- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- No parking is available onsite.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard, and Visa.
- Hotel Registry Number: HB-004157
- Due to national regulations, cash transactions can't exceed EUR 2500 at this property. For additional details, contact the property using the contact information on your booking confirmation.
- The hotel can refuse certain bookings for the purpose of group events or parties, which include pre-wedding stag/bachelor and hen/bachelorette parties.
- Registered guests are the only ones allowed in guestrooms.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Hotel Millenni4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Room was clean but unfortunately our fridge didn't work, neither did the hairdryer in the bathroom and the wall socket the TV was plugged into made a crackling noise when touched so we didn't even bother trying to get the TV to work. There was a kettle for making hot drinks along with two cups, two tea bags and two sachets of sugar, on going to reception to ask for some milk we were directed to a nearby supermarket. The following day at about 16.00 we attempted to buy a bottle of wine from the bar only to be told the bar was closed and again directed to the local supermarket.
4 stars?!?!? For what? For a room that is equal with a house for dogs? You don’t have space to put your luggage bag, you sleep like in a small box. The closed window “provide” us a lot of air (in december was perfect...not), people smoked outside of their rooms but in ours we felt all the smell! Wireless?!?! A very good joke! We had only some hours from 6 days! This hotel is a big, big JOKE!!
I booked and got a voucher for a 96 hour ticket valid on the local transport TMB (metro, buses, trams and mountain railway). I had planned to take the metro into town but got a message from TMB (good service!) telling me to take bus 46 to Placa Espanya because the metro stations at the Barcelona Airport El Prat de Llobregat, was closed on my arrival day. Well, there was no queue at the ticket machines by the metro entrance, where I had to enter by hand the long EAN number to get my prepaid ticket. It was quite easy but do remember to choose your preferred language. I got off the bus at the end stop and had to walk back a little bit to Placa Espanya to find green metro line 3 for a two stop ride to Paral.lel metro station. Walk to the back end of the train to get out at Ronda de Sant Pau. Look for Hotel Barcelona and cross Paral.lel street if needed. Walk up to the nearest busy street Ronda de Sant Pau that leeds off at an angle. (Do not mistake the street for the small alley Carrer de Sant Pau!) Pass the kiosk and you will find the hotel at the next corner after a two minute walk (150 m). In big cities like Barcelona I tend to look for a hotel a bit away from the high priced hotels in the very city centre but close to local transport. I chose Hotel Garbi Millenni Barcelona that is situated close to lower station of the mountain railway and two underground lines 2 and 3 at . When you travel do remember to look for the end station in the direction you want to travel. If you go two stations on the green line 3 in direction Zona Universitária you find yourself back at Placa Espanya and if you look up the nearby hill you can see the National Art Museum. When you travel in the opposite direction for three stops you’ll find yourself at the top of the famous street and meeting point La Rambla at Placa de Cataunya. Take the mountain railway from the Paral.lel metro station to the upper station and walk up the Avinguda (Avenue) de Miramar for 5 minutes (300 m) and you will find the Miró Museum (Fundació Joan Miró) on the right. I got a room with a double bed at the end of the corridor on the fifth floor facing to the back and the yard of a school which was fine with me. The room was nice and quiet during the night. I heard the school kids playing one afternoon when I stayed in but it did not bother me as the window was closed. The room was equipped with a writing table with an easy chair, two sockets and another two close by. There was a bedside table with telephone, a luggage rack, a laptop sized safety box installed at good level. The bracket lamps on both sides of the bed did not give sufficient light for reading in bed but the spotlights overhead worked fine. The free Wi-Fi worked fine. The internet in the business centre in the cellar did not work when I wanted to print my boarding card for my flight home so the kind receptionist let me use the hotel computer. The bathroom featured a bath tub with shower, a wall mounted hair drier, a shaving/make up mirror and another telephone. The breakfast room next to the reception was airy and light having windows to the alley outside. The breakfast was good for the price I paid but could have given some more choices in bread and muesli considering the standard of the hotel. Apart from the cold buffet you’ll find hot stuff: scrambled eggs, bacon and sausages. I recommend Hotel Garbi Millenni for good location, an affordable price and excellent service in both breakfast room and reception.
We arrived at the Hotel Garbi Millenni last Thursday and was met by friendly polite professional staff. Our room was fantastic, a large room with a balcony - we loved it. The weather was great, the places were great, loved the city , the food and the drink Would highly recommend this hotel, right in the centre and walking distance to La Rambla, Harbour etc. Lots to do and see
My partner and I booked a few days in Barcelona in November, the weather was dry with sunshine with max of a pleasant 17 degrees . Our room was small, and clean with en-suite bathroom , hairdryer and tv and with no English channels and safe . The room suited our needs adequately although I did miss not having a kettle .We had a buffet breakfast included during our stay , there was a variety of both hot and cold food . The hotel is situated within walking distance to buses and bars and restaurants . The hotel has a lovely roof-garden with a hot tub which can be used until 7pm in Winter. We enjoyed our stay at this hotel as it was reasonably priced and fair value . Barcelona itself can be an expensive city but full of beautiful buildings and culture , We would certainly go back to this wonderful city /
I am now getting ready to leave after our 5 night stay at the Hotel Garbi Millenni. We were given room 309 which was immaculate, like all the hotel is. I was worried after reading some reviews on here but I have never stayed in an hotel where there is constantly staff cleaning. We had our free 1hr private session in the jacuzzi which was fantastic after spending all day on our feet sight seeing. La Rambla is just round the corner and the metro is virtually right beside the hotel, so fantastically situated to get round Barcelona to see all the sights. The breakfast was a good range to help yourself to, this was the only place where the hotel let's itself down abit as most mornings we had to clear a table as it didn't seem anyone else was and if they ran out of something, they weren't quick in replacing it, so not always everything to choose from. Apart from that thou I can't recommend this hotel enough, it's a lovely hotel in the perfect situation and we will definitely be staying here again
This hotel has very recently been upgraded by the looks of it, as all of the furniture and fittings felt very new, and very clean. Our room was great, with a big bathroom. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We were in walking distance of some very nice restaurants, as well as the Metro and bus stops, so we could get everywhere we needed quite easily once we figured this out. Breakfast was included, though I didn't have much of it as I wasn't hungry, but all of it looked good. I'm sad that I didn't get a chance to check out the rooftop with jacuzzi, but as we were there for only one night, we were out and about.
When I arrived, building works was unfortunetly going on near enough next door but this did not put us off and we weren't bothered by it. The entrance hall was smaller than pictures made out but again this did not affect our view. We was greeted by a wonderful member of staff who could not do enough for us and was extremely friendly, so was a great first impression. Our room yes was small but a large room was not necessarily needed and it had all the amenities you wanted really (apart from milk and wasn't many tea or sugars left) The fridge was not the greatest but we made use of the sink in the bathroom to chill our beers! Was all clean and tidy. During the day you could hear slight noise but evenings were ok, obviously with the protests they are doing at the moment (they are making lots of noise) there was obviously noise. You can most definetly not hear the metro as I have seen in other reviews and we was right by the front of the hotel. We had a look at the jacuzzi on the rooftop but did not find enough time to use it. Lots of spots near by to see and Las Ramblas was only a short walk and the metro's were amazing and nicely spaced. Be warned that if you ask for a fanta down Las Ramblas, they gave us massive ones and the bill was quite large too! Area feels slightly different but not exactly dodgy. Overall, a great stay and we would most definetly return here and to this hotel. Breakfast could've been a bit better but we still had plenty to eat.
Nice little hotel within walking distance to the water and too the tourist area. Rooms are very small but if your going to Barcelona you shouldn’t be staying in your room for very long anyways. Lots of nice places to eat at in the area and walking distance to both the red and the green hop on hop off bus routes. Breakfast was well worth the price so get the package for that. We walked for hours to rambles street and to the gothic quarter and never felt unsafe. I would stay here again.
Nice hotel and location. Convenient for walking to transport to see sights. Helpful staff regarding area activities. Went above and beyond in sending my cell phone back to US when I left it in room and checked out/caught airline flight. (Had to stay in close contact for the next several weeks, but I did ultimately get it back-which was fantastic! Thank you!)
- Walking distance to Gran Teatre del Liceu and Palau Guell
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Fitness center
Located in Ciutat Vella, Hotel Millenni is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Gran Teatre del Liceu and Palau Guell. This 46-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a fitness center, and a rooftop terrace. Located in central Barcelona, the hotel is also near Palau de la Musica Catalana and Casa Batllo.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. At the end of the day, unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge.
The 46 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, safes, and desks. 21-inch LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers, designer toiletries, and bidets.
Guests staying at Hotel Millenni enjoy a fitness center, 2 spa tubs, and a sauna. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
53% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 375 reviews