Hotel Centric: low prices and welcoming staff in a central location

Pauline
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Article updated 26 July, 2018. 0 comments

Check in at the hotel Centric if you like comfortable fuss-free hotels in a quiet but central location!

hotel Centric
Where?

Casanova 13
Eixample
metro: Urgell (L1)

When?

every day of the year

How much?

from 44 euros

Why?

for an inexpensive top tip

Phone:

+34 934 267 573

Wifi:

free

The Centric is a 2 star hotel located right by the city centre, with easy access to the old town while retaining the peaceful nights of the Eixample area. A good compromise!

Rooms at the hotel Centric

All the rooms at the hotel Centric have French windows so they’re all very bright.

Double rooms

The Centric offers 3 types of double rooms. The economical doubles are less expensive as the beds are only 1.35m wide.

The larger doubles have beds that are 1.5 metres wide.

There are also double rooms with twin beds for the same price as the doubles, so remember to state exactly which type of room you would like.

hotel centric room twin beds

Triple and quadruple rooms

The triple rooms really are intended for 3 people, it is not just a question of adding an extra bed. If they are all occupied when you are booking, you can add an extra bed to a double room for a supplement of around 20 euros.

hotel centric room

The quadruple rooms have a bath, while the bathrooms of the double and triple rooms have a shower.

hotel centric bathroom

The common areas of the Centric

The little lounge

The Centric’s little lounge is quite simple and furnished with couches and a coffee table with magazines. You can also find a snack machine and a small computer desk you can use for free.

There is a coffee machine beside reception, which helps make up for the fact that no breakfast is offered. The hotel Centric actually doesn’t have a kitchen.

hotel centric entrance

The terrace

However, you are welcome to buy breakfast elsewhere and eat it at the hotel. The favourite place for guests to eat is on the terrace, and throughout the whole day people come to relax on the terrace and go online as the wifi works very well here.

Little extras at the hotel Centric

The staff at the Centric are very kind and accommodating and they will let you leave your baggage at the hotel for a few days if you are going on a trip.

hotel centric barcelona room

Useful information

  • The Centric has a 2 night minimum stay at weekends.
  • Check in is from 1pm and check-out is before 11am.
  • All rooms have heating and air conditioning.
  • The hotel has rooms that are specially designed for people with reduced mobility.

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About the author

Pauline

Pauline loves books, food and new discoveries. For her articles, she loves finding original and authentic places which are a treat for both the eyes and the tastebuds. Her favourite thing to do in Barcelona? Getting lost in the Old Town and soaking up its unique atmosphere... whilst enjoying the appetising smells emerging from restaurant kitchens! Is there anything better than that?