Hotels Near Bar L Estudiant In Vic

4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.11km from Bar L estudiant
I stayed here for business whilst visiting the University of Vic. The hotel is in a beautiful old building with a gorgeous garden. The room wasn’t huge but the bed was large and very comfortable and the shower was excellent. The breakfast selection each morning was plentiful, including plenty of fresh bread, pastries and fruit. The staff were very welcoming, exceedingly helpful, pleasant and well presented. When I asked for an iron to press shirts, they took them away and did them for me (no charge). I was doing a lot of work and the WiFi was reliable and super fast. I understand it is quite a new hotel and it has been decorated to a high standard. It is in a nice location, very close to the main square in Vic in the narrow, cobbled streets of the old town. I didn’t eat in the restaurant so can’t comment but I would certainly stay there again.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.44km from Bar L estudiant
Stayed for one night - July 2018. The hotel is very centrally located near the old town of Vic. The room was clean and tidy and the air conditioning in the room worked so well that I woke up freezing in the middle of the night because I had set the temperature too low just to be on the safe side. Good breakfast and English speaking staff. Would visit again.
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4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.55km from Bar L estudiant
Review based on one night stay on August 28, priced paid: 62 Euros. 1. Access. Not easy to get to it. One small driveway off a busy street, I drove by it twice and thought that alley is the entrance to a parking, which it was, you need to drive through a gated parking lot to get to the hotel. get a ticket, it will be your way out after you pay at the hotel. 2. Location. Fair. Not far from the centre, about 15 to 20 minutes walking. I drove. 6 euros overnight parking in front of the hotel. 3. Building. That is nice, an old Seminari building with some history behind. It is a college, so be aware if you are going during school semesters it will be busy, the hotel is on the 2nd and 3rd floor when all the classes are on the ground and lower floor. You will be walking some distance to the elevators trough students. Although the building is nice it lack the convenience. 4. Facilities. Nice bar and restaurant. However, the breakfast is not cheap and the food is less than decent. It has modern elevators and a nice courtyard, again, quiet in the night time, busy during the day hours in the school season. See pictures. There were 3 power failures in the night I was there, I assume the usage of AC units? Regardless it was very unpleasant, not to mention hot. Doors automatically locked with the power surge, unable to get in. All floors have doors from the hallways and main stair wells and the card readers did not work to get in. Hard to get around with lights off. 5. Rooms. Modern, updated but built at minimum comfort. Good for students, a little less for tourists. No fridge !!! Ridiculously tiny 16” TV hand installed poorly on the wall with dangling cables. Poor Wi-Fi and the 3rd floor, constantly disconnecting. Ugly view at the rear yard. Unmaintained grounds. 6. Bathroom. Good looking, modern, fixtures but the practicality was pushed to the limits. The shower is on times. It reminded me of showers in Provincial Parks. Poor selection of soap and shower gel. I expected a little better. 7. Staff. Although willing to help, they were not very supportive and accommodating. Poor record keeping. I was charged 7 euros for an upgrade that was already paid for, refunded eventually but inconvenient. Absurd city maps. Copies of copies on 11x8 plain paper, absurd quality when every other hotel throughout Spain ( 2 weeks) offered the free standard large size color prints from ministry of tourism. That was more than negligence and disregard, a tourist information office is a few blocks down the road and offer there publication absolutely free; hotel staff only had to go and pick them up. Not advising anybody whether to go to this hotel or not. Read and draw your own conclusion, I am only trying to be unbiased. Cheers!
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.81km from Bar L estudiant
This hotel is situated opposite of the hospital in Vic. Don't make a mistake. You might think that you are IN the hospital if you are in the hotel, but you are wrong. The rooms, the smell, the decoration, it all reminds you of the hospital. Don't take the elevator! if you step in, it moves about 30 cm down and you may fall down in it. Take the stairs, but be aware that some steps are broken. The rooms are poor. very poor. My toilet was in my room and so was my bathroom. When I was taking a shower, or went to the toilet, all patients of th ehospital could see me sitting. There are no amenities. If you take a shower, the room is flooded. No minibar, no water. nothing. really nothing. Walls are made of cardboard so you hear everything in all rooms around. you want to sleep? forget it!!! Breakfast is poor. When I checked out, the lady didn't even thanked me. She is, just like everybody, waiting until this hotel will close so the rooms can be a part of the hospital. Stay away!
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Hotels Near Bar L Estudiant In Vic Review

4.4/510 Reviews
Stayed for one night - July 2018. The hotel is very centrally located near the old town of Vic. The room was clean and tidy and the air conditioning in the room worked so well that I woke up freezing in the middle of the night because I had set the temperature too low just to be on the safe side. Good breakfast and English speaking staff. Would visit again.
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4.3/510 Reviews
Review based on one night stay on August 28, priced paid: 62 Euros. 1. Access. Not easy to get to it. One small driveway off a busy street, I drove by it twice and thought that alley is the entrance to a parking, which it was, you need to drive through a gated parking lot to get to the hotel. get a ticket, it will be your way out after you pay at the hotel. 2. Location. Fair. Not far from the centre, about 15 to 20 minutes walking. I drove. 6 euros overnight parking in front of the hotel. 3. Building. That is nice, an old Seminari building with some history behind. It is a college, so be aware if you are going during school semesters it will be busy, the hotel is on the 2nd and 3rd floor when all the classes are on the ground and lower floor. You will be walking some distance to the elevators trough students. Although the building is nice it lack the convenience. 4. Facilities. Nice bar and restaurant. However, the breakfast is not cheap and the food is less than decent. It has modern elevators and a nice courtyard, again, quiet in the night time, busy during the day hours in the school season. See pictures. There were 3 power failures in the night I was there, I assume the usage of AC units? Regardless it was very unpleasant, not to mention hot. Doors automatically locked with the power surge, unable to get in. All floors have doors from the hallways and main stair wells and the card readers did not work to get in. Hard to get around with lights off. 5. Rooms. Modern, updated but built at minimum comfort. Good for students, a little less for tourists. No fridge !!! Ridiculously tiny 16” TV hand installed poorly on the wall with dangling cables. Poor Wi-Fi and the 3rd floor, constantly disconnecting. Ugly view at the rear yard. Unmaintained grounds. 6. Bathroom. Good looking, modern, fixtures but the practicality was pushed to the limits. The shower is on times. It reminded me of showers in Provincial Parks. Poor selection of soap and shower gel. I expected a little better. 7. Staff. Although willing to help, they were not very supportive and accommodating. Poor record keeping. I was charged 7 euros for an upgrade that was already paid for, refunded eventually but inconvenient. Absurd city maps. Copies of copies on 11x8 plain paper, absurd quality when every other hotel throughout Spain ( 2 weeks) offered the free standard large size color prints from ministry of tourism. That was more than negligence and disregard, a tourist information office is a few blocks down the road and offer there publication absolutely free; hotel staff only had to go and pick them up. Not advising anybody whether to go to this hotel or not. Read and draw your own conclusion, I am only trying to be unbiased. Cheers!
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4.5/55 Reviews
I stayed here for business whilst visiting the University of Vic. The hotel is in a beautiful old building with a gorgeous garden. The room wasn’t huge but the bed was large and very comfortable and the shower was excellent. The breakfast selection each morning was plentiful, including plenty of fresh bread, pastries and fruit. The staff were very welcoming, exceedingly helpful, pleasant and well presented. When I asked for an iron to press shirts, they took them away and did them for me (no charge). I was doing a lot of work and the WiFi was reliable and super fast. I understand it is quite a new hotel and it has been decorated to a high standard. It is in a nice location, very close to the main square in Vic in the narrow, cobbled streets of the old town. I didn’t eat in the restaurant so can’t comment but I would certainly stay there again.
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4/510 Reviews
This hotel is situated opposite of the hospital in Vic. Don't make a mistake. You might think that you are IN the hospital if you are in the hotel, but you are wrong. The rooms, the smell, the decoration, it all reminds you of the hospital. Don't take the elevator! if you step in, it moves about 30 cm down and you may fall down in it. Take the stairs, but be aware that some steps are broken. The rooms are poor. very poor. My toilet was in my room and so was my bathroom. When I was taking a shower, or went to the toilet, all patients of th ehospital could see me sitting. There are no amenities. If you take a shower, the room is flooded. No minibar, no water. nothing. really nothing. Walls are made of cardboard so you hear everything in all rooms around. you want to sleep? forget it!!! Breakfast is poor. When I checked out, the lady didn't even thanked me. She is, just like everybody, waiting until this hotel will close so the rooms can be a part of the hospital. Stay away!
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FromUS$53