Alguera Apartments Napols

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O Alguera Apartments disponibiliza apartamentos modernos com acesso Wi-Fi gratuito no elegante Bairro Eixample de Barcelona. A Estação de Metro Arc de Triomf, com ligação directa ao aeroporto, fica a menos de 10 minutos a pé.#Licença número: HUTB-002420, HUTB-002421, HUTB-002429, HUTB-002431, HUTB-0...

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O Alguera Apartments disponibiliza apartamentos modernos com acesso Wi-Fi gratuito no elegante Bairro Eixample de Barcelona. A Estação de Metro Arc de Triomf, com ligação directa ao aeroporto, fica a menos de 10 minutos a pé.#Licença número: HUTB-002420, HUTB-002421, HUTB-002429, HUTB-002431, HUTB-007772, HUTB-007773.

Napols, 149-151, 08013 Barcelona, Spain - Barcelona, Catalunha - Espanha - 08013

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Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

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Pontuação dos viajantes
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  • Muito Bom


  • Bom


  • Razoável


  • Ruim


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  • Negócios


  • Romântica


  • Viagem a sós


  • Família


  • Viagem com amigos


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Flat's independentes

Avaliou em 26 de julho de 2015

Boa disposição dos cômodos, bem localizado próximo ao metrô, opções de restaurantes em torno. Pode ir a pé para a Sagrada família numa agradável caminhada. As toalha de banho e roupas de cama não são trocadas, pois o flat conta com máquina para lavar e secar as roupas.

Suellem M

Robbed at Alguera Apartments, Napols

Avaliou em 30 de abril de 2019

My husband and I checked into Alguera Apartments, Napols 149-151, 08013 Barcelona on 22 April 2019 for a week long stay with our family, which included our two children. On 24 April, between 19:30 to 23:30 our personal belongings (two expensive laptops, two mobile phones, cash, jewellery, etc.) were stolen from the apartment when we were out for dinner. When we came back, the apartment door was still securely locked (with no apparent sign of a break-in), and outsiders cannot enter through the main gate of the building without a key. Besides there is a CCTV camera at the main door of the apartment building and the footage is monitored 24/7 by receptionists in the adjoining building (at Hola). Following the theft we lodged a complaint (within 24 hours) at a Police Station in Barcelona city specialising in thefts and break-ins on 25 April. However, before going to the Police, the Reception was informed about the theft and assistance was sought. Surprisingly, even after a day long wait at the apartment, neither the Police visited the crime scene (though they promised to come by on 26 April which was our son's 9th birthday that we wanted to go out and celebrate), nor anyone from the hotel management showed up for enquiry of any kind, leave aside any show of concern for their customers. Rather the guy at the Reception was brazenly suggesting (almost accusing) us of probably being careless and not locking the door. He even went on to say that thieves are very adept and the professional ones can open a door with a paper thereby making us wonder about the quality of the doors in Alguera Apartments and their premises. The reception also confirmed that they could not see any dubious activities in the CCTV Footage. So if outsiders have not entered the building, and there was no apparent sign of break-in, who could have done it? The entire operation was conducted so neatly, without ransacking the apartment or our belongings, that we only noticed our things missing the following morning when we wanted to use the devices. What is really shocking and sad is the apathy of the hotel management. Even after paying around Euro 1,200 for 7 nights to find a safe place to stay with the family, we were probably as exposed and at risk had we been on the streets instead. Barcelona in recent times have become infamous for the numerous incidences of pickpocketing and street crimes, but as we have been told by locals/residents, organised break-ins like these are still pretty new and hence we should have expected some disbelief and sympathy from the hotel management and staff, especially as the incidence took place within their premises and it is their responsibility to protect their customers. You may find my share useful before it become painful!

Shravani B

Excellent stay

Avaliou em 29 de agosto de 2017

We were with another family so there were 8 of us here. The price was great and the location was great too, it is about a 10-15 min walk from Sagrada Familia and about the same from Arc de Triomf and about a 40 minute walk from the beach. But you have a metro station Tetuan which is very close and different bus stations so you can get around the city very easily and even get to the beach much quicker. What is great about this place is that you get the keys from a 24/7 working reception in hola hostel. Our apartment had 3 bedrooms, a living room, two bathrooms, a kitchen, and two balconys and it was really spacious and we had 3 air conditioners which was fairly important because our visit was during the summer. The place has a wifi which is pretty good, the signal is good and the speed is ok. In the neighborhood you have a couple of stores, restaurants and cafes. The store where we shopped for food the most was Lidl because in our opinion it was the cheapest. All in all we had a pleasant stay and I recomend it.


Family City Break

Avaliou em 13 de setembro de 2016

We wanted somewhere, not too expensive for us and 3 Teenage boys. It fitted the bill, the apartments, where in the Eixample district, 10minutes walk to the Sagrada familia, a must if you visit Barca.. The apartments use the reception at the hostel next door, which was full of young people visiting, great for the 17 year to call in and chat with the residents. everyone was really helpful and we used the computers in the hostel to pay and print tickets for attractions. It was clean and basic, and an ideal base, although the double bed in Apt 3 was the worse bed, weve ever slept in!! Buy tickets and time slots upfront for the sagrada familia, its a beautiful building and well worth the visit, if you want to go up the Towers you will have to book a few days in advance to get a decent time. Try to go in the morning, its not as busy, but still busy. We basically walked everywhre, used the metro and saw a lot. Nou Camp tour was worth it, expensive, but kids loved it, we made the mistake of turning up with a coach tour tooo busy!! Barcelona Olympic Stadium was beautiful and the kids could try all the sports for 15 euro each, they would ahve stayed for hours and hours, 3 was enough for us!! The beach front is hetic but a great vibe.


Perfect apartment for what we needed!

Avaliou em 3 de junho de 2016

On arrival at our destination in Barcelona I will be honest, I panicked. Our taxi stopped outside Hola Hostel and I had a moment of, oh lord, have I booked myself, husband and parents into a hostel?! I needn't have worried though because if I had read the arrival details correctly I would have seen that to get to the apartments you have to check in at the 24/7 reception at the Hostel who then provide you with keys to the apartments next door. The staff at Hola Hostel were amazing, provided us with everything we needed including maps of the city and talked us through our stay at the apartment. The apartment itself was spacious, clean and simple but had everything we needed for our 4 night stay. There were two bedrooms (one dbl and one with 2 single beds), a main bathroom, utility room (with an additional toilet), living room and kitchen (with all necessary appliances. Towels, hair dryer, iron and ironing board were all provided. For the location, we weren't far from the Sagrada Familia and Arc de Triomph but far enough away not to be right in the thick of it. The gothic quarter was a 20 minute walk away and the beach around a 40 minute walk away. We were close to various metro stations as well although we chose not to use the metro and managed to easily get around by foot or tourist bus. There is a local bar next to the hostel which serves estrella at an amazingly reasonable price of 1.70 Euros. There was also a bakery 2 doors down which provided us with our daily need for croissants, coffee and bread. There were also plenty of small supermarkets in the vicinity which helped us stock up on water, juice, milk and fruits. Overall we had a great stay in this apartment and I would recommend it to anyone looking to stay in Barcelona.