Gran Hotel Balneario Blancafort
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... up. Pity their service was not as good as their salesmanship. We left very soon after and went to I Picasso from the previous night where we knew we would enjoy it . Linda was very glad to catch up as she travelled to Granada and Madrid after finishing her Camino a few days ahead of us. A really good night again. We finished finally before midnight after arranging to travel early to Guell Park early in the ...
... Something the Costa Concordia should have done prior to set sail.
By the time we got to the room, the luggage was arriving and as I unpacked I couldn’t help but wonder who was going to WEAR ALL THESE CLOTHES?!
We made it to the back deck in time to leave the docks and watched the skyline of a very beautiful and exciting city shrink from view.
I love all things nautical. Somewhere in my past life I was ...
... in our stateroom. Deck 11, midships. Iced bottle of wine waiting for us. Sailed out into the Med at 5.00pm. Our deck is linked by a private stairway to deck 12, The Spa. Free use of the Persian Room - heated ergonomic therapy tables. Amazing. Mary Ann said that I was snoring!! The Solarium is a glass enclosed pool, spa and dining area in the stern which serves nutritious, light healthy meals for breakfast and lunch. Amazing salads. Lots of padded loungers and ...
... where Robyn got to shop for the day. Around late afternoon we headed back to the Boqueria Market on the Rambla for a late launch of paella marinara, pasta and our last sangria at a small restaurant in the market. We then headed back to our hotel to pick up our bags and head off to the ...
... opened to the public instead in 1922. My own opinion in the words of Susan Boyle is that it is 'Bloody Fantastic'.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service