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I booked at the Gotic, but somehow got a different room 2 blocks away. Apparently it was an upgrade, although I doubt it.
Overall it was not bad, but it is just an old apartment turned into a "hotel". The facilities are outdated. The shower...More
My husband and I enjoyed our stay at the Hotel Brustar Gotic. It is in a good and central area. We were able to explore the Gothic Quarter, as well as walk to las Ramblas and Picasso Museum.
We got a private room, which was...More
Response from Gerardo B, Gerente at BruStar GoticResponded 16 June 2017
Thank you for your comments, sorry to hear about the door knob but at least it is fixed.
Hope to see you again in Barcelona
Very very small bathroom that you hardly could wash your face without spilling water on floor.
The bed was awfull. Walls painted awfully.
Do not have lobby.
The pillow as shon in pics were very dirty.
You could hear other people speaking in their room.
This hotel is one of the worst I have stayed and I have stayed in a lot. While it is in a good location, very close to the Metro and other attractions and the cleaning staff is incredibly friendly, it does not offer much else....More
Stayed for 4 nights. Hotel quite well located - it was about a 7-8 min walk to the top of La Rambla and there is an underground stop at the end of the road. I liked the location as it meant we saw a bit...More
Passing through the glorious Plaça Catalunya, you enter the newer city district of Eixample, literally translated as “extension,” which immediately becomes recognisable by its more spacious streets and elegant atmosphere. The main artery of this sizable district, Passeig de Gracia, is lined with high-end international designer stores. Not to be outdone, the glitz and glamour of this zone is perhaps best
exemplified by the comfortable and lavish five-star hotels that flank the divine and modernistic buildings from some of the world’s most recognised architects such as Gaudi and Montaner.