- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
Photos of HCC Montblanc
Historical Traveler Reviews HCC Montblanc Barcelona
Good hotel for the price, and walls are thin yep!
I stayed there 3 days. It's a nice hotel, and the location is very good if you want to visit the city. There were not so many people when I was there so I have not to complain about the noise, but I heard once some people on the room next to mine, and I suppose that in peak period, this must be somewhat noisy.
Walls are thin !!
Nice hotel but walls are thin !!! I was in room 430 and I could hear my neighbours on both side talking, snorring, showering, tv and so on and they were not of the loud type ...One of the guy travelling with me did not experience this problem as he was on the second floor on the other side of the building.Cleaning came back very late around 10 pm.No in-hotel store.If you get a rate with breakfast included, make sure to eat at the hotel because that you eat there or not they will charge you 13 euros for every night. I was even charge on the morning of my departure for a breakfast that open at 7 and we left in taxi at 6 h 30. For that price they provide us with croissant and orange juice ...For ?on the road workers? there's free ADSL Internet in rooms and free Wi-Fi in bar - dinning area in lobby. Make sure you allow your start page to be modified otherwise you will not be able to connect. You can't access secure sites such as ?https? type, the're blocked by their firewall.I would go back but ask for a room in the other part of the hotel.
Stayed for 3 nights. Nice clean hotel in a great location, easy access to all tourist sites. We didn't eat at the restaurant as it seemed expensive and breakfast wasn't included, but there are plenty of restaurants nearby. When we arrived, the room we had been allocated had not been cleaned, but we were re-allocated straight away and that evening reception sent a bottle of Cava on ice to our room as an apology. Great for a winter weekend break.
A great place to stay
We have stayed at the Montblanc twice now and have had no problems. The rooms are spacious and very clean. Breakfast plentiful and good quality including hot dishes. The staff were helpful and child-friendly. Decor was modern and attractive with a strong Gaudi influence. The location is perfect for sightseeing, shopping and feeling part of Barcelona.
Was looking for a 4* but this 3* came recommended and I wasn't disappointed. Very good location, near to Place de Catalunya and the old town. Staff were helpful (better than Tourist Information!) and rooms are a good size. I can also recommend the restaurant. One strange thing - you have to fill the bath with the shower; there was no spout on the taps! Well worth 99 euros a night.
Fantastic hotel, Fantastic location!
I have just returned from a 4 night stay at the hotel Montblanc. It was a great hotel, it is clean, modern, in the best location, being in a road running parallel to the ramblas and leading down to the Marina.
The room was spacious, and clean and the bathroom was close to luxurious. Breakfast was not included and was expensive to add on, but it wasn't really necessary! We would definately return to the Montblanc on any stay in Barcelona.
Very Nice & Spotless.....
The next time we drive into a big city in Europe and do not have a reservation I will look for the tourist office. We had to relocate for one night to this hotel because they were full at the other hotel... This turned out to be reasonably priced a very very clean.... You could pull you car in the hotels garage and not a public one... This made it easy for the next day... The staff was very helpful and friendly... Would stay here again....
Great place and location.
The rooms were very spacious, comfortable and clean. A little noisy if your room is on the busy Via Laietana side. The location is great, close to the Catherdal, Las Ramblas and a lot of interesting sites to see in Barcelona. It is also close to the city tour buses and the lovely Plaza de Catayluna.
The bar and restaurant were quit pricey but this hotel is close to a lot of great restaurant. The staff was a little less than friendly.
Seem to be in a hurry all the time, didn't explain a lot about the hotel or the safe box in your room and if you ask them to help book a Flamenco club, they seem to act as though they really don't want to be bothered, although, they did make the reservations.
We would still highly recommend this hotel, just don't ask the front desk for any additional help.
Great Place to Stay!
Spent 4 fabulous days at the Montblanc in Barcelona in August 2003. The hotel has been recently renovated and shows it - there was not one part of the hotel that showed the slightest hint of sub standard service.
All the rooms have safes and air conditioning, with excellent powerful showers and double glazing that blocked out all noise, not that there was any with the majority of the rooms facing onto the swimming pool terrace which closed at 6pm. Breakfast was plentiful with hot food also available in addition to the continental buffet.
All the staff were multi-lingual and extremely helpful.
The location of the hotel was also brilliant, being just one block away from Playa Catalunya and situated close to the metro.
Couldn't rate this hotel more highly and would definately return.
TripAdvisor Reviews HCC Montblanc Barcelona
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... in one of the side chapels. Up in a lift for a rooftop view, into the cloister, unique in that there is a pond with 13 white geese there. The Placa by the cathedral is busy with a local exhibition, there is also a demonstration march. Night approaches as we walk up Passeig de Gracia to Casa Batllo, an extraordinary house with interior and exterior designed by Gaudi. The facade, unusual undulating roof and ornate chimneys are ...
... right - pretty sure I have been in that situation in America! They were later accosted by a local for stepping on his dead plants. They had a rough day and were bracing themselves for what lie ahead as well. It was in this we bonded. When the bus had arrived and everyone scrambled to get on it, pushing and shoving, I suggested we get a taxi. They hesitated on the cost but I could tell none of us had the stomach ...
... 41 city councillors, elected for a four-year term by universal suffrage. As one of the two biggest cities in Spain, Barcelona is subject to a special law articulated through the Carta Municipal (Municipal Law). A first version of this law was passed in 1960 and amended later, but the current version was approved in March 2006. According to this law, Barcelona's city council is organized in two levels: a political one, with elected city councillors, and one executive, ...
... Monserrat means serrated mountain. The structures were built in the 15th century. Monserrat built by Benedictine Monks. Structures built from stones from mountain. The hills of Monserrat used to be under water. Waters from rivers moved to Mediterranean Sea and tectonic plates moved forming mountains. Park Guell was built by a textile family heir who became Gaudi's patron. He saw a city garden in England and wanted one in Barcelona. He wanted to sell 60 plots of the land to ...
... breath was literally knocked out of me. I kid you not I couldn't breath, it was beautiful. The amount of art there is just incredible. I also live in a city that isn't so small. But we don't have markets... Like I don't know if that is a Europe thing or not American thing but we don't have them here. We have grocery stores. It was so cool to just walk through the markets and see all the beautiful colored fruit ...