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Hostería Grau is located at the corner of the Carrer Tallers, a street full of record stores and bohemian shops, just behind the bustle of Plaça Catalunya. Moderately sized and in an old building that could do with a bit of a sprucing up, it has an pleasant atmosphere thanks to the cordiality of its owners and the service given to guests. The bedrooms are clean and pleasant, though the interior rooms are a bit dark. Check website for further details.
Petit Palace BCN is one place to stay in if you like royal treatment. Situated in close proximity to some of the tourist destination centers, this hotel makes exploring the city easy and convenient. The hotel offers some state-of-the-art facilities like a twenty-four hour room service and a bar and sauna to pamper you further. All the rooms in the hotel are done up in the color befitting grandeur, namely purple, and come with a laptop and a well furnished bathroom. If you are in town on business and need a place for meetings, this hotel has a full fledged business center. All in all, Petit Palace BCN as the name defines, is truly a royal palace for all those making a stop here.
Located on Rambla de Catalunya, this hotel is a 19th century palace. It was renovated and launched as a budget hotel in March 2002. The hotel has 19 well-furnished rooms, with state-of-the-art luxurious amenities. Each room has a wall-to-wall carpet, exquisite furniture, television, internet access, air-conditioning and private security box. The rich decor of the palace is well-maintained, and a stay here will make you feel like a monarch.
Built in 1883 and cataloged as a historic-artistic building by Turespaña, The HCC Mortiz was refurbished as a hotel in 1990 and offers all the modern services and amenities. Its strategic downtown location and proximity to public transportation make it an ideal location for business travelers, while the blend of historic and modern details make it an excellent choice for those on a romantic holiday.
Hotel Rivoli Ramblas was rebuilt during 1990 in pure Catalan designer style whilst retaining its historical air of distinction. The magnificent building is a haven of peace and tranquilty to escape to after the bustling activity on the Ramblas. The superb art deco façade is beautifully decorated. The piano-bar is a popular spot for a quiet drink after work, and it is used by visitors and locals alike. The restaurant Le Brut serves authentic Mediterranean fare.