Atlas Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Cardenal Casanas 11, Barcelona, 08002, Spain

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  • Families50
  • Couples66
  • Solo60
  • Business60
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    Great location

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    The location of the hotel is superb, just of the Rambla, across from the market. Twin room was good with a safebox, Breakfast was ok to start the day. There's no parking near the hotel but they have reserved parking spaces at a location that for us seemed a bit far and since we were returning our rented car the next day we chose to pay for parking near by. Staff is very nice and welcoming.

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Forum Posts

Advice on Short Term Apartment Rental

by lindhart

My wife, my son, and I are visiting Barcelona in late March for 10 days and would like to rent a two bedroom apartment during our stay. We would like to stay in the Eixample. Can anyone give us a name of an agency that you may have used and have been happy and satisfied with? I don't want to just pick a company off of a Google search.

Re: Advice on Short Term Apartment Rental

by hawkhead

Never rented in Barcelona but for other apartments all over Europe, we have used:

www.booking.com, homelidays, owners direct, halldis, alpharooms. All absolutely satisfactory and reliable.

Re: Advice on Short Term Apartment Rental

by johnincornwall

As stated above homelidays.com and ownersdirect.co.uk are perfectly good. Ownersdirect tends to be a bit better for property details and English language owners if that is important. Spain-holiday.com is another.

Obviously in both cases you are dealing with the owners direct and skipping expensive agencies, but we have never, ever had a problem in many, many rentals.

Re: Advice on Short Term Apartment Rental

by bcnaroom

check these:

www.barcelonarealestate.es

www.interhousing.net

good luck!

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Barri Gotic

by sue_stone

Barri Gotic is the heart of medieval Barcelona. It is made up of beautiful squares and a mesh of narrow, winding streets, lined with enough interesting shops, bars and cafes to keep you exploring for days! Most of the quarter is closed to regular traffic, with some of its streets too narrow for a car to fit down.

Its squares are impressive - one of my favourite is the stunning Placa Reial, with its central fountain, palm trees and Gaudi lampposts. Or you may prefer the neighbouring squares of Placa de Sant Josep Oriol and Placa del Pi, home to the lovely Esglesia de Santa Maria del Pi. Perhaps you will enjoy the serenity a coffee or drink in the quieter Placa de George Orwell, with its unusual central sculpture.

Head to Placa de Sant Jaume, to see the home of the heads of local and regional governments, or to Placa del Rei which was once the courtyard of an old palace. From here you can navigate the really narrow lanes of the medieval Jewish quarter. You can't miss the adjoining squares of Placa de la Seu and Placa Nova, as here you will see the impressive La Catedral. Have a look behind it's gothic façade at the beautiful interior, and perhaps catch the lift to the roof and enjoy the views over the city.

Across the square you can see the Col.legi de Arquitectes with the giant, childlike scribbles on its facade which were done by Picasso in 1962.

If you are lucky you will walk by the tiny Chapel of Saint Christopher of Regomir, or perhaps go shopping in the oldest shop in Barcelona, Cereria Subira. Also while you wander, keep your eyes open for some of the Roman walls, tombs and towers that are dotted about this ancient quarter.

Columbus

by tompt

The famous discoverer Columbus is looking down on everybody who is coming from or going to the harbour. The statue is at the end (or beginning?) of the Ramblas.
There is a lift to a viewing platfom in top of the statue. Open from 10-13:30 and 15:30-18:30.

Sky show

by arlequin_g

To celebrate the patron saint of Barcelona, Mercè, some events are held in the city during some days: castellets, concerts... One of them is the sky show where you can see planes performances and others. You can see it from Port Olimpic. It's during the end of September. Ask in the tourism office the day it takes place since it's not the same day each year.

B-Ball

by Meadows11

A rather unexpected and unplanned night, which turned out to be thoroughly enjoyable was when we spontaneously decided to watch the FC Barcelona Basketball team play. Barca are supposedly one of the top teams in Europe, and their opponents were AEK Athens who had a number of Olympic gold medalists on their team. It was a good, fun game to watch with plenty of action. The tickets were cheap, and the cheerleaders were hot!!

The Basketball stadium is once again within the Camp Nou complex, and is a pretty impressive arena in it's own right.

Continue to San Juan de las Abadesas

by atufft

From Barcelona, it's easy to catch a train and continue to Olat (see previous tip) and San Juan de las Abadesas. There's a marvelous arched stone bridge that must be quite old, and a small romanesque church with interesting details. The church seen there is the third on the site, and was built in 1150, when the related convent transferred to the Augustinians. A translated Wikipedia article found by the link below provides a rambling account of the mixture of folklore and history associated with the convent and church. The little town is very pleasant to walk in the morning. I like the tree shaded decomposed granite ramblas where saw a group dancing the traditional Sardana. We had stayed with a friend overnight at her house, and together we took a second day to drive into the Pyrennes.

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