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My wife and I stayed here for 2 days. You can't beat the location, right off La Rambla, yet very quiet. We had a room up on the top floor which was very funky and large. Our only complaints were that for 143 Euros a...More
Nice lobby, opening on pleasant square close to Las Ramblas. Room rather bare-bones but comfortable with small balcony overlooking square, and flat-screen TV. Modern, clean bathroom. Ample breakfast buffet included. A few negatives: Desk clerks polite but not particularly helpful (not concierges), meager closet space,...More
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Comfortable hotel in a square which looks a wee bit drab in daytime but a good bit better at night. Really handy for La Rambla, Liceu metro, La Boqueria market, Placa de Catalunya and the Gothic Barrio. Nice breakfast and the staff were friendly and...More
Not luxury, but perfectly adequate. Reception helpful enough, room clean, good air conditioner and insulated window/door to balcony kept out noise at night.
Breakfasts did the job BUT no fresh fruit (market is close-by).
To find hotel walk up La Rambla on the right hand...More
US$78 - US$195 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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