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Raquel - hotel manager was extremely helpful from recommending sightseeing places, using the metro, and assisting with replacement of a stolen passport. Raquel really helped make our short time in Barcelona memorable!
The wake- up knock on the door and free shuttle made this a good choice for my layover. Room was clean and the lounge made a nice pizza. My room was above the dining room so seemed a bit noisy but only until anout 10:30.
We chose this hotel close to Las Ramblas & the port in a street parallel but quieter than Las Ramblas (we know the area well). Our room overlooked Portal de L'Angel. Excellent staff, check-in & check-out quick & easy. Gd clean facilities, pool, bar, v gd breakfast (lots of choice). V comfortable ...
Loved the location in the Gothic Quarter close to a main square, transportation and some attractions. We got a room overlooking the courtyard/pool area and it was very quiet with a lovely balcony. Room had everything we needed or staff would bring it to us, was clean, and comfortable with a big bed. ...
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
Excellent access details for off hour arrival. Perfect location! Very central. Very secure, safe , clean and airy. Friendly, helpful staff. Highly recommed this property.
Anyone booking a hotel in the trendy European city of Barcelona is in for a thrilling experience. The capital of Catalonia is filled with fun activities and spectacular attractions, whether you’re hoping to relax on a beautiful Mediterranean beach, hike through the city’s Collserola Park, take in a game at the Camp Nou stadium, or sight-see.
If it happens to be your first visit to Barcelona and you’re wondering that attractions are an absolute must-see; then be sure to head to the Gothic Quarter, the city’s oldest neighbourhood; visit the Sagrada Familia church, designed by Antoni Gaudi; and explore the cultural hotspots of Fundacio Joan Miro and Picasso Museum.
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