Barbieri Granada Hostel Reviews
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We stayed 3 nights and everything was nice. Since it's an old house it's both cool but also loud. You can nearly hear anything your neighbours say. But that's OK. Very close, clean and friendly!
Ana is superb! She knows how to make every guest feel at home, and her knowledge of the city helped us make the most of our time in Granada.
No lockers. But people were amazing. Had a great stay.definitely recommend
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
The hostel is just walking distance to Granada and to the beautiful district of Albaycin. It is clean and with good atmosphere. The owner is very kind to help print my ticket from the Caixa machine.
very clean, the staff is so friendly, I would return if I had the opportunity
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
Really good hostel in a confortable location. It has stairs, no elevator!
When we arrived early in the morning, Ana opened the door for us, let us put our bags in our room and eat breakfast. She was such a wonderful host. The hostel was close to quite a few attractions so it was good walking distance to things around the city. Had to take a cab to the hostel and free public bus back, but Ana was a huge help. Rooms were cute and small and shared a bathroom with others, but never got too busy. Would recommend!
Private but welcoming atmosphere. It is homie because of the family living there, which makes it really clean and quiet, resulting in a great night sleep. They have a comfy lounging area with a nice big flat screen tv, which was great. Breakfast is good, and the owner is super friendly. People looking for a party place should look elsewhere, and those looking for a comfy stay should stay here.
There is a bit of a language barrier if you do not speak Spanish with some of the workers, but overall this hostel was great. Highly recommend... and Granada is beautiful.
It is pretty far from train station, but this hostel is good in clean, facility, service(every room has an air conditioner!!)
I will go back ! Ana awesome host, she was very courteous & respectful to everybody. She was very clear on directions & easy to follow. this made for a great experience & makes you to want to come back ! Keep up the excellent service going & I will see you in the future !
The price for a private twin room is good. But the wifi does not work up to the top floor so we had to go downstairs to use it
I met a lot of great people in this hostel. There's a kitchen and a nice common room. They don't have lockers for you to store your stuff.
I've expected more from this hostel. the location is good, but the bathroom was small and didn't look like it was well cleaned. Also I didn't expect to have to make my bed as I arrived, I mean to deliver the sheets at the end is ok, but to make your own bed when you arrive, I don't think it's nice.
Good location, staff were friendly and the rooms were nice and clean. Wifi wasn't strong in the rooms but it worked enough for our needs. There was almost no atmosphere in the hostel but we spent most of our time out in the town anyway.
Super helpful/accommodating staff, basic but really clean, more like a hotel than hostel but this was ok for us. 20 min walk to Alhambra and 5mins to arab quarter, located in a lively area.
Very nice staff and one of them was speaking french. The staff was really helpfull. Nice place to stay.
Good location, pretty noisy with kids screaming during the day (when we tried having a siesta) and is situated above a restaurant so noisy until 2am. Nice rooms and facilities