Acevi Villarroel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
First hand impression was very good and the service in the reception is decent. English talking staff is always a big plus. We are still on the hotel but considering to find another even if this is pre-paid. Not at all what we were hoping for - Info will come. However as our room was very nasty even if it's one of the more expensive Deluxe rooms we asked on our day of arrival (friday) to pay for an upgrade to a junior suite. The guy at the desk promised us that it would be available from monday so we should ask on sunday to make sure we could get it from monday to friday at least. We don't mind paying a premium for a decent bed (this one is rock hard) and we're both now ill after 2 days with sore throats as our aircondition is broken. Furthermore our toilet won't flush which is gross for a deluxe room. We're on the top floor and 3-4 times a day the whole floor gets an insane weed-smell which highly affects our trip negatively. We can't even stay in our own room at night or in the morning as it just smells too harsh. Overall a very poor experience and very sad that one desk manager promises that we can buy an upgrade for a room and then we come here on sunday and gets told that it's already booked for someone else. Will definately not recommend this hotel and I would never ever call this a 3 or 4 star hotel. No/low quality is the overall experience. Haven't tried the spa/pool area yet as we can't leave the room due to being ill but breakfast is also extremely poor. :)
I was here in July, 2017, for a week with my family, and all I can say is...GOOD JOB! The rooms were spacious and clean, staff was friendly, decent prices for spa, massages and whatnot, and the outdoor pool was fab' ! The breakfast buffet was also delicious. Will definitely return this summer again.
Firstly the hotel is perfectly fine it is clean and tidy enough and is in a not bad spot to walk about its about a 15 min walk from the gaudi buildings etc tripadvisor is a place to tell the hotel what you think and for them to sort it or not........I have styed in this hotel 3 times before so new NOT TO INCLUDE BREAKFAST as it is awful I thought maybe if enough people tell the hotel its awful then they would improve it but they might answer below "so sorry we will look at it please come back" but in this case I have checked tourists on here in the last few months and they have moaned the most abt breakfast now coffee is important and the machine does not work in the breaffast room to make it hot or nice they used to serve you coffee they made by machine but for the last 2 to 3 years have decided to save money MISTAKE BIG MISTAKE don't say you will look into it DO IT,,,,the coffee machine at breakfast is lousy now the room was fine (3rd room tried) incidently I was in the lobby for maybe 20 mins over a couple of days and heard at least 3 people change their room mmmmm not good the hotel overall is a little tired but clean well kept and in not a bad spot would I go back yes I would
We stayed in this hotel for 8 nights and cannot say enough about the location. We would stay here again, but only if the few small problems were addressed. Pros: - Location - easy to access, great restaurants all over the place, and walkable to many great spots - Quiet rooms - Spacious rooms - Big, soft towels - Nice floors - For some reason, a lovely bergamot smell when you exit the lift on your floor! Cons: - A/C did not work, and the rooms were very hot - we mentioned this several times, as it was affecting our sleep - Lame internet - kept dropping every few minutes throughout the stay - Rooms need an upgrade - our connecting family rooms had a combination of A/C stains on the ceiling (starting to turn pink, hopefully not mold), chips all around the bathroom mirror, rusting/deterioration of the pipes beneath the cool transparent bathroom sinks.
Stayed here with my partner in July. Fairly close to the central but Barcelona involves lots of walking, room was spaceous and the bathroom/ shower was fantastic. Didn’t eat at the hotel at all so not able to comment on the food however, it looked delicous. The roof top pool was very clean and had some great sunbeds except there are lots of high rise flats blocking any sort of view but sun until evening. We was woken up to a horriable drainage smell on our first night which was discusting, once I complained we was given another room but had to wait until they had another room avaliable (couple of hours) but wasn’t offered any sort of refund or compensation for the inconvenience caused. The spa was fantastic and we could actually relax they also had a great wifi connection (expect was slow in bedroom). On our last night I was unwell and we had to check out at 11am however, a lovely gentlemen allowed me to stay in the room for an extra hour or two before we left for the airport without charge. Would stay again but rate 4 stars due to the bad smell.
Our visit to Barcelona has been great. We were in this hotel that is very central in a quiet neighborhood. It has two stops near metro and one train 10 minutes walk. They are very kind and always willing to help us in our needs. It has a typical eaten restaurant of the north of Spain. The rooms are very luxurious and large and with good wifi coverage
Barcelona is fantastic, good hotels and restaurants, very friendly people and an incredible city. We were in this hotel, in a quiet neighborhood very close to the center of the city. It is a good hotel, with large and clean rooms, good wifi connection and very friendly staff
I stayed here for a couple of nights when I first moved to Barcelona (I am living here for three months on secondment). I needed a base close to the office which would enable me to find a flat for the duration of my stay, but also be close enough incase I needed to extend my stay there should I not have found a flat. I hit some road bumps as (despite being advised against making arrangements prior to leaving London by my employer, I was assured I would find dozens of flats to rent) nobody wanted to rent a flat to someone for three months. Especially when those three months ended on 1 December. I asked the staff for help and they were super kind, patient and helpful. Offering ideas and different Spanish only "gumtree" style websites. The bedroom was sufficient for me and my mum (who travelled out with me to help me find somewhere to live). Two single beds pushed together which was fine. The room was a little dark (due to dark wooden decor) but well equipped with a desk, sufficient wardrobe space and a lovely bathroom (shower and bath). The only downside was there was no kettle in the room and we Brits do love a good cuppa before bed. It was very warm when we arrived in late August and so the pool decking area was a welcome retreat. We didn't swim, but just recharged our batteries sitting on the comfortable sunbeds in the warm evening air. The location of the hotel is fine. However, I now live in the El Born area of Barcelona which I think is much better for getting a taste of the pretty, historic Barcelona. Having said that Barcelona is very easy to navigate by foot or Metro. The only hiccup I had was regarding cutting our stay short. Before booking I asked the hotel specifically if I could cut the stay short should I need to move into my flat, I was informed this would be no problem at all. We booked Weds - Sat night. I found a flat on the Friday morning (thank goodness) and so upon return to the hotel that afternoon asked to cancel Saturday night's stay and check out on Saturday morning. The lady was very unhelpful and told me I had to do it on the Booking.com website. I went up to the room, logged onto my Booking.com account and found I couldn't amend the stay as the stay was in process. I went back down the reception and the same lady confirmed she could help me afterall. She was just too lazy to have done it the first time it seems.
We feel very confortable. Nice rooms, bigs beds. Staff are very friendly. Spa it's so nice. The hotel is located at the downtown. There are two subway station very close to the hotel. Good breakfast and dinner with local food
We find very good at this hotel. All the staff is very friendly and they treated us very well, always very attentive giving us the necessary indications so that we arrived at the sites easy, giving us all information about the public transport ... The hotel is clean, the beds are very comfortable and large. It is very well connected to the main tourist attractions of the city by metro and bus. Good dinner and breakfast. Good wifi signal. We are happy to have chosen this hotel. I recommend it
- Walking distance to Casa Batllo
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Eixample within a short walk of Casa Batllo, Acevi Villarroel is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Placa de Catalunya. This 4-star hotel has 84 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, a full-service spa, and free in-room WiFi. It's also close to Palau de la Musica Catalana and Sagrada Familia.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee.
All 84 soundproofed rooms feature minibars, laptop-compatible safes, and desks. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. In-room massages are available.
A full-service spa, a spa tub, and a sauna are featured at Acevi Villarroel. Self parking is available for EUR 22.00 per night. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include free WiFi in public areas, 11 meeting rooms, and a seasonal outdoor pool.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
82% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1045 reviews