Hotel HCC Regente
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel HCC Regente Barcelona
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Early morning pickup, Arrived in Barcelona at 1.40pm on Friday. Temp 20. Wandered around the streets. Lots of people everywhere. Very different look from modern Dubai. Barcelona very old but cute. Motel ok - does not have coffee or tea facilities but in good location. Day 2 - Headed off wandering around the streets and found Casa Batllo - one of …
... tour. We finally reached our destination and joined our tour group for this indescribable piece of architecture. For those who are unfamiliar, google the church. It is incredible! The church, which has been under construction since 1882 (no typo), has three immense facades depicting, the Passion, the Nativity, and the Glory of Jesus. We then took a tour of the building, grounds and current construction areas, then took a tour up into the Passion ...
... our beautiful surrounds. We came across the famous "Hospital de Sant Pau". This was built with the thought that the elements of the beauty of nature and architecture combined could be beneficial in the healing process of the sick. This was until recent times a working hospital but now a treasure for all to discover and enjoy. The ornate buildings are truly ...
... War Two. After this we returned
to our hotel and got ready to travel to our Flamenco show. We went to the
Tablao de Carmen, which is inside Poble Espanyol, a sort of touristy museum
with shops and restaurants. We got to share a jug of Sangria between us and
then had some really delicious Spanish tapas. The flamenco singing and dancing
was excellent (and yes, as one Tripadvisor reviewer stated, “flamenco isn’t
even from Barcelona, it’s from ...
... He has also been travelling for the past few weeks and ending his trip with us before heading back to work at a different hotel near France for the rest of the year. With our excitement of being in Barcelona we dropped our bags and headed out to explore. Andy had sussed out a cool day bar near the Rambala. The Ramblala is a happening pebbled street in Barcelona, full of shops, restaurants, bars and people! No matter what time of the day, or even what day the Rambala is alive. ...