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Sercotel Hotel Rosellon
4/566 Reviews

Sercotel Hotel Rosellon

Sagrada Familia Barcelona|0.18km from Sagrada Familia
Sincerely baffled by all of the positive reviews. Like most of you reading these reviews, We scour the internet to ensure the hotel will be a good fit for my travels. The overwhelming number of positive reviews for this hotel led me to believe we would have a positive experience; but our reality was very different. First; the room was filthy ( this can be very subjective) - which I understand can just ge due to staffing issues etc. and the hotel should not be judged based on this alone. We did let the hotel know our room was pretty dirty and they offered to move us to a complimentary suite on the 14th floor; after being shown the new room; we ultimately declined and ended up checking out after one night as we really did not like our room at all (more on that below). Broken door latches, dirty sheets, dusty lamps, cruddy baseboards and the vanity shelf over the toilet in the bathroom to store your things was just a bit much for us. In our experience, this is one of those hotels where the front lobby is incredibly beautiful, modern, and updated.. however the rooms show signs of some major aging and are in need of a desperate update. We experienced two rooms within the hotel and both were in need of a major update (their suites included). The room photos we see online we felt like were major glamour shots of the actual rooms. Beds: bed preferences vary, so what may be comfortable for me, may not work for another person. Objectively speaking, beds had zero padding to them whatsoever and all bed springs could be felt. Every time we sat down, the bed made a weird noise. It’s worth noting, the beds are also on casters, which aren’t the sturdiest things (assuming this is to be able to move from 2 twins into a king type of room relatively quickly). Bed was the same “hardness” in the upgraded suite as well. Noise: We initially stayed on the 5th floor with a view of the sagrada familia. The hotel is right above a park and we could hear every conversation, cough, spit up and dog bark below us. Furthermore, we could hear all of our neighbors conversations in the rooms next door(s), people coming and going etc. We sincerely found the soundproofing to be completely non existent. When we previewed the room on the 14th floor, we found the noise to be present as well. Location: As far as the proximity to the sagrada familia, this hotel can’t be beat. The hotel offers rooms with views of the sagrada familia as well. Higher floors will obviously have better views; but the room we initially paid for was on the 5th floor and though we could see the Sagrada Familia, it wasn’t exactly what we pictured or thought we paid for. The hotel does appear to be in a more commercial part of town; so we did not feel like it had a charming neighborhood feel at all. Outside of the Sagrada familia, this hotel isn’t very close to other tourist locations so you will be using metro/Uber quite a bit. The metro is within 5-10 minutes walking distance; which we really loved.

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Hotel Sagrada Familia Apartments
4.1/54 Reviews
Sagrada Familia
The location is amazing . The apartment is stunning and everything you need . The price was brilliant . Check in and out was very very easy . The staff were first class . 100% happy with it stay . Would highly recommend and also Barcelona what an amazing city . Depressed to leave today .
Sensation Sagrada Familia
4.6/5107 Reviews
Sagrada Familia
The location is very good, the English at the front desk is great and the communication is smooth. The episode is the last thing we left behind but we do n’t know the courier and the rules. In the end, the staff helped to call the courier to find it. Thank you very much. In the future, our Barcelona will stay at the hotel. thank you very much. The picture is a view of the hotel roof terrace
Sercotel Hotel Rosellon
4/566 Reviews
Sagrada Familia
Sincerely baffled by all of the positive reviews. Like most of you reading these reviews, We scour the internet to ensure the hotel will be a good fit for my travels. The overwhelming number of positive reviews for this hotel led me to believe we would have a positive experience; but our reality was very different. First; the room was filthy ( this can be very subjective) - which I understand can just ge due to staffing issues etc. and the hotel should not be judged based on this alone. We did let the hotel know our room was pretty dirty and they offered to move us to a complimentary suite on the 14th floor; after being shown the new room; we ultimately declined and ended up checking out after one night as we really did not like our room at all (more on that below). Broken door latches, dirty sheets, dusty lamps, cruddy baseboards and the vanity shelf over the toilet in the bathroom to store your things was just a bit much for us. In our experience, this is one of those hotels where the front lobby is incredibly beautiful, modern, and updated.. however the rooms show signs of some major aging and are in need of a desperate update. We experienced two rooms within the hotel and both were in need of a major update (their suites included). The room photos we see online we felt like were major glamour shots of the actual rooms. Beds: bed preferences vary, so what may be comfortable for me, may not work for another person. Objectively speaking, beds had zero padding to them whatsoever and all bed springs could be felt. Every time we sat down, the bed made a weird noise. It’s worth noting, the beds are also on casters, which aren’t the sturdiest things (assuming this is to be able to move from 2 twins into a king type of room relatively quickly). Bed was the same “hardness” in the upgraded suite as well. Noise: We initially stayed on the 5th floor with a view of the sagrada familia. The hotel is right above a park and we could hear every conversation, cough, spit up and dog bark below us. Furthermore, we could hear all of our neighbors conversations in the rooms next door(s), people coming and going etc. We sincerely found the soundproofing to be completely non existent. When we previewed the room on the 14th floor, we found the noise to be present as well. Location: As far as the proximity to the sagrada familia, this hotel can’t be beat. The hotel offers rooms with views of the sagrada familia as well. Higher floors will obviously have better views; but the room we initially paid for was on the 5th floor and though we could see the Sagrada Familia, it wasn’t exactly what we pictured or thought we paid for. The hotel does appear to be in a more commercial part of town; so we did not feel like it had a charming neighborhood feel at all. Outside of the Sagrada familia, this hotel isn’t very close to other tourist locations so you will be using metro/Uber quite a bit. The metro is within 5-10 minutes walking distance; which we really loved.
Absolute Sagrada Familia
4.6/55 Reviews
Sagrada Familia
If you are staying in Barcelona, you will only stay here. Just opening the window will bring you into the history of Barcelona. The view from the rooftop is also outstanding. The subway, supermarket and market are just a short walk away, so it's a perfect score of 200 for those who want to feel Barcelona while living their daily lives. It's fun to get along with locals and neighbors. I'm planning to stay in Paris and Barcelona next year, but I just pray for the end of the coronavirus.
MH Apartments S. Familia
4.2/55 Reviews
Sagrada Familia
We enjoyed our stay in a big apartment. We were allotted Room # 41 which was actually a two room apartment with a living-cum-dining room with an open kitchen and small Spanish balconies overlooking the street. Its USP is its location, as it is just one block away from Sagrada Familia, the principal tourist attraction of Barcelona. We got the Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Barcelona Bus Turistic within walking distance. The grocery store right across the street was very helpful on the first day, where we got all the provisions we had planned. Two attached washrooms in the two bedrooms helped us to save our time to get ready in the morning for all four of us. Plenty of food joints including tapas bars in the vicinity is a great plus. A users' manual for the dishwasher and the washing machine could have been better, but it is just a minor issue. One has to pay in advance thru' card as there is nobody to receive a guest during check-in, as everything is machine-operated. So a prior intimation on the exact arrival time is advised for this property
Apartaments Marina - Abapart
4.3/594 Reviews
Sagrada Familia
Our family of three-bedroom two-bedroom suites has a double bed and two single beds, which are slightly smaller. The kitchen facilities are too complete, there are two pans, two soup pots, all kinds of knife and fork shovel, the cups and cups of coffee cups are complete, it is suitable for one week to cook for themselves, we are tired one day and do not want to go out to eat, It’s great to buy semi-finished pizza, stew, seafood, and salad from the supercon downstairs! It is within a five minute walk to the Sagrada Familia and St. Paul Hospital! You can also walk to Park Guell, about 30 minutes! From the airport to the hotel, you can take R2 from T2, then turn to line5 to Sagrada Familia. The subway will be settled 10 times, and R2 does not need to purchase tickets separately! It's very cheap, we did it when we went to the airport! When I came by, I took a taxi with my child for so long, and it seemed to be 33 Euros!

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