Bon Moustache! is a Hostel founded by two young travelers, Javier and Isabel, who are eager to meet other young travelers and invite them to discover Barcelona.
The hostel is in the city centre, between El Gotic and El Borne quarters, four blocks away from the central Plaza Catalunya and the mythical Ramblas, and two metro stations away from the beach of la Barceloneta.
We have a common room where you can cook and share good moments with the rest of guests; a sofa to watch movies or relax after an intense day in Barcelona and an area with computers and Internet connection.
Cancellation Policy: 48 hours before arrival
Check In: please contact us after booking to arrange your arrival time!
Method of Payment upon the arrival: Cash, Credit Cards
Breakfast is not included.
City tax (0,72€ per night and person) not included
RECEPTION: 09am to 10pm
CHECK IN: 14pm . (for late check-in, please inform us in advance). If you arrive before, we will storage your bags for free.
CHECK OUT: 11am.
SHOWER: from 09am to 10pm
SOCIAL ROOM and KITCHEN: from 09am to 10pm
Towels - 2 Euro (per towel)
Complete linen set for free (Top sheet, bottom sheet, duvet, pillow case, and pillow)
MINIMUM STAY: 0 nights
CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations or modifications to your reservation must be done by email or phone a minimum of 48 hrs before 10 A.M. on day of arrival. No shows or improper notification will result in charge equivalent to 2 nights stay.
LOCKERS: Free lockers (10 euros refundable deposit for padlock.)
SMOKING/FOOD/BEVERAGEPOLICY: Not allowed in the facility
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES: Not allowed in the facility.
LUGGAGE/BAGS: Free luggage storage.
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