- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Confortel Barcelona
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Confortel Barcelona
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
We arrived at Barcelona at 7:20 AM, in the dark! I was a bit disappointed that I didn't get the opportunity to look out the window over the Spanish countryside the last hour of the flight but, C'est la vie... Immigration was the easiest we have ever experienced and customs was nonexistent, literally. Everybody exited the arrivals terminal through the "Nothing to Declare" lane. Even if I had begged to declare something, anything, there wasn't a soul there to hear my pleas. ...
... design The roof is quite bizarre with various strange shapes actually covering the many chimneys and ventilation pipes rising from below The building has two open patios extending from the bottom to the top allowing natural light to flood into the various levels of the building we were able to visit. One level is an apartment representing the original design and the light inside is simply magical. Each room has access to the open patio and is bathed in a soft ...
... on the Madrid-Barcelona High Speed line. From Camp de Tarragona, high speed trains run to Zaragoza, Madrid, Sevilla, Malaga, Burgos, Vigo, Bilbao and San Sebastian, as well as the 'Trenhotel' night trains to Burgos, Vigo, A Coruņa and Gijon. From the station, buses run regularly to Tarragona and to other towns in the Camp, and taxis are readily available.
Furthermore, Reus airport also serves the Tarragona region. Reus is mainly served by charter flights and ...
... the city on the hop on hop off bus on Saturday, visiting Montjuric, with its panoramic views and gardens, and the FC Barcelona Stadium.
Sunday we strolled through the streets of the Gothic Quarter, visiting the Picasso Museum and then walking through the Arc de Triumph to the beach. For dinner we boarded the Gourmet Bus, with tapas and wine provided, and watched as the city prepared for its night life. A visit ...
... her ceiling a canopy of leaves. Some of the stained glass already finished filled the halls with interwoven hues of orange, reds, blues and greens. When completed, they would fill every corner of the cathedral with light. Her 8 towers already rise high above the Barcelonan skyline but her final central spire and the tallest of the lot, the Tower of Jesus, is due for completion in 2028. Something to mark in our diary perhaps? After basking in the grandeur and oddity ...