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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Barcelona
Clean comfortable hotel without the prices of the centre of the city. 20-30mins out. Staff were incredibly obliging and helpful.
No restaurant at night was a bit of a shame, but the order in food was great and the bar prices reasonable.
Would stay there again.
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