H10 Marina Barcelona Hotel
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... walking tour which was good. Saw the church of St. Christopher (saint of travelers), the church of the people (paid for by the poor people of Barcelona) and the Gothic Cathedral. After the tour we grabbed some dinner at a design your own pasta place (yes I know, again not Spanish food, but it's just too tourist!) and walked to find the beach. It was really nice, saw the port and statue ...
We slept in after first night in Barcelona and eating as late as 11pm. Our first job was to get some washing done as we had all just enough clean clothes to get us here. Luckily, there is a washing machine in this three bedroom unit. Talk about luxury, a whole bedroom each to spread out.
Next on the list was getting some new clothes as, while we were clean, we still looked like hobos. Over-sized walking gear just ...
... as it was designed around the time of Jules Verne's book 20,000 leagues under the sea.
While we're talking about Gaudi, we saw the church he worked on called Sagrada Familia. This church was first started in 1826. Gaudi began working on it in 1883 until his death in 1926 (he is buried in the crypt within this church). Several others have worked on this church since, and work ...
... a fritter. We also took a trip through the Boqueria Market which we had been to before but our guide Oriol showed us some very interesting, and sometimes disgusting looking food. It has been here since medieval times when it was at the edge of town. At Tostaderos Cas Gispert, which has been in operation since 1851, they toast their own beans and nuts in a wood-burning oven. At Patisseria Escriba, they made jewellry from icing. We went ...
... later discover the free lobby Wi-Fi works in my room since I’m on the second floor right above the lobby) to Google Map the address of the restaurant where I’m supposed to meet up with Craig. This was another thing I had failed to map out in advance. I was not happy to see the restaurant is more than two miles away. I realized it was way too far to walk and I would have to take two subway lines to get there. Double argh.
Left my hotel room at 9:50. Subway L3 to ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Historical Traveler Reviews H10 Marina Barcelona Hotel
We stayed at the hotel from September 20-24 and had a wonderful time.
Some of the complaints regarding location are correct although it's only a few blocks to the Bogatell metro station. We did walk to the BArri Gotic one day and it was no big deal and you walk through some of the best parts of the city. The hotel is very nice, modern and new. We felt the amenities were great and we were able to get a great rate on Orbitz. The included breakfast buffet was quite amazing and had a superior selection and the largest variety of food I had seen in 3 weeks of travel in Spain. If you are looking for a "traditional" old world european hotel, look elsewhere. If you want modern comfort and cleanliness this is a great place to stay.
We liked it!
We stayed in the H10 from 11th to 16th September and for the most part, we thought it was fine. The location is ideal. Only a 5 min walk from 2 main line metro stations (which take you to the centre of town within 5-10 mins) and only a 5 min walk from the bars and restaurants of Port Olympic. Far enough out of town to be quiet, and close enough to all the transport links for when you want a bit more excitement. The pool is small and there are not enough loungers, but other than that, we had no real complaints. The rooms are big and modern(not that we were in it much) and given how expensive it can be to eat out, the breakfast is a lifesaver! Staff were friendly and helpful, and we'd certainly go back.
The H10 Marina was sold to us as a four star hotel in a good location, featuring two swimming pools and bedrooms packed with a mutltitude of amenities. Well, they got the name of the hotel right - but that's about all. To a regular traveller who utilises many hotels in many countries, quite how this hotel merited four stars is a mystery. It is a soulless place in the middle of an expanding building site which has yet to be discovered by taxi drivers. Indeed, even with the help of my own detailed map, the taxi driver who brought us in from the airport had great difficilty finding this hotel. How I wish he had failed in his quest. It is a new building, for which allowances must be made.
On a sidestreet in the middle of a developing area -- maybe 5 yrs down the road it'll be a hip place. But now, it's atleast a 7-10 min walk to nearest metro stop (streets literally empty at nite); and 10-15 min walk to Port Olympic (restaurants, bars, beach)
The breakfast buffet is pretty good -- lots of variety and free wine/cava; probably the one redeeming factor for the hotel.
Website says spa & indoor/outdoor pool -- well, there's a 10 euro charge to even get into the spa/indoor pool. The "rooftop" pool is rather small...i recommend taking the 10 min walk to the beach
I have just returned from staying at the H10 Marina Hotel in Barcelona. The hotel has only been opened a matter of weeks. My travel partner and I were both very impresssed with the high level of service provided from the moment we walked into the very stylish and airy hotel reception to the roof terrace which boosts a swimming pool!. The rooms are stylish and of a high standard with great air conditioning (it was very hot in Barc over the bank holiday weekend!).I would highly recommend this hotel, the buffet breakfasts are very varied and provide a great start to the day. The hotel was about 10-15 minutes walk from the beach, Marina (port olympic), restaurants and bars. The hotel is also near Bogatell metro station.This was my first visit to Barcelona and for me it was exciting, friendly, full of culture, style and the people were great too! The bus tours are a must, you get to see most of the major sites of barcelona over 2 hours.I will definately be returning to Barcelona very soon !!!!!
Booked a 4* hotel with Spa and rooftop pool. Pool v.v.small with no service. Pay to use Spa 10 per person - no hairdryer or shampoo/creams in changing rooms. No room service before 10.30am but even then coffee didnt arrive til 12noon! Stayed 3 nights. Breakfast room Q's are horrendous but good coffee and pastries once seated - non smoking restaurant in cellar - its only been open for a mnth so maybe teething problems? Taxis are a big problem. Took up to one hour to arrive and everybody waiting. Best to walk to road and hail your own - which we had to do twice. Nice lobby bar - marble,stone,leather settees etc but closes at midnight. No service at all available after this - just your minibar. Rooms new & well decorated(modern) -but v. v.hard beds. Area is 15 minute walk to Hotel Art/Port Olympia but all surrounding buildings are under construction with lots of cranes. Wouldnt go back as just too far to walk for us in the heat and wanted creature comforts that you'd expect a 4* to give. Glorified B & B with modern interior design.
The immediate location of the hotel is a building site but I imagine it will be the place to be in the next few years. Unfortunately the hotel was not completed when we visited in August 2003. The wider location is great - just 10 minutes from the Port Olimpic. The prime reason for booking this hotel was the outside pool and Health and Beauty Centre. The pool was not the one featured in literature - it was much smaller. There was seating for only 8 people (the hotel has 238 rooms) and no shade. There were also building materials, including circular-saws, lying around. The Health and Beauty Centre was apparently open but I think only in the afternoons when most guests would be out. There are supposed to be 2 bars and 2 restaurants but only 1 bar and 1 restaurant were open. The safe in our room broke - with our passports in it. In summary, the hotel is adequate but not worthy of 4 stars. There are a number of design faults and it does not deliver the features which are trumpeted on the website. When the points above were raised with management we were responded to inaccurately and without respect.
Quite simply fantastic. A most enjoyable stay; The accomodation clean and spacious, the staff pleasent and helpful. The location could not have suited me any better-just outside of the main attractions of the city. The best hotel i have stayed at for sometime.