrible
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9

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  • Families75
  • Couples71
  • Solo66
  • Business20

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hotel/hostel in barcelona

by cielo85

hi everyone
i am going to barcelona with a friend in january, could anyone recommand us a good hostel/hotel in barcelona which is in the center, a good/fun zone, clean, safe, easy to get to the train station or metro, and max to 40 euro for each person, thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!
ching

RE: hotel/hostel in barcelona

by stevehallam

we stayed at the Hostel L'evante - it's just off Placa Real - 5 mins walk to Las ramblas

I think the link is on my BCN travel pages - I'll check if it's not I'll find it and post it on here

It's clean,central and cheap - it's in an historical building that was once a brothel frequented by Piccasso!

good luck

RE: hotel/hostel in barcelona

by stevehallam

found the link
http://www.hostallevante.com/cas/index.htm

cheers steve

RE: hotel/hostel in barcelona

by Ivod

Just came back from Barcelona. Spent a week in "Barcelona House B&B" a cosy apartment in the very heart of the city, not far from Placa Cataluna and all mayor monuments and intestings spots. A comfortable single room with using of bathroom, living room with tv and well equiped kitchen I paid 40€.

RE: hotel/hostel in barcelona

by Ivod

Just came back from Barcelona. Spent a week in "Barcelona House B&B" a cosy apartment in the very heart of the city, not far from Placa Cataluna and all mayor monuments and intestings spots. A comfortable single room with using of bathroom, living room with tv and well equiped kitchen I paid 40€.

RE: hotel/hostel in barcelona

by ssweetest

try http://www.hoteltoledano.com/ , I will visit Barcelona too in January/February , I read about this in VT member page, and booked there already :) .. try it .. great location

RE: RE: hotel/hostel in barcelona

by Mahalkongpinoy

Hello Silvette,
We are sure you are aware that advertising on the forum on VIRTUAL TOURISTS is not allowed, this is not allowed regardless of the situation. You had signed and agreed on this conditions.

RE: RE: hotel/hostel in barcelona

by rebe10

Check out www.hotelbanysorientals.com and www.freestanza.com

RE: RE: hotel/hostel in barcelona

by Marie-Claude

If you are searching for a youth hotel Sea Point was our choice. Near Metro and just beside the beach. The price were good and the people were friendly. http://www.seapointhostel.com/ There is another hotel in the same group same kind more central is Gothic Point.

The prices are around 23 euros each.
Have a good trip
Marie-Claude

Cheap but nice Accommodation in Barcelona?

by Oliivi

Can anyone recommend a place to stay for a budget traveller?

I'm looking for a double room near city centre. Something clean and safe enough, it doesn't have to be a four star hotel - guest house or b&b will do.

Do you think it's better/cheaper to book on-line than try and find a place when i have arrived?
If i just turn up, where i'm most likely to find a place like that? In which areas in Barcelona I could easily find a place to stay?

Thank you!!!

I'll be there 5th-8th November!

Re: Cheap but nice Accommodation in Barcelona?

by mrjemm

I always got to Barcelona House on C/Escadellers, at the bottom of Las Ramblas- the turning almost opposite Easyinternet. I usually get in by just turning up. Sorry I haven't got a web URL on me, but think the number is +34 933 018295.

Not beautiful inside but pretty clean and friendly enough. I paid recently 35E for a room with bathroom and breakfast.

Jem

Re: Cheap but nice Accommodation in Barcelona?

by miclev21

Try Hostal Don Fernando. 933017993

Re: Cheap but nice Accommodation in Barcelona?

by Luisapim

Hi,

I have some studios in the city centre, 5 min to La Rambla. Each one has private bathroom and kitchnette with the mictowave. 50 euro/ night.
Here´s my e-mail if you´re interested:

luisapim@hotmail.com

Re: Cheap but nice Accommodation in Barcelona?

by Appleh

Hello:

I can tell you about Gothic Point. It is well located, it 5 steps far from a subway station. Also, you can go walking to “Las Ramblas”, like 5 minutes. Gothic is located near or in the Gothic Barri, which is one of the nicest places in Barcelona (is very “bohemio”).. but be careful of your wallet and personal things.

The place has internet, separate bathrooms (for girls and boys).. The beds are ok,, you have a locker just behind for bed (for personal things) and bigger lockers outside the rooms. You have “privacy” in the room, although you share it with more people, because your bed is like a little room.. where you close a curtain and nobody can see you..
The breakfast was ok...juice, bread, fruit... coffe..
Something different from other hostels was this: the staff organizes activities for young people, they take you to all the tourist places but cheaper than other places. In the night they take you to bars, nightclubs.. They have a person in charge of doing all this... Look at their web: http://www.gothicpoint.com/gothic_flash.html

Re: Re: Cheap but nice Accommodation in Barcelona?

by candieme

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Travel Tips for Barcelona

La Rambla

by sue_stone

When you visit Barcelona make sure you take a stroll along La Rambla. This is a kilometre long, pedestrian-centred boulevard which runs from Placa Catalunya down to the Columbus Column near the port. La Rambla is filled with activity day and night - such as tourists checking out the sights, buskers, locals promenading and spray-painted human statues.

La Rambla is actually divided into five sections, each with a separate name related to the sights located along that section - hence it is often known collectively as Las Ramblas as it is five streets in one.

Here are some of the things you can see as you stroll down this grand, tree-lined street (more details on some of them in my 'Things to Do' tips).

At the start of La Rambla you can see the Font de Canaletes, a 19th century drinking fountain, which is inscribed with a legend that says if you drink from it you "will fall in love with Barcelona and always return", or something like that!

Next you will come across the Bird Markets, with an interesting variety of birds for sale, including ordinary looking pigeons. There are also some small animals for sale such as rabbits and rats.

Pop into the 17th century Esglesia de Betlem for a while to escape the crowds and enjoy its baroque interior, and then take some photos of the stunning façade of the 18th century Palau de la Virreina, a rococo mansion. Afterwards, have a browse at the Flower Stalls. One of the highlights of your ramble will be the Mercat de la Boqueria, Barcelona's most famous food market. Pop in and have a look at the large range of produce on offer, perhaps have a snack while you are there.

Don't miss the interesting façade of the Bruno Quadras Building, which was once an umbrella factory, and today has umbrellas decorating its exterior. Then you have the large Mosaic de Miro which is a colourful pavement mosaic sitting in the middle of La Rambla, created by the famous Catalan artist Joan Miro.

Another grand building you will see is the Gran Theatre del Liceu. This is the city's opera house and was founded in 1847, though has twice been gutted by fire since then. It is fully restored now and even if you can't get tickets to the opera, you can enjoy a guided tour through the beautiful building.

At the end of La Rambla you will see the Monument a Colom - a tall column with a statue of Columbus on top. Take a lift to the top for fabulous views back along this famous boulevard.

SIESTA!

by magictravelers

Yes! It does exist, and it can be very anoying sometimes. Small stores do close from 1:30 (sometimwa 2 or 2:30) until 4 (or even 5), for lunch. And they are very strick with their time. If you are in a store at closing time, you will be kickced out. Most places don´t open until 9 or 10, and close at 8 or 9. So plan accordingly. Restaurants, and stroes at Ramblas do stay open, but ask at a Tourist Information Center or Hotel if you are in doubt so you can take advantage of all your time and vacation. Oh yes! Sundays are a rest day also. And in August, you won´t be able to find to much either!

FC Barcelona

by ValbyDK

I have been in Barcelona twice, and both times I was so lucky that FC Barcelona played at Estadi Camp Nou. First time (some years ago) I saw FC Barcelona against Malaga, and last year FC Barcelona against Deportivo La Coruna.

The atmosphere at the stadium is good, but nothing compared to other countries (for example, England). A visit to a FC Barcelona home game is still a great experience, they play some of the best football in the world and Estadi Camp Nou is a 'cathedral' of football.

Museu Marítim de Barcelona (1)

by Redang

Since 1.929, The Maritime Museum of Barcelona takes visitos through the History of the city and the sea.

How to get there:
Av. de les Drassanes, s/n
08001 Barcelona

Fax: (+34) 93 318 78 76
Metro: Drassanes (line 3; exit Portal de Santa Madrona)
Bus: 14, 18, 36, 38, 57, 59, 64 and 91

Very close to Cristóbal Colón Statue, so, close to Las Ramblas.

These pics show the Royal Galley (Galera Real) of Don Juan de Austria.

Bloody expensive

by DPando about Shoes / Clothes

The most fashin quarter right now in BCN is el Born o Barri de la Marina where is place Santa Maria del Mar basilica....
Among Born promenade and palau square closer to France railwas station there are some finest firms with great clothes but really expensive...
Go there and take a look!! it worth wile anyway

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Address: Escudellers, 19, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain