The lovely rooftop bar/terrace/breakfast room, all decked out in luscious green foliage, really made this for us. It was a wonderful place to start the day with panoramic views of Barcelona, and was so pretty at night with the torquoise water of the little illuminated pool. The bedroom was a slightly quirky layout but it was quiet, the mattress was one of the most comfortable we've ever had in a hotel, and room servicing went above and beyond. In our view the Cram's location is perfect for exploring the city. We headed out on foot in a different direction every day and covered an incredible amount over four days. We'd go back in a heartbeat.
We have just returned home from a 3 night stay at Hotel Cram, where we had an excellent stay. The rooftop bar is really cool and was a great place to chill with a beer. The staff were all really friendly and helpful and the rooms were kept impeccably clean. The one thing that was missing was tea and coffee making facilities in the room, maybe a nespresso machine or even a kettle.
I am a frequent traveller, now came by train from Madrid for a 4 night stay at Cram Hotel. This hotel has no Positive Vibs at all: 1. No reaction for my kind request for a nice quiet room on the higher floor since it is a romantic anniversary trip with my fiancé. The recent example is the broken button in the toilet which resulted that we had to change the room for a 1 night. The toilet button has been fixed (thanks to nice reception guy!) although nobody even said We are sorry for that inconvenience It is a cold place , where you are anonymous “Client”, so do not expect any warm emotional here (contrary to boutique hotels)
Good hotel. Rooms are good, showers are amazing. No Tea or Coffee facilities on the room. Breakfast was satisfactory. Stayed there for 3 nights. It was comfortable enough and close to the centre. Everything was within easy reach…Staff are very friendly and helpful.
I had originally booked Hotel Well & Come, but unfortunately on the morning of my booking they cancelled say that the floor my room was on is flooded. Consequently I booked a couple of nights at Hotel Cram. I’m so pleased I did. It’s a wonderful hotel. Very cool. Very Chic. Ideal location to get around, friendly staff, lovely room. It was so good I extended my stay in Barcelona by 3 nights. I will definitely return.
The equipment in our cramped room was poor. Old furniture. Damp-filled on the bathroom walls. We had no hot water. Reception staff not friendly especially guy on the night shift Luis who shouldn't work in a place like the hotel. Rooftop is boring. Not 4 star hotel and too expensive.
I stayed three nights at the Cram for a board meeting; I had stayed there before many years ago and had liked the design and a few other features. The price seemed good, and it was, as well as the location in just the area you want to be when in Barcelona. The Cram is, inside, a strong retro-1970s design (outside classical Eixample), but the problem is that such modernism goes to seed very quickly if it is not perfectly kept up, whereas e.g. late-19th c. Victorianism can fade gracefully. While I would still call the hotel four-star, it clearly hasn't maintained its level inside, but I have to say I still enjoy it, including the quirky light design. I also liked the bathroom condiments, especially bath foam and shampoo; the bathroom itself was also somewhat dated but spacious and comfortable. What makes me give it just three stars are the really bad (and not fixed) quality of the WiFi and the somewhat rough, old aircon; these are features not acceptable in 2021 anymore. Service by the reception was very friendly and competent. Room service was okay, although a paper bag with old pizza cartons in the hallway when I arrived from dinner one night was still there in the late morning when I left. The pool on the roof is basically a dipping pool, and when I wanted to use breakfast once as I was up early, there was no preparation done yet, nor was any staffer around (this was almost an hour after official beginning). I might actually be back, even if it doesn't sound like this; if I'd chose another hotel, it would be because of the Internet, which is really an issue these days, especially in a digitally advanced location such as Barcelona.…
Hotel is very well located to coffee shops and restaurants as well as public transport. Rooms are a bit dated and small but fine for a short stay. Overall the hotel was quite and pleasant. Would stay there again.
Receptionist of night shift Louis was a rude guy. We arrived to this hotel at night and we were very tired then. He made us fast check in and next he was trying to convince us to buy some tourist bus tickets. The unique thing we were thinking about then was a bed, so we said - no thanks. But Louis was still insisting to sell us bus tickets. Finally we went to our room.
One of the worst hotel experiences in my life. The room was quite fine, although the furniture seems a bit outworned. The lightning system is a bit confusing and in our room some of the lights were blinking. The MAIN ISSUE was that the whole hotel was under construction, which was not mentioned when we were booking the room. The first thing to see in the morning was not the Barcelona’s streetview, but a builder standing on a scaffolding. We could not get a normal sleep and a cozy morning, because from early morning the builders started hammering all around the hotel. The hotel staff kindly accepted to change our room to a lower floor (because at first, the hammering sound was coming from above us), but as we settled in our room, after some time the workers started hammering outside our window, then the sound started coming again from above us. In our new room, the hairdryer sounds like a chainsaw. Moreover, there was no option to open the window na dthe ventilating system is old fashioned and works really bad. Then we again went to the reception and complained about our issue. The lady said that tomorrow it wont happen, because it is Saturday. Well, guess... Another and last day in the construction site. I do not recommend this hotel because of its lack of ability to manage certain issues. In case you want to restore the hotel, first you shut it down -> restore -> open again. Or at least let your custumers know where are they going. A hotel like this. P.S. My girlfriend had rashes in the morning and we assume that it was mites in a mattress.…
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