Casa Gràcia: a youth hostel full of charm in Barcelona

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Want to stay at a hostel with a unique, friendly feel and truly local charm, all for a very reasonable price? Try the Casa Gràcia!

Casa Gràcia lounge decoration
Where?

Gràcia
metro: Diagonal (L3 L5)
Passeig de Gràcia 116

When?

every day

How much?

from 25 euros per person

Why?

for its quirky décor

Wifi:

free

Arriving at the Casa Gràcia is like being welcomed into a big family house, where each generation has left its mark on the interiors.

Located at the crossroads of Avinguda Diagonal and Passeig de Gràcia, the hostel is very close to key tourist sites, to the most vibrant quarters and to shopping areas. Shopaholics beware: there really are shops everywhere…

Rooms at Casa Gràcia

Check-in is from 2pm, and you’ll need to leave by noon on the day of departure.

Dormitories

Light, airy and pretty spacious, the dorms sleep 6. There’s not much in the way of storage, but there’s enough space for everyone’s belongings. The tasteful décor creates a relaxing and restful atmosphere. Most of the dorms have their own bathroom.

casa gracia dormitories

Private rooms

En suite rooms, or “suites”

Private rooms are also available, sleeping from 2 to 6, and are ideal for those wishing to combine the privacy of a hotel room with the social side of a youth hostel. The rooms are spacious and light and each has its own bathroom, offering all the comfort you’d expect from a hotel, plus access to the hostel’s shared kitchen and common room.

casa gracia room

Super-suites: private bathroom and jacuzzi

The hostel has recently introduced double rooms with their own jacuzzi, known as “super-suites”.

Prices at Casa Gràcia

A night in the dorms in low season will cost from €25 per person, going up to €30 pppn in high season. All prices include breakfast.

Private rooms cost from €100 to €140 per night (including breakfast), depending on the dates of your stay.

Public areas at Casa Gràcia

casa gracia kitchen

The huge kitchen, which opens onto the dining room, has just been redecorated. The bottle-green tiles and the long wooden refectory table give a definite “family” feel to the place.

The dining room is light and spacious, and opens out onto a terrace – perfect in summer!

casa gracia dining room

On top of all that, you get access to the sitting room and library, with their leather sofas and armchairs – the perfect spot for a quick evening drink before setting out for some nocturnal exploration of the city centre.

drawing leather sofa

Other services

Reception is open 24/7, and they’re happy to look after your bags for you if you arrive early or if you’re leaving after checkout time.

The whole hostel is equipped with heating and air conditioning, and towels are available free of charge.

casa gracia sitting room

Little extras at Casa Gràcia

  • Breakfast is included in the price of your stay, with open access to tea, coffee, milk, cereal, homemade cake and fruit. Tea and coffee are available free of charge all day long.
  • There’s the option to sign up for a home-cooked evening meal, which changes every day, for a very reasonable price.
  • The hostel organises free guided visits after breakfast – just sign up in advance at reception. A great way of discovering the city whilst meeting new people.
  • Each week, the hostel organises different activities for its guests, such as concerts, exhibitions or, for that matter, anything else.

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Laureen

Laureen has written many articles for Barcelona Top Travel Tips. An intrepid traveller with an artistic bent, she loves the feeling of freedom found in the Catalan capital. Her favourite job during her placement with us was testing some of the city's incredible bars and restaurants. It's a hard job, but somebody has to do it... ;-)