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In the beautiful gothic part of the old town, just a street away from the cathedral. Room basic but clean, staff at desk at all times who are very welcoming, with lots of information about where to eat and how to get to the sights. They will also book tickets for you. No tea or coffee facilities ...
The room was serviceable with a nice balcony. It's probably better as a couple or group - the stairway to the rooms was pitch black at all times so I downloaded a flashlight app to go through it. It's definitely better than the sister hotel Don Rey Jaime.
The hotel and flight were great. BUT while this relates to the flight and the hotel, the transfers (also booked through Expedia) were a disaster. We were not informed to look for a different carrier than the one named on the paperwork; we were not informed where to find the bus; the driver could ...
For those who enjoy a small hotel with the informality of a B&B, this is a jewel. The hotel is impeccably clean...staff is friendly and helpful. A full breakfast of hot and cold selections is included...coffee and a snack always available.
The location of the hotel is perfect! It is 10 minutes walk from Placa Catalunya with lots of shops and restaurants along the way. The area feels safe even if you're walking after midnight. The room is not fancy but it is clean and comfortable. Our room has balcony facing the main street so it is ...
This hotel is a great budget option if you don't plan on spending much time in your room. This was perfect for the GP. It's 5 mins walk from Fira metro and 15-20 mins walk from a great shopping mall. If you want more comfort/ luxury this won't be for you but it was clean with friendly staff. It's ...
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