Check out the list below to see what our staff recommend and get the info on handy opening hours and cool hostel activities during your stay in Barcelona.
It's all part of the real hostel experience, where you can mingle with fellow travellers and make the most of your stay!
Good-to-know & opening hours
- Enjoy our terrace. It’s on the 1st floor and it opens at 9 am and closes at 9 pm. There are 3 terraces in Belushi’s also open during the day.
- Our laundry is open 24/7. It is coin operated and you can buy a laundry pod from Reception.
- We have an ATM at the reception
- Free shower gel available in every shower
- We sell padlocks, adaptors, toiletries, postcards and stamps at Reception
- Rent a bike for 24 hours at the Reception for 15€
- Monday Lets Get know: From Gin to Whisky. Join our Alcoholic discovery session. Find your spirit and drink it.
- Tuesday: Mojito Master Class. Want to recreate one of the most iconic cocktails of all time? Free event to learn how to make a Mojito.
- Wednesday: Wine and cheese taste with some classic spanish meats, cheeses and wines.
- Thursday: Come join our resident Masterchef cooking Paella.
- Ask the bar if you'd like to play beer pong!
- Our pool table is open for use downstairs until 22:00
- Feel like playing some games? Ask reception to see what is available.
- Welcome meeting every day with FREE Sangria at 20.00 !
- Watch Sport in the Bar
- Friday and Saturday: Break the House Dj SET at the Bar
- Different walking tours during the day, Always at 11.00 am and at 16.00 pm! Get more info at Reception!
Sights and activities
- La Boqueria - (10 min walk) La Boqueria is a famous market in Barcelona, located at La Rambla Avenue. Initially known as the Sant Josep Market, the space is open to the public for free entry and sells a variety of fresh produce, right from fruits,vegetables, meat, seafood and so much more.
- The Picasso Museum (20 min walk) - in Barcelona is the center of reference to get to know Pablo Picasso's formative years. The genius of the young artist is revealed through some 5,000 works that make up the permanent collection.
- MACBA museum (5 min walk)- The objective of MACBA is to show the multiple visions of contemporary art and create what they call a space of public representation through educational work and constant innovation. For this reason, it offers different activities and study, education, research and publication programs.
- The Passeig del Born (20 min walk) - is a thoroughfare in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona which links the church of Santa Maria del Mar to the west and Born Market to the east. It's a tree lined and largely pedestrianised street with a very mediaeval
feel due to the mostly cobbled stone and gothic fee. It's a good place to have a drink during the night.
- Joaquin Costa (5 min walk): Carrer de Joaquín Costa is a street in the city centre of Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain). It belongs to the neighbourhood of Raval, beginning at Plaça de Goya by Ronda de Sant Antoni and finally converging into Carrer del Carme. The area surrounding it is a well-known nightlife district, and many bars .
- Billy Brunch Garden (10 min walk) is a good place to have a good breakfast with farm produce.
- El Nacional (10 min walk): The Nacional Barcelona is a new concept in the city. The first space that brings together four different restaurants and four specialized bars where you can enjoy traditional recipes from across the Peninsula, made with high-quality products and in a unique atmosphere.
- The Filmoteca de Catalunya is a film archive located in Catalunya, Spain, aiming at the preservation of film and the dissemination of audiovisual and film culture. The head office and public rooms are located in the Raval neighbourhood, in central Barcelona.
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