Hotel Ramblas Barcelona

Ramblas, 33, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the El Raval area of Barcelona, is near Palau Guell, Columbus Monument (Monument a Colom), Mirador de Colon, and Maritime Museum (Museu Maritim).
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Ramblas Barcelona

    Waiting on Basil

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    Stayed in this hotel for valentines day treat. Previous review called it Faulty Towers and I agree. Also stayed on fifth floor with sliding door onto sheer drop and brick wall. Lifts are very slow. The room was dark and cramped. Bathroom was clean and almost bigger than the bedroom. Rooms at the back do not have windows rooms at the front onto the Ramblas have windows but outside noise.The noise when someone in any other room flushes the toilet or has a shower is like a power hose on a tin roof and is scary the first time you hear it. The staff are unhelpful and verging on rude.The bar is poorly stocked if you drink something other than wine or beer. The breakfast on both mornings was cold and we ended up going out to a pavement cafe. The only good point about this hotel is the location and that is not enough to make me want to go back.

    Sleepless in Barcelona

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    Location - excellent. Right on the most interesting street in Barcelona and only about 15-20 minutes stroll to a very pretty harbour. Lots of small resaurants and coffee shops within a very few minutes stroll. Room - quite awful for the price we paid. Nothing like the photo on the website. 2 single beds together. Room was on 5th floor and inside, so no view. It was about 1/2 metre longer then the beds, quite wide, but felt very dark and claustrophobic. Poor quality decoration and fittings. Mini-Bar with expensive cold drinks but no facilities for making tea/coffee. Closet had a safe, but we had to rent a PIN-enabling key for it at reception - 2.5 Euros/day. Bathroom was clean, but shower was a little bit strange setup. Over the bath tub - no curtain and a short outside wall, meaning that if the flow wasn't almost vetical, the floor outside the bath tub got very wet. There was a curtain across 1 short wall of the bedroom, just inside the door. We looked inside, thinking "balcony" - there was a new-looking patio door, but it opened onto a sheer drop and a view of a concrete wall opposite. No lock, so very dangerous for kids. Despite advertised "soundproofing", loud bathroom noises from at least 2 adjoining rooms during early hours of almost every morning. Plus point - breakfast buffet was really very good. Good choice of cereals, tea/coffee/juices, ham, salamis, breads, cheese and fruit. Staff were reasonably efficient and friendly, particularly room maid who did a very nice job every day, but 2 requests for wake-up calls didn't work. If we hadn't had a mobile phone with alarm, we'd have missed our flight home for sure. Room key card was needed to get to the elevators (good idea) but often didn't work. For what we paid (about 900 Euros for 6 nights) we were really very disappointed. If we hadn't pre-paid before arriving, we would have moved after the first night. Don't stay here if you're a light sleeper, don't have your own alarm clock, prefer some daylight or are put off by a scruffy looking, cramped room. Really "Fawlty Towers".

    Ramblas Hotel - Excellent

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    We stayed here January 2004 for a long weekend & were very pleased with the accommodation. Room faced onto Ramblas & perhaps because we were out of season or on 5th floor, there was no noise. We were extremely pleased with the fittings & fixtures and had no complaints. Staff were very pleasant & friendly and breakfast was tasty & more than adequate. All in all, for what we paid for this room, we were more than satisfied and would have no hesitation in booking again in the future.

    Overpriced Hotel Ramblas

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    I and my husband stayed in the hotel for 3 nights in March 2004. The hotel was very expensive but it didn't worth it. Location is perfect, right in the center of Barcelona but the room was windowless and small. Bathroom was also very crampy and cleaning ladies didn't even put new soap/shampoo every day. The breakfast was ok but not great either. I'd like to note that electricity can be switched ON only if you are inside the room. Basically it means you can't charge camera batteries while you are away and this is disappointing! So next time I prefer to get cheaper hotel not in the center but with windows and bigger rooms.

    Great position but no window and the noise was a problem

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    Stayed at end of Easter holidays 2004 with three children. Great position. The children had a nice triple room with balcony looking over a yard and back of one of Gaudis earliest buildings. We had an internal room with no window which was stuffy.We did not suffer from external noise but the flushing of toilets in any nearby rooms sounds like a metal shed being cleaned with a power hose We had the air conditioning on the first two nights which cleared the air but the last night it only put out hot air. I dont think we would stay there again despite other advantages

    Exellent position & friendly staff

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    We stayed for three nights Jan 04, and agree with the previous comments.Excellent,clean rooms and good breakfasts, only negative the NOISE.We had a 3rd floor room on the front, whilst the view was great,the Ramblas is a very busy street,with lots of night life.When I go there again I will definately request a room on the top floors, at the back.

    Ramblas hoteles

    from

    This hotel is very good in many ways.My room was situated at the front so I had a terrific view of the Ramblas. The only problem was the noise - the rooms aren't soundproof so you end up with a lot of noise during the night. But the rest was top. I enjoyed the breakfast. The rooms were very clean and modern. They have a restaurant with a good menu in a low price range. The rooms are air-conditionned.

    Excellent location!

    from

    Excellent location and good value for money although the nightclub nextdoor was noisy until 1am every night I was there! We asked when checking in for a quiet room away from the Ramblas. The only room available was cupboard-like on the second floor. The view was of a wall in a 6ftx6ft courtyard a bit disappointing to say the least! Although the room was cramped the hotel's location is fantastic and the breakfast is excellent, served in a bright and pleasant room.

    What a big cochroach!

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    I agree with other reviewers who say the location of the hotel is perfect, but if you happen to get a room in the building which has not been renovated you may find yourself in a shabby room, sharing your tiny bathroom with a cockroach!

    Great Hotel - Superb Location

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    Stayed at the Hotel during the Easter Holidays 2003.The Hotel has a great location right at the heart of the Rambla and is perfectly situated for any new visitors to Barcelona.Hotel was Very Clean, staff were excellent and I wouldn't think twice about returning there.Great value for money.

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