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All categories apartments in town center!, Ciutat Vella, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

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  --The owner is very nice.--Good A C, comfy bed.--Two sets of keys were nice to have in case we wanted to split up and do different activities.--The Barceloneta unit is close to the coast if thats what you're looking for<br> Location is great. Both the coast and the downtown is close, no need to use transport. The place is authentic, real, the locals all arround. It makes you feel as a local, too: -). The flat is small but there is all you need including a cute balcony.<br> Just perfect<br> Great place, great people, great location.<br> The owner was very good and the apartment was very clean<br> location is nice<br> The location is interesting but only within the summer time (near the coast) . I advise it if you are a young couple without children.Vanessa is friendly and speak french very well .<br> A localizacao e excelente.A pessoa que nos recebeu foi muito atenciosa e deu informacao variada e util sobre a cidade.<br> The location was brilliant - close to the Gracias district and so many lovely local bars. Much better than the Ramblas area.The flat was huge and the terrace was good within the evening. The balcony was a lovely touch.The flat had plenty of hot water and iron, ironing board etc.<br> Location is fantastic, close to everything. Apartment is well equipped and you can prepare food there, like breakfast.<br> Great location in Barceloneta district,just a few steps from the seaside. The guy who checked us in was really helpful, gave some helpful advice about the town and how to get around. When we first got there got scared of the staircase as it looked really old we didn't really know what to expect though the flat was great. Little balcony, well equipped kitchen although oven would have been great. Bed was really comfortable, with freshly washed linen. The floor, as we discovered with our white socks, wasn't wery clean though in general everyhting was freshly washed and we found everything we needed. Great value for money. Theres no reception although the employees emailed how to get to the flat and even gave us the keys before official check in time what we really appreciated. Overall, great! Would use again.<br> Location is most suited<br> Lovely apartment. Spacious and an excellent area<br>

  --Be aware that there is no WiFi, and the TV is broken (at least we think so from we could never access anything except snow. If it is functional, there should be instructions). To be clear: we were not misled, we just didn't notice WiFi wasn't offered. --30 Euro cleaning fee isn't listed within the "Included" fees area, or the "Not Included" fees area, or "The Fine Print" area, its listed only within the description after you click on the specific property link. It gave us a negative feeling and is a crappy thing to do to people when your property is non-refundable (Its only refundable 30 days in advance). I only saw it within the confirmation email after booking, then went back to the website to see if it was written anywhere and couldn't find it. My boyfriend eventually found it after clicking on the property link. Also, as dirty as our feet got, they apparently don't put this fee towards mopping. The rest of the apartment was clean.--There is no hand soap within the bathroom. I'll bring my own shampoo and bath items, but hand soap should exist within the unit.<br> I was satisfied. This place is good to stay for a couple or for family, too.<br> The apartment is very old<br> NO WIFIHorribly noisy<br> Situated at barcelonetta so far from town center (ramblas, placa catalunyia..) we had to take bus or taxi many times during The day and it was very tiring with children (also there is no elevator within the residence and the appartement is situated on the 3 th floor) .The appartement is not furnished enough and beds were very uncomfortable !<br> O apartamento serve para passar uns dias mas o preco cobrado e muito acima do que realmente oferece em termos de conforto.Os quartos nao tem qualquer privacidade.<br> The bedrooms were very, very noisy. We were woken at 7.30am each day, even within the quieter room.The apartment is slightly more shabby than it looks on the pictures, but its OK for the price.We didn't like having to pay a €50 cleaning bill, only to find that the owner was cleaning the flat. It seemed a very high charge, especially when we didn't use the oven or cook anything.Take toilet roll - we were only given one roll!<br> Can be noisy within the mornings or at night<br> Building is old.<br>

AApartments in town center Stay within the heart of Barcelona – Great location - show mapOne of our bestsellers in Barcelona!Set in different districts of Barcelona, Apartments in town center offer easy apartment with simple and functional decor. Some apartments are close to the Ramblas or to the Barceloneta Beaches.All the apartments feature a fully equipped kitchen with different facilities and all come with a personal bathroom with bath or shower. Bed linen and towels are also provided.You will find several shops, bars and restaurants close to each apartment.Set in different location, each apartment is well communicated by transport. You will have easy access to the main touristic attractions with a short walk or by metro. Barcelona El Prat Airport is 14 kilometer away. Regular airport or airdrome buses leave from a bus stop situated in Plaza Catalunya Square.

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