What is your name: My name is Kaysi.
Where are you from: I’m from Santo Domingo (República Dominicana).
When did you arrive to Barcelona: I arrived in 2000.
Tell me about yourself: Before coming to Barcelona i started to studied nursing, although many of my colleagues do not know it, but then I moved to Barcelona for work. I am an outgoing person and i like to talk with the people.
What do you do in the hotel: I am chambermaid and also serve the breakfast in the mornings.
How long have you been working in the hotel: 14 years.
What is the best to work in the hotel: There camaraderie among employees, and I also like the way we work in the hotel.
Tell me a story in the hotel: A customer left in bed an inflatable doll covered with sheets, and when I entered to the room I thought it was the client who was sleeping, but quickly realized I had already left and I started to laugh.
What do you like of Barcelona: I really like the Magic Fountain of Montjuic, the Ramblas, Paseo Colon and Maremagnum.
Barcelona one of the most improtant European tourist cities of Spain, and it’s important to know where to stay in Barcelona.
Best area to stay
If you only come for a weekend and want to maximize your time, the important thing is to find a central hotel where you could visit all the tourist spots a stone throw. La Rambla & Plaza Catalunya, is the neuralgic area of Barcelona, from here 10 min walk to Gaudí’s masterpieces, 5 min walk to the cathedral of Barcelona, 15 min walk to Picassso museum, 5min walk to the MACBA, 8 min by subway to the beach, also all public transport close by.
Another good option is Eixample neighborhood just above Plaza Catalunya the border of the Gotic zone. This distric is safe area and also the center of modernism in Barcelona where you can find Casa Ametller, Casa Batlló, La Pedrera in the glamorosus Passeig de Gracia with a lot of trendy fashon shops.
What neighborhood to stay in barcelona
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How many days you stay in Barcelona?
If you come to Barcelona for the first time, you must know that it is a walkable city, as well as an accessible and modern public transport, where you can have all the most important tourist attractions close by. The Ciutat Vella district is made up of El Gotic, El Raval, La Rivera and Barceloneta neighborhoods. Having said that, visiting the city will not take you more than 3 days.
Places to stay next to La Rambla
Double room overlooking Las Ramblas
Barcelona Hotel Lloret Ramblas, renovated hotel rooms to provide better service. Our hotel in Barcelona offers standards and superior rooms in the center of Barcelona.
All rooms have private bathroom with amenities of courtesy. Free WIFI and FREE breakfast in direct reservations.
Superior Twin Room with modern style.