Hotel Catalonia Sagrada Familia

Aragon 569 Bis, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08026, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the El Camp de l'Arpa del Clot area of Barcelona, is near Church of the Sacred Family (Templo Expiatorio de la Sagrada Familia), Els Encants, Barcelona Glories, and L'Auditori.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Catalonia Sagrada Familia Barcelona

    Reviewed by warwicksoption

    A place to sleep

    Reviewed Aug 7, 2014
    by (18 reviews) Auckland , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    The entrance, greeting, and transport of our suitcases to our rooms were satisfactory. We were required to help with security, as bags had gone missing in the past while the porters were unloading buses so it was in our interests to do this.

    Our room was a good size and everything has been satisfactory with the exception that the room stank of smoke. By opening the windows and upping the air conditioning, things improved but it has taken a day to clear the cigarette smell. Additional pillows were required and received promptly.

    Other members have indicated that there have been animals in their rooms but I understand this is not unusual. All in all - aside from the smell of cigarettes - things have gone well. Of special mention are the Continental breakfasts, which have been above average with a chef making omelettes and cooking bacon on request. I would use this hotel again but on condition of a smoke free room .

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by ukjays2009

    Good hotel in residential area

    Reviewed Jul 6, 2013
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Hotel room was spacious and clean. Staff helpful and courteous although English a bit limited. Free wifi worked well. 2min easy walk from Clot metro station or train from the airport. Interesting residential area. Check out Parc de Clot as a great example of urban renewal and an extensive market avenue for local food, etc. About 15min walk to Sagrada.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Catalonia Sagrada Familia Barcelona

    Nice little hotel

    from

    Nice little hotel. good tube and rail connections from Clot station.

    even walked back from town centre one afternoon via the cathederal. The room was small but clean and quadruple glazed onto the main road. I am sure there are nicer hotels in town but not for 40 quid for the room per night. Did get done for 2X breakfasts on checking out which they claimed were not included!! but it was only 20 euro's. I would recomend it to a friend and go back myself.

    Ideal for short trips

    from

    We were booked into this hotel "cold" by Ryanair and then read a couple of the bad reviews on this site. BUT, we found the Hotel great. The rooms, although not overlarge, were adequate, clean and well equipped.

    The staff were friendly and helpful with free town guide and advice.

    Breakfast was superb. The Metro at Clot takes you to all places of interest in the city for 1.10 euros (80p!). The hotel provides a secure, ticketed left luggage service on check-out day - ideal if you are on a late evening return flight. If flying from Girona use the train from Clot (6.35 euros) and the airport bus from Girona Stn (1.65 euros). We would definitely stay again.

    Great Value for money

    from

    Went to Barcelona for a break with three friends. Booked the Hotel on the Internet. It was a little out of the way but the metro is yards away and you go direct to the centre with no hassles. Although i did think the exterior street was a bit dissapointing, the Hotel itself was great. Rooms very clean, bathrooms spotless and like everyone else thought the breakfast was superb. Recommended the Hotel to friends who also enjoyed their stay and now am going back in a few months with my husband.

    Lock up your valuables, expect to be insulted

    from

    My girlfriend and I went to Barcelona for a couple of days. Having read of the problems with street-thieves in Barcelona, we decided to leave some of our valuables in our hotel room, safely locked in a suitcase.

    Imagine our distress when we returned from our sight-seeing to find the valuables (worth about 850) had been stolen. The door to the room was securely locked when we left and there was no sign of forced entry to the room, so we think that the cleaning staff stole the items. We can not prove this of course, but there is no other reasonable explanation.

    The story does not end there however. When we went to the front desk to notify them of the theft, the staff member said it was "impossible" that anything had been stolen from our room and that we must have lost it when we were out. I pointed out it may be possible that a staff member may have been responsible and she said that this was also impossible. She was extremely rude, insinuated that we were lying and only begrudingly called the police. I asked for the name of the person who cleaned our room and was refused. I asked to speak to the housekeeping manager, and was again refused, to be told that they were not in the hotel, and not in Barcelona. I found this particular staff-member's attitude absolutely disgraceful.

    Upon our return to London, I contacted the hotel chain's head office (Hoteles Catalones, whose motto is "Buenos Hoteles") with my complaint, only to be fobbed off. Although they said the matter had been investigated and the staff member dealt with internally, they refused to give details and offered no compensation. This leads me to believe that no action was taken which in my opinion is totally unacceptable. I would not recommend anyone stay at the Hotel Aragon Barcelona. I know I will not be staying there again, nor in any other Hoteles Catalones hotel. Buenos Hoteles? I don't think so.

    Irish user must have stayed at a different hotel!!!

    from

    The hotel is 2 minutes walk from Clot underground, which takes you to Catalunya Square in 5 minutes. Around the corner are a plethora of local boutiques, bars, and restaurants. The hotel is itself clean, bright and great value for money (less than 40 per ROOM per night incl the biggest freshest continental breakfast i've experienced for some time.) The evening meal we had was great value and of good quality. The staff were by far the most pleasant people we met in Catalan, as we found most Catalunyans could'nt speak English, French or Spanish allegedly, a bit like people in Newquay only speaking Cornish!!!

    Weekend from Hell

    from

    I booked a weekend break for myself and my mother to go over to Barcelona on a Saturday morning and return home on the following morning. I found this hotel on the Internet at a very reasonable price, as it was for one night only, I decided to book it. I was told it was within walking distance to the main shopping area..it was if you wanted to walk for an hour..there was no food served in the evening when we got back and on the way back to the hotel in the taxi he didn't know where it was because it was so far out..I was disgusted...the only good thing about this Hotel??, was the breakfast the next morning...it was lovely..toooo far out of the way and more like a hostel than a hotel....

    Pleasant surprise

    from

    Having heard from a rival tourrist bureau that this hotel was "awful", we were surprised to find a hotel excellent in all aspects though a bit far away from the centre. If we pay a return visit to Barcelona we shall certainly go to the Aragon again.

    Lucky or what!

    from

    Having read the review on the Adagio Hotel, thank God we didn't stay there. Instead we stayed 3 nights at the 3*Aragon Hotel, carrer d' arago just a few metres walk from Clot Metro line. The hotel was excellent, clean modern comfortable serving an outstanding breakfast with just about everything you could possibly want on the menu and more. Would definately stay there again and would highly reccommend it.

    Great, out of the way hotel

    from

    My wife and I spent 4 days in Barcelona in Oct, 2003. Reasonably priced hotels near Las Ramblas had no rooms for the time we were there. The Catalonia Aragon is a couple of short blocks from the Clot Metro and rail station. The breakfast was superior.

    Off the beaten path....

    from

    My daughter and I stayed here the last week of Jan of 2003. This hotel is way off the beaten path, a little run down, but the trains are only 2 blocks away and the Segrada is 4 blocks. Rooms small, nothing fancy. Great staff. The breakfast alone makes this place great. Was able to only eat two meals a day. Full spread. Our breakfast came with our room, so recommend that portion to get. Fresh baked pastries that you can smell throughtout the lobby. Great bang for your buck!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Catalonia Sagrada Familia Barcelona

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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    A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Sep 06, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... if you go early..before the yanks. Back to Barcelona for 12.30 and we were dropped in town at La Ramblas..a one kilometre long pedestrian plaza bounded by manner of shops and eating places. Found one that had cold beer, cider,tapas AND had the Wallabies v Springboks live from Subiaco. Well, Rob was set for the last half..you know the result...what a match !!! Taxi home for a rest at 3.00 as we're out again tonight for the farewell dinner of the Trafalgar tour. Our farewell ...

    Embarkation Day

    A travel blog entry by ricflack on Jun 14, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... so we all went to the nighttime show which was the welcome aboard show.

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    Dinner

    Ric: Calamari, Mango and Papaya Soup, Mesquite Chicken and Fresh Fruit with Sabayon Sauce
    Nikki: Bruschetta, Mango and Papaya Soup, Linguini with Shrimp and Apple Tart Tartin
    Regan: Calamari, Salad, Linguini with Shrimp and Apple Tart Tartin
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    Alter Egos R us

    A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 06, 2014

    5 comments, 7 photos

    ... overpriced, and got on the metro. after looking at a map, we went a few stops away before getting off. Ahhh. a breath of fresh air. all locals, no maps out. We found a little cafe, plugged into the internet and got on lonely planet to see what we should do in Barcelona. Had a couple cafes and headed back to the metro. on the way, we passed a fruit stand so we bought a couple peaches and kept walking. They were delicious!

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    Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by monica.ng.2013 on Sep 14, 2013

    55 photos

    ... place Baldo, but omg, finally, good food. The egg thing I got was so good. Not overly salty or greasy for once. The paella was the same, but at least something was good. Silly bro wanted ice cream, so we actually had that before the real meal. Hey, whatever goes when on vacation.

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    Gaudy Gaudi?

    A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys on May 29, 2013

    32 photos

    During date week, Jim and I took a tour of Gaudi's Batllo house which was only a few blocks from our bed and breakfast. The exterior brings to mind masks and dragons. Within the whole building, there are only curved lines - nothing linear or straight. In fact, Gaudi created it to be reminiscent of an undersea world with natural shapes and references to water everywhere. ...