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What does the room rate include?
The room rate includes all supplies (internet, heating, water and electriciy) as well as the weekly cleaning of the room. The full board service includes breakfast, lunch and dinner from Monday to Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday. We also prepare food to take away with prior notice, and without addition charge.
The bathroom is private or shared?
Every room as a complete private bathroom, totally refurbished.
Is there car park for vehicle or bikes?
Yes, there is a private car park for vehicles and bikes. It is free of charge and subject to availability for cars.
Are there entry and exit schedule restrictions?
The residence hall opens at 6:30 a.m. and closes at 11 p.m. Entrance and exit outside these times will be arranged with prior notice.
Can I receive visits from family or friends?
Yes, friends ad family can visit you in the residence hall and spend time together in the shared spaces. They can also stay for lunch.
Will I be able to choose my room?
The residence hall Madre Güell has single and double rooms, all of them with own bathroom and natural light. You will be able to choose your room subject to availability when you book.
Can I decorate my room?
Yes, you can decorate your room as long as you don't damage the furniture, paint or make holes. You are also allowed to have a coffee /tea maker or similar in the room.
Bed linen and towels are provided by the residence hall?
Yes, if necessary bed linen, blankets and towells are provided, in which case we will wash them. However, you're welcome to bring our own sheets, blankets and towels, to feel like at home.
How often do you clean?
There is daily cleaning of the common areas and weekly clearning of the rooms.
Is it possible to book for short or medium length stays?
Yes, we accept reservations for short or medium stays subject to availability (weekends, weekdays, by days, etc.) Please check the rates here.
Do you accept residents of other faiths?
Absolutely yes. We accompany the young women in their personal growth, respecting their beliefs, helping them to grow as people in a world that we want to be characterised by dialogue, respect and recognition of others and their beliefs without renouncing to our own.