Hotel Sant Agustin

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Pc Sant Agusti 3, Barcelona, Catalonia 08001, Spain

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Hotel Sant Agusti
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  • Perfect location,nice hotel


    We stayed for 9 days in San Agustin and didnt regret a moment.Location of hotel is perfect if you're a tourist 'cause it takes only 3-4 min. walk away from hotel's quiet street to famous crowded La Ramblas and Liceu metro stop which connects you to everywhere on metro line.Room size is average,towels and sheets change everyday.Staff is really helpfull.They even called the train station for us to learn about port aventura+train combo tickets.Hotel's wireless works perfect.Breakfast is ok.Only negative thing i can say about this hotel is that the walls are pretty thin.If you're not a heavy sleeper, i strongly recommend you to take ear plugs incase of having noisy neighbours.I really enjoyed the time i spent there.

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    Bed and breakfast was about £35 per night per person (2 in a twin room)

    Unique Quality: Perfect location. You can eat your meals here or just stay bed and breakfast. Friendly and helpful staff who speak good English (if you need it). And - there's a bar next door which serves VERY generous measures! It's the oldest hotel in Barcelona.

    Directions: 3 Placa Sant Agusti, just off the Ramblas, near Liceu metro station.

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    San Augustin.


    Unique Quality: It is fully renovated but with bits of the ols monastere in it. They have a lovely breakfast and the beds are good. There can be some noise of the city when you keep the windows open, but the rooms are air-conditioned so there's no need for outside air. Be sure to ask for the little birds they keep in the old parts of the building, you normally don't see them, but hear them all morning!

    Directions: It's at Place San Augustin, near the market at the Ramblas. The very centre of Barcelona.

More about Hotel Sant Agustin


by Bixente


Plaça de Sant Agusti Vell, 13
Tel : 93 319 64 94

Very nice restaurant with a menu for 7 euros.
Beautiful decoration with a lot of paint.


Address : Carrer de la merce

Forum Posts

Easter in Barcelona

by Jinty37


I'll be in Barcelona Friday 9th till Tuesday 13th April. Will there be lots happening? Anything special for Easter that I shouldn't miss? Is it a busy time in the city, or do the locals tend to go away on holiday at this time?

Will shops, restaurants, major sights be open as usual?

Thanks for your help!

Re: Easter in Barcelona

by zumodemango

It's is not very busy time in all Spain. In Barcelona, all shops are close: Friday 9th, Sunday 11th, and Monday 12th! but restaurants, bars and clubs are open!
Special for Easter:
There are two procesiones on Friday 9th:
In the churchs:
Sant Agusti:Plaça de Sant Agusti,2(El Raval) and in Sant Jaume, Carrer Ferran(Barri Gotic). In the Cathedral you can go to mass and listen to the "sermon" of the Seven Words and the liturgic action and the via crucis.
On Sunday 11th,
Godfathers/mothers or Greatparents give a present to theirs godsons/daugthters:(la mona de Pascua) a cake with eggs traditionally, a chocolate egg or a figure made with chocolate. This tradition come back to the roman times"monus".
There are many concerts, ask in a tourist information center.
Things to do:
As a special new thing is to see Casa Batlló's roof and attic.(i will be in Barcelona to go there the 16th,17th and 18th April). In general is a good thing to take the Gaudi pass for all the buildings. Visit Plaça Reial, Barri Gotic, specially amazing Santa Maria del Mar Basilic, Museu Picasso,Vila Olímpica(hofully is sunny).
Check if you want in:
all tourist info and easter info.It's a very good website.
hope you enjoy!,

Re: Re: Easter in Barcelona

by Jinty37


Thanks for all the information and your postcard! It's very helpful. I'll plan my shopping trip for Tuesday, and do all the sightseeing over the weekend! I want to see Parc Guell, Casa Batllo, La Pedrera, Sagrada Familia, Montjuic, the cathedral and lots more, and plan to walk as much as I can so it's maybe a good thing that Barcelona will be a bit quieter at this time.

Happy travelling,



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 Hotel Sant Agustin

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Address: Pc Sant Agusti 3, Barcelona, Catalonia 08001, Spain