BEST WESTERN Premier Hotel Dante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Premier Hotel Dante Barcelona
Hôtel moderne, staff très accueillant et sympathique, excellente connection wi-fi gratuite, délicieux buffet petit-déjeuner au choix très élargi. Bien situé, pas très loin du Passeig de Gracia, où se trouvent les perles architecturales du Modernisme.
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We got to say another lot of goodbyes to our group at breakfast before heading off for 3 days of relaxing in Barcelona. We had a good flight leaving Madrid at 12.45 & arriving in Barcelona around 4 o'clock. Mark wasn't feeling so good so the rest of the day was spent in our beautiful hotel Ofelias. It was our 1st Anniversary so we dined at Pura Brasa before going back home for an early ...
... the air before. It looks like someone smoothed out a huge layer of housing material about five stories high, and then cut deep grooves through at regular intervals for streets. (We learned later that this is in fact pretty close to the mark.)
The first surprise is immigration – there isn’t any. Apparently, the stamp in the passport back in Zurich admitted us to the EU and we’re more ...
... trains, and most intercity trains had been cancelled…. That’s right… we were stranded…
The lady behind the counter refunded our tickets, and then told us their would be no trains to Barcelona at all today, and very little hope of any tomorrow. With our tickets refunded, and no hope of getting to Barcelona today we found a Starbucks inside the train station and began planning. With coffee renewing our hope we came to ...
... three different facades planned, each with its own aesthetic. The Nativity fašade is highly decorative and features animal and nature motifs prominently. The Passion fašade is much more austere and stylised, kind of brutalist, without being highly decorated. The last fašade is the Glory one, and again this will be different, though I didn’t catch what the theme was and it was under construction still so we couldn’t see it. It’s a very striking ...
We got to our hostel in Barcelona at about 6pm and we had our own room which was nice. People in Spain don't eat dinner until after 10pm but at 730pm we went down the street to a local restaurant and had sangria and tapas. The restaurant started to get busy at 10 which was weird because that was when we were leaving. After that we went back to the hostel and rested. The next day we took a walking tour of the Barri gotic. After that we went to another tapas bar and then switched from ...