Eixample, Barcelona, Spain
A good buffet breakfast is offered for an additional cost.
Expect fresh fruit (including kiwi and pineapple), juices, yoghurt,
boiled eggs, cereal, cold meats and cheeses, bread and jam, and a
choice of coffees and teas. It's a hearty start to the day, but if
you prefer to eat light (or save money), there are several
cafés down the street.
There's no shortage of restaurants nearby for lunch and dinner. Samoa across Passeig de Gràcia does a good (and good-value) selection of pizzas, pasta, salads and main courses in modern surroundings. Or, if you want to splash out, pop across the road to Hotel Omm, whose Moo restaurant gets rave feedback for its impeccable gastro cuisine (see our separate review).
Back at the hotel, there's free tea and coffee in the lounge-bar from 2pm, as well as a short room service menu. Staff are also very willing to order food in from any of the local restaurants if you wish.
- Room Service
- Walk to restaurants