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The 12 Best Hostels in Barcelona (Updated 2023)

Last Updated: 3/30/22 | March 30th, 2022

Few destinations in the world bring in the crowds like Barcelona. It’s one of the most incredible cities, not just in Spain but the entire world: home to buzzing nightlife, a delectable food scene, and tons of stunning architecture.

No matter what your budget or reason for visiting, you’ll be able to enjoy this sprawling, picturesque city and its laid-back pace of life.

I’ve been visiting Barcelona for a decade and have stayed in dozens upon dozens of hostels over the years. There are a lot of things to consider when selecting a hostel. The top four when in Barcelona are:

  1. Location – Barcelona is huge, and it can take some time to get around. Pick a place that is central to the sites and nightlife you want to experience. (All the hostels listed here are in central locations.)
  2. Price – In Barcelona, you really get what you pay for, so if you go with a really cheap one, you’re probably going to get a hostel that is small and cramped and doesn’t offer great service.
  3. Amenities – Every hostel in the city offers free Wi-Fi, and most have a free breakfast, but if you want more than that, be sure to do your research to find the hostel that best meets your needs!
  4. Staff – All the hostels listed here have amazing staff who are super friendly and knowledgeable. Even if you don’t end up staying at one of the places listed below, be sure to look up reviews to ensure that you end up somewhere where the staff is helpful and friendly, since they can make or break a hostel!

To help you plan your trip, here is my list of the hostels in Barcelona that I like the most. If you don’t want to read the longer list below, the following are the best in each category:

Best Hostel for Budget Travelers: Hostel One Ramblas
Best Hostel for Families: St. Christopher’s Inn
Best Hostel for Digital Nomads: Sleep Green
Best Hostel for Partying: Kabul Party Hostel
Best Hostel for Solo Female Travelers: Yeah Hostel
Best Overall Hostel: St. Christopher’s Inn

Want the specifics of each hostel? Here’s my comprehensive list of the best hostels in Barcelona:

Price Legend (per night)

  • $ = Under 30 EUR
  • $$ = 30-40 EUR
  • $$$ = Over 40 EUR


1. St. Christopher’s Inn

This is one of my favorite hostels in Europe. Located right near La Rambla (a long, tree-lined pedestrian stretch, which is very popular), it’s a social and lively hostel with a huge bar and outdoor common area right next door. It also organizes daily events and a buffet breakfast (5 EUR) every morning.

The mattresses aren’t super thick, but the beds are cozy pods with curtains, so you can actually get a decent night’s sleep (they have lockers underneath them too, so you can keep your stuff secure). It’s clean, comfy, and one of the best hostels in the city.

St. Christopher’s at a glance:

  • $
  • Huge bar/outdoor common area makes it easy to meet people
  • Privacy curtains so you can get a decent night’s sleep
  • Female-only dorms for added privacy and security

Beds from 23 EUR, private rooms from 166 EUR.

Book St. Christopher’s Inn here!


2. Hostel One Paralelo

This is a party hostel that’s perfect for solo travelers, though they also offer private rooms as well. They organize nightly events and activities and host free dinners every week. The staff really work hard to make sure everyone is having fun. While it is an energetic hostel, there are also separate common rooms for chilling out and working, as well as a movie room with Netflix, in case you just want to relax. The beds are cozy pods (so you can still get a decent night’s sleep), and the dorms are capped at eight beds, so you’re never crammed in with a ton of people either — a big plus in my book!

Hostel One Paralelo at a glance:

  • $$
  • Free weekly dinners
  • Relaxed social atmosphere
  • Easy to meet other travelers

Beds from 40 EUR, rooms from 130 EUR. HostelPass members get 10% off plus late checkout.

Book Hostel One Paralelo here!


3. Kabul Party Hostel

Located in the Gothic Quarter, Kabul is my favorite hostel in the city (and is tied for my favorite hostel in all of Europe). It’s a full-on party hostel, and they organize nightly events and pub crawls. Surprisingly, the dorms are clean and the beds are decent (the bunks do squeak a bit though). What makes Kabul so great is the common area: it takes up a whole floor of the building and comprises a café, bar, internet kiosk, and pool table. It’s super social and really easy to meet people here.

Kabul Party Hostel at a glance:

  • $
  • Organizes lots of activities
  • Really easy to meet people
  • Lively party atmosphere

Beds from 22 EUR, private rooms from 116 EUR (sleeps 4).

Book Kabul Party Hostel here!




This is another social hostel with staff that go above and beyond. The hostel organizes all kinds of events and even get you discounts for some of the city’s nightclubs in case you’re looking to enjoy Barcelona’s famous nightlife. They serve a buffet breakfast for 2 EUR, have lots of common areas (with ping-pong and board games), though there’s also a kitchen in case you want to cook your own meals.

Guests also get electronic wristbands, so the hostel is safe and secure (the dorms also have secure lockers). The mattresses are comfy, though the beds are pretty basic (cheap metal bunks with no curtains). There also are female-only dorms.

HelloBCN at a glance:

  • $
  • Cheap breakfast
  • Organizes lots of events
  • Awesome and helpful staff

Beds from 21 EUR, rooms from 84 EUR.

Book HelloBCN here!



Hostel One Ramblas

Like the other Hostel One location on this list, Ramblas is social hostel where it’s easy to meet people. Free dinners are held daily, breakfast is super cheap (3 EUR), and the beds are really comfortable (they are pods with curtains, so you can get a decent night’s sleep). It’s also close to a metro stop, so you can easily get around town. There’s a fully equipped kitchen as well, in case you want to cook your own meals. The staff here are awesome too! They organize daily walking tours and nights out, so there is always something to do.

Hostel One Ramblas at a glance:

  • $$
  • Free nightly dinners
  • Great place to meet other travelers
  • Organizes daily events and activities

Beds from 30 EUR. HostelPass members get 10% off plus late checkout.

Book Hostel One Ramblas here!


6. 360 Hostel Barcelona Arts & Culture

Another social hostel, 360 offers daily walking tours and nightly events like cooking classes and free tapas. There’s a chill patio with lots of space to hang out, lounge, and meet people as well. The beds and bunks aren’t the best (metal bunks and no curtains), but there are lockers in every dorm. It’s a bustling, communal hostel that makes you feel like you’re at home with friends. It’s super clean too!

360 Hostel Barcelona at a glance:

  • $
  • Organizes lots of activities
  • Easy to meet people
  • Free dinner

Beds from 25 EUR a night.

Book 360 Hostel Barcelona Arts & Culture here!


7. Fabrizzio’s Petit

This hostel has a real family vibe to it. Free breakfast, coffee, and tea is available all day in the kitchen, and they often organize social events, along with a few walking tours of different parts of the city as well. There’s a spacious outdoor terrace and a chill common area with video games. The dorm beds are basic (thin mattresses), though the beds in the private rooms are super comfy. To top it all off, the showers have great water pressure — something I appreciate!

Fabrizzio’s Petit at a glance:

  • $
  • Free breakfast
  • Communal dinners and other daily events
  • Awesome showers

Beds from 28 EUR a night, private rooms from 114 EUR per night.

Book Fabrizzio’s Petit here!


8. Yeah Hostel Barcelona

This is an energetic hostel with a cool interior design (lots of art and murals on the walls). They organize daily walking tours and pub crawls and have a bar on-site, so you can chill out with other travelers (you also get a free drink with your stay). They have some quieter areas too, for when you want to relax. Everything is clean and modern, which makes it feel almost like a hotel — but with the socializing of a hostel. They have tons of common space, female-only dorms, offer daily communal dinners (10 EUR), and have super comfy beds (the mattresses are really thick and cozy).

Yeah Hostel at a glance:

  • $$
  • Free drinks
  • Daily tours and pub crawls
  • Nightly communal dinners (10 EUR)

Beds from 35 EUR a night, rooms from 146 EUR per night.

Book Yeah Hostel here!


9. Sant Jordi Hostels Sagrada Familia

This is a really cool hostel. They have instruments and a stage for playing music and an indoor skate ramp, and the hostel is covered in cool murals and art. They organize nightly parties and pub crawls, have a spacious kitchen for cooking your own food, and a chill outdoor lounge for relaxing and hanging out (also a big projector for watching TV and movies). The dorms are small and the beds aren’t amazing, but it’s located right near the city center (just a few minutes from La Sagrada Familia). It’s definitely one of the coolest hostels in town.

Sant Jordi Hostels Sagrada Familia at a glance:

  • $
  • Awesome interior
  • Nightly pub crawls
  • Fully equipped kitchen

Beds from 24 EUR a night, rooms from 39 EUR per night.

Book Sant Jordi Hostels Sagrada Familia here!


10. Bed & Bike Barcelona

What separates this hostel from the rest is that it offers a free bike tour of the city every morning (you can also rent a bike for 7 EUR per day). They also have free dinners and sangria nights too, which keeps the atmosphere lively and energetic. It’s just five minutes from La Sagrada Familia and La Rambla. The beds are little cubbies with curtains so you have some added privacy (which I appreciate). The common area is spacious and super chill, with a TV and Netflix, a pool table, books, and video games. Free coffee and tea are available all day.

Bed & Bike Barcelona at a glance:

  • $
  • Free daily bike tours
  • Great location
  • Hosts lots of activities

Beds from 25 EUR a night, rooms from 110 EUR per night.

Book Bed & Bike Barcelona here!



Mediterranean Youth Hostel

This laid-back youth hostel is a good choice for younger travelers (dorms are only available to travelers under 48). They host nightly Mediterranean-themed dinners and pub crawls, and offer daily free walking tours as well. They have an outdoor courtyard, movie room, and chill common area with video games as well. The dorms are a little cramped and there are no privacy curtains, but the beds themselves are comfy. It’s one of the more budget-friendly hostels in the city.

Mediterranean Youth Hostel at a glance:

  • $
  • Organizes lots of events
  • Good location
  • Lots of common areas

Beds from 28 EUR a night.

Book Mediterranean Youth Hostel here!


12. Sleep Green Eco Youth Hostel

This is the most sustainable and eco-friendly hostel in Barcelona. It’s a quiet, laid-back hostel with a fully equipped kitchen and lots of common areas for hanging out and meeting other travelers. It’s not the most social place, making it a good choice for digital nomads looking to get some work done or travelers looking to do their own thing. The beds are basic (metal bunks without curtains) but are comfy enough. Dorms are capped at only six beds though, so you’re never crammed in with lots of people.

Sleep Green Eco Hostel at a glance:

  • $$
  • Eco-friendly
  • Quiet
  • Fully equipped kitchen

Beds from 35 EUR.

Book Sleep Green here!

Barcelona is an energetic, world-class city that draws millions and millions of visitors each and every year — and for good reason! Yet it can also be an expensive destination if you don’t plan ahead. Fortunately, if you do your research and stay in one of the hostels on this list, you’ll be able to save money, have fun, and make the most of your time in this incredible city!

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Photo credits: 2 – St. Christopher’s Inn, 3 – Hostel One Paralelo, 4 – Kabul Party Hostel, 5 – HelloBCN , 6 – Hostel One Ramblas, 7 – 360 Hostel Barcelona Arts & Culture, 8 – Fabrizzio’s Petit, 9 – Yeah Hostel Barcelona, 10 – Sant Jordi Hostels Sagrada Familia, 11 – Bed & Bike Barcelona, 12 – Mediterranean Youth Hostel, 13 – Sleep Green Eco Youth Hostel

92 Hostels in Barcelona 2023 (Price Comparison from $27)

This section is dedicated to take away all your “I wish someone had told me that before I went!” experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Barcelona.

There are a few things you should know about hostels in Barcelona and the city in general. Besides comparing the best and cheapest hostels in Barcelona for you, we also highlight what we have liked, disliked and things to look out for.

First of all, I would love to solve all your doubts about hostels in Barcelona. After that, I will give you some recommendations and tips for Barcelona and how to make the most of your time in the city.

Hostels in Barcelona

Let’s dip in to the most important hostel questions:

1. Are hostels safe in Barcelona?

Hostels, in general, are safe. Nevertheless, it will also depend on you, the people who stay at the hostel and the behavior of all these people all together. If you leave your wallet open in the sofa, it might be lost, or maybe the person who finds it will give it directly to the receptionist…

We never know how other people will react in this situations, right? People who stay at hostels are backpackers, like you, like me.

Read: Are Hostels Safe? 11 safety tips for hostel travel.

The stories about having someting stolen at hostel are very few, but it is better to be safe than sorry. Therefore, you should always use the lockers on the room to put all your valuables. And use a good padlock to lock it.

Another good thing to look at is to check that the hostel has reception 24/7. The receptionist on the desk always has an eye on people going in and out and will be checking that nobody who is not staying in the hostel enters.

Next time, if the receptionist asks you which is your room number, remember it is good as it is a security issue. For Barcelona hostels, you should make sure the hostel is not in a bad neighborhood so you feel safe also and good when you go in and out.

For solo-female travelers specially, avoid staying at el Raval. This area is a bit sketchy nowadays. You won’t feel good walking alone at night after a party.

2. Where should I stay in Barcelona?

There are many nice and good areas in Barcelona. It is a big city so it will depend what you are looking for. Nevertheless, think about these 2 facts before choosing your hostel:

a) Barcelona is big, so the more central you stay, the less time you will be commuting. The most central areas are: Sant Antoni, Gothic Quarter, Las Ramblas, Passeig de Gràcia.

Nevertheless, Barcelona is a well connected city, so as long as you are near a metro stop, you will be ok. Try and find a hostel that’s just a few minutes walk from a metro.

b) When having a specific request, try to stay in an area that accomplishes that request. E.g:

  • If you want to stay in a local hipster area, stay in Gràcia. A good hostel in Gràcia is Yeah Barcelona Hostel.
  • Looking for a hostel with many social activities? Black Swan Hostel Barcelona is good for that.
  • Wanna spend most of your time at the beach? Staying at Unite Hostel Barcelona is just a short walk to one of the best beaches in the city.
  • A hostel in Barcelona with private rooms is what you are looking for? Check Urbany hostel
  • The priority is having a bar in the house? Generator Hostel Barcelona has one.
  • Great social vibes for youths can be had at Mediterranean Youth Hostel Barcelona.
  • 360 Hostel Barcelona is a top choice in El Born area.
  • Are you an older traveller? Born Barcelona Hostel is great for +50 travellers.
  • TOC Hostel Barcelona is excellent for digital nomads.
  • The most beautiful boutique hostel in the city is Casa Gracia.
  • A top option for the female solo traveller is Pars Teatro Hostel.
  • A cheap hostel Barcelona offers is Bedcelona Gracia Hostel. In fact, it’s the cheapest hostel in Barcelona!

Sant Jordi hostels are big in Barcelona – there are 3 located in different areas of the city! The best one has to be Sant Jordi Hostel Gracia.

Looking for a hostel located in a quiet area? Eixample is the place. If you prefer a quiet rest, we suggest booking your stay at Barcelona Central Garden Hostel.

These are just some of the best hostels in Barcelona!

Use the filters to make sure the hostel has what you are looking for. When a cheap hostel is your priority, select sort by price, and the system will order the hostels by price.

Remember to add your travel dates, as prices change during the year. You can find a hostel under 15€/ night in January, but most probably not in August.

You can also check the cheap hostels page, where we collected a graphic which displays prices per month.

What about hostels in Barcelona Spain near airport? Barcelona International Airport is only 20-minutes from the city centre. So really, it doesn’t matter too much which hostel you stay in as they are all within easy reach.

Which are some cute neighborhoods to stay?

I love Barcelona and know a lot about the city, so I could argue that most of the neighborhoods offer a unique stay in a different way. But I have many friends that came to Barcelona from abroad to visit, so I noticed their reactions to the different places.

The most loved districts, where you can also spend time because they have cool vibes, are:

  • Gràcia,
  • Sant Antoni
  • Gothic Quarter in the city centre

As mentioned, if you want to stay in any other area go for it. As far as you are near a metro stop, you will be well connected in Barcelona. Metro runs daily until 12 at night. That means Barcelona central is never far away.

On Fridays you have metro from 5am until 2am and on Saturdays there is metro all night long.

Barcelona Hostel Reviews

A good way to check the hostel you like is what you are looking for is also to read the reviews.

People talk about if they liked the activities (a way to discover if the hostel organizes activities regularly), will describe if the hostel was clean or not so you will detect if it meets your high cleaning standards or not. .. and so on.

Check out the reviews of the #1 rated hostel in Barcelona: Hostel One Paralelo – it has a rating of +9.5 from over 6,000 reviews. Wow. It’s also in the perfect location.

Cool Amenities Hostels Barcelona offer

Just quickly, here are some things we’ve seen are commonly included at hostels in Barcelona:

  1. Fully equipped kitchen (save money)
  2. Key card access to rooms (extra safety)
  3. Free WiFi (always appreciated)
  4. Free breakfast (yes please!)
  5. Laundry facilities (great for long-term travellers)
  6. Fun, memorable staff

Backpacking Barcelona

Let’s reveal what you will find in this marvelous city. I could tell you Barcelona has it all: culture, beach, party, tasty food, happy people… and talk about it for hours and hours.

But let’s get straight to the point and see what you should see, eat, and expect.

Also what you should avoid – this city is not perfect.

In this section you will find:

  1. What to see in Barcelona
  2. What to eat in Barcelona
  3. Things to prepare before your trip
  4. Let’s have fun: nightlife tips


What to see in Barcelona

There are plenty of things you can see in Barcelona, but there is a top 5 Barcelona essentials you should not miss:

2 Days in Barcelona

1.1 Sagrada familia

This majestic church (yes, it is a church) is a Gaudí masterpiece. It has not been finished yet, so it is also interesting to see the evolution of it. For those willing to see the interior – it is worth it – I recommend you to purchase the tickets in advance.

Having the tickets beforehand you won’t have to queue. I saw queues as long as 1-3 hours… The best moment to enter Sagrada familia is around 1 hour before sunset. The color changing inside the church adds even more beauty to the experience.

Not willing to enter? Make sure you go at least to watch it from the outside.

1.2 Park Güell

Another Gaudí masterpiece. The park offers also nice views of the city, so you have 2×1 here. Kindly note that in order to enter the most beautiful area in the Güell Park you need a ticket.

This ticket must be bought beforehand, you cannot just show up there and expect to get inside instantly, as the area has a limited amount of people per hour. In the best case scenario, if tickets are available, you would be able to enter in around 20-30 minutes.

Therefore, it is much better if you buy your entry beforehand. You will get a slot time where you can enter the closed area and enjoy it. At the park, there is still an area which is free, and it is Ok. You still have the views. And you might get to experience some street artist shows that are around that area. The ticket entry to the main area is totally worth it.

Tip: If you want to enter to the main area for free – and leagally – No wall squalling necessary! – go to there before/after the opening times. The park schedule is from 7.30 to 21.30.

1.3 Walk Passeig de Gracia and Las Ramblas

There are still free activities around Barcelona, at least, if you just wanna appreciate the beauty of the buildings from the outside. In Passeig de Gracia you will find also 2 more Gaudí Buildings:

  • Pacha
  • Catwalk
  • Bling Bling

Normal Clubs: clubs where you don’t have to be so dressed up to get in, with good music and great parties.

  • Razzmatazz
  • Otto Sutz
  • Apollo

Fun clubs: these clubs where you go to have fun, not to show-off. Me and my friends, when we were very young students and could not get in the other clubs, went to these ones. These are less-known clubs among the tourist, but full of locals. They offer very fun nights.

  • Paltaforma
  • Macarena
  • Almo2bar

Remember these clubs will start to fill up around 1:30-2 am. If they offer a guest list, just use google to find out, the guest list to enter for free will be opened 1-1:30. Nevertheless, it is worth it, as the entry fee might be around 15€.

4.8 Bars to go before the club

As i told you, the good time to get in the club is around 1. 30pm. Normally, local people go to dinner at 22-22:30 and they finish dinner around 12, so they just go for a drink before entering the club. where can you go for a drink?

There are many bars around the city that offers music, cocktails, and great environment. These are also perfect places for those who just want to go out and have a drink, but do not want to join the club.

  • Coco Vail
  • Ovella Negra
  • Kahiki
  • Bar Marsella
  • Lolita

You can also find bars to have a drink nearby the clubs you want to go, do some research in Google and read the comments before you decide which is a great place to go drinking. Some of them are just regular bars where people go to have a sandwich or do not offer a wide range of alcoholic drinks.

Summary Backpacking Barcelona

As you can see, you can travel to Barcelona on a budget with no problems. Transport in Barcelona is not expensive – buy travel cards instead of single rides – and many places are reachable within walking distance. when touring in Barcelona on your own, make sure you pay attention to your belongings.

Remember, if you want to swim at the beach, you should go with somebody that can take care of your belongings while you are in the water – if you go with your friends group one must stay watching the belongings while the others swim.

I know, that is not ideal, but please, please, avoid pick-pockets! I do not like to hear stories of pick-pocketing in my beloved city. I hope you found all the information you needed for your Barcelona trip. If you are traveling to Spain, check our backpacking Spain information site.

Happy travels!

Written by local enthusiast for Barcelona hostels


Factory Hostels Barcelona Barcelona, ​​Spain – book Hostels, prices in 2023

Factory Hostels Barcelona

This traditional hostel is located in the heart of Barcelona, ​​about 2. 3 km from Casa Mila. The Sagrada Familia is about 1.9 km away. A 5-minute walk from Casa Prim restaurants offers a variety of dishes.Montjuic Park is very close by.

All rooms provide a personal safe, a work desk and a private balcony. The windows overlook the city. The beds come with luxurious linens, power sockets and a quilted comforter. The private bathrooms and toiletries include a hairdryer, a dryer and a walk-in shower. They are equipped with a rain shower, a walk-in shower and a walk-in shower.

Breakfast is served every morning in the café. You can also visit the cafe-bar. The hostel provides a kitchen. Amenities include a microwave, refrigerator and washing machine.Joanic Metro Station is a 10-minute walk away.

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Factory Hostels Barcelona Amenities


Description Non-smoking on site, WiFi, No parking, Safety deposit box, 24-hour reception, Pets not allowed, Security guard, Luggage storage, Locker room, Vending machines, Smoke detectors, Fire extinguishers, Key card
Power Snack bar
Sports and recreation Garden, Lounge/ Cinema
Services Housekeeping, Laundry, Tour Guide/Ticket Service, Taxi Service
Room Amenities Air conditioning, Heating, Terrace, Ironing facilities, Washing machine, Board games, Children’s playground, Curtains

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Hostels and Aparthotels in Barcelona – GoSpainToday

Despite the high cost of housing in Barcelona, ​​it is possible to find affordable accommodation options! These can be apartments, aparthotels (apart-hotels) and hostels.

Hostels are the most popular. They are characterized by the European system of accommodation. This bed, most often for a short time. There are no additional amenities in the room, but several people can be accommodated in it at the same time. If such a neighborhood is not important for you, then this is a good option to save on accommodation. Youth companies often stop in such places.

Hostels in Barcelona

Casa Gràcia is a modern hostel located in Barcelona at the beginning of Paseo de Gràcia. Gaudí’s Casa Mila is 300 meters away. It offers air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi throughout.

Guests can stay in private rooms, dormitories or apartments. At Hostel Casa Gràcia you will find a shared terrace, lounge, kitchen, dining area and 24-hour front desk.

For the convenience of guests, the hostel has several computers. Hostel staff organize daily walking tours of the city. In the evenings there are various group activities.

Address: Barcelona, ​​Passeig de Gracia, 116

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Itaca Hostel is located in a quiet street just a 1-minute walk from Barcelona Cathedral. It offers bunk beds in dormitories and private en suite rooms, a 24-hour front desk and free Wi-Fi.

All rooms have a balcony overlooking the street. All are bright and modern, with wooden floors and fans. Dormitory rooms have individual lockers.

All guests can use the shared kitchen. A continental breakfast is served in the Itaca’s dining room. There are many bars and restaurants in the immediate vicinity.

Guests at the hostel can use a safety deposit box and luggage storage. The hostel is very well located in the city center and within walking distance of many of Barcelona’s main attractions.

Address: Barcelona, ​​Carrer de Ripoll, 21

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Mambo Tango is located in the Poble Sec district of Barcelona, ​​just 10 meters from Barcelona’s Parall Sec metro station. The hostel hosts daily free events and offers free Wi-Fi.

All brightly decorated dormitories and private rooms at Mambo Tango Hostel have air conditioning, heating and individual lockers. Bed linen is provided. Towels can be rented at the 24-hour front desk.

Breakfast is served in the morning and includes hot drinks and fruits. Guests can cook their own meals in Mambo Tango Hostel’s shared kitchen, or watch movies in the lounge. The hostel organizes free activities, such as photo exhibitions, dance lessons, walks around the city.

Address: Barcelona, ​​Calle del Poeta Cabanyis, 23

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Kabul Party Barcelona is located on Plaza Reial, close to the Ramblas. Guests will appreciate the lively atmosphere with daily parties. It offers air-conditioned dormitory rooms and free Wi-Fi throughout the hostel.

The spacious and bright dormitories at Kabul Party Barcelona Hostel offer large individual lockers and a power socket. Other facilities include shared bathrooms. Blankets and bed linen are provided, and towels can be rented at reception.

The front desk is open 24/7. A free buffet breakfast is served in the morning. In the morning the lobby is the breakfast room, during the day it is a seating area, and in the evening it is a place for parties. There is a rooftop terrace.

Address: Barcelona, ​​Plaça Reial, 17

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This youth hostel is located in central Barcelona, ​​just 200 meters from Plaza Catalunya. It offers a 24-hour front desk, private lockers, bicycle rentals and air-conditioned dormitories with free Wi-Fi.

Alternative Creative Youth Barcelona’s rooms feature bunk beds and tiled floors. The shared kitchen includes a stovetop, microwave and toaster.

Staff at reception can provide information about Barcelona attractions. Luggage storage and laundry services are available for you.

Address: Barcelona, ​​ Ronda Universitat, 17

Book Alternative Creative Youth Hostel

– Point Equity Centric hostel. Paseig de Gracia, 33
– Mellow nest. Carrer d’Aguillar, 54
– Alberg Kabul Youth Hostel. Plaça Reial, 17
– Alberg Mare De Deu De Montserrat – Hostel. Passeig Mare de Deu del Coll, 41-51
– Seu Social Fundació Pere Tarres. Numancia, 149-151
– Alberg Center Ramblas. Carrer Hospital, 63
– Alberg Ideal Youth Hostel. Unio 10, 12
– Alberguinn Youth Hostel. Carrer Melcior de Palau 70-74.


Aparthotels are apartments owned by a hotel. No more than four people can stay here. Prices here are higher than in hostels. But compared to regular hotel rooms, aparthotel will cost you less.

The most popular apartment hotels in the center of Barcelona

This modern aparthotel is located next to Diagonal Avenue, a 10-minute walk from FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou stadium. It offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and a kitchen.

The elegant rooms feature carpet, air conditioning, a seating area with a sofa, and a kitchen with a fridge and 2 electric hotplates.

The hotel’s restaurant serves a buffet breakfast with homemade dishes, as well as lunch and dinner with healthy meals. Relax with a glass of cava or a soft drink at the lounge bar.

Address: Barcelona, ​​ RJoan Güell, 207 – 211

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Aparthotel Napols is located in the center of Barcelona, ​​350 meters from Arc de Triom Metro Station It offers apartments with a well-equipped kitchen and living room with sofa and TV.

From the North Bus Station (5 minutes walk) there is direct access to Girona-Costa Brava Airport. Plaza Catalunya and the Ramblas are a 15-minute walk away. The apartments offer free basic Wi-Fi, while high-speed Wi-Fi is available at an additional cost.

The soundproofed apartments at Aparthotel Napols come with a safe and a minibar. The private bathroom is stocked with toiletries.

The modern kitchen includes a fridge, microwave, coffee maker, dishwasher and dining area.

Address: Barcelona, ​​Carrer Napols, 116

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Silver Aparthotel is located 100 meters from Fontana Metro Station in Barcelona’s popular Gracia district. It offers a 24-hour front desk, a bar and a garden terrace. The rooms offer free Wi-Fi and a kitchenette.

All rooms at Silver Hotel Apartments are air conditioned and feature simple, elegant décor. All rooms have satellite TV, a laptop safe and a bathroom with every comfort. The kitchenettes are equipped with an electric oven, an electric kettle and a refrigerator.

Hotel Silver offers a bar and room service upon request. Staff at reception can arrange car and bicycle rentals and provide information about the city.

Address: Barcelona, ​​ Breton de Los Herreros, 26

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Design aparthotel located at the foot of Montjuic, a 10-minute walk from Plaza Espanya Metro Station to the airport. It offers free Wi-Fi, a rooftop sun terrace and a seasonal pool.

BCN Montjuic is located next to the Olympic Stadium and a 5-minute walk from Las Arenas Shopping Centre. Barcelona city center is 15 minutes away by bus or metro.

All of the modern rooms and apartments at Aparthotel Montjuic have air conditioning and heating. There is a flat-screen TV, a seating area and a kitchen with a fridge and microwave.

The apartments also include a living area with a sofa bed, a private bathroom and a well-equipped kitchen with a washing machine. Towels and bed linen are provided.

A gym is available for an additional charge.

Address: Barcelona, ​​Carrer San Fructuos, 64-74

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Apartins Ramblas Barcelona is located at the famous Bulvar of the city of Barov in the center . It features a 24-hour front desk and free Wi-Fi throughout.

All apartments and studios at the Citadines Ramblas Barcelona are air conditioned and have a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher, and the bathroom comes with a hairdryer. All classic rooms are equipped with a refrigerator and a kettle.

Towels and bed linen are included in the price. Apartments are cleaned and bed linen and towels are changed free of charge once a week. Additional cleaning is available upon request and the cost depends on the choice of services.

Address: Barcelona, ​​Ramblas, 122

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If you opt for a separate apartment, it is recommended that you choose the option several months before the planned accommodation in order to pay less.