Ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 Room cleanliness
3.0 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Dena from America
Close to beachPosted Apr 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
First, the hotel had no sign outside so we weren't sure we were at the right place. No one was there to let us in once we figured out it was the correct place and we had to call around to get in touch with the owner. After waiting around for an hour, he let us in and had us pay for everything up front. Which ended up being about 100 dollars more than what Hotels.com quoted me. If your hotel is in euro, pay in euro and avoid the 3% VISA convertion rate commission. Additionally, there are tenents that live in the building and they were up all hours of the night having people in and out of their apartments and yelling from the terrace. Overall, it was noisy at night, convenient to the beach and food, no amenities and if you run out of toilet paper, good luck finding someone to help you....also the water in the shower was hot for all of two minutes and then cold. Spend a little extra and stay at a real hotel or find a descent apartment rental that has good reviews. Best for young people without children.
for Couplesby Mernie from Chicago, IL
Decent apartment, so-so neighborhood.Posted Sep 22, 2012
My husband and I stayed at this apartment for 3 nights this September. The apartment itself has everything you'd need for a few days (fridge, microwave, etc). The tv was confusing to figure out, but once we got it going we were able to get a few channels in English and a pretty fun music video channel. The apartment also has one of the most powerful Air Conditioners I have ever felt, which was a welcome relief after walking around all day. The neighborhood itself isn't too great, however. The street is dark, kind of rough, and has an old tenement vibe. Most of the residents are elderly folks who sit on their balconies all day. There are also plenty of tourists walking around, so it's a strange contrast. The restaurants we tried were overpriced, geared towards tourists, and not that great (think giant posters in the windows of the dishes they offer). The beach was and plaza along the beach were always packed. I was disappointed, since the reason we stayed there was to be close to the beach and not in the tourist zone. If we go back to Barcelona, we will definitely stay in a different neighborhood.