We spent only 2 nights and we liked it very much!We arrived to the Estacio del Nord bus station, took the metro Arc de Triomf (L1 red) with stop at Catalunya, from there we took L6 with exit at Gracia. We mostly walked to the city centre (through Car.de Balmes up to Pas. de Gracia) and Sagrada Familia (along the Av.Diagonal) which took us appr. 30minutes to get there. What we did not like was the marking of the street - the signs are white and barely to see, you must take a good look. The hotel was very good, nice breakfast and facilities, we enjoyed the terrace at the night, unfortunately no english channels on TV. There is a shop right next to the hotel so you can buy some water for trips which costs much more in the city. The room and bath was clean and comfortable, little problem with regulating the temperature of water. We found this Hotel on the internet because of its great reviews and we also recommend this hotel to other visitors of the city!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Catalonia Barcelona Golf, located in the commercial area of the city and just a few steps away from the Gracia neighborhood, offers a golf court and 36 fully equipped rooms for your stay in Barcelona to be perfect. In the hotel, which also has free Wi-Fi connection, you will be able to enjoy its terrace and its chill-out area. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Catalonia Barcelona Golf