Hotel Aneto

Carme 38, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain
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  • Couples57
  • Solo50
  • Business25

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good budget accommodation in city centre

by oxymoron about Hotel Aneto

sorry- this may be a bit late for you but - have just recently stayed at the hotel Aneto which is in the Raval area. has had a make-over and is a decent area to stay in - and just off Las aramblas. I'm a senior solo traveller and didn't feel in any way threatned during my stay. Loved it. Hotel is no-frills, but clean with very comfy beds air conditioning/heating and in the morning free coffee and fresh pastries are available in th hallway. at the end of thr corridor small seating area available to enjoy eats which I only found out on last day of visit!
Although I did experience a bit of noise whilst there the manager assured mr that a call to the (24 hour) reception would see to the problem. Have had a look at the double rooms/en suite and they are very satisfactory.
I'm booking for yet another stay there.
btw - there are in the vicinity inexpensive coffee places/tapas bars with VERY good ones just before hitting n the Rambas. Info on request. just a good no-frills hotel in the city-centre for those who want a low-key holiday with the prospects of meeting some locals if venturing into eating places nearby


The beautiful inner courtyard.The beautiful inner courtyard.

Catalunya SquareCatalunya Square

entrance of JAMBOREE and TARANTOS clubsentrance of JAMBOREE and TARANTOS clubs

Naus del Carrer Ortigosa, Carrer Ortigosa, 10-12Naus del Carrer Ortigosa, Carrer Ortigosa, 10-12

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by happygirl50

hi we arriving and staying one night in hotelhesperia del port. on sat we need to catch the cruise from port can anybody advise me on best transport....and how much pelase
also anywhere we can eat on the night we stay at this hotel somewhere near pelase we like all foods

Re: transport

by Doffcocker


You will be very close to the port. There is a shuttle bus that runs between the quays and the Colom (Columbus) Monument at the bottom of Las Ramblas. The bus costs 2€ and it stops at roundabout at the bottom of the road that your hotel is on, about 400 metres away.

there is useful information on the port and the Blue bus on this webpage

But you would probably be better getting a taxi, it would only take a couple of minutes and depending on which quay your were sailing from it would be around 2 km at most, so should cost in the region of 2€ or 3€ plus 2.10€ port fee supplement and 1€ supplement for every bag that needs to go in the boot / trunk.

It is cheaper to flag down a taxi as if you call one, the meter starts running from wherever they are staring from

Travel Tips for Barcelona


by Belsaita

And you may like to see a film that happens in Barcelona:

"l'Auberge Espagnole" ("Una Casa de Locos", the Spanish title :) , a French film about foreign students in Barcelona. It shows quite well the authentic contemporary Barcelona. Not to be missed by anyone planning to study in Barcelona or to stay there for a while... even it's so fun that's highly reccomendable in any case.

"All about my mother" ("Todo sobre mi madre") You may love or hate Almodovar's films, but you'll see many parts of Barcelona at this film.

"The burned city" ("La ciutat cremada") Film about the events from 1899, which were later known as the "tragic week". It's difficult to imagine now, from this cosmopolitan and peaceful city, that we had such a bloody past. Really disturbing film, I'll only recommend it if you're very interested on these historic events.

Sets the tone...

by bpwillet

One of the things about street performers is that they love their songs, love to share their talents (figurative and actual). When walking around the Barri Gotic hearing old traditional songs of Catalunya really sets the tone for the area, and echoes down the back alleyways.

Ancient Jewish Sector and Synagogue

by DSwede

It is not off the Beaten Path for the average tourist. Actually most tourists will walk within a block or two of this area and pass unsuspectingly.

Between the Cathedral and the Ramblas is the old Jewish Sector. The building fronts might be blended in with modern building and storefronts, but you can still find some old remnants and evidence of the ancient Jewish population.

The Synagogue is still present, but nearly invisible behind a small non-descript door that leads to what you might expect to be a basement or storage. Hours are Monday to Saturday open from 11.00 to 18.00 - Sunday from 11.00 to 15.00

The Synagogue is on Carrer de Marlet (between Ramblas and Pz Constitution.)
Old Jewish Sector is on the same Carrer de Marlet and the nearby streets with the name "Call"

Escape the city!

by TracyG

If you can, make sure that you go to Figueres to the Teatre-Museu Dali. It is the most incredible collection of his work anywhere in the world and is a briliant way to spend some time. Figueres itself is also quite nice.


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Address: Carme 38, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain