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I'd recommend this hotel every time. It's fairly basic, very clean and the staff are very helpful. Breakfast is more than adequate and the coffee is divine. Free wifi in the lovely atrium and the hotel is situated a minute from Las Ramblas, and so...More
We wanted to change the room. Bookings did´t help us as they should but the hotet did.
Nice and clean hotel near la Rambla and an exellent breakfast. nice rooms round an inner courtyard.
This is not a hotel. This is a hostel with private bathrooms. The room had no windows, there was black mold on the floors and the walls, it smelt like mold and bleach, and the bed linen was stained. There are so many nice places...More
The location is very good near La Rambla and close to all major sights. The building itself is quite old, used to be a convent, and has a pretty unique ambiance and decor, with a covered inner courtyard surrounded by curvy galleries on each...More
The main advantage of this hotel is LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION. it is one minute walk from the La Rambla and the metro station. The hotel resides in a 19th century building and belongs to a family. the architecture is nice with a very pleasant patio...More
US$65 - US$114 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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