Hotel Acta Atrium Palace
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It was a bit strange getting up today with no wake call, set breakfast and departure times. I repacked my suitcase (it's amazing how much of a difference reorganizing can make) before heading down to a leisurely breakfast. A few more goodbyes and lots of well wishes then it was time to really head out on my own. Now for the scary part.
I travelled throughout Spain with my mother, stepfather and sister in March 2006, during my Spring break in my second year of law school. Our third stop was Barcelona. It was the most cosmopolitan of all the cities we visited in Spain, but yet it was very unique. The Gaudi artwork and architecture are not to be missed. The highlights of my trip …
... succession before we had finished the charcuterie. A Spanish tortilla, bombas, cod croquettes, and potatoes and chorizo with egg. The Spanish tortilla is pretty much a potato omelet, but it tasted like it was fried in bacon fat making it very salty but still tasty. The bombas are meat and potato meatballs that have been battered and fried. We agreed, that was our favorite. The cod croquettes were oddly covered in a sweet syrup, it reminded me of fish ...
Big entry tonight...Sunday night we ended up walking 7000 steps (according to mums pedometer) looking for somewhere to eat. We ended up at a restaurant where there was a mixture of good and average meals! After dinner the slack ones (Mum, Aunty Maree and Abbey) caught a taxi home. Morgan, Daniel, Rhett and I walked back again...another 7000 steps! All up we figured out we walked about 24km!!! Yesterday started off with breakfast and ...
At 7h30 I am already in front of Casa Batlo. Traffic is picking up, but it is still fairly quite as far as visitors are concerned. Three blocks further up the hill along Passeig deGracia LA Pedrera is another one of Gaudi,s creations. Casa de les Punxes was next on the list. This is the work of Puig I Cadafalch. This castle like flight of neo- Gothic fancy look as if out of a fairy tale. Turrets resembles witches, hats. My walking tour ends at the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Acta Atrium Palace Barcelona
One or the best recently opened
I chose this hotel to accommodate some friends visiting the city. As far as I know Barcelona hotels, the Atrium Palace is one of the nicest in the downtown area: modern, elegant and plenty of touches. Excellent value if you find an offer.
Atrium Palace is located about five minutes on foot from Plaza Catalunya, where the Airport bus drops you off. That means that you are in walking distance of places to eat and shop and yet in an area quiet enough to not feel overwhelmed (as you might walking along the Ramblas).
Could not be better!
We stayed at this hotel as part of my mothers birthday celebrations so it was important that everything was perfect. We booked online and asked for a room for three. The hotel provided us with an enormous room that was stylishly furnished and immaculate throughout. But what made our stay so perfect was the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff.
Nothing was a problem for them, they would give directions, book your taxi and tell the driver personally where you want to be, recommend local restaurants. If you are lucky enough to stay, ask EVA on reception about her beautiful jewlery which she makes herself! The hotel is brilliantly situated, around the corner from the Ramblas. The spa was great and helped our aching feet at the end of the day!
Ocotber 31st 2003
We booked the hotel direct as they spoke good english and answered emails i sent to them. The rate i got was 195 euros including taxes and breakfast.T he hotel was located in the best part of Barcelona near Plaza De Gracia and not far away from La Rambla (disapointing).the hotel is clean and we couldnt fault it in anyway. T he bed was hard but we like hard beds.If you are arriving from the aiport simply take the train to Plaza De Catunla and you are simply 10 minutes walking from the hotel. Would go back there again.
Just be carfull!! Booked 3 weks before arrival, but no room.Me and my wife arrived at 22:00 time, after longflight, finally found the place (taxi driver have no idea about this hotel).After booking with credit card confirmation, when I asked for the room the person at reception said our room is not available "..as techincal problem..", before us was a French group got similar story.When I asked the person for his name he refused totell me.Just keep a way form this place.Eli Keren
Had a very quiet street side room with a nice balcomy. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The restaurant was very good. The breakfast buffet was fabulous and very nicely set up. The restaurant staff were very accommodating one evening close to closing time when all we wanted was a salad, bread and wine. The salad was beautiful.
This was our favorite hotel out of many in a 10 city European tour. We got an incredibly good deal at the hotels own Web site (for a minimum three night stay it was only 108 Euros per night for a double). The hotel is new, beautifully designed and executed in all ways. The lobby was lovely, an office suite provided free 24 hour internet access, the small indoor pool, gym, spa, and sauna were very clean and relaxing and well-done in design (wonderful little details like inset lighting and wood trim, or the light in the pool that changed colors). The room was gorgeous and fairly large and comfortably air conditioned, with an iron and ironing board built into the closet, the bathroom was incredible (stainless fixtures, floor to ceiling marble, a bidet). The bed was a bit too firm, but we adjusted. The front desk service was exceptionally good friendly, knowledgeable, proactively helpful (asking do you need a taxi? after recommending a few good restaurants or a Laundromat). Location is good - a few blocks up from the Plaza Catalanya and the Ramblas, so not right in the thick of all that bustle. Highest praise for everything!
Fabulous!! Brand new hotel, 1920's building - attractive interior, very comfortable and in a perfect location!!Staff were very attentive, kind and supportive. Patient while they let me ramble on with my broken Spanish... but hey..I need the practice!Great for business, on your own or with the family.Will visit again.. absoultely excelling! Thank you BW.
A good one
A brand-new hotel, 4 star, near the Ramblas, with very good prices (maybe because it's still new and unknown? We paid 130 € + tax for a double, which is the price of a similarly-located 3*). Lovely room, marble-tiled bathroom. The AC is really good - you don't even notice it, except for the fact that the temperature is perfect.