Hotel Front Maritim

Address: Passeig Garcia Faria 69-71, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08019, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Diagonal Mar i el Front Maritim del Poblenou area of Barcelona, is near Els Encants, Barcelona Glories, Parc del Forum, and Icaria Yelmo Cineplex.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Front Maritim Barcelona

      Ola

      from

      Such a nice hotel with beatiful beach up front ,very generous open breakfast buffet.Not very far to the city center and good for to rest at night instead of staying in noisy street hotels.Helpful and very professional hotel employees ease your stay.In addition to these you may have a free soda a some fruits as complementary any time.Moreover in the afternoon have your coctail or whisky with snacks in the lobby area as another complementary offer.If you dont believe me go and stay there..

      Ac front maritim

      from

      Hotel was okay, decor nice, but this hotel still had plenty of problems. It does have nice extras like free bottled water on the floors (we never saw any fruit though) and free internet access.

      However one of the computers was broken the entire week we were there.

      They do have free sodas, coffee, etc. in the afternoon but that is when most people are out sightseeing so if you want a soda in the early evening you have to pay for it. The staff were friendly but told us the wrong train station (and I asked her twice to make sure) for our day trip to tarragona so that wasted about an 1 1/2 of our day. One the first morning we needed toliet paper and an extra towel and called down 3 times and they never brought any up, we finally had to flag down a maid in the hall. The rooms were spotless until the last night when there was what appeared to be a blood stain on the sheet and they didn't seem to concerned about it and I got new sheets and had to change the bed myself. Also the main annoyance was that there was no clock in the room! Not on the tv, phone or anywhere else! Also only one mirror in the room in the bathroom over the sink so if you are sharing a room it can take longer in the morning as you can't put on makeup, do hair or get dressed while someone is in the bathroom.

      Nice!

      from

      Here are some facts from our easter break in this hotel:

      First the bad ones: 1) For some reason they didn't have any fruit - as they advertized with... hmmm..

      2) The wood and the marple is laminate and print...

      ..and then all the good ones: 3) It didn't really matter with the missing fruit, cause you could just bring some, from the very rich breakfast buffet. Who said they don't serve proper breakfast buffet's in Spain? They do here!

      4) Who cares if it's laminate... it's clean and everything is working according to the plan - and you get nice smiles and a friendly atmosphere :-)

      5) Great idea with the free coffee shop in the afternoon. And absolutely wonderful to have bottled water free of charge - on every floor. This saved us the usual trip to the market, to get water...and avoid paying hotel prices for water!

      6) Great location. Just so far away from the city centre that you can actually enjoy the silence. There is a lot of construction work in the area - so my guess is that this area will be populated to the max in just a few years.

      Perfect hotel

      from

      Went to Barcelona for 3 days and stayed at Front Maritim. The hotel is situated outside the city centre, at the seaside, in a "new" neighborhood, which was a bit boring, but the nearby metro (safe) will take you to the city within 10 minutes, so we really enjoyed waking up to views of the Mediterranean Sea every morning. We had our room upgraded to business and had the only room with floor to ceiling windows - very beautiful furniture and a lot of "extras" in the bathroom - makeup remover, nail polish remover, toothbrush and so on - all the little things that you always forget. A nice touch. Outside the rooms we found refrigerated water and fruit free of charge and every afternoon there is a coffeeshop with coffee, tea, soft drinks, spirits and snacks also free of charge. I do not have one single complaint about the hotel, the staff, the delicious breakfast buffet - it was all perfect - I would recommend it to everyone wishing a quiet night after a busy day of shopping, dining and sightseeing in Barcelona. I would love to come back.

      Off the main track but fine hotel

      from

      My Girlfriend and I stayed at the Maritim for a weekend in October.

      Arrived by cab from the airport ( 25 euros ) , the cab driver had no clue where the hotel was and drove us to wrong hotel at at first. I suggest taking a very clear map to show the driver or tell him its near "Selva De Mar" ( the nearest Metro station). The hotel staff are very helpful and spoke excellent English. The room itself a little smaller than expected but very well appointed. Breakfast was very good and was the evening meal. I would suggest using the Metro at all opportunitys.

      Quick, frequent and goes everywhere. The local station is a few blocks away from the hotel but safe even at night. Overall a little of the beaten track but very good hotel

      Great for a beach and city base

      from

      My Partner and I arrived at this hotel (after a 25 Euro taxi ride from the Airport 20 mins at 6pm) to be greeted very warmly at reception and given our room keys.

      The Hotel is situated opposite the beach accross a bridge to get there , the beach itself is superb and clean with great facilities to rival any costa resort. There is a bus stop with a bus every 6 mins throughout the day into the centre of the city and very good value for money at 70p each way, it takes about 10 mins to the centre. So location wise you are in easy reach without all the noise of the centre.

      The Reception area is very bright and modern using amixture of Cream coloured walls with dark wood and metallics that blend together to give a warm , clean feeling.

      The Room Similar style of decor to the reception area with wood floors and white bed linen which includes 4 pillows which is an exceptionally good thing as most hotels are a bit cheap on those.Air conditioning is standard in every room as is Satellite TV. The rooms are quite spacious and some have a view but ours was a ground floor room. The bathroom had a power shower, sink and was furnished in green glass and white enamel.

      The beds were very comfortable and very clean linen. There was only one downside which was no tea and coffee making facilities. However on every floor there was a fridge offering fresh fruit and bottled water for free both carbonated and still, that was really a great idea.

      The Restaurant. A buffet breakfast is offered in the spacious dining area that included hot dishes, scrambled eggs, bacon and sausages. Cold dishes included Tortilla, hams cold meats , tomatoes, cucumber, peaches, apples pears, yoghurts, cereals and loads of tea or coffee, for those with allergies Soya milk and rice breads were available, nice touch. The Staff were absolutely superb

      The Lounge Area this has comfortable seating , daily newspapers in spanish , english, german etc and free coffee and tea in the afternoon.

      Internet access is also available at 6 Euros per hour.

      The Gym This has a range of exercise machines with showers and a Sauna too.

      The Staff What a really pleasant and helpful group of people I cannot recommend them any more than to say perfect.

      Overall Go To Barcelona stay here you will not be disappointed

      Modern hotel, ideal for an extended city break.

      from

      This modern, friendly hotel is ideally situated if you are planning to spend more than a weekend in this great city. Its located just across the road from the beach, so is ideal if you wish to end a busy day's sightseeing by relaxing on the sand or taking a swim.

      The nearest metro station is about 10 minutes walk away and is very easy to negotiate. Grab yourself a T-10 ticket and head into the city to visit the magnificent buildings, art galleries and shops.

      If you plan to take a taxi to the hotel, make sure you remember the name of the road on which the hotel sits as not all of the drivers know exactly where it is!

      All in all a great hotel. Clean, bright, well appointed rooms and excellent buffet breakfasts await you. The free water and fruit available on all floors is a nice touch, especially when the sun is shining outside.

      Fine Hotel

      from

      We traveled to Barcelona in Feb. 2003 and stayed at the AC Hotel Front Maritim and thought it was great. The staff was very helpful and the amenities are nice. It is great to have the complimentary water (with carbonation and without) as well as the daily fruit available. A hidden jewel was the soft drinks, sandwiches and mixed drinks also available free of charge through the afternoon. Rooms were austere but clean and functional. I'd stay there again. Just be sure to write the name down.

      The taxis at the airport were not that familiar with it.

      Not One Complaint

      from

      Visited March, 2003. Not one complaint. Very clean; housekeeping did an excellent job. Hotel staff very pleasant and helpful. European buffet continental breakfast well worth it & afternoon coffee/tea/soda/spirits services in hotel lounge a nice touch. Approximately three blocks to subway (safe) and depending upon your itinerary, 5 or 6 stops until you reach the inner City of Barcelona.

      First class

      from

      Stayed there summer 01. Off the path a little but right across from the ocean and close to the subway. Very trendy inside. Staff very helpful.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Front Maritim Barcelona

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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