Great location in the Ramblas area. Nearby everything.
What a great find. The hotel was in a great location just off the Romblas and in the Gothic area. The hotel and rooms were neat and clean and the staff were wonderful. The breakfast was great and plenty of things to choose from. The outside areas was great for sitting around in the evening to relax ...
Awesome property, great location, helpful staff, superb hospitality!! Highly recommended.
Walkable.safe.a lot of restaurant.shops..monuments
The hotel and its facilities are clean and tidy. The staff are pleasant and helpful. The highlight of the stay is the swimming pool at the rooftop where the panorama is amazing. The pool can get busy and most likely you will not be able to get a chair but if you do find some space you can just relax ...
I was greeted immediately and then advised that I was VIP for the day, I was given a Jr. Suite and a free breakfast. The accommodations were excellent. I was provided with a map of the area to help locate shore excursions and transfer methods.
Access to the hotel was hindered by construction but once inside it was delightful. The rooms are not big, but you have everything you need.
Superb location,very friendly staff,building looks fantastic,first class.
Great property, staff was very accomodating. Room was spacious and clean. Great location!
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