The staff were wet nice and friendly lovely clean rooms great atmosphere
Only thing that let it down was the coffee in the room it wasn't very nice but that's personal preference and wasn't a big deal just maybe they could have bought a fancy machine for the room as the room was to a standard where that would of been nice
But overall great hotel
Traveller from w
SB Plaza Europa Hotel -4 stars- is located in a unique building designed and built to meet every need/ both clients and …More
This is a great hotel perched on Montjuïc with views to the ocean one way and to the city the other way. It is easy to access, but gives you a relaxing break from the bustle of the city. The staff, amenities and food were all excellent. You can take the port cable car down to the water. You can walk down to an area with a great variety of restaurants where the locals (and tourists eat) and you can walk to the National Museum and Olympic Venues. One of the hop on hop off city tours stops right outside. If you are tired you may need to taxi back up the hill, but this is not too expensive. This hotel is high end, but not pretentious. It is luxurious and, dare I say, sexy. One of my greatest hotel stays ever during my first trip to Barcelona. I will stay here again.
the hotel was very nice, they staff mostly understood English so that wasn't a problem, the only problem i would say is that the hotel is kind of in the middle of nowhere so you'd need a car to get around. it takes around 20 minutes to drive in to the city so it was a good job that i hired a car or else i would of been paying a lot on taxis.
Traveller from Birmingham
Modern business hotel in front of the Fira 2. Travelodge L?Hospitalet is a modern establishment with 83 rooms conceived for …More
Nice hotel, we had a big family room, unfortunately the spa was closed for refurbishing during our stay. The hotel is right beside Mont Juc, we walked up the hill ourselves. It's also only about a 10 minute walk from the Ramblas and the marina. Staff are friendly and very helpful, although the bar opening hours are quite restrictive. There is a nice terrace but it is overlooked by lots of residential properties.
Can't comment on the restaurant as we never ate there.
We got to Barcelona after a very stressful flight, transfer and train journey. Arrival at the Barcelo Sants was truly a breath of fresh air. I was amazed with how quick check in was (even considering the young lad was training). The complete layout worked so well and was easy to navigate. With three single beds the room was still spacious, clean and tidy. I'd definitely come here again.
Our first time in Barcelona but most hotels in the centre were more expensive so we stayed further out. Transport connections were good with a metro station right opposite the hotel. A 10 Minute walk and you will find the Magic Fountain which is definitely a must see as it is multicoloured at night and is an amazing sight. The hop on hop off bus is also found near the fountain and this is also a must do as it enables you to see all the sights and you can decide which you want to get off at and explore. We had a room at the back of the hotel room 401 and it was quiet with good beds and a clean modern bathroom with lots of supplies: shower gel/shampoo, toothbrush/paste, razor/cream, and also 2 pairs of slippers.The view from the room was just the back of houses so not brilliant but we were not in the room for long so it did not matter.The in room safe was useful. Only cons were the wi fi was intermittent and not just in the room which was disappointing and the tea/coffee in the room had no milk and no breakfast tea just fruit teas and coffee so we did not use it. We had an express breakfast on our first morning as we wanted to get a quick start, It was a croissant with jam and orange juice and a cup of tea for 5.50 Eur which we felt was fine, The breakfast buffet was15 Eur and was very good and was all you can eat and it was hot and cold food which was great on our last day before our journey home. The area was fine and safe and we found a lot of little Tapas bars close by.
The verdant hill of Montjuic has long been a place of recreation and achieved worldwide fame during the 1992 Olympics. Experience its breathtaking views by taking the cable car from the port and then a smaller cable car to the castle at the very top. The area is chock-a-block with historic and cultural treasures; don’t miss the Museu National de Arte de Catalunya (MNAC) or the Fundació Miró.
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