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I stayed here last week and can't fault anything about this hotel. It's incredibly basic and you get what you pay for. Me and my partner knew we only wanted a basic hotel as we'd be out exploring most of the day and night and...More
The position is amazing, the people at the reception very friendly. The problem is the you can hear the people talking in other rooms as if you were with them.. and the elevator makes the hell of a noise!!! If you are planning to go...More
Very good location, near metro station (Jaume I) and even Barceloneta by foot. The room is basic but ok for what we needed, it had a roof fan, tv, private bathroom and a small but cute balcony.
Be advised, very noisy at night. Noise come...More
A very basic hotel, no frills, no attempts to even present a luxury facade. Basic function trumps form every time.
The bed, though the mattress was 20cm shorter than the frame, was comfortable even if it looked cheap and the blanket on it well used....More
We stayed here for 5 nights, it is in the perfect location to explore Barcelona, just 2 minutes from the metro station, lots of shops, cafe and restaurants nearby.
The room was basic but ok for what we needed, it had a roof fan, blackout...More
US$58 - US$194 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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With its iconic, old-Europe streets and alleys, this picturesque neighbourhood is the very heart of Barcelona. It blends historic artifacts from its days under Roman dominion up through the Spanish Civil War with a vibrant modern-day culture of artisan shops and authentic culinary experiences. Avid explorers will be thrilled to discover quaint terraces and plazas brought to life by the many small bars and local
musicians lasting late into the night. Fashionistas will be drawn to Portal de L’Angel, which is lined with well-known brand names and smaller boutique stands.