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All reviewshotel marviexcellent locationbig room and bathroommetro stationfirst floorla ramblagreat transport linksimmediate vicinitywould stay againminute walkfive nightscleaned every daytea and coffee making facilitiesstayed here for one nightbarcelona airportstar hotelthe wi fi
We stayed at the Hotel Marvi for one week, unfortunately we were not told about the renovations were being done, so we had no internet connection for the first four days, the kitchen was closed, which meant no meals, and on the last morning we...More
When I first saw the entrance, I was put off because it looks old. Reception is on the first floor, they were friendly but a bit awkward at times. The elevator is a bit noisy. The hotel location is excellent. Few minutes from plaza catalunya...More
It is a 2* hotel, but I would say that it is better than this. Our room was big and clean, unfortunately the window was on a "blind" side, hence not airy, however, the advantage was to be so quite and there was no noise...More
The Hotel Marvi is a basic hotel , the room we were in was basic, small television, but totally functional, it was clean and tidy , and the staff did a very good job to keep it that way,the WI-FI was also very good. It...More
This hotel was chosen for it's ideal position for sightseeing etc. It was a bit of a budget holiday so we chose 2* accommodation - HOWEVER, with a security entry system and a 24 hour reception, maid service every day and free wifi everywhere in...More
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.
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The Hotel Marvi wouldn't be walking distance from a cruise ship, especially if you have cases, but it's probably only a 10 minute taxi ride so shouldn't be expensive. We walked to the marina in about 30 mins but the cruise... More
The Hotel Marvi wouldn't be walking distance from a cruise ship, especially if you have cases, but it's probably only a 10 minute taxi ride so shouldn't be expensive. We walked to the marina in about 30 mins but the cruise ships are in a distant part of the harbour.
Hello, I am not a hotel administrator, and I have no idea how much they charge for a taxi pick up. I travelled from Girona airport, and I can tell you a shuttle round trip ticket from Girona airport is about 21euro or so... More
Hello, I am not a hotel administrator, and I have no idea how much they charge for a taxi pick up. I travelled from Girona airport, and I can tell you a shuttle round trip ticket from Girona airport is about 21euro or so. You will come to the bus station (final stop) and it will take you a 2 minute walk to get to metro station which is 3 stops away from Universitat metro station which is in front of the hotel. There will be a shuttle from the airport at that hour, I also came late I remember. If metro is closed you may take a taxi from the bus station to the hotel, it will cost you about 8 euro + tips. Enjoy your trip, Barcelona is so wonderful!