How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Medinaceli Barcelona
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... good as the first day. All we did then, for hours and hours.. Was sit at the pool, swim, tan, play table pool, eat whole calamaris, drink sangria. Finally we were relaxing, no 20km walks, no bus tours just sun, sand and cool icy drinks. We even bought a soccer ball to play in pool. We played that game all 10yr olds play in the pool of 'how long can we keep it in the air'. We were that hopeless at it, we pretty much had everyone in the area ...
... much did you want to pay I said 3€ so I really could of got the sunnies for a lot cheaper bugger. Oh well. So with my hat and sunnies I lined up for tickets to see gaudi museum house inside Park Guell, once I got to the front of the line they said tickets for the tour wasn't till 6, this was about 12pm so that wasn't going to work. Wondered around and took some photos from outside then walked back down the hill. Wondering back past the souvenirs stores I came across a ...
Change of plan
Following yesterday's queues we decided to change our plans, skip the Spanish Village and take the cable car from Barceloneta over the port and up to the Miramar on Montju´c. The only problem was that the first cable car didn't run until 11:00. This gave us the unexpected opportunity to stroll along the promenade by the beach, watching shooting stars, surfers in the water, dogs on the beach and the old ...
... the weather was perfect. It was quite warm and very sunny. We walked along paths looking onto the water. The colour of the water was a beautiful blue. Dad and I also went to Park Guell. It was a very large park, looking out onto an amazing panoramic view of Barcelona. At two of the lookouts we stopped at, there were men singing and playing guitar. I found it very enjoyable, beautiful and peaceful.
One thing we did have ...
... and got onto a City Tours Bus. The City Tours bus was great, particularly as we were very tired, and had little time in Barcelona. Along the way we saw Gaudi's masterpiece Sagrada Familia, which is truly astonishing. Incredibly obscure, but beautiful. We also visited the park Gaudi designed. Again, very beautiful, and fun with lots of whimsical design. By the end of this we were stuffed, so we jumped on the bus and headed back to the hotel. We dined at the hotel which ...