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Axel Hotel Barcelona & Urban Spa
Axel Hotel Barcelona & Urban Spa
Aribau 33, Barcelona
4.0 out of 5.0
3.9 out of 5 (617 reviews)
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Central Location The Superior Room was contemporary in furnishing and the hotel centrally located, i.e., within 20-30 minutes walking distance from most of the stores, restaurants, etc. The private roof top bar had a very impressive view.
  23 May 2017



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Book Your Stay at a Gay Friendly Hotel in Barcelona

Though Spain is a staunchly Catholic country, the city of Barcelona is an extremely open and friendly environment, and visitors should not worry about where they book their hotels. However, the city does have certain neighbourhoods and venues that are considered especially LGBT friendly, so if you’re looking to book your hotel in these areas, be sure to use the Expedia search tool to find the best gay friendly hotel.

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