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There is no need to pay to visit the observation deck at this tower as the views from the nearby Sagrat Cor are the same height and are free. This is an enormous structure but I'm not sure I'd like to live in the houses down the road from it as it's a bit of an eyesore. It's just a...
We used the Metro in Barcelona a few times during our week-long stay there and found it quite efficient. It is quite cheap, the carriages are clean and the stations are also clean and easy to navigate.
If you are exhausted from a busy travel itinerary then it is time to stop and smell the roses. This is a great place to do that. There are lots of beautiful plants and flowers, local people enjoying the beautiful weather, people playing with their dogs and kids. A calming place to relax.
$$ - $$$ • Mediterranean, Spanish, Catalan, European
"Sofisticated market cuisine, but too expensive."
reviewed 21 May 2019 by Antoni1954
This a pleasant place to try sofisticated and complex dishes of the catalan cuisine. Tastes are complex and the mix of flavours is amazing. If you want this, then it is the right place. The only inconvenient is that the place is a bit expensive for the sort and quantity of food served.
We ate here with 2 and took the menu. Every single dish was delicious, prepared with care and presented in a beautiful way.
The different flavours matched perfectly. The waiters were very friendly. We were recommended a nice bottle of Catalonian wine which matched great with the food.
The hotel is in excellent conditions and is located in a good area, although away from the city centre. I have not tried the breakfast. The restaurant has a good range of choices.
The only downside is that the gym opens at 8am what makes difficult to anyone travelling for work to be able to use it.
I stayed at the Eurostars Anglo Hotel around 2013. At the time it was super modern and edgy. Today it’s not that edgy or modern but is still a good hotel. Near Sarriá metro station and lots of shops and restaurants. Not so much comfy bed. Good bathroom amenities.
Stayed here for two nights and it was great. The hotels basic but really clean and looks as though it’s just been renovated. There was a bit of noise to be heard but we were able to sleep through it. The staff were really helpful when helping us to get around. Close to the metro which is great and we...
"Dont think hotel, think rented room with part time staff."
reviewed 9 July 2019 by Josh J
I was here for 4 nights.
Initially when I arrived at the hotel via cab at approx 10 pm from the airport I was unable to gain access as I needed a door code to enter the property- the hotel was not staffed.
Thankfully the cab driver saw my panic and called and spoke to the hotel head office. My...