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We stayed in a coco home here for 11 days and could have stayed longer!! The camp-site had everything you needed, pool, supermarket, restaurant serving good coffee in the morning, located right next to the beach and near the bus stop to the city centre. The cooking facilities weren't great wood fire ...
Loved it and already miss them. Now something's were different than our norm. Like A\C did not work in one room of two room apt. But the one unit worked fine for both rooms so no issue. Bath shampoo and soap were not resupplied. With three of us, we learned to stop at front desk when we needed. Not ...
This beautiful hostel, situated in the mountains, is excellent for a long, peaceful stay near Barcelona. The train station being at ten minutes descent from the hostel means that you can get to the city-center in 15 to 20 mins max. There is a bit of a hike from the station to the hostel which made ...
This hotel is very closed to Urgell metro station - red line (only 2 mns walk), supermarkets, restaurants, and a salsa dance place called Antillas. The hotel is very clean and well maintained in a safe area although it is not a luxury hotel. The guests need their room keys to access the entrance ...
We arrived early and thwu accommodate us. Room is what you expect from a hostal. Everything des clean and i have no complainte. I Will stay there again. If ever in spain. There is a fruit store right in front and bars on the corner
The city of Barcelona is one of Europe’s best destinations, featuring a range of relaxing and exciting activities. The capital of Catalonia also includes chic hotels, trendy stores, and a number of exquisite restaurants.
You will quickly find that Barcelona has something to suit your holiday needs, whether you want to discover the city’s art galleries and museums like the Fundacio Joan Miro, or are interested in taking in football match at the famed Camp Nou. You may also want to spend time exploring the city’s many parks and beaches, such as the Antoni Gaudi designed Park Guell and the Barceloneta Beach.
Catalan culture is known for producing some of the world’s best chefs. The restaurants and markets of Barcelona provide their visitors with the opportunity to enjoy a dining experience unlike any other, whether you're nibbling on tapas or tucking into a traditional fisherman’s stew.
With so much to see and eat, your visit to Barcelona is certain to be an experience to remember. If you’re looking for an affordable and comfortable hotel to stay in during your visit to Catalonia, then one of the city’s two star hotels might be exactly what you’re looking for. To research hotels in Barcelona, just use the Expedia search tool.