Sleep & Fly

Located in El Prat de Llobregat, Sleep & Fly is within a 15-minute drive of Port de Barcelona and Castelldefels Beach. This 4-star hotel is 10.1 mi (16.2 km) from Camp Nou and 10.8 mi (17.3 km) from La Rambla.Make yourself at home in one of the 25 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-s...

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Quarto solteiro standard, 1 cama de casal, suíte

Max. 3 adults and 2 children


Quarto casal superior, 1 cama Queen e sofá-cama, banheiro privativo

Max. 4 adults and 3 children

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

Located in El Prat de Llobregat, Sleep & Fly is within a 15-minute drive of Port de Barcelona and Castelldefels Beach. This 4-star hotel is 10.1 mi (16.2 km) from Camp Nou and 10.8 mi (17.3 km) from La Rambla.Make yourself at home in one of the 25 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms with showers are provided. Conveniences include phones and blackout drapes/curtains.A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 4:30 AM to 1...

Centro de Negocios Terminal 1 Aeropuerto de Barcelona - El Prat de Llobregat, Catalonia - Spain - 08820

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Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

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Does what it says on the tin

Reviewed 3 november, 2022

Once you have managed to find the hotel, all is good for a very close airport hotel. The standard room is not large but has a comfortable bed, a good shower, but the toilet is not for the modest members! Staff are friendly and at normal hours, the breakfast area doubles as a priority pass lounge. Very handy for the very quiet A gate for rapid transfer airside. Not luxury, but a good place to put the head down before an early flight.

crawford g

Excellent Airport Hotel

Reviewed 14 october, 2022

Stayed on 13 October for three hours after arrival from Singapore. Clean and compact room. Swift checked by friendly and helpful Natalie! I just took a shower and off again to my flight. Didn't use the restaurant. I would certainly stay again. Highly convenient.


Perfect Airport Hotel

Reviewed 25 august, 2022

Stayed here recently as flew in late and had a morning flight to Paris the next day. So easy to find on arrival and was checked in within minutes. The rooms are cleverly designed - really small but so well done they have everything we needed for an overnight stay. Breakfast the next morning was included and was lovely and then a 5 minute walk to get to departures for our flight. Highly recommend for those in a similar situation.


Convenient Location

Reviewed 26 july, 2022

I stayed here the night before a long haul. This is not a luxury hotel and it is not trying to be. It is a very convenient stop over. You are paying for convenience. That said, the room I stayed in was clean, the shower worked great and the bed was comfy. I will stay here again, it was amazing to get up and be at the check in desk within minutes. Stress free. The reception staff were welcoming and friendly.

Donna B

Convenient location, but several issues

Reviewed 31 may, 2022

What you're getting with this place location, location, location, as you can drop your rental car the night before and easily get to your plane the next morning. This is especially convenient, given the current CDC rule that requires a negative COVID test within 24 hours of your flight to the US. There's a place in Terminal 1 where you can reserve a test the afternoon before--way better than other offsite options, in my opinion. As for the hotel, don't expect a lot of the room. The one we got was very basic, small and a little weird in that there was no door in front of the toilet and the shower looked out onto the hallway if the door was opened. This lack of privacy may necessitate one in your party vacating the room while the other takes care of certain business, lest an uncomfortable level of embarrassment be entertained. Beyond that, they could use a good mechanic around this place and perhaps a bit of exterminating. The handle to the sink kept falling off. And the phone you were supposed to use to call so they can let you in through the locked sidewalk entrance was broken. So was the other contraption that I gather was supposed to allow your key card to let you in. I used my cellphone to call them (fortunately, they did post the hotel number at this location) and after a few moments --- voila! --- the sliding glass door magically surrendered. A friendly ant was spotted wandering along the exterior threshold of our room's door. And near a planter across from the public restrooms at the back of the hotel, a black roach of alarming size was enjoying a rest. I had no such issues inside our room, but made sure the bags were zipped up at night! And no, I didn't tell my wife about Big Mister Bug---it was too late to swap hotels and I wanted her to get a good night's rest. Breakfast was relatively sparse, but adequate and, actually, the wide selection of croissants was quite tasty. The largest issue for some may be finding this place. It has practically no signage (none at all from what I could tell inside the airport terminal) and good luck asking people who work at the airport where it is. Some told us they didn't think there WAS a hotel in the terminal. Someone here said they were given directions to this place and if I missed those, my bad. But I'm including a proper picture of the entrance and proximity to terminal 1, in case other weary travelers have this same problem. Basically, you hang a right when exiting the departure terminal (floor 3), take the sidewalk to the end and hang a left. The hotel entrance is about three doors down on the right in the adjacent section of building (it's kind of an office center) and it is marked at that point with a sign. It's just not identifiable from a distance. Also, once the door is opened for you, you have to take an elevator down one stop and when the door opens, you're greeted with a rather unappealing hallway with exposed pipes and a soiled blue rug. No worries, though. The more pleasant lobby awaits you just around the corner. Hopefully, they get the entry phone fixed. I was told by someone at reception that this way of entry really is the best. But it took on a kind of James Bond spy hideaway feel, what with the way the place is so hidden from view, coupled with the steps required for entry. I forget what I paid for this place, but I remember thinking it wasn't steep at all. So, for the convenience, I guess it was worth it---depending on how you feel about the above issues.