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A very nice boutique hotel in a nice neighborhood. If you seek something a little different, quiet, and spacious and off the beaten path, this hotel is for you. It is also near very nice restaurants, and the metro. The staff and the breakfast are...More
What a beautiful hotel. Stayed there for my anniversary. I booked due to the positive reviews and wasn't disappointed.
It's true that the location isn't great. You're looking at 20 mins in a taxi to the centre and any reviews that say less are fibbing!...More
We spent 4 days at Primero Primera to celebrate our wedding anniversary. We were really glad we did and would definitely stay here again. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The room was large and spacious and we were really impressed by the honesty...More
We stayed here for a long weekend and were very impressed. The position was ideal for us, just a short walk to the train which takes you to the centre of Barcelona in about 10 minutes. Our room was a superior one, it was large...More
This was our first time in Barcelona and I wanted the best of both worlds, busy city but also somewhere to come back to at night that was tranquil and relaxing. Primero Primera was just perfect. A short walk and then metro into town and...More
We used the public airport shuttle bus called the Aerobús. I believe it was around 5 euro each way. Takes you to the city center, from there, we rode the metro rail. You can buy a multi ride pass for 10 euro.
Response from Catriona G | Reviewed this property |
If you have lots of luggage and want an easy option, then a taxi would be best. This will probably take about15 minutes and can be a good way to see some of the city. However, it is really easy to get to the hotel by metro... More
If you have lots of luggage and want an easy option, then a taxi would be best. This will probably take about15 minutes and can be a good way to see some of the city. However, it is really easy to get to the hotel by metro and that is how we did it. It will also be cheaper and not much different timewise. From Estacio Sants, go to Diagonal metro and then Les Tres Torres. The hotel is a couple of minutes walk away and it is a good way to orient yourself. If you are going to be in Barcelona for a couple of days then I would suggest getting a metro pass as a cost effective way of getting around - if you are doing more than 5 metro trips, it is certainly better value having a pass than paying separately. Enjoy Barcelona.
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"Get a room with a balcony if available. I like the upper floors."