Atenea Calabria Apartaments

Calabria 129-131, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08015, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Atenea Calabria Apartaments Barcelona

    Fantastic value

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    For 50 Euros a night myself and my girlfriend got to stay in a quiet Barcelona street, in a hotel with clean and cool rooms, balcony and TV (and small kitchen too if you need a cool beer). Everyone is frienly here and there is a supemarket next door for supplies.

    This is not in the Ramblas but you can walk it in 15 minutes and stop off at some local places on the way. Walk a different route each time and see what you find.

    I recommend Calabria to anyone who is looking for a clean, comfortable and friendly place to stay and either cant find a place in Ramblas or intentionally goes for a more residential area. It isn't high class (whatever that means), but who wants to waste a fortune on a place to sleep when places like this do it perfectly well?

    Great deal for the money!

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    I just stayed at Aparthotel Calabria for five days and the place is great! The rooms are large and roomy - which is quite a treat for most of the hotels I've stayed at in Europe have small rooms. The location of the property is very convenient. It's just close enough to the sites that you can walk or take the metro, but far enough that you're not stuck in touristville. My husband and I enjoyed the comfort of being in a neighborhood that was quiete and where we were able to experience living among the locals.

    A nice hotel family

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    we did like the service of calabria hotel apartment in barcelona. the hotel is in the very quite street en not so far from the nearest metro station( i think it's more than 3 minuten walking!) we got a very big room (we asked room voor 2 adults en 1 child ). that was really surprising us because they have big kitchen (they provide also electrical cook, boarden, spoon, fork, pannen, etc), a room foor tv en sofa, a big bedroom, big balkon, and a big bath room ! a perfect hotel voor a family with children! the hotel is alos close (next door) to big supermarket en also children playground. but we didn't get the room with AC even the travel agent said that the rooms are with AC. they have only ventilator but didn't work. it was very pity because the room was so hot in the morning and at noon. but not in the evening. the breakfast also very very good. big assortiment of brood and sweet brood. we love to stay there. especially because you can cook for your self and also for the children.

    Cheap, but nice

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    I just stayed there for 4 nights and I really liked the place. It is very close (3min walk) to Rocafort underground station (red line, 3 stops from Placa de Catalunya). The place is quiet (we were on the first floor, but we did not hear anything from the street). The room had a bathroom, a small kitchen, a bedroom and another room with a desk and a sofa (actually, another person could have slept on the sofa). The breakfast was huge: eggs, bacon, sausages, lots of cakes, biscuits, hot drinks, fresh fruits (strawberry for you). Plenty of optional to get: soaps, shampoo, razors, sponges, tissues, toothbrush and toothpasta. I got'em all! It seems strange to me that it does not rank higher in the Tripadvisor chart. We booked it with -----------------------------and we found a nice deal.

    Spacious pad

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    Hotel Calabria provided very comfortable and spacious accomodation.We stayed over for a couple of nights with our three teenage children and were entirely happy with the service provided and the cost. There is convenient parking right next door in an underground car park below a supermarket.( Although we parked our landrover in there ok, the height restrictions were a bit touch and go!)The beds were comfy, the view at the back was fascinating...if not very picturesque and the breakfasts as enormous as you wanted them to be!Location was ideal with easy access to metro and walking to Ramblas took only half an hour, taking in the atmosphere along the way!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Atenea Calabria Apartaments Barcelona

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    My final days in Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by krister80 on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... she was flying Germanwings so I am assuming).  She was tall and skinny - so long legs and young, maybe 22 tops.  Once the train stopped she was off like a gazelle and all I could think was, you gotta be kidding me.  I have a backpack that weighs 16.5 kilos (about 37 lbs), disproportionately short legs and lets be honest, a little chubby.  I really thought she was going to make it to cab first, hop in and take off without me.  But my ...

    Me and Rudi's Barcelona Adventure - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by mlucas on Jul 13, 2014

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    ... beer and soft drink 15 each which was fine. Although i found that the portions of the tapas was quite small. The prawn and garlic tapas was a bit oily i've tasted better in some other places.

    For dessert we thought it would be nice just to go have a drink and grab a cornetto my favourite from one of those stalls on the road. Around 1.70 euros for the ice cream.

    Hotel bed are very comfortable and the air con is great. Love the Bathroom as well.
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    A Passionate Apathy

    A travel blog entry by taylor.prichard on Jun 03, 2014

    ... claimed it didn’t look like the Portuguese people would ever care about politics or value what their political voices were worth. It was somewhat depressing to see so many people, even some of the Observatorio members who were well-educated about politics and who wanted to change politics in Europe and Portugal, so disconnected with their political system. I become frustrated in America when people don’t actively participate in politics and while it ...

    Day 82-85 - Always Live Your Dreams

    A travel blog entry by abs08 on Nov 08, 2013

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    ... again. They are like little sisters I never had and I'm like an older brother they never had. The hostel is just off Las Ramblas, so that’s where we head. It seems like the entire city has descended on the street. It is buzzing. Literally. Hawkers line the street on both sides and it is covered with souvenir shops. I don’t understand what the fuss is about. Thousands of people are walking along a street with nothing but souvenir shops. Bizarre. Yet, it is an ...

    Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by kieran.layla on Aug 16, 2013

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    ... by Gaudi. The Casa Batllo had a very unique facade while the La Casa Mila had a rippling look to it. Layla also had her physio appointment, which for the first couple days after caused more pain than she was originally in but now is full on in recovery. That night Kieran found a vegetarian restaurant which Layla was very keen to try out. Both of us are really glad we did as it was amazing! We ended up going back the next night with our friend Taylor who also loved ...