Hotel El Castell
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel El Castell Sant Boi de Llobregat
This place reminds me of my grandparents state in Mexico City. The view of the city is awesome; the building has a great history and dates back to 801! The service has been very good, our server Pablo has bent over backwards to deliver a couple of cold Moritz beers, antipasto platers with Manchego cheese, Iberic ham and Terra Nostra wine. Dinner later at the outdoor dinning room was Salmoralejo (Gazpacho), antipasto platter with cheese, prosciutto, endives, anchovies, etc. porc "old style" with peppers and tomatoes, and a fish platter with red peppercorns, fruit and vanilla ice cream for dessert. More of the Terra Nostra chilled tinto and two espressos cortados con leche! Very nice indeed!
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Here's a link with a bit of information:http://www.sagradafamilia.c at/sf-eng/docs_serveis/informacio.php