Super sketchy building. Looks like a government building with offices and random hotel rooms. Not to mention the elevator is terrifying when you step in it feels like it’s going to break.
Small, but I am used to hotels without excessive space (American style) I was disappointed in how un-gay it was--there were actually more straight couple in sight that gays. The staff was wonderful--lobby design was a cross between Divinie and German expressionism, but funky. Typical European breakfast, ...
Lots to do, nice bar and food. Rooms good and clean. Negatives - no commuinication in how shuttle looks, needed to take cab. This was the point of booking this hotel! Going to airport was easy. Doors slamming all through night.
Parking lot is small , area is dangerous:, air conditioned could not be adjusted and the breakfast was awful ended up eating out
Clean and closed to la familia sagrada, I wanted to use the washer machine but when I opened it has putrid water and I rinsed it but still had a terrible smell.
Enjoyed the modern apartment although front staff not very helpful and AC not that great convenient grocery store across the street as well as shops and cafes Great location
Beautiful hotel, very charming. The garden is very enjoyable and relaxing. Breakfasts have a good variety of tasty choices. Only problem was they seemed to have trouble finding enough spoons. Just off the Boqueria, it is very easy to get to the markets and other locations. Mauro is an excellent host, ...
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Traveling from Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington Intl. Thurgood Marshall) to Barcelona (BCN-Barcelona Intl.) means you're going to have to switch planes. But hey — it's not all doom and gloom. American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia offer flights with a single stopover.
From Baltimore, the unique sights and sounds of Barcelona are around 8 hours and 29 minutes away. Lock in your favorite seat, or maybe even upgrade to one with extra legroom, and fly to your destination in total comfort.
From BWI to BCN, you'll be airborne for an average of 9 hours. Entertain yourself during the long ride by watching back-to-back movies, organizing your photo library or listening to some podcasts. Don't forget to move about every so often.
You'll need to make at least one stopover if you're on your way from Baltimore to Barcelona. Right now, you won't find any airlines that offer direct flights on this route.