Mobile World Congress Hotel Rooms from 270 a night

It is silly season in Barcelona with the Mobile World Congress fast approaching.

If you’re going, but haven’t yet booked a place, you might want to know about the following. We’re all sorted. We’ll be there — we got an apartment nearby apparently with WiFi. We’ll see about that.

I publish this as a public service for all those wavering about attending. And remember, book your flight right now. Now. It’ll only go up in price…

· Hotel Junior 3* – Simple but good standard 3* hotel located centrally at 10 mins via metro/taxi to the Fira and Placa Catalyuna

o 1 rooms available @ €270/night inc tax and breakfast – discounted to €199/night

· The Hotel Monte-Carlo 4* – Good hotel located on Las Ramblas so right in the centre of town, a 2 min walk to Placa Catalyuna and under 10 mins to the Fira via metro/taxi

o 3 rooms available @ €375/night inc breakfast discounted to €275/night

· Hotel Ritz Roger de Lluria 4* – Beautiful, traditional style hotel located in the heart of Barcelona a 5 min walk to Placa Catalyuna and under 10 mins to the Fira via metro/taxi.

o 4 rooms available @ €400/night inc breakfast discounted to €250/night

· The Sunotel Central 4* – Great business hotel located just 2 mins in a taxi from The Fira or a 10 minute walk!

o 6 rooms available @ €395/night inc breakfast discounted to €250/night

· Hotel Hesperia Presidente 4* – This gorgeous hotel is just 2 mins in a metro/taxi from The Fira or a 10 minute walk!

o 2 rooms available @ €475/night inc breakfast discounted to €299/night

Talk to the chaps at rEventz.com for more info.

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7 Responses to Mobile World Congress Hotel Rooms from 270 a night

  1. Roon February 9, 2009 at 7:12 am #

    Tip for the risk-takers! I was at MWC last year, I met some hard working school teacers on mid-term I knew who were on a bit of a boozing tour in Barcelona whilst MWC was on. They flew in and got hotel rooms no problem (as walk-ins) for less than 125 Euro in a 4 star in the city centre!!!this year numbers are down by all accounts. If you do not have a room booked, it may be worthwhile trying to get something as a walk-in if you are feeling brave and feel like saving some Euro's.

  2. Ewan @ MIR February 9, 2009 at 7:13 am #

    Ooooh risky!! I like it though!

  3. Roon February 9, 2009 at 1:12 pm #

    Tip for the risk-takers! I was at MWC last year, I met some hard working school teacers on mid-term I knew who were on a bit of a boozing tour in Barcelona whilst MWC was on. They flew in and got hotel rooms no problem (as walk-ins) for less than 125 Euro in a 4 star in the city centre!!!this year numbers are down by all accounts. If you do not have a room booked, it may be worthwhile trying to get something as a walk-in if you are feeling brave and feel like saving some Euro's.

  4. Ewan February 9, 2009 at 1:13 pm #

    Ooooh risky!! I like it though!

  5. Anonymous February 7, 2011 at 10:37 am #

    What a useless service from the organisers…
    I’m a last minute booker and couldn’t get a hotel for love or considerable amounts of money.
    Very little availability on the site for three of us, when I phoned asking for help I was greeted with sneering unconcern.
    Surely the job of the company that has been given the (lucrative?) contract of handling hotel bookings is to help handle the exceptions, not just the easy multiple corporates who book a year ahead?
    They could not have been less helpful! A real quote in response to a question from me was… “and what do you want me to do about it?”
    Absolutely useless. I had a whole week of thinking I would have to stay 45-60 mins outside town.
    Now sorted with an apartment thanks to the persistence of my office manager.

  6. Ewan February 7, 2011 at 10:57 am #

    Ah dear me!

  7. Ewan February 7, 2011 at 10:57 am #

    Ah dear me!

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