Casa Camper Hotel Barcelona

Address: Carrer Elisabets 11, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Camper Hotel Barcelona

      Reviewed by gonelly

      Great spot

      Reviewed Jun 30, 2013
      by (1 review) Seven Hills , Australia Flag of Australia

      A trendy motel in a fantastic position close to Placa Catalunya. Friendly, happy staff and great rooms.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Casa Camper Hotel Barcelona

      The best Casa

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      I'm a college student and I stayed at Casa Camper this past summer with some of my frineds. And wow, the place is amazing! first of all the design is like no other, and the size of the rooms is amazing , much larger than your large european hotel room. anyways, along with the decor and size of the rooms, the staff at the hotel was amazing. Everyone was so helpful and they alwasy went out of thier way to make our stay there amazing.

      When I stayed there, the hotel was full and I honestly did not see another guest. the hotel is very peaceful and tranquil during the day and night, but is only a couple blocks from all the chaos that Barcelona beholds.

      Overall, this hotel is very design oriented and naturally is very pleasing to the eye. It is also in a great location and has great staff.

      Never felt better

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      I just stayed in Casa Camper in Barcelona for a couple of nights and although I was on the run and pretty much stressed with work, the whole team of Casa Camper made my stay unforgetable and feel like a holiday!!!

      Apart from having great concepts, your own mini lounge with a hamack, all you can eat and drink day and night included in the rate, they also have a great staff. Appart from being helpfull and carring, they had a waiter which rang a bell but I just couldnīt remember where from.

      I finally got my hand onto it when i showed his picture to my niece, itīs the icon of Cartalis the fashion group from Paris and a model from TV ads: Alexandre. Althought I expected him to be very uptight, he seems like a great person and had a key role in the great time I had there. Where you would expect any company to use him by putting him in the front window to drag people in, they kept him mostly in the back!?!

      Anyway, they really make you feel like a great woman with good looking male staff around you and for the jalous of you, even better than that is that the female staff is merely good looking, so they make you feel even more like a gorgeous woman without having to compete with others :)

      So to finish, great venue, great staff, unforgatable time!!!

      Great place for a Barclelona city break

      from

      We just back from a stay in this great hotel. We stayed in one the suites which is probably better than the rooms with the living room on the other side of the corridor. Staff were friendly and very helpful. All day buffet thing they do is great. You can come back for a snack in the late afternoon to tide you through to the evening out as most resturants do not get going till gone 9pm.

      Nice touch to have free internet.

      Best of all - completely non smoking hotel.

      Global highlight

      from

      Just returned from a weekend stay - superb hotel, great laid back minimalist style. THE best hotel staff I've experienced in a world of fairly extensive (& expensive) travel - truly helpful with recommendations & booking authentic & very fine restaurants, not to mention general service. Highly recommended - go for a suite - saves crossing the corridor & only a touch more expensive, excellent rooftop area to relax.

      Faultless hotel

      from

      We stayed in the Casa camper for two nights in early July and found the hotel to provide a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Everything that makes your stay pleasurable is in place including very clean and well furnished rooms with extremely comfortable bed. The snacks available all day in the reception area are of very high quality and adds to the pleasure and impression that you are staying in a hotel where guests are valued. The staff are extremely attentive and friendly (and generally very attractive) with a real interest in their guests. The hotel is just off the Ramblas at the top end towards Placa Catalunya and is very convenient for access to transport and amenities. There may be better Hotels in Barcelona but not for 190 Euro a night. Enjoy.

      Fantastic hotel, great venue, great concept!

      from

      Just back from a four night stay in the Casa Camper and couldn't fault it. The room (and separate sitting area) was immaculate and the internal view of the "garden" was one of the more interesting we've seen in our travels! The separate, private sitting area was a great idea as it meant the sleepier one in our party could call it a night while the other half could watch telly, drink whisky or just watch the world go by from the hammock next to the balcony.

      The roof terrace was a perfect way to start (and finish) the evenings as it had a fantastic view over the roofs of the city. The hotels concept of free snacks and soft drinks, available 24 hours was also a fantastic idea as it made the trip far more cost effective and saved the hassle of remembering water or nibbles to have while getting ready to go out. They also have a fantastic restaurant next door, Food balls where everything is ball shaped! We've stayed in lots of design hotels in various cities and this was definitely the most unusual and one of the best.

      Best Service Experience

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      We just spent 3 nights stay at Casa Camper Barcelona and just received the best service experience ever. With their unique concept of being home away from home, the staff really helped us in every single detail and made us feel special. Great idea of having a private lounge where we can eat little snacks all day complimentary. Incredible Beds and don't miss a city tour on your own with one of the bicicles. Perfect Location since everything is walking distance. Great music and amazing breakfast. Small Hotel but BIG experience.

      London - June 2

      Casa Camper Chic

      from

      A great small hotel from the owners of Camper shoes. Quirky arrangement of a seperate lounge across the corridor from your bedroom. This does not really work, however the bed and linen were fantastic, the bathroom area was beautiful, the staff were excellent, and the cafe style free snacks perfect for filling that post alcohol hunger. Situated in the narrow streets of Raval - a once no-go area in Barcelona, that is now home to plenty of good restaurants and bars - also very handy for the centre, being just off La Ramblas.

      A different type of hotel that is exceptionally pleasing to stay in. Highly recommended - we have stayed in most of the top hotels in Barcelona and this compares very well.

      Loved Casa Camper

      from

      Just returned from Casa Camper - March 7th 05, didn't have much to go on as it is a fairly new hotel (Jan 05) but we weren't disappointed.

      Casa Camper is very minimalistic, trendy and calming - we opted for a suite - for about 20 euros more - it is worth it.

      I booked with the hotel direct and found them very helpful, they answered all my e-mails right away and were very friendly, which is how they were when we arrived. All the staff were attentive but friendly, happy to chat about places to go, ring a taxi, reccomend a restaurant etc.

      Our room was big, a lounge with plasma tv, very comfy futon (sleep 2 no extra cost) table and chairs and a hammock!

      Then a huge bed, safe and open wadrobes and the bathroom with a huge shower head and a view onto the courtyard which is very quirky - just huge pots of plants in rows!

      We were also provided with Camper slippers, fluffy towels and toiletries.

      Also available all day (from breakfast onwards) are snacks (tentenpye) hot and cold drinks - organic juices, sandwiches, salads, cakes, fruit - you can have as much as you want - and we did at various times of day and night.

      There are free bikes to use too if you feel inclined - we didn't.

      This hotel is not for those who seek obvious razamataz - its cool and understated, very central and oozes quality in an unpretentious way - we will go back!

      A perfect city hotel

      from

      We have just spend a 4 day weekend in this hotel - and in short it has been one of our best hotel experiences.

      The hotel has a very nice athmosphere - and the lobby with free snacks (included in the room price) is just one of the nice elements which puts this hotel in the "special" category. And please note: the snacks are not just your ordinary "5-day old snack in vacum-pack" - but real fresh tasty stuff.

      All in all: A very pleasant and relaxing experience - in a perfect location with the Rambla just around the corner - but still in a quiet area. What more could one want from a city-hotel.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Camper Hotel Barcelona

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