Hesperia Sagrada Familia Spa Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

C/Provenza 408, Barcelona, 08025, Spain
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 54% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Transfer from Barcelona Airport

by noreendavies

I have seen the Aerobus on the web and wonder whether it goes from Barcelona Airport to Santa Caterina which is where our hotel is. It seems to be much, much cheaper than shuttles or taxis.

Re: Transfer from Barcelona Airport

by rkearns

could you name the hotel? i'm not finding any information on this particular area of madrid.

Re: Transfer from Barcelona Airport

by Belsaita

Plaça de Santa Caterina (I guess you mean there) it's about 15 min walking from Plaça de Cataluya (last stop of the Aerobus). OK if you have light luggage and a very good map (you or may check Google maps and print-out the walking itinerary)

An even cheaper alternative will be taking the train to Passeig de Gracia and walk about 25 min, or walk an awfully looooooong underground aisle from train station to metro station Line 4 in Passeig de Gracia to Jaume I (5 min to Santa Caterina)

But if you carry lots of luggage I would better invest on a taxi.

Re: Transfer from Barcelona Airport

by rkearns

looks like it just goes to the city center. but if santa caterina (santa catarina?) is a neighborhood within barcelona, you should be able to get there by the metro after getting to the city center. in that last post, i meant barcelona, not madrid.

http://www.barcelona-tourist-guide.com/en/airport/barcelona-airport-transport.html#aerobus

here's the metro map

http://www.barcelona-tourist-guide.com/en/maps/barcelona-metro-map.html

Re: Transfer from Barcelona Airport

by rkearns

thx belsaita! i was searching and couldn't find much. :)

Re: Transfer from Barcelona Airport

by Belsaita

you're welcome! :)

Re: Transfer from Barcelona Airport

by noreendavies

Ciutat de Sant Adria
C Santa Caterina
38 089 30 St Adria Del Besos
Barcelona

Re: Transfer from Barcelona Airport

by Belsaita

noreendavies: this is NOT in Barcelona, Sant Adria Del Besos is a nearby town!!
Ciutat = town, city

The correct address should be:
C Santa Caterina 38
08930 St Adria del Besos (Barcelona)

You can pin it in Google Maps

You can take the train from the airport to Clot/Arago ans change there to metro L2 to Artigues-Sant Adrià.

The area is a bit iffy, next to an industrial area and a long way from anything of interest nearby :(

Any chance of changing hotels? (assuming you're traveling for tourist purposes)

Re: Transfer from Barcelona Airport

by gilescorey

yeah, Sant Adria won't do for tourism purposes.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

I am looking forward to going back already

by scottishvisitor

Barcelona deserves more of my time - My trip here was far too short and consequently I missed a great deal, but a good excuse for another trip in the future. I will continue to check the progress of the GREAT BUILDING = Sagradia Familia hopefully in person if not - Well on VT of course ART
GAUDI
LAS RAMBLAS
TEMPLE de la SAGRADIA FAMILIA
BARCELONA!!!!

Visit the Ramblas near Plaza...

by bobuk

Visit the Ramblas near Plaza Cataluna. This is main street that also leads from the town down to the beach area. There are so many people in this street with buskers and many stalls selling their wares that it creats a wonderful atmosphere. In a way, it is Spain's 'Champs-Elysees'...but better. It can be a bit pricey to sit outside a cafe....

But, it is a great street and you can kill a good half day just walking up and down this street. If you get thirsty, then you can walk down to the beach and have a drink there. There is also a cable car which goes over the mountain and beach area but I never did find out how to get to the start....

Viva Barcelona....one of my favourite cities !!!

SWEET TRADITION

by arlequin_g

Every year, the 3th march, takes place a sweet and funny event. This day is Sant Medir and to celebrate it you can go to the nice quarter of Gracia to witness it. You have to go to Gran de Gracia street where at 8pm there is a parade and thousands of candies are thrown to people from trucks and horses and others. Take some bags to put them.
This street is at the end of Passeig de Gracia. Cross Diagonal avenue and after the gardens you find this street.

lets go up there...

by mindcrime

Not the highest mount on the world but I was curious to go up there to this hill and check the church and that antenna that we were looking from distance so many days.

Tibidabo is standing at 517 meters and on its slope is situated the huge Parc de Collserola (65.000sq meters). At this parc is situated the telecommunication tower (Tore de Collserola) which is 560 meters over the sea lever. There is a lift that will take you to the top. I guess it will be nice up there but we didn’t try it.

First we stopped for some panoramic photos (pic 1) over the city at a platform where many couples go during the sunset. Then we went up to visit the church Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor (church of Sacred Heart) (pic 2) with the huge of Jesus Christ on the top of it (pic 3). The church was built in 1902 by Enric Sagnier and I loved the psychedelic colorful front door. The church is open 10.00-19.30 daily. By the way the name Tibidabo comes from the Devil’s temptation of Christ when he offered Jesus the world at his feet from a high mountain: ”Haec omnia tibi dabo si cadens aderaveris me” (all of this I shall give to you if you worship me)

It was quite chilly up there, we strolled around for a while. There were many families visiting the Parc d’Atraccions del Tibidabo, an amusement park that is opened from 1908 and reminded me of my childhood at the beginning of the 80’s, especially with the old vintage games like the wheel or the horses. Of course there are modern rollercoasters rides etc The entrance fee is 25euros (9 for children)There you can also find the Museu dels Automates, a colorful place with old games from amusement parks but unfortunately we didn’t have time for that.

We took some last photos of the view just about when the city started to lit (pic 4) and we returned back in the center over Plaza Espana. When we entered park Montjuic to take a night shot of the square I realized the beautiful lights over Tibidabo. It was a great last memory from Barcelona…

We went there by car but you can go by train (L7) to Plaza del Doctor Andreu and then take the funicular.

Les enfants terribles. This...

by zumodemango

Les enfants terribles. This shop is great for men and women, in winter they have lovely wool clothes, in summer it is really sexy.
Pº de Gracia, 55
Bulevard Rosa, local 86.
93.2153448.08007 Barcelona

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Address: C/Provenza 408, Barcelona, 08025, Spain