Hostal Fernando

Ferran 31, Barcelona, 08002, Spain
(2 star hotel)
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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The best hostel in town

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 28, 2007

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).

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Hostel next to Ramblas and Pla?a del Rei

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 30, 2004


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.

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No complaints

by written on January 26, 2003

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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Address: Ferran 31, Barcelona, 08002, Spain

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Amenities at Hostal Fernando

  • Restaurant
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Kitchenette

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