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L´hôtel de luxe de Barcelone

Les portes du prestigieux hôtel El Palace de Barcelone se sont ré-ouvertes au cours de l’année 2009 après rénovation.

 L’hôtel, symbole de la tradition hôtelière barcelonaise, a su conserver son esprit classique.

En plein cœur du centre ville, à côté des « Ramblas », l’hôtel est situé dans la zone commerciale la plus prestigieuse de la ville, entouré de boulevards, théâtres et principales places financières.

 L’hôtel El Palace de Barcelone dispose de 125 chambres dont 42 suites et Junior suite, toutes équipées des dernières technologies.

 L’hôtel El Palace dispose d’une offre gastronomique variée ainsi que de nombreux services de restaurations dont le célèbre Caelis, récompensée d'une Etoile Michelin,  le restaurant 19/NINETEEN situé dans le hall de l’hôtel ainsi que le fameux bar Rien de Rien.

L'hôtel El Palace vient d'inaugurer son Mayan Luxury Spa et son Centre de FItness, spa disposant d'un sauna Temazcal, unique en Espagne.
 

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Thorelcorine 09.07.14 | 09.07.2014
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“Excellent hotel”
Idéalement placé dans , ce magnifique hôtel à tout pour vous séduire : de belles prestations, un petit- déjeuner varié et délicieux, des chambres raffinées. adresse à retenir absolument pour un séjour enchanteur à . Un bon hôtel par sa situation et les différents services. Chambre de bonne taille avec une bonne literie et au calme. Salle de bain propre. Petit-déjeuner copieux et bon. Personnel attentif et souriant.

Philippe T 23.05.14 | 23.05.2014
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“Top!”
Excellent hotel qui mérite parfaitement son nom: cadre, ambiance, chambre, restauration , localisation, personnel.... assurément le meilleur accueil, le meilleur confort et le meilleur rapport qualité/prix existant à Barcelone....sans oublier la table (+++) qui mérite elle aussi ses étoiles

CENTURIONCARD 10.03.14 | 11.03.2014
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“MAGNIFIQUE”
Nous venons de séjourner 3 nuits en junior suite dans ce magnifique hôtel de Barcelone. Nous y avions déjà séjourné à de nombreuses reprises il y a quelques années lorsqu"il s"appelait le Ritz. La rénovation est très réussie. Accueil très personnalisé, professionnel, courtois. Junior Suite très belle aux couleurs sobres, cossue, calme et très belle salle de bain. Literie parfaite. Seul bémol, uniquement 2 chaînes françaises...
Le petit déjeuner est proposé dans une salle extérieur couverte. Magnifiques tables, service impeccable et à nouveau très personnalisé. Produits excellents.
Un séjour magnifique et nous retournerons sans aucune hésitation dans cet hôtel lors de notre prochain séjour à Barcelone.

Marina I | 17.07.2013
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“Trés confortable....”

Situé au cœur de Barcelone , facile a trouver idéal pour visiter la ville . Chambre spacieuse et claire , très bonne literie . Personnel attentif aux désirs des clients et sachant se montrer discret .
Prestations de qualité très bon rapport qualité/prix .

Pitt Jim | 09.07.2013
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“A fabulous hotel, with even more fabulous staff”

Location – The Hotel is very well located on Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, which is one of the main avenues of Barcelona. It runs parallel to the sea, and the hotel is only 7-8 min by taxi from the Barcelona Sants train station. It is a 5-8 min walk from Placa Catalunya which is the northern start of Las Ramblas. There are at least 4 Metro stops of 3 metro lines within 2 blocks of the hotel. We also walked/strolled from our hotel to Casa Batllo, La Pedrera (Casa Milo), and the Sagrada Familia.

Building – The building itself is, of course, the former Ritz hotel. What a grand hotel. It is remarkably beautiful on the inside with the old-style (fabulously redone) staircases, and the majestic lounge/hall area. You get the feeling of walking through a CLASSIC hotel, NOT an old hotel. It has been maintained, or restored, impeccably.

Arrival / Reception – We arrived from the train station (AVE from Madrid) by Taxi and were greeted by a doorman (long coat & top hat), who actually looked happy to see us. At that point we were taken care of in a very pleasing fashion. As I checked my family in, Celine, the guest services manager, inquired about our plans and gave my wife some suggestions to help us with our stay, showing us on the map where our desired attractions were located and the best method for getting there. Our room wasn’t ready yet (10am), so they held our luggage for us. We visited the Musee Picasso while we waited for our room, and upon return our room (upgraded) was ready.

Room – We walked into a large room (by even American standards, much less European, or even Barcelonan) with beautiful furnishings. Again, the room is in a very classic style, with the heavy drapes and fabric wall coverings. However, the room has all modern features, including free WiFi, (yeah) and flatscreen TV (tastefully mounted on the wall).

Bathroom – Our bathroom was gorgeous. It had a whirlpool tub that was separate from the large shower with overhead rain faucet. My wife and daughter both enjoyed the use of the whirlpool. The L´Occitane en Provence amenities and luxurious towels, robes and slippers highlight why this is a 5 star hotel.

Bar – I wanted some beverages for us to enjoy in our luxurious room after our long day of touring Barcelona, and so walked down to the Bar / jazz lounge to see what it looked like. It is a very quaint lounge with good ambiance. At the time, they had music playing but a live performance would start later. The bartender made excellent drinks.

Staff – I left the best for last. Everything about this hotel is so well done, you would think that the people that worked there would be stiff or uncaring, as in many higher-end hotels, but they are not. They are the exact opposite. I have never met a staff so interested in ensuring we had a great stay. When I was having difficulties booking my tickets to the Sagrada Familia for the next day, (do this to avoid the long lines), I went downstairs to ask Alexis, the fantastic concierge, for advice. He simply whipped out a credit card, made my family reservation and printed out the tickets. I paid him for the tickets and was extremely grateful for the service. He seemed happy to do it. Every person we came in contact with at the hotel was genuinely happy to help. What a refreshing change.

Wrapup – Obviously we had a great stay at a great hotel. When we return to Barcelona, we won’t even look at another hotel. El Palace is where we will be staying. I wish all hotel experiences could be like this.