Eurostars BCN Design5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
One of the best hotel ever I visted! Is just perfect. Excellent location!!!!!! Walking distance from the main spots and hop off station or any public transportation just front of the hotel. The room,the staff,the breakfast great! Highly recommended!
We came back to the hotel for several nights end of May, early June. Still the same boutique feel, with great location in the Eixample distric and steps away from public transportation. Las Ramblas is only 10-15 minutes away on foot. As mentioned by others, the decoration was modern and unique, but it worked for us. Our room had a balcony, and it was a lovely view down the Passeig de Gracia. We could see Casa Battlo and Casa Mila, and having a glass of wine while watching the world goes by from that balcony was transcendental. Breakfast was excellent, with high quality items and courteous service. Complimentary water and sweets were in the lobby. The bathroom arrangement mentioned by others was fine for us, but we did wish for a little more space around the sinks for toiletries etc... Of note, the front desk staff members were all enthusiastically professional. This will be always be our first choice for Barcelona!
This hotel is located on the best street of Barcelona With great historical sites, shopping and great dinning options all within walking distance. The rooms are very spacious however the bedding is not so comfortable this is the main reason for my 4 star rating. The staff is friend, kind and eager to assist. I did not dine at the hotel because there were so many fabulous options all with in walking distance.
We stayed at this excellent hotel for 4 nights in June. First of all the hotel is in a fantastic location, with a metro station, great shops and restaurants within a 5 minute walk. We were told by a taxi driver that it was the best street in Barcelona! The hotel is walking distance to some of the main landmarks in Barcelona including La Rambla and Plaza Catalunya. There is a lift to take you to hotel reception on the first floor. The service at the hotel was first class.The reception staff were always friendly and helpful, especially Gabriela, and nothing was too much trouble. The breakfast was high quality with a good choice of food. The room was very spacious with windows that opened onto a balcony and spotlessly clean, however the bathroom setup was a a bit unusual, with 2 sinks separately in the room. I'm not a fan of frosted glass doors to the toilet and shower either when you are sharing a room with others. Every day we received complimentary bottles of water and snacks which was great. I definitely would stay at this hotel again when visiting Barcelona.
As location, it is so good. Close to Casa Battlia, in Passeig de Gràcia. Entry of hotel is a bit problematic for the first comers: you need a card or ring the bell to open the door. The reception is on the first floor. If both lifts are working (mostly not) you can get it after waiting sometimes on que. Receptionists are so friendly and make you checking quickly. As the hotel is designed one, the rooms have different shape. In our room, the bath tube was in the middle of room, toilet and shower were being open to the room with a glass door. If you are alone, no problem. But for a family....
Modern design hotel and bedrooms may not suit everyone!! Big room, big double bed, street view, clean and tidy room, good breakfast - everything we required. Would be very happy to go back there again on our next trip to Barcelona!!
Hotel has a fantastic location on the main shopping street of Barcelona. Room vas spacious however I'm not sure I like to have bathroom in the open space. As my room was from the street site I just felt a bit too open. Breakfast in the morning was very good with fantastic selection of Spanish breakfast classics like potato omelette. I will be coming back but will ask for a room from the back as mine was a bit noisy
This place is not a 5 star hotel, it's a 3.2 at best. I suppose the location is good if you're looking for the most touristy part of Barcelona. However, when you arrive at the front door, there is no entry to the hotel, in fact you have to click a buzzer with a scary camera to go up to the next story. On the next story you'll be met by an unfriendly and not very helpful receptionist who knows you're going to be disappointed with the you room reserved. As a matter of fact when I made a comment about the size of the room being very small, the receptionist's first comment was you got exactly the square feet that you agreed upon on the website. Additionally, the air conditioning could not be changed internally by yourself. You have to have somebody come up from downstairs to unlock its setting. Now on to the size of the room. Definitely make sure you're going to look at the square feet that you were going to be receiving. Our room on the 6th floor is like a closet. It reminds me of efficiency room in Manhattan. Not a nice one, one that is like a closet. Closyrophobic is the theme here. Next, the noise. I can hear my neighbors walking around upstairs and I can also hear my downstairs neighbors talking out on the balcony. No, we don't have a balcony, someone else does. There's really not much sound insulation and our bed is literally right next to the door of the hallway. Thank goodness we only did 3 nights here. For $30 more night you could be staying at the Hilton hotel in a king-size bed. That's probably where we might consider going next. Good luck guys!
We stayed at the hotel for 4 nights. We had no idea how well located the hotel was to all the sights. The hotel was right in front of one of the stops for the city sightseeing bus. Las Rambla, Boqueria Market, Plaza Catalunya, Casa Mia were all within walking distance. The hotel was located on one o the main shopping streets. It was vibey and full of activity. The reception is on the first floor. The lifts open up to a small reception area with a nice airy library and seating area to the left and the breakfast area on the right. It is very elegantly decorated. Our superior room was on the 6th floor and had a balcony facing Passeig de Gracia. The room was properly sound proofed with double glazed windows. The room was very spacious with a huge bath tub in the middle of the bathroom. We received complimentary water and crisps daily. Breakfast was complimentary as we booked our stay directly with the hotel. It was a lavish continental spread of high quality ingredients -simply delicious. I loved the treats at reception - apples and jars of chocolates, marshmallows and sweets - decadent. The service at the hotel was excellent. The staff went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable and we truly appreciate that. Special mention goes to Joaquim, Gabriela, Naira, Edgar, Jorge and Gabriel - thank you for making our stay memorable.
Was looking forward to this stay, upon arrival- Entrance was like a hostel, but smells nice, 1st floor was the tiny reception, on the left was the restaurant/bar, the right was rooms, how bizarre! Upon walking into room, first instance was ‘wow’ (bath tub in the middle of room) then as you walk in ‘ok ok’. Lets talk about the bathroom part what other reviewers are saying; Yes its a unique design, but as you get to use the facilities it all falls downwards... shower has no extractor so room heats up, dirt around the sides, shower door doesn’t close properly and it leaks out onto floor. Basin was dreadful, small and yes it leaks all over the floor! The shelf the the sides ( how inconvenience). Bath tub was big- but did it drain?...very slowly... Bed was very comfortable, but why didn’t house keeping change the duvets daily??? Same mark on it. Kettle not cleaned, general marks everywhere etc. Nice big mirror. Balcony window opens wide but can be dangerous. TV very small lol. And lastly the AIRCON does not work! Why can’t they clean it??? Location was good, very close to metro/bus stops, again in Barcelona every location is walking distance to be honest, 5-10min to Las Rambla/gothic quarter. To sum up, whoever design the rooms didn’t think about the convenience of the usage. Think this is aimed at younger groups. This is definitely not a 5 star hotel, opposite is a luxury 5 star. But the price reflects on this. Would I recommend? Yes but thats if you don’t mind the above and housekeeping to do there duties.
- Walking distance to Casa Batllo and Palau de la Musica Catalana
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Located in 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.
Guests can enjoy a TV and stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers hair dryers, free toiletries, and bathrobes. Other standard amenities include a minibar, a coffee maker, and a safe.
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 tours or tickets, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a library, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.
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64.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 752 reviews