Stayed here three nights in April 2015. Lovely hotel with a modern room and great facilities. Two pools - third floor and roof although both are open air. They are small so not many loungers, and narrow due to design fo hotel, but are an excellent temperture and have great views. Hotel is at the start of Avenue Diagonal, so is quite a way from the city centre. However, the metro line is just a couple of blocks away so it is easy to get everywhere and the metro system is good, with trains every 3 to 5 minutes depending on the time of day. Allow 30 - 40 minutes to get to the main sites if travelling by metro as some of the walks between the lines at the stations can be long. Hotel is just a five minute walk to the start of the beach - and it is a great beach, long, wide and clean. Barcelona itself is a fantastic city with lots to see and do and should be on everyone's list of must see cities.
Hotel was all that we could expect and more. It us a bit further from the beach than we expected but very close to trams and metro so no real difficulties in getting around. Hotel staff were friendly and efficient. We did not eat in the hotel but restaurant looked nice. Bedroom was lovely although there was a bit of a building site that we looked onto. No real problems with noise or dust though.
Staff very friendly and helpful, apartment was very clean and comfortable. There are no restaurant or bar facilities at the 'hotel' but there are a selection of restaurants, bars and shops nearby.. The Metro, bus stops and city hop on-off bus are all close by. There is a sandy beach just across the road and the Olympic port with restaurants and harbour are about a 20 minute walk away along the sea front.
This hotel is full of funky and colourful art. But it isn't just nice to look at. The size and comfort of our room was fantastic, and it was so clean. We even bought some of the hotel's own room fragrance, because reception smelled so good!
The hotel is in a quiet area of Barcelona, which feels safe and got us away from the bustle of the city. We had a metro pass that covered the duration of our stay. Most of the places we visited were a 20 minute metro ride away, which was fine for us.
Breakfast was pretty good. The dining room is lovely and sunny and there's a good selection of cooked food, cereal, juice, pastries, fruit, cold meat and cheese.
The staff were mostly good but weren't always that attentive. No major complaints though.
Cocktail bar is excellent, although we didn't try treatments in spa the pool and steam and sauna rooms were lovely. Jacuzzi pool need a bit of updating but still enjoyable. They give special offers too. We loved the surrounding areas and the restaurant of the hotel was excellent with amazing breakfast if you pay for it which wasn't expensive compare what they offer. Close to transport links or just stay close by to walk to the beach. Unfortunately some ugly unfinished building covering the view of the hotel however once you inside you forget It all. We loved it.
An unreal spot for summer. Very close to the beach. Th breakfast was pricey but worth it as they had lots of options. About a 15 minute walk to the nearest subway but staff helped us find the way. There's a bunch of little restaurants in the area that sell typical Spanish food. Our room was always so clean anad refreashed with towels. We had a very good stay! I would definately recommend!
Stayed for my wife's birthday away from the bustle of the main streets. Hotel clean, friendly within walking a 10 minute walk of the marina, beaches and restaraunts, clubs and bars. Easy walk along the promenade thaere to La Ramblas and plenty of watering point to drop off at and freshen up. Not expensive, wonderful weather and glorious historic buildings and architecture along the way. Barcelona is hip whether you are 13 or 60. The H10 Marina is off the main drag, but lovely walks to be had around the area.
Occupying the area north of the Old Town, Sant Marti is the modern face of Barcelona. It includes the massive new International Convention Centre and the stunning Vila Olímpica with its Port Olímpic marina, built for the 1992 Olympics. At weekends its beach, restaurant, bars and clubs are hugely popular. Nearby, Parc de la Ciutadella is the city’s favourite green space, home to a zoo, boating lake, greenhouse and three museums.