Hotels Near Tapas Sin Fronteras In Barcelona

4.1/5Very Good9 Reviews
0.06km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
Rooms= very good everything you could want Beds=comfy,choice of pillows is offered Bathroom = again everything you could want, shower gel etc provided along with tooth brushes/tooth paste and comb In room drinks = didn’t use but fridge has refreshments in and tea coffee appeared well stocked Parking = €15 per day underground Lift = say 6 people but alarm goes of with 3+ made me feel fat Bar= good service but very quiet Breakfast = plenty of choice especially with the cold offerings BUT the hot,bacon,sausage,and eggs all cold even though they had just come out of the kitchen, so can’t really understand why. Generally= appears to be the place of choice for visitors who love the smell of mothballs which can be somewhat off putting for someone from the UK
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5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.2km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
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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4.1/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.46km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
Exceptional place to stay. 24 hours service from the reception. We had a quality time at Barcelona and at this hotel - such a great location and great staff. They even agreed to keep our luggage and tagged them so professionally, and we were able to collect them back at midnight. There were several apartments close to the cost of this hotel, but trust me, 'Hotels are Hotels', and this is indeed a Star hotel. I would definitely recommend to anyone.
FromUS$83
4.5/5Excellent32 Reviews
0.62km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
We had a lovely long weekend in Barcelona at the end of February. We always stay in a Hilton if at all possible and the deal we booked luckily included staying at the Diagonal Mar. Lovely welcome - nothing was too much trouble - lots of information on the metro and how to get around to get the most out of our stay. The room was spacious, comfortable and spotlessly clean as was the bathroom area. On the first morning, the hairdryer stopped working almost immediately and I rang Reception without a lot of hope - in less than five minutes, a member of the Housekeeping team was at my door with an excellent replacement - very impressed. There was a lovely food court directly opposite the hotel with a number of restaurants which covered for all tastes. The breakfast eggs bendict in the bar dining area was excellent and very good value for money. For us, Hilton came up trumps again and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend
FromUS$149
0/50 Reviews
0.76km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
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4.3/5Excellent44 Reviews
0.83km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
The price of this hotel is still relatively high, the corridors in the hotel are designed to be unique and special, like in a museum. The rooms are very welcoming and very clean and comfortable. The hotel also has dry steaming and steaming rooms and exercise equipment. The hotel's breakfast will cost around £11. The hotel is about 10 minutes walk from the right turn to the beach.
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4.4/5Excellent17 Reviews
0.85km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
The recommended hotel to participate in the conference is also the location of the conference venue, which is relatively close to the coast. There is also a large shopping mall on the other side, and it is easier to get to the subway. The only disadvantage is that it is too far away from the urban area, it is best to get a subway ticket if you often go out to play. The rooms are well-equipped and you should only use your own slippers; there is a small gym on the 3rd floor with comprehensive equipment. Since the meeting comes with meal vouchers, the buffet lunch provided is not bad, but others don't know.
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4.1/5Very Good43 Reviews
0.89km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
The hotel is quite dramatic to look at and is in the Forum part of Barcelona. Good tram and train service is nearby. Rooms were adequate and cleaned daily. View would have been brill , we were on 17th floor, but sadly we were looking at another tall building that made the room dark and view less . The shower was an amazing pressure but leaked into the toilet and bathroom ! Nightmare clean towels if requested daily Didn’t stay for breakfast so can’t comment thought it was expensive 25 euro - local shopping parade close by and had it there for 5 euro. Unable to comment on price of hotel as was a gift Mini bar filled everyday - it holds 2 bottles of water one each of still and sparking 1 lemon tonic 1 coke and 1 beer Pool closed which was a shame as we had beautiful weather The only staff we had dealings with were the reception staff who I found almost to a point rude. Not acknowledging you seemed a inconvenience when we spoke and was on a whole very unhelpful. This was made worse at best there was always 4 plus staff just chatting to themselves They do not exchange English pounds but there is a cash machine in the lobby - at a cost All in all I fell felt it had a business feel to the hotel and not catered for holiday makers. No advice guidance map on hand bar a tube map to support your planning of trip Would I stay there again no - I prefer to be a little closer to the main part of Barcelona, hotel approx 30-40 mins away on tram- and the hotel did not promote a holiday vibe so felt unwelcome.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.98km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
Poblenou B&B is a good, solid option for a traveler who wants a clean room, a roof, a bed, and a private bathroom. It is located near the beach area, and there a number of good dining options nearby. As other reviews indicate, the building dates from the 1930's and contains a number of gracious period architectural details. I can't comment on the breakfast, as I didn't include the breakfast option. There is free cable TV. The shower provides a strong stream of water, and the toilets are quite adequate. I wish Tripadvisor gave the option of rating Poblenou with 3-1/2 stars. The staff were also very patient with my numerous email questions prior to arrival. Negative factors: Biggest one was the price. I happened to reserve two months in advance of my vacation at a time when there seemed to be a scramble for rooms in Barcelona during the period of my anticipated vacation, and Poblenou B&B was a very high priced second choice for me (via Booking.com), as my first choice sold out - and the reservation was non-refundable. (With the riots that took place the week before I arrived, had I waited, I could have gotten a much cheaper/much nicer room elsewhere.) While Poblenou B&B was more than adequate to my needs, it definitely wasn't worth what I paid for it. In addition, while the rooms are clean, the bedding materials are visibly worn, which was a turnoff. Also, there was some problem with the wiring that made it impossible for my partner to use his CPAP machine, even with an adapter - the problem was specific to this property, as the CPAP worked fine after we checked out and took the train to Madrid. One more drawback: the property is not accessible to those in wheelchairs or people with significant mobility issues. One has to walk up a flight or two of stairs to reach the lobby - and since I walk with a cane and a noticeable limp, the stairs were a problem - not insurmountable for me, but a show-stopper for some with worse limitations. Finally, there was hardly ever anyone at the front desk - the staff hung out in the breakfast room, which could be a drawback if someone showed up at an unexpected time.
FromUS$70
4.4/5Excellent13 Reviews
1km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
We stayed at this hotel for 5 nights and have to say the staff were excellent throughout our stay (especially the lady that checked us in on 7th feb) failed to get her name though. We stayed in a premier room with bathrobes, hairdryer and a mini bar. I wished we could have stayed higher than the 5th floor as there are some great views over Barcelona. I asked for the hotel to organise some flowers for my partners birthday and they done this without a fuss, decorating the room on our return from our day out. They also provided a complementary chocolate box for the birthday celebrations. The breakfast is good value for money with all you could wish for, only the cooked breakfast could be a little bit cold. The hotel is located close to the zoo, city centre and has great transport links around Barcelona. I would recommend a stay here, great value and great staff! Thank you!
FromUS$119
5/5Perfect6 Reviews
1.04km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
Not my expectations as I booked a 5 star hotel and had lower quality as it was proposed. Position was perfect for what I had to do but next time I will try an other hotel in this area. Telefonica tower kills the sea view
FromUS$77
3.7/514 Reviews
1.07km from Tapas Sin Fronteras
We had the most wonderful stay at the end of November to celebrate a special birthday and anniversary. We stayed in A Level suite overlooking the sea. It’s about a 20 minute walk into the main city but we love walking so it made no odds to us. The room was spotlessly clean, we had a bottle of Cava and fresh fruit waiting for us on our arrival too which was a great touch. The executive lounge was great. Ample breakfast, snacks and canapés as well as beer and cava served all day. We can’t wait to come back again with the children and explore more of Barcelona.
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Hotels Near Tapas Sin Fronteras In Barcelona Review

4.8/5273 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$178
5/511 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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FromUS$89
5/513 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$133
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$227
5/513 Reviews
El Poble-sec
We spent 5 days in Barcelona over Christmas 2019. The reception staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast at the little restaurant was really good with a wide variety of dishes to choose from. The room on the other hand was disappointing. The beds definitely need to be replaced. My partner and I had two single beds pushed together and both beds were hollow in the middle. Our room overlooked Avinguda del Paral.lel and it was incredibly noisy at night. There was a lot of ambulance activity in the street. The room was really small with a minute wardrobe to hang clothing in. We had no hot water in the shower on the first day (middle of December), this problem was sorted out the next day thankfully. Tea/coffee and sugar was supplied only the first day and then again two days later (after I had gone to buy coffee, sugar and milk). No milk or creamer is supplied. I do not understand why. No proper cups or mugs were supplied. Only two paper cups which one obviously can not re-use. My partner hurt his ankle and I ordered ice to put on the sprain. We were charged for the tiny bucket of ice! We were quite surprised that the hotel has a 4 star rating. Other than the room the hotel is quite central and we did enjoy our time in Barcelona.
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FromUS$63
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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