Hotels Near Bar Grog In Barcelona

4.5/5Excellent4 Reviews
0.35km from Bar Grog
My wife and I stayed at the Mila Apartments in November 2019. We absolutely loved the apartment and the location! The beds and showers were comfortable and the neighborhood was quiet, safe, and accommodating. We loved staying in Gràcia; it's a quiet residential neighborhood with many options for food and groceries nearby. It's a quick 10-minute walk to either the Joanic or Verdaguer metro stops, which gives you easy access to the rest of the city. Whenever we had questions about the apartment, Martina from reception responded promptly and helpfully to every email. When we return to Barcelona, Mila Apartments will be the first place we consider!
FromUS$120.00
3.1/510 Reviews
0.4km from Bar Grog
Offering accommodation with air conditioning, My Space Barcelona Gracia Pool Terrace is situated in Barcelona, 1 km from La Pedrera. Sagrada Familia is 1.1 km away. Free WiFi is provided .Featuring a terrace, all units include a seating and dining area. All units have a kitchen fitted with a dishwasher and oven. A microwave, a toaster and fridge are also offered, as well as a coffee machine. There is a private bathroom with a bath and bidet in every unit. Towels are available.My Space Barcelona Gracia Pool Terr also includes a year-round outdoor pool.Park Güell is 1.4 km from My Space Barcelona Gracia Pool Terrace. Barcelona El Prat Airport is 14 km from the property. Private parking is available on site.
FromUS$272.00
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.44km from Bar Grog
Great flat, very well organized, clean, very quiet, near to the metro in a marvelous area. You'll enjoy it! It has a back view, with a nice balcony. The living room is quite big, as well as the dormitory. We traveled with our little kid and he enjoyed a lot the space inside.
FromUS$116.00
3.5/510 Reviews
0.49km from Bar Grog
We stayed here for one night before going elsewhere. It was fine, quite basic, no fridge, kettle etc. Checking in was tricky as we didn’t copy the email which mentioned how to check in. We struggled getting a connection to download the mail to get our code in order to get the room key. We asked for a twin room and did receive it. I might stay here again if I was staying for one night again, not for any more than that, after our stay we met friends and stayed further down this road and that place had everything. The location was good, easy access to public transport, we walked easily to Sagrada Familia and other places of interest. There is a nice shopping street close by and some great places to eat.
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4.5/5Excellent1 Reviews
0.52km from Bar Grog
My family and I stayed at this B&B for 3 nights and we loved it. Very clean and tidy even though the bathrooms were shared they were immaculate. Very quiet. The location is about 15 mins walk to city center which was great for us as we enjoy walking. Breakfast could do with few more items but we didn't mind, was enough to start the day. Thank you very much to the Romanian lady to helped us during the stay. Would definitely recommend.
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0/50 Reviews
0.53km from Bar Grog
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.58km from Bar Grog
I wanted to stay in Gracia so this was a great location. We arrived and departed from Barcelona Sants station and the L3 goes right there and it isn’t a far walk from the Lesseps metro. We booked a twin share as there weren’t any doubles available but I loved the room. It had a high ceiling, shelves/tables to put things and a wardrobe. I like a heavier blanket, not because I was cold but just because it’s a comfort thing. The shower could be a bit tricky to operate. But I’d book it again and recommend to others. We had a couple of noisy neighbours but that isn’t the hotel’s fault. Just inconsiderate guests. If you want modern, not the place for you. Also lots of great vegan options for us in the gracia area. Wonderful area to walk around
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4.6/5Outstanding34 Reviews
0.59km from Bar Grog
My stay at the HG Suites was mid week through the weekend. I had a room on the seventh floor, so this may be why all the other reviews about noise are lost on me - I didn't hear much noise from the street (only a little from 06h to 06h30 on Sunday morning from the pizza joint across the road on the side street) and certainly nothing from the metro. From what I could tell from the floor map, most rooms are on the side street, not Via Augusta, so I don't see why noise should be an issue. The bed was very firm and blissfully comfortable, though the pillows were too soft for my liking. The rainforest shower was amazing. Housekeeping was thorough and remembered everything. They did, however, annoy me when they kept turning the air con off so I'd come back to a humid and stuffy room. I believe a guests preference for the entire night they paid for should override housekeeping's comfort for the 20 mins they're in there. The room was sold to me with no mention of breakfast being included, yet croissants, juice and coffee every morning for free was a pleasant perk. Snacks are available from a 'vending machine' - drinks just sit on a shelf, they're not refrigerated as there's no door, so warm water and warm coke are the drink options. The only problems for me were the painfully slow elevator and the fact that my door key seemed to reset every evening so I had to keep returning to the reception to have it recoded. These are obviously not huge problems. I'd recommend this place.
FromUS$67.00
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.6km from Bar Grog
Le Palacete is a 10 room boutique hotel converted from a luxurious private home built near the turn of the XX century. Located in the Gracia area the rooms are beautiful, large and quiet. But what really makes this hotel the place that you should stay is its manager - Ricardo Page. Ricardo is a very experienced hotelier that to me epitomizes the traditional innkeeper - he goes out of his way to ensure the comfort and enjoyment of his guests. Two examples: - My wife briefly mentioned that we were celebrating our anniversary the day after we arrived, and, sure enough he brought up a bottle of cava on ice for us. - And this takes the cake: When we arrived at the airport the morning of our departure we realized that we had left my wife's passport in the safe in our room. I phoned Ricardo to arrange to have him send it to me in a taxi. But that is not Ricardo. He showed up himself at the airport a half hour later on his motorcycle. That's service folks. Breakfasts were simple, ample and well cooked, and Laurie, the housekeeper and cook is equally delightful and guest conscious.
FromUS$100.00
4.7/5Outstanding4 Reviews
0.62km from Bar Grog
I chose Casa Gracia knowing well the wonderful context of its wonderful building. I opted for a double room, accepting to spend more then my usual budget (140 euro each night excluding breakfast and local tax) allured by the many wonderful pictures portraying a classy hotel. Reality was way different. First they put me and my husband in a L-shaped twin room with the two bed behind a corner, then when we asked to be put in the reserved double after way too much insisting (the manager having seen two men told us that double rooms are available only upon availability which is totally ridiculous because we booked and paid three weeks in advance explicitly for a double on booking where no where it was stated) we obtained a minuscule double, 8 square meter max including bathroom with zero frills and not even a paper cup to drink water. Room was clean and bed comfy, small bathroom quite ok, but everything conceived for maximizing profit. I give 2 stars because the state of the room was ok, the initial check-in girl was very mannered and professional and the clean personal serious and kind -all young people verify likely to be underpaid. I hate to give bad reviews and I usually I am tolerant, but I hate even more feeling ripped off. Barcelona is getting out of control because of the immense pressure due to tourism, but if I spend 420 euro for 3 nights I expect a honest portrayal of the rooms one gets and I definitely don’t need to insist to get a double if I book and pay upfront for a double. I didn’t order a superior, but I didn’t expect to get an inferior lilliputian cubicle. Never ever again.
FromUS$167.00
4.3/5Excellent13 Reviews
0.64km from Bar Grog
This will probably be a long review, but I'd like to adress every situation and circumstances around my stay. I arrived just before the lockdown because of the Corona virus. I had to go to Barcelona for work, but shortly after I arrived everything closed down including the job I came here for. I had read a lot of the reviews about this hostel before I arrived, so I was pretty much prepared. I also have a lot of experience from traveling and staying at dozens of different hostels around the world, so I know what you can usually expect. I'll start with the pros first. The hostel is perfectly located close to La Sagrada Familia, shops and restaurants, and the hostel itself has a beautiful, urban and edgy design. I loved the lamps in the ceiling, the arcade machines, the swing chairs and the cozy reading nook. I do not agree at all with all the negative reviews about the helpfulness and friendliness from the staff. When I wanted to switch rooms (because I had this lady in my room who was coughing and snoring loud all night so I couldn't sleep), they were more than happy to accustom to my needs (snoring is pretty common in hostels though, but this was severe including coughing during the Corona outbreak). Every question I had was answered with kindness, even the guard who spoke really good English was kind (I've seen some people writing the opposite). About young / loud people, well, it's a hostel. It's usually social. If you want quiet, you live at a hotel. I met some really cool people, and I would never enjoyed myself so much alone at a hotel. Now over to the cons. I've seen the reviews about loud children running around. They annoyed me too, but instead of just being annoyed and going straight to writing a negative review I decided to politely ask the guy in the reception what the deal with the kids was. Do they live here, I asked. When I got my answer I felt humble and saw it differently, because this hostel are taking in refugees and people who has no home for their families. I sympathized with that and moved on. I had to leave one day sooner because of the lockdown, so I asked if it was possible to get my last night refunded. The lady in the reception said that could not be done, but she apologized and I think she would help me with the refund if it was possible. After that I went downstairs to the fridge to have a glass of white wine. I had bough a bottle the previous day and was saving it for my last night. Well, here comes both a con and a warning. Do not put your stuff in the fridge!! My wine was gone along with a salad, a white pasta dish and some other stuff. I'm pretty sure I was the only guest left besides the refugees, because of the lockdown. I do sympathize with people who has little and are struggling, but stealing (especially at a place you're staying and sharing with others) is an extremely bad trait in my book and it's so petty. It's only a bottle of wine and food, but it is the principle of being honest and not stealing from
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0/50 Reviews
0.65km from Bar Grog
With a stay at BeMate BCN PG115 in Barcelona (Gracia), you'll be steps from Passeig de Gracia and 5 minutes by foot from Casa Mila. This apartment is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Casa Batllo and 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Rambla de Catalunya.Take in the views from a terrace.Make yourself at home in one of the 9 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected.
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Hotels Near Bar Grog In Barcelona Review

4.7/5277 Reviews
Fortunately, I chose this hotel at the beginning, and I was quite satisfied with it, especially the Chinese staff and comfortable beds. Would recommend to friends. Location: It is about 30 minutes by taxi from the airport and the price is about 35 Euros. Going to the airport can ask the front desk for help. There are two supermarkets within 100 meters from the entrance and turning left. The medium-sized (much larger than 7-11) has everything in stock, especially the second one is more complete! Closed on Sundays, the slightly larger one is open until 21:30. Because there are so many thieves in the subway, the whole process is mainly walking and taxiing. The subway station does not know how far away. It is about a 10-minute walk from Casa Mila and Casa Batlló, and nearby (15-minute walk) there are Chinese food and a super delicious shop. Hygiene, facilities: Very clean, two bottles of free mineral water every day, and non-heavy chocolates on the pillow. The bed was comfortable, not hard or soft, and the quilt was particularly comfortable. Hangers, disposable slippers, disposable toiletries, kettle, refrigerator, safe are all available, and there is a mini pool and gym upstairs. Fruits and discount cards were also given on the first day of stay. Service: the best! On the first day, the front desk was assisted by a young Chinese service man who helped bring luggage to the room and sent us a map to introduce the location of the attractions. I can basically meet him in the next few days, greet him warmly, and asked him many questions, I really appreciate it! The service is also highly recommended for this hotel. Some suggestions: The shelf in the bathroom will touch the arm, the air conditioner in the room will respond slowly, and both pieces of the bathrobe will be damaged.
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FromUS$174.00
4.8/512 Reviews
Barri Gotic
Stayed here for three nights in July. We ended up here by accident after our original hotel cancelled, but couldn’t have worked out better. The junior suite is generous by any hotel’s standards and the bathroom is excellent. The hotel is really well located, and we more or less walked everywhere. You can walk to the really nice restaurant district of Born and the beach very easily as well. The staff were really helpful and couldn’t do enough for you, despite the challenging circumstances all hotels find themselves in at the moment. The rooftop bar is the highlight though, with stunning views across the city, great cocktails and and a great soundtrack. Sitting in the pool and then having drinks up there was a highlight of the holiday. We especially enjoyed the rooftop bar’s ‘Instagram corner’ where bored but clearly well trained boyfriends/husbands would take 847 pictures of a partner pouting at various different angles or acrobatic poses. The one woman dance routine on one occasion was a little much though. Maybe we’re just too British. When things return to normal (please!) we will definitely be back. Strongly recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a bit of style and luxury in their holiday. Special shout out to the reception staff who were very patient with my Spanish! It made me feel much more competent than I am.
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FromUS$209.00
5/53 Reviews
Villa Olimpica
What an amazing Hotel it should be 5 star! It was a little off putting when we arrived as there was a small homeless camp outside, but there was no bother from any of them, and once inside it was soon forgotten about! On arrival, check in was quick and we were offered a welcome drink, Cava for us and water for my daughter, she also received a H10 teddy and a sweet! The lovely man checking us in (i'm so sorry i forgot your name) noticed it was my 30th Birthday that day and gave us a room upgrade to a suite. The view from this room was unbelievably awesome with a window the full length of the room! The bed was huge and so comfy, the bathroom was well stocked with every toiletry/accessory you'd need and had a jacuzzi bath! The coffee machine in the room was brilliant. We had a cocktail at the bar which was good, and although a bit expensive was the same price as most in the area. One downside was the outdoor rooftop pool wasn't heated which meant although it was open, it was far too cold to use! Lovely seating area up there though which we made use of. A huge thank you to the hotel for the delivery in the evening to our room of Cava, Chocolate Mousse, sweets, cookies and chocolate covered strawberries, The room upgrade was more than enough, and this was so unexpected, what a lovely way to end my birthday! In the morning we were able to watch the sunrise from our bed with a coffee which was very lovely! Breakfast was incredible, nothing was missing, all well stocked and nothing ever ran out! Check Out was super quick and we were able to leave our bags for a few hours before we moved to our next hotel. Biggest downside about our stay was it was only for 1 night, we wished we had booked for longer!
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FromUS$155.00
5/51 Reviews
I travelled with my children and we had a superior room with three separate beds. The room was spacious and we had a view of the beach across the road. I have given five stars as the hotel delivers what it sets out to. The staff were very helpful before I travelled, as well as during our stay. I liked that they sent me a survey whilst I was there. We had assumed the air conditioning was not working because we travelled offseason. We were offered an upgrade, which we did not take, however, we did get a fan and this helped a lot.The staff also helped me book tickets online, checked us in early. Customer service was excellent. The restaurants nearby are excellent, for breakfast, lunch, dinner whatever you prefer. There is a shopping centre nearby which a great variety of food, we chose the tapas.
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4.5/510 Reviews
Just checking out of the hotel after a great weekend in Barcelona with my son to watch Barcelona play Getafe. The hotel is in a good location just 10 minute walk from Collblanc Metro station with direct links to the airport and 10 minutes to Nou Camp for the game. The check in staff were great on Friday afternoon, also the cleaners were polite and always said hello. The cafe / bar is best avoided. The staff try to ignore you, on my first visit the two members of staff spent 5 minutes trying to avoid me, the lady on Friday evening even came from behind the bar, straightened the four chairs next to me then walked away. We ate in the hotel on Saturday night, the prices are reasonable but the quality is lacking. Also the food available was disappointing, many items in the short menu were out of stock. When we got the bill I was told that the bottle of tap water we also had wasn’t on the bill but we had to pay an extra €3 for this. Not sure if this went through the till or in the top jar. Last night I bought a 1/2 litre jug of sangria to take to the room, was charged the €5.65 as per the menu but the drink was given in a glass the same size as a standard sangria I had on Saturday night. I questioned this with the bar staff but they were adamant they were right. In the room after I had finished the glass, I filled the glass up with tap water using the 200ml bottle of sprite we also bought. It was no surprise that the 500ml sangria glass only takes 400ml of the liquid. As we checked out, my son went to reception a minute before me to get some €1 coins for a few games of pool before we left. He asked the receptionist, who gave him 4 x 50c coins in return. He said this wasn’t enough but she dismissed him. When I walked down moments later he was upset so I challenged the receptionist. She said she was right but after my insistence she back down and gave us the other €2 back. She said the hotel did. It have any €1 coins. We asked at the bar, but he didn’t have any either. We could have just been unlucky with the water charge, the sangria being short and with my son being short changed at reception, I will never know. I would not return to this hotel to find out. Please book somewhere else.
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FromUS$74.00
4.8/58 Reviews
We spent 4 nights at the hotel in December, although a little way out of the center, the area was fine with many bars, restaurants, bakery/coffee shops. The subway close by, easy to navigate to the airport by train on a direct line and into the city. Sagrada Familia cathedral on same road, 10 minute walk. The staff were very helpful, good command of English and the rooms clean/well serviced but in line with most European city’s, small side. Kettle coffee/milk etc in the room. Superb power shower, in fact the best of any hotel I have ever stayed in. Had breakfast there once, €11 and was fine, the usual continental type, but coffee shops nearby much cheaper if you are just looking for coffee/croissant. I wouldn’t hesitate staying there again and noticed they had an outside area off the breakfast room, and large seating area on the upper floor that anyone can access.
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