We chose this accomodation as we wanted a romantic city break, on a rather tight budget. We tended to use the apartment only for sleeping, showering and making dinner. luckily Barcelona has so much to do so we hardly stayed in.
We were on the third floor, which consisted of three rooms (one big dorm and 3 smaller rooms) Though the building itself was rather rickety and retro, the location was fantastic!!
Check in is a bit awkward as you have to call up in advance and meet outside the Hard Rock Cafe, but he was on time so no problems there.
Funky, design decor as we entered and a large, well equipt kitchen that catered to my culinary experiments! Gas stove AND oven meant I could make a variety of dishes.
Free internet between 10am-10pm
Fantastic location. Pretty cosy overall but we were lucky that it was not peak season and we more or less had the place to ourselves. On the first night there was a large group next door, that were loud and disruptive. Perhaps not a very romantic place to stay in peak time. Probably better for backpackers in peak.
As there is no reception and you rarely see any staff except upon arrival, it almost feels like this is your own little apartment. However, this is probably as we were lucky enough not to have to share it with others most of the trip.
Our double room was very cramped, consisting of a rather small double bed, a wardrobe and not much space to move around in between. Though on the plus side it motivated us to get out of there and make the most of Barcelona.
The bathroom was clean, however the toilet seemed to be leaking and the floor was always wet despite the lack of guests using it.
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- Also Known As:
- Ramcat Hotel Barcelona
- Poprooms Barcelona Catalonia