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Stayed at the Brustar Centric for four nights. Location was outstanding. 5 minutes walk from the Metro next to the Arc de Triamf so handy for anywhere in Barcelona via the Metro. Ronda Sant Pere is surrounded with your every need. From Tapas Bars ,...More
We liked out room, but it was lowly equipped. There was no mini fridge where to put some food or drink, walls were like paper and we had really loud neighbours and we didn't get any contact to reception because our room wasn't actually at...More
BruStar Centric is located in an old building that is not well-maintained. It is pretty dingy looking when first walking in and then taking the ancient elevator to the second floor where the hotel check-in is. Hotel staff is pleasant and English-speaking though.
I had booked for Brustar Gothic, the sister hotel over the road, and at first was a little put out that we would be staying at the Centric. I think if you book the larger room on Booking.com etc then you end up at the...More
I've stayed in a lot worse!
The finishing touches have never been applied, I stayed in room 6, the plug socket for the TV is hanging from the wall, as is the toilet light fitting.
The bed is propped up on 4 upturned bedside cabinets,...More
US$119 - US$603 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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