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It’s our 6th time staying in hotel Gran Ducat and have no complaints at all. Very clean, friendly staff ,reasonably priced and newly renovated. Only 100 meters away from Placa catalunya, Las Ramblas and Airport bus right outside. Well worth a weekend away and will...More
a modest hotel. very small rooms. doesn't even have a closet. very little public spaces at hotel. you have to pay to store your luggage.also there is quite noisy from train passes underneath.
the only plus it is its location, which very central, very...More
Stayed here our first night in Barcelona just for one night before getting out of the city to explore other areas. The hotel is small, but had everything you needed - clean rooms, great bed, nice bathroom and a good breakfast. The hotel is in...More
We stayed 5 days at the city and it was great. Very nice hotel, very good service and staff, very nice breakfast, and the most important thing, amazing location. Very close to the RAMBLAS street and to placa catalunya
Helpful staff at the reception, perfect location - very centrally located, just round the cornder from Placa Catalynia, small but clean & comfortable rooms. Nice & clean hotel. Liked my stay. Would recommend this hotel as a budget option in the city centre.
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