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Rating: 5.0 Stars

W Barcelona

Plaça Rosa dels Vents, 1, Barcelona - Map
"Glitz and Glamour "
Well looked after straight away on check in made very welcome! Upgraded to a wonderful room which was very wonderful! Amenities, cleanliness, staff, atmosphere all 5 star! We hope to come back again! This hotel is a must for Barcelona!!
Traveller from m
Hotel Barcelona Universal - Barcelona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Barcelona Universal

Del Paral.lel, Del 76-78, Barcelona - Map
"Nice hotel -great location"
Nice hotel with metro access outside front door. Walking distance to the Ramblas. Very friendly helpful front desk staff. Modern large rooms with laminate flooring. Close to many restaurants. Fast free wi-fi.
Traveller from Vancouver
Barceló Raval - Barcelona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Barceló Raval

Rambla del Raval, 17-21, Barcelona - Map
"Excellent location and roof top bar"
We stayed for a business trip and tagged a couple of days holiday on the end. This hotel is excellently located in a lovely tree lined street, close to all the major attractions. The 360 degree bar gives excellent views of Barcelona.
Traveller from UK
Silken Gran Hotel Havana - Barcelona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Silken Gran Hotel Havana

Gran Via de Les Corts Catalanes, 647, Barcelona - Map
"Good hotel close to main attractions."
Silken Gran Hotel offered us a warm welcome and comfort. The breakfast was great and well worth the extra charge. Swimming pool was somewhat oversold as really small but on a fab rooftop terrace. The option to upgrade for just 5 euros per night gave us a constant supply of fresh coffee, croissants and fruit. I would definitely return to this hotel which was brilliantly located for Las Ramblas and Place Catalunya.
A Traveller
Hotel 1898 - Barcelona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel 1898

La Rambla, 109; (entrance on the street, Barcelona - Map
"Excellent Hotel - Central Location"
Barcelona is a beautiful city full of colour and wonder. From the fantastic Gaudi architecture to the beautiful Port Vell waterfront harbour there is something for everyone and on all budgets. The locals are friendly and our visit in November was rewarded with glorious sunshine. A great variety of eating establishments to suit all budgets. Booking beforehand to get into some of the tourist attractions is recommended e.g La Sagrada Familia otherwise you can queue for hours for tickets. The hop-on, hop-off buses give you great opportunity to see the city and deciding what to get off and see as you travel the routes offered. In the evenings the buildings, fountains etc. are lit up and very striking and we felt safe walking along La Rambla.
Traveller from Aberdeenshire
H10 Cubik - Barcelona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

H10 Cubik

Via Laietana, 69, Barcelona - Map
Arc la Rambla - Barcelona Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Arc la Rambla

La Rambla 19, Barcelona - Map
"Great location, size, affordable and clean"
We arrived earlier than the check in time but were able to leave our luggage in the hotel (They have big lockers for $2 euros) and during that free time we did the hop on/hop off bus which has one of the stops couple block down next to the marina. At the reception desk they were able to give us information and maps. The hotel is located near the beginning of the famous las Ramblas, couple steps from the subway and also la boqueira market, gothic neighborhood, so it is perfect if you just want to walk around. The hotel is currently under renovation so you may hear some noise during the day, but at night is very quiet although i read here that some rooms you were able to hear the noise from the street. Our room was super new and clean, quiet and the standard suite was the perfect size since we were only there to sleep. The bathroom has little toiletries, hair dryer... The whole hotel has wi-fi and 2 computer downstairs free to use. The hotel does not have a restaurant but they do serve breakfast for $11 euros, offering great variety of breads, pastries. fruits, cereal etc. There is a restaurant next door that connects to the hotel but it's not part of it . It has tables on the sidewalk but it was a little expensive. There are lots of other restaurant options in the same street, and the for lunch you can walk to the La Boqueira market to see a variety of options for lunch like empanadas, fruit cups, nuts even chinese.. I think it is a great deal and would stay there again.
Traveller from Miami
Hotel Duquesa de Cardona - Barcelona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Duquesa de Cardona

Passeig de Colom, 12, Barcelona - Map
"Hotel did everything well."
Hotel's location was perfect. We could see the water and marina but was only a few minute walk to the heart of town. Room was very spacious and modern.
A Traveller
Barcelona Airport Hotel - El Prat de Llobregat Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Barcelona Airport Hotel

Plaza de la Volateria, 3, El Prat de Llobregat - Map
"Very nice airport hotel with a free shuttle bus. "
Stayed overnight enroute home. Quiet, clean, and Very nice. Would definitely return
Traveller from canada
Royal Ramblas - Barcelona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Royal Ramblas

La Rambla, 117, Barcelona - Map
"Very nice Hotel well located!"
We had grate time at the hotel and on our visit in Barcelona.
Traveller from Israel

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