Eurostars Grand Marina Hotel

Address: Moll de Barcelona s/n, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08039, Spain and Canary Islands | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the El Raval area of Barcelona, is near Port Vell, Little Barcelona (La Barceloneta), Maremagnum, and Big Fun.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Eurostars Grand Marina Hotel Barcelona

      Tre moderne


      Quite hip and modern, very nice maritime theme through out the hotel.

      VERY nice workout facilities on the top floor with georgous views.

      Warm, yet sophistictated rooms. Try for the rooms on the maramagnum side, substantial views. Only downside not in a barrio where people actually live. Barcelona is it's people.

      Lovely hotel


      12/12/03 Christmas shopping in Barcelona! What a truly lovely hotel.

      The attention to detail was just great and the staff were realy attentive to your needs. I would reccomend this hotel to anyone looking for 5*treatment. The hotel resturant was really good and the service superb. I would certainly return to this hotel.

      Great View! Great Hotel!


      We stayed at this hotel for a pre-cruise in early October. We had requested a junior suite and were upgraded to a bay view suite. It was absolutely fantastic. We had windows that overlooked the water as well as windows that overlooked the city. The location couldn't be more perfect, sitting at the base of La Rambla and close to all the action.

      Definately worth its 5 star rating. We are going to be returning to Barcelona next November for a Transatlatic cruise next year and hope to convince our friends to splurge a little and the 4 of us stay at the Grand Marina.

      Superb hotel in fabulous location


      I selected this hotel for my trip to Barcelona having read the other Trip Advisor reviews .... and they were all absolutely right !

      5* quality sums up this hotel - the location (5 mins to La Rambla, 5 mins to the marina), the breakfasts (free champagne!), the rooms and, particularly, the staff who recommended some fantastic, authentic spanish tapas restaurants. I also managed to book my rooms at a great rate and the hotel kindly upgraded my room as it was my birthday (although that may have been my friends but I cannot get them to admit it !) - would certainly recommend taking an upgraded room, preferably one at the front of the hotel with balcony and Japanese shower.



      My husband and I just came back from Barcelona Oct 9th -Oct 12th. The Hotel was fantastic, the rooms were great and the staff could'nt do enough for you. We also we lucky to be able to use the rooftop pool, the views from there we great. even the pool was freezing. The breakfast in the morning was great and the waiters were very helpful.

      We would recomend anybody to stay in this hotel it was worth paying the extra money.

      A true pleasure!


      Marvellous - this hotel oozes class and offers a 5 star feel as soon as you enter the lobby!The staff were superb - helpful, extremely efficient and warm and friendly (a true breath of fresh air when compared with many of the other hotels of a similar rating I've stayed at across Europe).Room was superb (paid 220 Euro's per night) and views of City are excellent.The position of the Hotel is also first class as it is only 5 minutes walk from the Ramblas and 10 minutes to the best fish restauants at Palau de Mar as well as being right next to Port Vell and it's facilities. I found it's location to be relaxing and peaceful and I was very pleased we chose this place as the noise levels at the other end of the Ramblas were horrific!Keep up the good work - I'll certainly be back!

      Very Nice Hotel


      I stayed here in August and September 2003, and it is a very nice hotel. The decor is first rate, very modern and sleek, and the materials were very inviting. The rooms have hardwood floors and granite and marble bathrooms. The walls are paneled in attractive cherry wood.

      The service was excellent, and the location is near the Ramblas, but away from some of the hustle and bustle.

      I would recommend this hotel for anybody traveling to Barcelona.

      What a hotel!


      This is a great hotel, in a good location only 5mins walk to the Ramblas, 15mins to the beach and in close proximty to loads of bars and restaurants. The view from the 8th floor is fantanstic and we made good use of the roof top swimming pool, jacuzi and sauna! We were greated with a smile and the service was fantastic. Anything we asked for we got (inc. late checkout till 4:30pm). The decor was plush and in true 5 star surroundings. The rooms are all of a very good size with great a/c, and some include balcony, and/or seperate power shower with multi-jets! The bath tubs are all jacuzi! In general, slightly on the pricey side but if you can afford it, it's definitely worth the money.

      Try avoid ordering room service or from the bar - expect to pay 5 star prices!

      Fabulous Hotel


      Without a doubt,the finest hotel I've ever stayed at. Stayed in June,pre cruise for two nights. Everything about the hotel is first class,very modern in design and decor.

      Super New Deluxe hotel


      Located right in the heart of Barcelona. A superb new hotel and we had a super price through hotel-... - Hopefully we will be there again soon

      TripAdvisor Reviews Eurostars Grand Marina Hotel Barcelona

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Barcelona here we come

      A travel blog entry by cathandcherie on Dec 29, 2014

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      ... were off. Some people tried to help us on the bus when all we knew was "Valencia Street" but they found it hard to answer our questions. Later we realised that Valencia street has about 6 stops and spans for about two miles, no wonder the confusion! We dragged our suitcases to where we thought we would find our hotel with no luck, the number 565 was not a hotel at all. Frustrated, tired and exhausted we found somewhere with free wifi to have a sandwich, a cold drink and a good ...

      My final days in Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by krister80 on Oct 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... in this town.  It wasn't until I went for another walk in the evening that I realized it was that everyone was on siesta.   At the hotel, I took a swim and sauna.  And I happened to take it with a guy from Ireland that has stayed at this hotel every other week since April.  He is an independent contractor and inspects airplanes for a living.  He is currently working for a Russian airline.  We had a good chat.  We talked about ...

      Fish Tales

      A travel blog entry by brendasjoy on Aug 20, 2014

      4 comments, 16 photos

      ... br> light and movement of the sea. In the next room I discovered a Catalan
      treasure, Maria Fortuny (father of famous designer Fortuny) with his visionary painting
      style (and a favorite of mine): most of the canvas has loose, indicative
      strokes while a few places, like the small knees of a child, are entirely rendered
      to realism level, a whole generation before Sargent and the Impressionists.


      Catalonia an area of Spanish difference

      A travel blog entry by emseurope on Jan 15, 2014

      35 photos

      ... pick pocketed by a lady pretending to have a fake baby! With one hand she grabbed his arm pretending to beg for money and with the 'baby' arm slide her hand into his pocket! Luckily he has done a lot of travelling and was aware of the schemes these people play and felt her hand in his pocket, pulled her arm out grabbed the money and pushed her up against the wall in the alley we had walked into. It was really surreal as we watched the whole thing unfold and even more so cos she ...

      La Sagrada Familia

      A travel blog entry by on Sep 17, 2013

      272 photos

      ... the south of Spain, but settled in Barcelona and really likes it. So yeah, really happy about the metro. It was also the same metro I would take to the Sagrada Familia. I dropped 10 euros for this 10 trip bus pass. Last time while with Camilo, and we took the bus, one of the rides cost me 2 euros. So I figured a bus pass will be more worthwhile.

      OK, back on the streets I get on the metro and arrived at the La Sagrada Familia. I knew it, it just wasn't the type ...

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