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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidencia Universitaria Nikbor Barcelona
The rooms were a lot smaller than I expected, but it was also my first hostel. Friendly staff, very safe, clean beds, towels, bathrooms, etc. Only complaint was it was so hot in the rooms! But when we returned the second day they had placed 2 fans in our rooms. Very pleased with my stay!
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