10 Best Barcelona Hostels
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Barcelona is super popular with visitors from all over the globe. This means it can sometimes be hard to find available, affordable lodgings. Luckily Barcelona is home to many hostels where you can find a bed for the night.
If you are looking for a great place to stay, here are Barcelona’s best hostels.
Be sure to also read about these 10 free things to do in Barcelona and our favorite food tours in Barcelona here.
10 Best Barcelona Hostels
This centrally located hostel is a terrific place to stay in Barcelona. The custom made bunk beds have big lockable drawers underneath to store your stuff while you explore the city. Each bed at Yeah Barcelona also has its own plug and light.
There’s a nice lounge above reception where you can hang out, or hit up the onsite restaurant for food and drinks.
More than just a hostel, Fabrizzio’s also has a range of private rooms available for guests. Check out their fun daily free activities like neighborhood tours or group dinners.
Rooms are brightly decorated and spotlessly clean.
Check prices for Fabrizzio’s Petit here.
Ten To Go Hostel
Ten To Go has something most hostels don’t have: a swimming pool! There’s also a kitchen and dining area for guest use.
The wooden bunk beds have built in lockers plus individual lights and plugs for your electronics.
Rodamón Barcelona Hostel
A boutique hostel offering shared dorms and private rooms, Rodamón Hostel is a cozy place to stay in style. The common room is a great place to write emails on your laptop or socialize with new friends. A block away from the hostel is their own bar and restaurant or you can cook a meal in the shared kitchen on site. Enjoy your meal on the roof terrace!
Check prices for Rodamon Barcelona here.
Born Barcelona Hostel
Located in the hip El Born neighborhood, this hostel has dorms and private rooms available. The dorms have lockers, air conditioning and heat and of course free WIFI. Check out this hostel that is a popular favorite.
Book Born Barcelona Hostel here.
Hostel One Paralelo
If you are looking for a social experience, Hostel One Paralelo is an excellent choice. With daily free dinners and activities, as well as three shared lounge spaces you are sure to meet some new friends. The beds are specially designed pod style with partial walls around them for a bit more privacy.
Check availability for Hostel One Paralelo here.
Jam Hostel Barcelona
An eco-friendly hostel that works to promote sustainability in tourism, Jam Hostel is a great choice if you try to be a green traveler. They even have a special place to park bikes for those who are traveling on two wheels.
The dorm rooms were built using eco-friendly materials and efficient lighting and are clean and comfortable. Prepare your own food in the kitchen or start your day with a yoga class on the terrace.
Barcelona Central Garden
Barcelona Central Garden is a very homey hostel with a living room, kitchen, terrace with green plants, and rooms to suit every budget. They offer shared dorms as well as private rooms, some with their own bathroom.
The hostel is centrally located making it a great place to explore Barcelona.
Check availability for Barcelona Central Garden here.
Hostel One Ramblas
Located right in the heart of the city’s Las Ramblas, this hostel is a social place to have a great time, meet fellow travelers and explore the city of Barcelona. Hostel One Ramblas hosts free activities, a sunny terrace to hang out on and a free dinner each evening.
Sant Jordi Hostel Gracia
Stay in the cool Gracia neighborhood at this hostel with bright clean rooms with built in storage lockers, reading lamps and charging plugs at each bed. There’s also lots of common space to hang out and a shared kitchen you can use at San Jordi Gracia. The hostel has a fun fixie bike theme and is wonderfully decorated.
See availability for Sant Jordi Hostel here.
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