City Park Pelayo Hotel

Address: Pelayo 1, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Park Pelayo Hotel Barcelona

Reviewed by bwlynn7

Nice Hotel!

Reviewed May 29, 2016
by (6 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

Well let's be straight. The City Park hotel is a refreshing change to my rooming house I stayed in earlier in the week. The hotel room is small (average size for Barcelona standards). Cost $100-150 euros depending on the season. The room was clean, with nice hardwood floors. The bathroom is quite small and I would consider this a bathroom for one. The front desk is a little more friendlier than the usual professional and curt service I am accustomed to. The room has air conditioning (a big plus) and its own cafeteria. City park Pelai as it name implies is located off of main throughfare. I would have rated this hotel 4 stars if my air condltioning was working when I arrived.

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TripAdvisor Reviews City Park Pelayo Hotel Barcelona

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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Next stop Zaragoza.