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Once a downtrodden corner of downtown Barcelona, this gritty area has seen a cultural resurgence boasting an excellent nightlife and one of the most multi ethnic spots in the entire city. A sense of humble authenticity protrudes from the many independent record stores, second hand shops, and student bars that seem to light up the streets day and night. The rocking epicenter, the MACBA Plaça, is a modern day forum for bohemian youth, abuzz with the sights and sounds of late-night gatherings and talented skateboarders showing off their latest tricks.
All reviews las ramblas beautiful hotel side street rooftop bar sant pau liceu metro station deluxe room perfect location plunge pool mini bar la boqueria gothic quarter small pool rooms are modern top floor tapas street noise
Myself and my sister stayed last weekend for two nights. The hotel is very modern and chic. Our room was lovely and had everything we needed. There was an issue with a dirty toilet on arrival but this was dealt with and we were given...More
Want a great hotel, reception are really friendly speak good English . Rooms are comfy and very chic. Great shower too we were in room 314 opposite the drop above the restaurant . If you not good with heights maybe not a good idea in...More
Stayed 2 nights, enough to know we will return. Staff was most welcoming and professional, Bar/Restaurant offerings more than satisfactory, especially roof-top drinks and snacks so tempting on a lovely autumn evening, and extensive and excellent Buffet Breakfast on ground floor.
Room a bit small...More
Upon checking out, we left our luggage with front desk. Luckily we were just hanging out nearby as we found someone was walking out of the hotel with our luggage!!!
Hotel does not take proper precaution and also takes no responsibility.
Also room sizes vary...More
Just off the famous Ramblas and next to the opera house, this hotel offers so much character on the ground floor but regrettably the room(s) bring the experience down somewhat. The rooms are ok, decidedly 4*, which this is, but on the verge of being...More
As another correspondent says, it is around 15 minutes from the hotel to the main cruise port, depending on traffic. But do check which port your cruise line uses. I know Seabourn moors closer to the city centre. The... More
As another correspondent says, it is around 15 minutes from the hotel to the main cruise port, depending on traffic. But do check which port your cruise line uses. I know Seabourn moors closer to the city centre. The English spoken in the hotel is excellent and they can call a taxi for you.
There's no parking at the hotel as far as we could see but the hotel could possibly advise where parking could be permitted, I would think because of the narrow streets that this would be some minutes walk away, sorry to be... More
There's no parking at the hotel as far as we could see but the hotel could possibly advise where parking could be permitted, I would think because of the narrow streets that this would be some minutes walk away, sorry to be of limited help but you've the Rambles one way and the very old quarter the other.