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Located in Gothic Quarter, this spa hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Barcelona Cathedral and Palau de la Musica Catalana. Basilica de Santa Maria del Mar and ...
Hotel Colon Barcelona£148Hotel Colon Barcelona£148
Located in Diagonal Mar i el Front Maritim del Poblenou, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Museu Blau and Mar Bella Beach. Sagrada Familia and Palau de la ...
Hotel Barcelona Princess£62Hotel Barcelona Princess£62
Spain's second city and the capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is a stunning global city with multiple identities. The sea-facing metropolis is at once a medieval fortress, modernist new town, historic fishing port and sun-drenched cosmopolitan resort, knitted together with a long list of world-class tourist attractions.
Leafy and luxurious Barcelona boasts internationally renowned museums and galleries, shops, world-renowned bars and restaurants, and curious, atmospheric cobbled streets. And hotels in Barcelona are similarly diverse, with everything from upscale boutique luxury to cheap hotels in Barcelona's various districts. Wherever you book accommodation in Barcelona, you'll be mesmerised by the delicious flavours, sounds and rhythms of coastal Catalonia.
From the ancient Roman walls and dainty cobbles of the Gothic Quarter to the plush, leafy boulevards of the Eixample district, Barcelona's streets are jam-packed with outstanding architecture. You're never far from an iconic buiding, with the unfinished Sagrada Família, Gaudí's Casa Milà, the Arc de Triomf and Barcelona Cathedral among the exquisite landmarks. Wander between the remarkable attractions and you'll find atmospheric alleyways, lively squares and cosy tapas bars where you can relax to the sound of a soothing Spanish guitar.
Barcelona's pretty green spaces offer respite from the busy streets of the tourist centre. Parc de la Ciutadella in La Ribera promises fresh air and attractive scenery just outside the old town, while the landscaped Park Güell provides spectacular urban views from altitude in Gràcia. Take the cable car from the marina to Montjuïc Castle and you can look down on Barcelona's attractive coastline from up above. No matter which hotel in Barcelona you're staying in, you can probably see it from here.
Trendy Barcelona is a city of high-end boutiques, avant-garde galleries and multicultural restaurants, but it's also somewhere you can enjoy a taste of traditional Catalonia. Explore the narrow, residential backstreets and you'll find the locals busily going about their day, shopping at the market, riding their bicycles and stopping in corner cafes. The city is fiercely proud of its Catalan identity and that's evident in everything from the dominance of the Catalan language to the popularity of local dishes like pa amb tomaquet (a simple breakfast of bread topped with squashed tomato, seasoning and olive oil).
When it's time for dinner, you can choose between Michelin-starred establishments serving fusion cuisine, multicultural restaurants offering international flavours, and traditional Catalan-inspired seafood. La Boqueria market is a great place to browse countertop classics, while some of the top-rated restaurants can be found in luxury hotels in Barcelona, including the superb Caelis at Hotel Ohla.
For a taste of Barcelona's famous nightlife, wander along the bar-laden Las Ramblas, take a detour into edgy El Raval, or head to the bohemian El Born next to the Gothic Quarter. The city has hundreds of vibrant pubs and bars, where you can sip a drink and enjoy tapas, and late-night clubs to keep the party going. If you're looking for an easy stumble back to your accommodation, try a hotel in the Gothic Quarter or browse our hotels in El Born.
A City of Art and Culture
Barcelona has countless cultural landmarks, but Antoni Gaudí's masterpieces stand out for their architectural brilliance. Along with the great designer's Casa Vicens, art museums dedicated to Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí are all cultural highlights, as are the historic Maritime Museum at the harbour and the City Museum Barcelona.
To see the performance artists of the football world at work, you can head to the Camp Nou, home of the mighty FC Barcelona. Football fans can book tickets for most games at Europe's largest sports stadium and visit the adjoining club museum with a stadium tour of the Camp Nou.
The imposing Columbus Monument at the marina is the only reminder you need of Barcelona's proud sea-faring heritage. The city of today has transformed its historic fishing port into a swanky marina and entertainment complex, where locals and tourists can relax with a drink or meal in the sun while watching the yachts on the water.
Not far from here you can find a spot to go sunbathing. For easy access to sun, sea and sand, consider a beach hotel in Barcelona – you can find a good range of hotels near Barceloneta Beach.Oor continue east to hip El Poblenou to see how the 1992 Olympic Games transformed a run-down industrial district into a thriving seaside resort.
From flamenco shows and ground-breaking architecture to festivals, boat cruises and relaxed terrace dinners, Barcelona offers an enormous range of visitor experiences. Whether you're staying in five-star accommodation in Eixample, a boutique hotel in the Gothic Quarter, or considering self-catered apartments in El Poblenou, you're never far from the action. Barcelona is a lively, bustling city and a fantastic place to stay.