Atenea Calabria Apartaments

Address: 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


      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!


      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


      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


      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


      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

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Barcelona


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 12, 2015

      5 photos

      ... in the Ramblas district and found nothing on the lighter side. Ultimately opted for Pan's, a local version of a sub shop. Tried a Napoli baguette with Nestle iced tea [7.25E]. The Swiss tax system was a subject of interest [at least to me].

      A double ice cream cone--Bailey's and creme de Catalan--was done before we hit Gran Via
      [3.5E]. We absent-mindedly walked an extra block. Downloading pix, emails and blog time consumed things until 2230 and bed.

      Hop On Hop Off Hop On Hop Off

      A travel blog entry by cathandcherie on Dec 30, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... as some of Gaudi's other works. We had lunch on a beach created especially for the Olympics. The sand has to be replaced regularly because of storms. We had paella at xup xup on the beach, the food and location were ideal but the customer service left much to be desired, this became a trend over our ...

      A day of Gaudi

      A travel blog entry by krister80 on Oct 07, 2014

      2 comments, 42 photos

      Today I set out to move about the city and discover Antoni Gaudi.  He was a famous Spanish Catalan architect and designed many sites around the city.  He was influenced by neo-Gothic art but his designs are considered part of the Modernism movement.  I decided to view 3 of his creations, Casa Batllo, Sagrada Familia and Park Guell.   For all three you need tickets and for Sagrada Familia and Park Guell you needed to book specific times, as these are ...


      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on May 22, 2014

      29 photos

      ... follow him. He knew he would never live to see this dream realised. Interesting stories, his workers asked about delays, he responded - my client can wait - God is patient. Another questioned over the level of detail at the tops of the towers, that no one will see. He responded, the angels will see... Nice touch The Franco war saw the Basilica damaged and all of Gaudi's drawing and plaster models destroyed. There are a team reconstructing these. Work continues ...

      The Rest of Italy

      A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Nov 23, 2013

      6 comments, 25 photos

      ... the vinegar they will know which acetaia, as well as which batch, it came from.

      I know I've gone into great length about vinegar but I am always awe struck by the care that goes into making artisanal food products. I have found such passion and love for producing quality food here in Europe and while we do have those types of artisans in the states, I think our fast food culture is doing us a disservice. So when I come home I'm going to ...