Beside a great location, comfortable beds and cleaniness, Gracia City Hostel has much more to offer for you to make your stay an unforgettable experience. Come along and let us give you a look around.

Gràcia City Hostel is located directly at the heart of the action: Passeig de Gracia, the famous shopping avenue with many tourist attractions is just around the corner at our hostel. A two-minute walk and you are right at the beginning of Passeig de Gracia, from where you can start exploring the city. Even though our hostel is located so centrally, the surroundings in this cross street to Passeig de Gracia are calm and peaceful. Whenever you are in the hostel, you will be able to relax and chill away from the crowds and the bustle.

For all those who want to start their Barcelona trip with sightseeing, some of the most famous monuments are just a stone’s throw away. With a short walk, you can visit the main emblematic tourist attractions such as La Pedrera, Casa Batllo, La Sagrada Familia, and Park Guell. Another five-minute walk and you are at the metro station Diagonal, which connects you to all major areas of the city.

Gracia City Hostel offers you a variety of rooms; private doubles, mixed and female dorms, all equipped with everything necessary for the comfort of travellers: comfortable beds, large lockers, bed lamps, clothes hangers, and mirrors. All room are air-conditioned and covered with free high-speed WIFI.But location and facilities are by far not everything what Gracia City Hostel has to offer. We do the extra mile to make you feel at HOME with us and enjoy your travel to the most :-)

We have a strong feeling of community with all travelers that stay here. So also for solo travelers, it will be easy to meet people.

There are three common areas at our hostel: the living room, the kitchen, and the foyer directly at the reception with two computers for our guests and chairs by the window to sit and check your emails while watching the street scene in Gracia. Just take a seat, sip on a coffee, and meet other travelers who are just planning their day. Our staff is always there to help you with advice or directions in case you are unsure how to get where you want to go.

Downstairs are the two other large common areas: the living room and the kitchen. The living room is great for reading, working on your computer, listening to music, or just hanging out and taking a hungover nap. There is also a big flatscreen TV where you can watch movies in English or Spanish or to connect your computer to it to watch a movie together with other travelers. Books and magazines for you to read are in a shelf, games are available, too, to sit with your peeps for playing cards or dice.

The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to prepare a meal after a long day of exploring Barcelona: cutlery, plates, cups, glasses, pots, and pans, two fridges and freezers, a big stove, a microwave, kettle, toaster, coffee machine, and even free spices, sugar and salt.

The Gracia City Hostel volunteers take you to where the fun is. There are events at the hostel almost every night. People gather up in the living room for a free drink from the hostel and then the crowd moves on to another fun place nearby. On Mondays, there’s the weekly Gracia Couchsurfer meeting in Gracia, just about 5 minutes away from the hostel. On Tuesdays, the hostel offers free drinks and then takes the people out to the Reggae Jam and on Thursdays to the Karaoke Pub. Every Friday is the Tapas night, followed by the pub crawl. On Saturdays, you can have a Sangria at the hostel and then attend a live concert. Sunday is the day to relax with either a free Flamenco show or a movie marathon. Furthermore, our volunteers always known what’s going on in the neighborhood and they may also take you out to other events such at the Nasty Mondays party at Apolo or the Mojito party at Barceloneta. As you see, our table of events will surely not allow you to get bored. :-)

But our staff does not also take care of your nights at the hostel, we also have something for your mornings: every day, there is somebody available to guide to the meeting point of the free walking tour through Barcelona. On Tuesdays, the hostel offers a tour to Park Guell, which is nearby, too. On Wednesdays, there’s always a Picnic at the Bunkers del Carmel. On Thursdays, the modernist tour takes place to La Pedrera, Casa Batllo, and La Sagrada Familia. Friday is the day of the Beach tour, and if you want, you can get your lunch box from the hostel. On Saturdays, you have the possiblity to join the Gracia Tour to Park Guell again, and on Sundays the free Photography tour to the best views of Barcelona.

At Gracia City Hostel, we are eager to create a family-like atmosphere which makes everybody feel at home. The staff and our volunteers will take care of you and make you feel “part of the family.” So even for solo travelers, it’s easy to meet people at Gracia City Hostel. That is why we additionally offer a free glass of wine every night from 9pm to 11pm in our living room.