This boutique property occupies a series of ancient buildings in the city's historic Gothic Quarter. The buildings were restored to their former glory through a meticulous restoration program before opening up as a hotel. Expectedly, the entire property exudes an old-world charm. The rooms incorporate a harmonious mix of the building's original features and modern design. Elegant furnishings and modern conveniences ensure a pleasant stay. Enjoy dining in a leafy courtyard setting at the Mercerino. Vermut Mercerino, the hotel's second restaurant is a casual affair serving tapas in a historic ambiance. Unwind with exquisite cocktails at the Cocktail Lounge. Terrace, the hotel's delightful rooftop space has a poolside bar and affords excellent views over the historic quarter. Check website for bookings and more.
Opulently luxurious, Hotel Arts Barcelona is the city's crème de la crème. One of its greatest attractions is the view of the entire city from the top floors. Below it, you'll find Barceloneta and Nova Icària beaches, separated from Port Olímpic by the harbor walkway (Passeig Marítim). There's a famous sculpture of a huge fish at the front door by Frank Gehry that provides symbolic shade from the Mediterranean sun. Breakfast is included in all the rooms on the top floors and in the apartments; otherwise it is an additional charge. There are several restaurants at the hotel, including Cafe Veranda and Arola.
This stunning hotel was designed to be avant-garde and luxurious. Guests will be indulged with an abundance of amenities and activities, such as beach access and a fitness center. Don't miss out the amazing Infinity-Edge Pool as well as the pool side bar. Sleek and stylish, well-furnished rooms will give you the comfortable stay you desired. During your stay, enjoy delightful meals at one of the many high-value restaurants in this luxurious space.
Mandarin Oriental is known worldwide for its luxurious accommodations in the world's top vacation destinations. Mandarin Oriental Barcelona is certainly no exception to this. Located on the famed Passeig de Gracia, The Mandarin Oriental is near many of Barcelona's most popular tourist attractions, especially Gaudí masterpieces, which the hotel has based much of its interior design upon. The hotel features several bars and restaurants, luxurious spa, meeting facilities, and most popularly, a rooftop terrace complete with lounge chairs and dipping pool. For a carefree, elegant vacation, look no further than the Mandarin Oriental.
The Hotel Majestic Barcelona is located on the shoppers' paradise of Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona's equivalent of the Champs Elysées. The hotel is situated only ten minutes from Ramblas and the Plaça Catalunya, literally sitting atop the prestigious boutiques of Armani and Chanel. A favorite choice of visiting celebrities, the Deluxe Hotel Majestic offers 275 luxury rooms and suites, including an exclusive Penthouse. Perhaps the best intangible feature of the hotel is the enormous private terraces, which overlook many landmark edifices designed by Barcelona's native son, Gaudí.
This long-established hotel opposite Estació de França is close to Passeig del Born, one of the city's most lively night-life zones. It has been meticulously refurbished to offer a tranquil atmosphere which is enhanced by the decor as can be seen in the warm shades of pastel yellow in all the bedrooms. The rooms staying in tune with sustainability, have sensors that switch off the electricity once you leave the room. The bar-restaurant is a kitsch gem of neo-art deco style featuring startling wall-mosaics. The service is cordial and friendly.
Sitting in Catalunyan Square, this Four Star hotel could not be any more centrally located. With its modernist design and up-to-date amenities, any guest will feel comfotable. If you are looking for luxury it also boasts five suites, each with a spacious terrace and view of downtown. Olivia Plaza is well known for its breakfast buffet and slow-paced, relaxing restaurant.
Catalonia Duques de Bergara is among the impressive modernist buildings that have been converted into hotels over the last 30 years. The original was designed by Gaudí's teacher, architect Emili Sala in 1898. It was turned into a hotel in 1987. You'll find it located just a few meters from Plaça Catalunya. Its spacious bedrooms are bright and luxurious and boast of all comforts possible to make you feel right at home. The original modernist facade and marble staircases have been preserved, while the rest of the hotel has contemporary touches to its decor.
Granvia is set in an impressive 19th-century building, 100 metres from the shops and restaurants of Passeig de Gràcia. This luxurious hotel has free WiFi and a terrace. Each stylish room has high ceilings, satellite TV and air conditioning. The private bathrooms include a bath tub or shower and hairdryer. A buffet breakfast is served daily and guests can enjoy a drink on the attractive terrace at the back of the hotel. Plaza de Catalunya and Las Ramblas are less than 500 metres from the hotel. Gaudí’s Casa Batlló and La Pedrera are a 10-minute walk away.
This impressive hotel on Gran Vía was built in 1952 with magnificent decor and furnishings. The large glass doorway is flanked on either side by Doric columns hinting at the beauty of the interior. The latest renovation work began in 1994 and was completed in 1998 with the refurbishment of all the bedrooms. They are decorated in warm pastel tones, which create a pleasant and comfortable atmosphere. For business travelers there are function rooms present, the largest of which holds 300 people.
Hotel Regina Barcelona is located in the heart of the city and embodies comfort and relaxation. Within this historical building are 99 rooms that are elegantly designed, and equipped with plush upholstered furniture and top notch modern amenities. Because of its central location, this hotel is a short walk away from many tourist attractions, restaurants, bars, and cafes. The piano bar is popular with hotel patrons and features regular live music and entertainment. The staff is very friendly and the service is always quick and attentive and ensures a stay that's memorable.
In the heart of Barcelona, near the Placa Catalunya and Palau de la Musica, lies the Hotel HCC Montblanc, a self proclaimed "benchmark for hostelry" of the modern age. With 157 rooms, WiFi, and a breakfast restaurant - not to mention walls adorned with art nouveau, this is certainly a contrast to the common low-cost lodging. Thanks to its location, it has been deemed one of the top hotels in the historical, commercial and tourist centers of Barcelona. Experience Spain by residing in this three star urban respite.