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Ugggggg..... Feeling a little worse for wear. Anyways, managed to get out and about by about 9.30am with Michael and Cassandra and walked down the Las Ramblas, visited the pier, did a spot of shopping and headed out to the Barcelona Stadium - but it was closed :( :( :( Was looking forward to that but oh well. We then had tapas for tea (so yum!) and then it was an early night for moi.
07 : Arrive at 22:00 PM via Paris (AF) from Seoul KE
08 ~09 : Sales Meeting at 8th, NPDP Meeting at 9th
09 : Departure at 20:20 PM to Paris by AF at 9th June
Flight cost : Seou (7 June)l->Paris (7June)->Barcelona (9 June)->Paris (11 June) ->Seoul (12 June) : 2,770,000KRW
Expo Hotel :
- Price : 75Euro per night …
Day 13 cont: We start off our stay the right way with a yummy late night dinner from a local restaurant…tapas (mussels, fish croquettes, and fried sweet peppers), paella, crème catalan, and a bottle of brut naturale cava.
Day 14: Sleeping in plus a big breakfast and we're off to see the creations of Gaudi. First up is his …
I arrive to Barcelona on the 1st of August and immediately found a Hotel to stay at. For the first 3 days, I spent them in the Expo Hotel while I looked for a place to live. It was quite easy to find a room to rent in the city. I currently live right downtown in neighborhood called Eixample, near Plaza Espana and Catalunya and la Rambla. I am just …
... for cultural and sporting activities e.g. the Olympic stadium, the Joan Miro Foundation. Down the other side of the park leads to views across the busy port. Then we hit the city and what a city! Along the narrow streets buildings were all lovely, ornate, balconied structures, each with something different from the ones beside it. Then there were the even more narrow pedestrian paths bustling ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Price : 75Euro per night including free internet & breakfast.
Location : Close from Sants Station. (5~7 min by walk)
Breakfast : Goods
Quite resonable hotel compare with Price. Especially the Sants station is quite close so good for traveler.
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We chose this hotel for its central position, proximity to various forms of transport and as one of the cheapest 4* hotels in otherwise very expensive Barcelona (hotels.com).
Very disappointing for a supposedly 4-star category. The description contained in "hotels.com" is very misleading
Very Comfortable - Great Spot!!!
Hotel was very clean, comfortable, pool on the roof was a real bonus to cool off in. Didn't try the breakfast - cafe, supermarket, bakery underneath!!
Bar and Pizzeria over the road. In a great spot: Tour bus stops in front of railway station, metro 3 mins walk - 10 mins into the centre. 20 mins from the airport. "Magic Fountains" only a ten minute walk. A very enjoyable stay, would definately stay here again.
The Expo hotel is perfect for travelling around the city without a car. From the airport, take the R.E.M.F.E train to Sants station. Outside the station ( which was also the Metro) look right, and there it is! Staff were friendly and helpfull, giving us more than enough maps and guides to see the city.
Didn't try the breakfast as it was 9 euro's each! There is a shop 2 doors down from the hotel, that had everything we needed for breakfast.
I would stay there again.
Not Bad for 3 star
I paid 396USD for four nights at the Expo in Barcelona during May 2004. Considering Hotel prices in Barcelona this was a good value. A colleague stayed at a 4star and paid the equivalent with a last minuted discount yet his hotel was inferior to the Expo. Good and friendly staff, very clean, nice facilities, great view of the beautiful Museum from upper floors and rooftop pool. Only thing missing was room service and in-room coffee service for those who need it first thing in the morning without leaving the room. Not in the town center but its less than 10 minutes by bus and the train/metro station are right there, easy to commute anywhere.
Good Hotel, shame about lack of tea and coffee making facilities
On first sight the outside of the hotel is a little ordinary but the inside more than makes up for it. The staff were helpful and pleasant though their English wasn't too good in most cases and I was glad for my schoolgirl Spanish, though Catalan is spoken here which is a strange mixture of Spanish/French/Portuguese. The rooms I would rate 3 star not four as they were quite basic but very clean. Food was excellent in the restaurant. Main complaint was, after our journey there we were gasping for a cup of tea but there was no kettle!! There was however a mini bar of which the prices were quite reasonable - but I did miss my early morning cuppa!!
Very polite staff
The last time I went to Barcelona, I preferred to stay close to Las Ramblas and the hotel we got was really lousy, and we paid much more than for Expo Hotel. This time I chose to stay 10min(with metro) from Las Ramblas, and we had quite a nice experience at the Expo Hotel. The staff was really helpful when we had something to ask about, I think the location of the hotel was just perfect, and compared to other hotels i Barcelona, it was really cheap. Close to all sorts of transport(bus, metro, train, turist bus++)Linea 3 to Placa Catalunya runs every three minutes, so there's not much waiting. Fantastic view from the top of the hotel to Palau Nacional and Montjüic, and it's just a short walk away from Nou Camp, where Barca plays their games.
Made great stay for 5 days
Take no notice of the external view of this hotel, it hasnt been updated ever, the internal is excellent as it was (as with the rest of barcelona) upgraded for the Olympic games, marble floors and walls, & clean throughout, location is great for train and metro, although 20 min walk to la Ramblas, continental breakfast, pool on the roof provides good views, good base for tourist.
This hotel is a bit cheaper than many other hotels of comparable quality, and that seems to be due to its location near the Station of the Saints, next to the Industrial Park. It is not within walking distance of most of Barcelona's tourist attractions. Having said that, the Station of the Saints has a train to the Airport, so the Hotel is convenient for air travelers. There is a subway station nearby. and Barcelona's subway is a good way to get around the city. My hotel room was spacious and the bed comfortable enough, but they had given my companion and I two single beds, even though we had booked a double.
Good food/clean and friendly
Staff very friendly, rooms clean, lovely pool . Breakfast was excellant, lots of choice and dinner good too. next to both Metro and railway station, easy to get around the city. restaurants nearby will chose this hotel again