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My girlfriend and I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights during a short break to Barcelona. The hotel was in an excellent location, lovely and clean, friendly staff, and absolutely gorgeous decor and construction. I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone.
Easy to find, but not clear which of two underground car parks to use. We were on 12th floor so nice and quiet. Corridors smelt a bit of smoke but room didn't and was clean with good bathroom.
Perfect location to La Ramblas and many other attractions. We took a bus to get to La Sagrada Familia, but many other sites, including the Picasso Museum and Port Vell were walkable. Plenty of shopping and restaurants were nearby. The apartments include a washing machine for clothes and a dish washer, ...
Near Barcelona Airport with free shuttle service to hotel. Hotel shuttles are easy to find at the airport and they come every 45 minutes. There is also a bus stop right outside the hotel that provides direct transportation to Las Ramblas. The trip takes 15-20 minutes each way and cost a little over ...
It is 100 yards from entrance 4 at the circuit. Good location for that, not many restaurants around to eat though food good but limited in hotel
Nice aprt close to the metro , shopping center, placa espagna and so on ... enjoyed our stay there ...
We found the staff to be very helpful with bookings, advice on what to see and always ready to give directions. The breakfast was very nice and although there were no tea making facilities in the room you were able to go to the breakfast room and make a tea or coffee at any time.
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