Petit Palace Museum Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Petit Palace Museum Hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsPetit Palace Museum Hotel Barcelona
The hotel,a boutique hotel one, is located less than a block far from Rambla de Catalunya street and two blocks from Passeig de Gracia and Gran Via, which are two of Barcelona's busiest avenues. It has free wifi and also available at each bedroom a laptop for your own convenience (I have never ever before seen that). Breakfast is ok, not an ample selection but satisfactory. All in all, a very good choice
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Petit Palace Museum Hotel Barcelona
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
I relocated the bike place (located just off George Orwell Place named in honour of one of a number of writers who loved spending time in Spain and Barcelona in particular) and then reached our planned meeting point between the two large circular fountains of the place de Catalunya. I was only 2 minutes late but there was Miss J waiting patiently having negotiated her way through an unsuccessful shopping centre visit (bemoaning the lack of price tags though these ...
... a blog on a cycling adventure with a treatise on mountaineering.
The Haute Pyrenees is cycling stage race that takes place over seven days travelling 750km from Ripoli north of Barcelona to Biarritz on the Atlantic coast of France. In doing so, it traverses the classic climbs of the Tour de France and the Vuelta d’ Espagne through the mountains and valleys of the Pyrenees ascends about 20000m. Yes - that’s ...
According to our port information, there are two fables about the birth of Barcelona. One says that it was founded by Hamilcar Barca, father of Hannibal the 3rd century conqueror. The second says Hercules built the city 400 years before the birth of Rome.
The plan for today was to get on one of the cities hop on hop off buses and see the sights from the comfort of an open deck. After catching the ships shuttle bus into town we headed to the nearest bus ...
... some oysters which were 3 euros each, so I ate one and put some hot sauce on it. the lady winced in pain when I did this and Amanda said she was upset that I "ruined it". I said, "it's ok, i can be a dumb tourist once in a while!" Percebes are something I have never seen before. they looked like barnacles. I have since done some research and they are GOOSE NECK BARNACLES and harvested off rocky cliffs of northern Spain. They are supposedly ...
... to get seats and to ensure they still have their popular dishes, but even when we had to wait the friendly waiters tried to make us comfortable by bringing food and drink while we were standing.
The Ye’s left for Morocco after a week with us in Barcelona, and during the next week the Rajani’s got ready for Christmas and the arrival of another set of friends, Yumi, Grant, Quinn and Kai Cho! Quinn and Cole are very good friends so it was his ...