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I stayed here 3 years ago and it was nice, but with a few unpleasant little things.
We came back this year and got a room similar to the one 3 years ago, but on the front of the hotel (it had a small balcony...More
Excellent Hotel for price what we paied. Good location near Arenas de Barcelona and Placa Espana. Swimming pool is small but it's fine for refreshing. Service good be better (some staff). This is m review
The hotel has a good location near Plaza España, with restaurants, communication, airport bus etc. The room was not bad and big enough with a decent bathroom.
But the aircon did not function properly, we had over 27 C in the room with aircon on...More
Excellent location. Reception guy could speak both french and english which is helpful . nice restaurant located oposite. nice plaza espanya. only did not like black bedscover. restaurant breakfast is good to consider esp. with kids. my stay in general was pleasant. i would definitely...More
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US$77 - US$199 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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