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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarcelo Raval Barcelona
We stayed in the barcelo for two night after deciding to stay in Barcelona a few extra nights. This hotel is lovely as far as hotels go, modern, quirky somehow very Barcelona.
The rooms were functional, although I wasn't overly fond of the pink lighting, it didn't bother me that much for a short stay. The rooftop with it's infinity pool is stunning and boast some of the best views over Raval and Barcelona.
The plaza Raval is in front of the hotel, which is a lovely place to eat on a hot evening, alongside more locals than tourists, which makes for a nice change as tourists are everywhere in Barcelona.
We enjoyed staying at this hotel for the 2 nights we were there, but I wouldn't want to stay much longer as I am sure it would become very small quickly. A great stop over hotel with an affordable price tag!
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