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TravelPod Member ReviewsSercotel Abbot Barcelona
The two guys who worked at the reception was ok, one where very friendly and the other one was less service minded.
The bathrooms bathtub is very small and the standard is poor, there some small reparations needs to be done. The bedroom is not 4stars, tv is lacking many channels but bed and Internet is ok. We have not experience the breakfast yet so we review it later.
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