Nice and tidy hotel. Great little pool on rooftop, beds very comfy. Rooms overlooking street a little noisy at night but overall I would recommend this hotel, location right near the arc de triomph and metro and eateries close by. Staff very helpful also.
Great location. Great Staff. Great Ambiance. The rooms are a bit small (at least the one we booked). But our stay was very pleasant.
Friendly staff clean hotel great location The room was clean staff was friendly and helpful Location was great and were within walking distance to the sights and great restaurants
Excellent location, very clean. Good variety of breakfast choices so would recommend including breakfast with your stay. Great staff who are happy to assist when required.
Excellent location within walking distance of most attractions. Great services: pool, free wifi, gym, free "mini bar", great buffet breakfast (but a little too pricey).
Great service and friendly staff in the heart of the Gothic quarter. Room was spacious for a city centre hotel.
Clean room and excellent hotel location and friendly staff
Great location. Clean and quiet. Helpful staff. We enjoyed our stay.
It's very centrally located and gives great opportunity to walk around the gothic quarter. Lots of restaurants in the surrounding area.
There are few cities in Europe that can boast the type of historical and cultural attractions that can be found scattered throughout the atmospheric city of Barcelona, the capital of Spain’s Catalonia community. Visitors booking a hotel in the city for their first visit will be extremely impressed by the number of exquisite attractions the city has to offer, which include sites such as the Sagrada Familia church designed by Antoni Gaudi, the 13th century Barcelona Cathedral, and the aromatic Boqueria market.
Barcelona is also surrounded by a wide variety of landscapes, and visitors planning an extended stay in the city should be sure to get out and explore places like the Costa Brava and the Pyrenees mountain range, which provide wonderful activities to enjoy, from sunbathing to skiing. Of course, if you want to stick to this glorious city, there's also a number of incredible parks, such as the grand Parc de la Ciutadella. This beautiful green space was once the barracks of the occupying Spanish army, but today houses the city's zoo, the Parliament of Catalonia and an intricate fountain and lake.
Sitting at the end of the prominade that leads to the Parc de la Ciutadella is Barcelona's Arc de Triomf. Built as the main access gate for the World Fair in 1888, the Arc de Triomf, or Arco de Triunfo in Spanish, is a memorial arch that stands astride a wide promenade leading to the cities Ciutadella Park. It contains a stone sculpture entitled, 'Barcelona welcomes the nations'.
With so many things to see and do in Barcelona, a visit to this seaside city is certain to be an exciting one.
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