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I had high expectations of this after finding it in Style Europe. But to be honest was very average. The reception staff didn't exactly start off very well. When I arrived I had to leave my car badly parked and I asked the man at...More
Stayed at shis hotel for 3 nights
Very nice helpfull staf and very friendly.
Very clean room and big shower
nice airco and plasma tv .
safe in the room and bottles of drinkwater in de corridor for guests for free!!!!!
I will come here...More
We've just got back from the Banys Orientals, having booked following reviews we had read on this site. We booked direct by e-mail, and they were very efficient and answered questions promptly in English. We felt that the room price was excellent value.
We were recommended this hotel by a friend and booked through the hotel directly. The hotel is in an ideal location and within walking distance of the beach and La Rambla and Placa Catalanya where we caught the Bus Touristic. The welcome pack in the...More
The labyrinth that is El Born becomes most apparent the moment you turn down one of its side streets. But this is one of the few labyrinths you might actually enjoy losing your way in. After all, there are few places that live and breathe such exciting energy regardless of the time of day. This neighborhood seamlessly transcends the old and new parts of the city, reflected in its vast array of restaurants
ranging from fancy Michelin-star establishments to trendy fusion restaurants. Here you'll find historical and cultural attractions such as the popular Picasso Museum and the Gothic cathedral La Santa Maria del Mar, where you just might be able to catch a traditional Catalan wedding.
Response from MOLLYNOMAR | Reviewed this property |
I do not know if there is parking affiliated with the hotel but it is in a small pedestrian friendly neighborhood. I do not recall seeing any parking garages. I do not see any benefit to having a car in the city. The public... More
I do not know if there is parking affiliated with the hotel but it is in a small pedestrian friendly neighborhood. I do not recall seeing any parking garages. I do not see any benefit to having a car in the city. The public transportation is so cheap and easy. We rented a car for day trips to Figueres and cadaques. We picked it up at the train station. There is ample parking at the train station and it was an easy transfer from the stop near our hotel
Response from Redlipstick66 | Reviewed this property |
Breakfast is provided at the hotel. You won't be stuck for great places to eat nearby. Adjoining the hotel is a great restaurant called Senor Parallada. The paella is renowned. Go into the winding side streets for excellent... More
Breakfast is provided at the hotel. You won't be stuck for great places to eat nearby. Adjoining the hotel is a great restaurant called Senor Parallada. The paella is renowned. Go into the winding side streets for excellent tapas spots. El Xampanyet is an amazing, lively and authentic bar with great tapas. Just around the corner from the hotel. It's v cramped, but that's part of its appeal. There are some lovely restaurants in Barceloneta/overlooking the beach and Can Culleretes is well worth it (second oldest restaurant in Spain). It's an easy walk from the hotel. I avoid the rash of Galician restaurants that've sprung up as they're not authentic Catalan and can be over priced. These are the ones serving what look like tapas on bits of bread. Just a personal choice. Enjoy!