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Offering a heated rooftop pool with a large sun terrace, TWO Hotel Barcelona by Axel is located in the heart of the gay district of Barcelona, 2 km from Barceloneta Beach. Folks upgraded standard room to premium room for us. We stayed with my boyfriend and..
Pestana Arena Barcelona is less than 5 minutes’ walk from Barcelona’s Plaza Espanya and Fira Exhibition Centre. It offers a gym, sauna and modern, air-conditioned rooms with free wired internet... Desk staff was very helpful with all our questions.
Set just off Gran Vía and a 2-minute walk from Plaza Espanya Metro Station and the Fira Exhibition Centre, Ofelias Hotel offers stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi. Great location within an excellent spot for restaurants and shopping, hotel is modern and great...
Hotel Vilamarí is set 250 metres from Plaza de Espanya Metro Station and the Fira de Barcelona Exhibition Centre. This design hotel features a terrace and a small gym with Turkish Bath. Excellent location to all bus and metro stations
Hotel Concordia Barcelona is situated 800 metres from Plaza España and the Fira de Barcelona Exhibition Centre. Rooms are spacious Staff very friendly and helpful Location is superb
Located in Barcelona’s Eixample District, beside Rocafort Metro Station and 15 minutes’ walk from Plaza Catalunya, Chi Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi. Excellent location, very clean. Everything is just perfect.
Ideally located in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona, Hotel Brick Barcelona is set 700 metres from Magic Fountain of Montjuic, 2.3 km from Montjuïc and 2.4 km from Palau Sant Jordi. The Hotel common areas, as well as the room, were extremely clean.
Boasting 1950s décor, this modern hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi and flat-screen satellite TV. Barcelona’s Plaza Espanya is 8 minutes’ walk away. The hotel has a good location, the stuff was very polite and the room was nice and clean as...
We only saw Montjuic from afar - on the hop on hop off. Wish we had taken the time to see it but with only three days in Barcelona we didn't have time. If I go back this would be on my to do list. It looks spectacular.
Definitely worth the time to stop and see. Very crowded but you can see the fountain from most places around the area. During winter (October-March) the fountain runs only Friday and Saturday night 2100-2230.
Good experience. Get there early to get a good seat. We got there 45 minutes early and had a hard time getting a good spot to sit. Also the show only runs Thursday-Sunday so going on Wednesday is not ideal. There's also a good view of the sunset over the city from here
This gets very busy if you go up close just be aware of your surroundings as while you are ingrossed with the water display there are pick pockets around we rumbled one who weren't to pleased with us for doing so
We took the metro there at 9.30pm on a saturday night, and felt very safe. Came home after an hour of fun watching the show. Walked around the fountains in a crowd of happy tourists and locals.The train was overcrowded but we never had trouble with pick pockets or hoons.
Visit early, the fountains are advertised as 21:00-23:30; we arrived at 23:00 and the show was all finished. The cafe refused to allow our children use their toilet as they were rushing to close- very unfriendly!