Ratings based on 18 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
very comfy and centrally basedPosted Sep 17, 2013
casa con estilo is very well maintained, the Spanish ladies that look after you when you stay there cannot do enough for you. very pleasant stay.
for Couplesby mat from Manchester
window looked out onto wall, air con was noisyPosted Sep 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
The room did not have a balcony, it had a view of a brick wall. The air con unit rattled all night, then in the morning spurted water across the room. No apology was made for this. I would not recommend or stay here again. Maids were nice but didn't speak English and the owner was quite rude.
for Everyoneby maria
near to everything special to transportacionPosted May 18, 2013
Pros: every thing
Cons: the television in the rooms
Location: the location is fine. near to metro station ,supermarket
unforgettable the view to the city, balcony, quiet and cozy. the staff member adorable make you feel in your own home. thank full.
close to metro, taxi, shoppingPosted Oct 21, 2012 on Hotels.com
We loved the antiques, beautiful woodwork, large room, nice linens, storm windows and air-conditioning to keep out street noise. We enjoyed the solitude since it was not crowded. Sitting on the main patio was charming but not so the upper patio due to ugly buildings in view to the rear of the apt. The innkeeper was very accommodating. We would return.
Fun times in BarcelonaPosted Jul 15, 2012 on Hotels.com
Wonderful place to stay with lots of character. We loved it. It's not in the center of town so it takes some walking or taxi to get there but the trade off was worth it. Super quiet, nice meal in the morning, and relaxing.
Steps to subway. Not so quiet nightsPosted Jun 30, 2012 on Hotels.com
Not bad overall. Hotel occupies a couple of top floors in a nice historical building (well maintained). There was some strange smell near our room, probably something typical to any older building - nothing huge though.. Sharing a bathroom did not become a major inconvenience. Room was superclean and has been serviced daily. Breakfast was excellent - way much better than in many european hotels of a similar level. For some reason our night sleep has constantly been interrupted by blown up petards or something like that. Probably this should be attributed to Euro 2012 or maybe this is just typical to Barcelona - not sure.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Steve
Has it,s benifitsPosted May 31, 2012 on Hotels.com
The hotel is 5 stops ten minutes from tourist area Rambla etc. Good base if you don,t want be in busy part town. More than happy with this place. If you plan be out in day return rest at night this is great place.
Hard to get inPosted May 16, 2012
A general problem in Spain is that nobody speaks a foreign language. I mean no English, no German, no french....... This place is no exception. We stayed one night at this B&B apartment. Hard to find and hard to get in (ring the bell for 6th floor, may be someone would open the door). Our room had 1 bed, 2 nightstands, and a chair, but no drawers or any storage. Shared bathroom (we never like) can be a problem (I had no problem but my wife had to wait for a while). Our room had a view to the inner-walls of the building and noisy due to air conditioners. This place is cheap because Barcelona is unnecessarily expensive for what it is. We would never go back to Barcelona again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from New Orleans
Casa con Estilo in BarcelonaPosted Apr 3, 2012 on Hotels.com
It has certainly style, it is located in an older building (wonderful old style elevator), a private house at one time. beautiful chandeliers in the public areas, great terrace on the roof..BUT when you rent a room for a substancial amount of money you expect a room bigger than a closet, an individual bathroom and a TV. Well it is not the case in Casa con Estilo, BUT the staff is outstanding, extremely helpful (they seem to be terrified of the owners that you never see). I want to give an A+ to Vanessa, my luggage was lost by Iberia for 3 days and she was so helpful, so concerned..
Recommendedby Solo traveler from Arkansas, USA
Great for solo traveler used to European hotelsPosted Nov 12, 2011
I found the Casa con Estilo Guest House to be a great experience for me as a solo traveler who has stayed in European hotels before. The guest house is beautiful with paneled walls, antiques, chandelers and a nice terrace. The room I stayed in was a tiny sleeping room about 6 sq meters in size. I was only in room to sleep so it was not a problem for me. The common areas were nice if you wanted to spend time at the hotel. The breakfast was delicious and varied. Metro station and taxi stop are just steps away. I will say the hotel was a bit noisy in that is shared a building with other tenants. The window to my room was to common courtyard and I heard dogs barking, people talking, kids playing and the noise from the adjacent bathroom with its window open. For me, this was not a problem because I understand how it can be in a European hotel and I was paying a bargain price and knew there would be some compromises. Also, the staff does not speak any English so communication was challenging. Would I recommend this place to others?...yes, it was a nice place for a tourist who is on a limited budget and looking for a comfortable place from which to explore Barcelona.