In reality, for the price we paid, the Barcelona is OK, nothing special but OK. As already mentioned in several reviews, the breakfast is a tad limited and could have benefited from one or two 'western' choices - maybe it's just me but spaghetti carbonara has yet to qualify as a favourite breakfast dish! The real issue for us however started when we tried to get some well-earned shut-eye. My oh my, what was going on with that mattress? Or rather, was there actually a mattress at all? All joking aside, the bed was singularly THE most uncomfortable we have ever experienced, so much so that after three nights of torture the overnight bus to Hoi An proved to be a welcome relief! Oh, and be warned that 'the management' claimed the 'superior' room we booked didn't come with a window...even though the description claimed 'drapes and black-out blinds' and the online picture clearly showed a window behind the drapes. Claiming these were blinds against a brick wall used to enhance the image of the room did them no favours. Needless to say we were eventually 'upgraded' but left wondering that if we'd have accepted the first room at least we could have taken down the curtains and slept on them, which would have been undeniably more comfortable than the mattress! So, all in all, OK but test the bed first.