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Pros: Good value close to a Metro stop.
Cons: Location is next to hospital with loud sirens at night, especially a weekend night.
Cons: Hot water will run out during peak hour usage.
Cons: My husband and I do not speak Spanish, and asked one...More
Took my Teenage son for the weekend, I had been before and had loved it. Th emain feature was a Barcelona Home Win. The hotel was exceedingly clean and was to a very high standard. There was minibar in room (take the drinks out put...More
Easy access to the train station (by bus or metro and even on foot) and from there to the airport. There was construction going on on the floor above me so it was noisy during the day. Otherwise the hotel was clean and the room...More
The hotel is undergoing a renovation at the moment, the restaurant is being rebuilt, so maybe this review should be considered against future ones when the renovation is complete.
We arranged for transport from the airport and even though we were delayed quite a long...More
+ves: central, cheap, pool, helpful staff.
-ves: very noisy with ambulances turning up at the hospital next door all night with sirens blaring; located by bus stop and traffic lights there is no peace and quiet all night from traffic stop/starting and buses disgorging passengers....More
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