Yellow Nest Hostel Barcelona by Feetup Hostels

Address: Pasaje Regente Mendieta, 5, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08028, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hostel
 
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Location

This 1 star hostel, located in the La Maternitat i Sant Ramon area of Barcelona, is near Finca Guell, Parc de l'Espanya Industrial, Museum of the Decorative Arts (Museu de les Arts Decoratives), and Happy Parc - Comtes de Betlloc.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette

          Services

          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Multilingual staff
          • Laundry
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Feetup Yellow Nest Hostel Barcelona

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Barcelona

          El Ravel and the "New Me"

          A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jun 17, 2014

          6 comments, 7 photos

          ... activity). As for the name, the area has nothing to do with the Chinese, but was named in the barrio’s early-1900s heyday as a general reference to its large immigrant population. Today you can browse in cheap thrift shops and small grocery stores by day and bar-hop your way through the area by night.

          9. Antic Hospital de la Santa Creu--A rich reminder of the neighbourhoods’ medieval past is this Gothic hospital complex (1401), which is today ...

          "Is that boy lioness' man sausage clean?"

          A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 12, 2014

          22 photos

          ... br>
          Breakfast was a simple but indulgent affair. They sat and ate cakes from "Caelum", an artisan bakery that sources its cakes and sweets, called Temptacions de Monestirs from the nuns at the Cathederal, yum, yum, yum. Although devilishly delicious I think these nuns trained with the same nuns that made the gin and tonic in Cuencha. In the photograph you can see that Battery Boy has waded in to the shallow end of the cake pool to ease into ...

          Along the Streets of Barcelona

          A travel blog entry by mummysegg on Mar 24, 2014

          27 photos

          ... said "I think that's it! No, I'm pretty sure it's it! I mean, it could be a church or something, but I'm pretty sure it's it!". We were greeting but a multitude of photographers, photographing the building, not me, though I wish it was me. Tangent aside, it was a fantastic building! So, if you have the time of day, go get a couple of shots, but don't forget to take a moment to admire labyrinth of detail the building holds. It truly is awesome, in all essence of the word.
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          A glorious city in the nation of perfume and Jamon

          A travel blog entry by leighroy on Dec 20, 2013

          17 photos

          ... a tapas bar on every second corner and a number of memorable gastronomic experiences. THM love food and have been relentless in their pursuit of the experience. Remarkably (and probably due to lots of walking and the tapas style of lots of small dishes, the more senior members of the entourage have lost weight!!!. This point is irrelevant in respect of #1 s & d who eat like horses and remain svelte.

          This place deserves a longer ...

          More more more!

          A travel blog entry by markstothers on Aug 01, 2013

          ... like a school child, I jumped onto the escalator and kept looking back, thinking that the person who invented the escalator was sent from the future to help mankind.

          Anyway, the Park itself was a green spacious area that was designed to hold 60 houses but, as he was wont to do, Gaudi either got bored and moved onto something else, or he died before it was finished. It is magnificent though. From the viaducts that you can walk along ...