Eurostars BCN Design5.0 out of 5.0
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Designed to a new standard the hotel offers a good experience. Check in to check out nothing could be faulted. The room was different spacious with the bath situated in to middle offers a different bathing experience. Our room over looked the Main Street and seated in the area with bay windows offered an great view of the passing parade.
A great hotel location your doorstep is in the shopping center located in the famous Passeig de Gracia Street everything is around Restaurants, shops, pharmacies, underground station etc. Its a 5 star hotel, lovely warm staff ready to help a very cozy atmosphere, compared to Europe hotels rooms are clean space is PERFECT big enough and fully equipped nothing is missing. Breakfast buffet is very nice many varieties and room dine in dinner was lovely yummy pizza and lasagna. So Rating the hotel will be 9/10 and i will SURELY stay again.
We stayed at the Eurostars bcn design hotel few nights at the 2nd week of September 2017. I payed 250 dollars per night - breakfast not included, for a tiny room eith no view. It is located few minutes walk from place de Catalunia, and within walking distance from many attractions, restaurants, and Cafes. Also right in front of the hotel there are both bus stops and a metro station. The city tour green route has a stop right accross the the street. The bed was very comfortable, but the room was extremely small. The bathroom was so small. It contains 2 miniature sinks - I was splashing all over when I was shaving. Also there was no place to put our staff, we had to leave it in our suitcases. The bottom line, there are much cheeper hotels that are located nearby.
One hour to deliver dinner at night, there was paper and plastic bags from laundry from other people, rude service in general. This is definitely not a 5* stars hotel, take it only for the location, the rest doesn't worth at all And btw forget about privacy if you are travelling together, bathroom has no walls and toilet door is transparent...
5* declaration is a rip-off. Negative: The room has máximum 4* and the breakfast and staff 3* but you are charged for a 5*. There was a strong smell of cigaret in the room and the alternative was to move to a smaller room without a bathtub. The quality of food during breakfast was poor and dishes were not always clean. Staff was not Positive: The room looked nice and the bed was ok. Nice bathtub and cute little balcony.
Me and my colleague took up a room here(last minute choice) as we were traveling for work to Barcelona(from Dubai). They advertise themselves as a business hotel, but lightly textured glass door washrooms that open into the sleeping area means no privacy for sharing the room with someone! Would be ideal for couples, but not for people like me and my colleague! We had to tell each other not to walk towards the washroom area when we had to take a shower, to avoid seeing each other somewhat naked! Plus sinks are out in the open(between the beds and the glass walled washrooms), and its structure is such that when you wash your face, there will be water all over the floor! Staying in that room for 3 nights was definitely a challenge. Also, for the first time in both our travel experiences, we were asked to give either 100 euros security deposit or our credit card details while checking in. Don't know whether this is a system in Spain? Breakfast spread seemed overpriced as well, we opted to have our brekkie in one of the nearby cafes. Room lacked few amenities, notable one being hair dryer. Good thing about this hotel is its location in Passeig De Gracia, which made it possible for us to do some sightseeing post work. Casa Batllo is barely a minute's walk from the hotel. We could also visit La Pedrera and Sagrada Familia by walking as well, Sagrada being almost 20 mins away from the hotel.
We stayed here one night on our way to Ibiza from Dubai. The staff were warm and friendly.. We were kindly given an upgrade to a suite ,which was HUGE and appreciated. The breakfast was good too.. Would stay again when in the city
Now don't be put off by previous comments regards to the loo being kinda open plan albeit there is a door besides this is for couples that no doubt are coming for a romantic getaway so are probably used to each other by now. The rooms are stunningly modern as we had a bath in the centre of the room. Decor was lovely and modern. The balcony was accessible for a smoke, air con and coffee tea supplied with a kettle. Breakfast was the usual European croissants, toast, eggs and an array of meats and cheeses I'd give it 8/10 for breakfast Shame the outside terrace closed at 21:00hrs as the hotel has to respect their neighbours Situation was great across the road from hop on/ off bus. A 3 min walk from La Rambla also a vast amount of slinky restaurants and Tapas bars Summary ...... all the staff we very friendly and courteous therefore we'd give it 8.5/10 and we'd certainly stay there again
I had a 6 night reservation, but moved out after one night. I was amazed that the two bathroom "sinks" (consisting of very small cylindrical vessels) were completely open to the bedroom. In addition to the obvious lack of privacy, the size of the sinks meant that, after use, the tile floor was covered with water, which made things very slippery and messy. The shower and toilet, although each having a glass door, were also open to the sink "area" further reducing privacy. I asked for extra towels and got none. After staying for 30 minutes, I requested another room and was told they were all like that. The hotel obviously sacrificed function, and exalted form. And this was my fault, since I was seduced by the appearance of the hotel from the photos on the website, and failed to read the "fine print" of the reviews. I had asked the staff to recommend 3 hotels in the area with separate bathrooms, but got no recommendations. So, I had to spend the morning after my arrival searching for other hotels, and visiting 4 of them within 1.5 km to make sure they had a separate bathroom with a door. Incredibly, some didn't, so this is apparently a thing in Barcelona. I wound up in a lovely Catalonia hotel down in the Cathedral area, but had to pay top, top dollar for the last minute booking. BUT it was a true 5-star hotel WITH A SEPARATE BATHROOM AND A DOOR! (did I mention the lack of a separate bathroom with door at the Eurostars BCN Design?)
This hotel has a great location. Across the Passeig de Gracia from the Mandarin Oriental, close to shops, restaurants, Metro stations of two different lines, and less than a block from at least three iconic architectural jewels. Our room #410 was big, had very good climate control, a good (relatively firm) King size bed, an ample balcony with a table and two chairs (great for smokers), a minibar, a safe, and it was quiet, facing the rear of the hotel, away from traffic. The staff was unfailingly friendly, and offered good advice on restaurants, routes, things to do, etc. Why, then, the "Average" rating? The room layout includes bathroom facilities that are poorly conceived; in effect, the layout brings the bathing, toilet, and other such facilities into the room itself. The toilet stall (see photos) is adjacent to the entry door, and has a frosted glass door that is so close to the commode that doing your "paperwork" will result in knocking your head against said stall door, which has no latch, and will thus probably be pushed open. (A large person, especially, will have a major problem with this.) But, as it is now, the toilet stall is difficult to extend out, because the generously-sized shower, which is already in a deep corner, behind a wall column, would be pushed even farther back by extending the toilet stall out. To shave or brush your teeth, you have your choice of twin round lavatories that have bowls that are less than 12" in diameter, and the water pipe (spigot) that delivers your water juts out over to the center of each bowl (see photos). It is impossible to shave or brush your teeth, etc. without splashing some water onto the polished marble tiled floor, and the pipe, of course is inconveniently in the way. Furthermore, there is no shelving provided on which to place your toiletries, only a very small, low table whose top is largely taken up by a rectangular tray containing the complimentary toiletries provided by the hotel. The small table also contains one medium size towel, presumably to be shared, if there are two guests occupying the room. Additionally, there is little space provided to put one's stuff. As one travels, and leaves and enters the room, one bears cameras, maps, etc., which are normally placed on a desktop together with wallets, coins and other pocket contents, and other items, such as jewelry or cosmetic carriers, water bottles, etc. The one desk in room 410 had half of its surface area taken up by coffee service trays and equipment, and by a lamp, and hotel-provided guidebooks and other literature. Therefore, little space to put your "stuff." It would have been a simple matter to extend the surface of this desk to the sidewall of the closet (see photos). The closet itself is satisfactory, as it provides two racks with clothes hangers, but there is not a single drawer in the room to put folded clothing items. It bears mentioning that there was a bedside table on either side of the bed that could be used to put a book, magazines, eyeglasses, water, etc., but little else. And, if you happen to watch more than a little television, be forewarned that the TV set in room 410 is a 28" model, and no English programming is available. The bottom line is that at least room 410 was designed by someone who was more concerned with splashy style than with the needs of the room guests. (We were also able to look into room #412, which was very similar to 410, while it was being readied for new occupants; it had a standalone old-fashioned bathtub smack in the center of the area between the bed and the toilet. I should point out that I tend to favor Eurostars hotels, a brand of the Spanish Meliá chain. Wife and I have stayed at their hotels in Berlin and Naples, and liked them very much. But they have another four hotels in Barcelona besides this one, and, if I had to do it over, I would look into those and avoid booking this one.
- Walking distance to Casa Batllo and Palau de la Musica Catalana
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Located in Dreta de l'Eixample, Eurostars BCN Design is adjacent to Casa Batllo and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Placa de Catalunya. This 65-room, 5-star hotel has conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a fitness center, and a conference center. Palau de la Musica Catalana and Casa Mila are also within a short walk.
Explore the hotel and meet new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 11 AM.
The 65 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including minibars, coffee makers, and safes. Guests can expect to find TVs and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bathrobes. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include phones and desks.
At Eurostars BCN Design, guests have access to a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a conference center. Self parking is offered for EUR 25 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a library, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.
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64% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 694 reviews