Hostal Fernando

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Ferran 31, Barcelona, 08002, Spain

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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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  • Families73
  • Couples88
  • Solo70
  • Business80
  • backpackerbaby's Profile Photo

    The best hostel in town

    by

    Except those stupid crazy drunkies who kept running to and fro on the corridor and non-stop knocking on our roomdoor on the first night, except those super-tidy Japanese girl room-mates who MUST tidy up their belongings in PLASTIC BAGS with non-stop locking/unlocking their lockers no matter how late and how early it was, I was super satisfied with my stay at Hostal Fernando.

    Unique Quality: ~
    Pros:
    1. Cheap but nice dormbeds: 16.5 Euros per night in a 6-bed dormroom with shared bathrooms, no breakfast.
    2. Excellent location: a few minutes to La Ramblar and Liceu Metro.
    3. Super clean everywhere.
    4. Excellent shower facilities: good water pressure, real hot water, clean without drain blockage.
    5. A small kitchen available.
    6. English speaking staff.
    7. Spacious dormrooms with huge lockers provided. The small balcony was also very lovely.

    Cons:
    1. Noise from the street at night was unavoidable.
    2. Staff too cool.
    3. Need to pay for leaving luggage on the day of check-out.

    Directions: When you're on La Rambla, look for the side street with McDonald's on one side and KFC on the other, that's c/ Ferrán. The hostal is like a few minutes walk on your left (from La Rambla).

  • KenBel's Profile Photo

    Hostel next to Ramblas and Pla?a del Rei

    by


    It is quite a basic hostel, but it is very well located and the rooms are clean and have fans, which is probably their most important feature, hehehe !!!

    ..... And the price is right!! Book early though, cause it fills up quite quickly!!

    Directions: Walking down the Ramblas towards the sea, it is the street on your left, just before coming to the Plaça del Rei, near the "Liceu" subway exit.

  • Pounder73's Profile Photo

    No complaints

    by

    as far as dorm style hostals are concerned - not bad at all.

    Unique Quality: *clean
    *central location
    *safe
    *friendly environment
    *what else are you looking for in a hostel?

    Directions: walking up La Ramblas, make a right on Ferran, and it will be on your left.

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Hostel next to Ramblas and Pla?a del Rei

by KenBel about Hostal Fernando


It is quite a basic hostel, but it is very well located and the rooms are clean and have fans, which is probably their most important feature, hehehe !!!

..... And the price is right!! Book early though, cause it fills up quite quickly!!

The best hostel in town

by backpackerbaby about Hostal Fernando

Except those stupid crazy drunkies who kept running to and fro on the corridor and non-stop knocking on our roomdoor on the first night, except those super-tidy Japanese girl room-mates who MUST tidy up their belongings in PLASTIC BAGS with non-stop locking/unlocking their lockers no matter how late and how early it was, I was super satisfied with my stay at Hostal Fernando. ~
Pros:
1. Cheap but nice dormbeds: 16.5 Euros per night in a 6-bed dormroom with shared bathrooms, no breakfast.
2. Excellent location: a few minutes to La Ramblar and Liceu Metro.
3. Super clean everywhere.
4. Excellent shower facilities: good water pressure, real hot water, clean without drain blockage.
5. A small kitchen available.
6. English speaking staff.
7. Spacious dormrooms with huge lockers provided. The small balcony was also very lovely.

Cons:
1. Noise from the street at night was unavoidable.
2. Staff too cool.
3. Need to pay for leaving luggage on the day of check-out.

No complaints

by Pounder73 about Hostal Fernando

as far as dorm style hostals are concerned - not bad at all. *clean
*central location
*safe
*friendly environment
*what else are you looking for in a hostel?

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Forum Posts

Hostal Fernando - and possible others?

by faithisle

Hi everyone,

I am looking up rooms for June 3-6 and so far it seems only Hostal Fernando by La Ramblas(from my shortlist of budget hotels) is available. I will travel with two friends and the complicated part is that we're leaving on three different days. At this point, it must be difficult to find a place that has our specific room types for the exact dates, i.e. triple for the first night, double for the second, and a single for nights 3 and 4. I'm looking primarily at the areas of Eixample, Barri Gotic and perhaps Ribera and Gracia.

Has anyone stayed at Fernando before? Any comments or things I should be aware of before making the reservation?

Also, any other suggestions for rooms that come up to less than EUR30 per person per night (the lower the better)? Especially from travellers who have rooms booked on these days and know their accomodation is still open...

Thanks in advance!

New Year's Eve in Barcelona

by miryl

Hi!
I'llbe with a group of friends in barcelona staying at Hostal Fernando 4 nights for New Year's Eve..I'd like to know a cool place to stay that night to enjoy the atmosphere and going in and out from pubs...
If anyone has suggests please email me!!!
Thank you!
miry_lon@yahoo.it

Re: New Year's Eve in Barcelona

by racheljapi

I don't know about New Years eve (I've never been there for that) but a good bar in general is Ribborn. I have more info on my page!

Have fun!

Re: Re: New Year's Eve in Barcelona

by jmhenry1123

Ciao! I'll also be in barcelona for new years. I heard that Razamatazz is a good club to spend New Years Eve.

Re: New Year's Eve in Barcelona

by emilybcn

Right at midnight a large group gathers in Plaza Catalunya, after that nearly every club has some sort of New years celebration going on although it will definitly cost more than usual.

anyone in BCN right now?

by MouseyPoo

and want to meet up for bar crawl, tapas tonight? i at hostel fernando in la ramblas... email me at jenniferczop@yahoo.com

thanks!

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Hidden Ponies on Montjuic

by jhoolko

If you explore enough on Montjuic, you can find a lot more than a castle and the Olmpic Stadium. Nestled away in the trees near a soccer field is a tunnel speckled with rocks for climbers, designed by a retired police officer. Its a strange sight, especially in a place where you don't expect to see many other people, to find a bunch of men and women hanging up-side down in a tunnel that leads to a soccer field, and more climbers scaling the rocky walls. Continue exploring and you just might find the pony stables, where you can ride for a fee, or just admire them. There's a bar there too if you're just in the mood for an equestrian atmosphere.

Groceries and more!

by nyonnetti about Carrefour grocery store

So we shopped at this store on Las Ramblas and it seems like a simple grocery store. The awesome thing is it is quite large, has at least 2 levels and has everything you could be looking for! We heard and can confirm that it is cheapest place in central Barcelona for you to stock up on basic provisions. We were also trying to find some last minute gifts and we thought to buy some coffee and single bottles of beer for little gifts. They were huge hits and only cost us a few euros! Groceries.....and more! € 2-3 for coffee, € 1-2 for beer

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Address: Ferran 31, Barcelona, 08002, Spain