Feb 28 - Feb 29
Fantastic location with great view of the port from the suite. The family suite was clean, comfortable and spacious,more like an apartment than a hotel suite. Las Ramblas, Gothic quarter and many other walking areas and attractions a short walk away.
Feb 27 - Feb 28
Great service and friendly staff! We enjoyed our stay.
Feb 24 - Feb 25
We had nice time. The rooms overlooking the Mediterranean Sea are fantastic. You can shop in the hotel's market and have a fantastic dinner in your balcony. We were there beginning of the month of October . Weather was perfect.
Mar 3 - Mar 4
Close to the beach and metro station. In room was cold and not dry.. cleaning was bad..
Feb 24 - Feb 25
Rooms were just as described, with wonderful direct views of the ocean. The staff was friendly, spoke both english and german fluently. One of the kitchen cabinet‘s door was broken, but it seemed trivial compared to all else. Breakfadt was outstanding. Dinner was good. I recommend this place.,
Mar 1 - Mar 2
Great location, great staff, free airport shuttle was great
Feb 22 - Feb 23
Mar 10 - Mar 11
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