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Whether you stay in the city’s famous Gothic Quarter, on the Barceloneta beachfront or in the relaxed bohemian Gràcia district, you’ll have no problem getting around this compact city.
Barri Gòtic’s winding, atmospheric streets run down from the Plaça Catalunya to the sea. Along the way, they take in the Gothic Barcelona Cathedral, the town hall and the city’s old Jewish quarter. In between, you can find museums, shops and a dizzying array of bars. View hotels.
This charming city-centre neighbourhood is dominated by the beautiful Gothic church of Santa Maria del Mar – known as the Cathedral of the Sea. El Born’s quaint streets are lined with small boutiques and stylish bars, and are also home to the Picasso Museum and the Chocolate Museum. View hotels.
Edgy and vibrant, the Raval is alive with cosmopolitan shops and many of Barcelona’s trendiest bars. Have lunch in one of the Arab-inspired pavement cafés along the Rambla del Raval, or watch the cool kids skate in the square outside the imposing MACBA museum of modern art. View hotels.
Once the city’s fishing district, Barceloneta is now renowned for its seafood restaurants and its maze of narrow streets – all of which seem to lead to the sea. The promenade is always packed with people walking, cycling or skating, and in summer you can relax on the sand with a drink from one of Barcelona’s chiringuitos, or beach bars. View hotels.
Originally a separate town, Gràcia still has its own unique identity and is popular with students, families and those in search of a carefree holiday. Spend your days exploring the quiet streets and quirky shops, and your nights at the lively bars and cafés in Gràcia’s tree-lined squares. View hotels.
Lively and colourful Barcelona faces the Mediterranean Sea and features the world's top city beaches, including Sant Sebastià, Barceloneta and Somorrostro beaches. There is plenty to see and experience in this city of great architecture: the historic Gothic Quarter, the amazing modernist design of Gaudi’s creations and the popular Las Ramblas.
Barcelona is famous for its street performances, colourful markets and great Catalan dining. Easy to explore on foot or using the reliable metro, the city is full of things to do and views to see!
Discover the hidden squares and architectural pearls of Ciutat Vella and visit the locals’ favourite meeting spot, La Plaça Catalunya. Wander the sunny beachfront or watch an FC Barcelona game at Camp Nou, the largest stadium in Europe.
The city’s most popular food quarter is Barceloneta with plenty of popular restaurants serving seafood and tapas. If it’s shopping you’re after, visit the Grácia and return to the Ciutat Vella for small shops full genuine souvenirs, designer fashion and fresh produce.
Getting to Barcelona is an easy trip from El Prat International, Girona or Reus Airports. Find modern hotels, fancy apartments and cheap hostels on Booking.com, sure to have the perfect accommodation for your holiday!
“The room was lovely with superb facilities.”
“The location was perfect and the hotel really impressed with great service at the front desk, a well sorted breakfast buffet and very clean rooms.”
“The rooms are very nice and clean. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The location of the hotel is very great and very close to the city centre.”
“The beautyful pool and sunbeds on the roof”
“good restaurant - very centrally located - I stayed on the top floor from which you have a lovely view on Barcelona's highlights - nice area 9/10 !”
“We eally loved the rooms design and friendliness of the staff. Though the target is gay, we have been treated perfectly. Moreover, the location is the best to stay in barcelona, close to everything worth seeing and excellent metro / airport connections.”
“excellent breakfest even for extra fee very beautiful terace on the top of the hotel wih bar and swimming pool”
“Εxcellent location close to LaRambla, metro”
“I traveled with my 17 year old Daughter and not once did she gripe about anything (if you have a teenager at home you will understand the importance of this), the wi-fi worked all the time so she was happy and so was I”
“- The staff is excellent and always ready to help. - Great Location, easy accessible by bus and/or metro from the airport, and not only; walking distance from main touristic interest points - Clean and comfortable rooms”
“Comfortable bedrooms. Pool and seating area at the top of the hotel”
“The hotel was excellent and in a brilliant location. I would have no hesitation recommending to anyone. The staff too were so kind and helpful 5 star rating i think”
“Great stuff and service. We've been to Barcelona in July and no students were running through the corridors. So I cannot judge noise or fuss behind the walls of room.”
“Loved every single thing about this hotel! The location is great, right in the middle of the city, so if you are first time travellers to Barcelona, it is well worth staying in this area. Gothic corner right next store, beautiful tapas bar's and wine bars located 3 minutes up the road in El Born, and the sagrada familia / casa batllo just up the road. The rooftop terrace was beautiful and was easy to get a seat, the bedrooms were gorgeous we were upgraded from a standard room to a junior suite as we were staying there for five nights.”
“The hotel is very nice. Comfortable beds and temperature controls. Its not that big, but fair for the price, and have a really large kitchen in which floor. The wifi works well. The terrace is amazing. It is not that close from city centre, but it is not that far (I made everything walking in Barcelona), but have a metro and tram station really close.”
“The hotel was great, delicious breakfast with a lot of a choice, great location, nice staff, very clean, very modern and generally perfect. Close to the metro ( 6 stations from city centre), close to the sea, nothing to be change. Perfect itself for people wanting to sightsee the Barcelona in a few days- GREAT :)”
“Ideal place for young people or students, who want to spend a good time in Barcelona. Room was clean and wifi worked very well. Staff was helpful (borrowing hairdrayer etc. for free on reception) and spoke good English. Hotel is close to the metro station (4 stations from city centre, 8-10 min.). Two supermarkets and coffe with breakfast possibility are 50 metres away.”
“Dear Sirs! The location of hotel is very good, you can easily reach the city centre, Plaza of Spain, the mountains of Manjuice and other attractions. There are a large grocery store and market, and many small restaurants and coffee. Over here are metro Plaza of Spain and the bus stops closely spaced, for example a very convenient bus route 20. With generally all the flaws didn't spoil a good impression of the stay in the apartment. On my next visit Barcelona I will stop at the Karina apartment again.”
“Hotel staff was very easy going, spoken good English and made us feel welcome to Spain :-) Was given maps and instruction on how to get to & from the Metro & City Centre. B.fast was awesome for Spanish standards. Gr8 value for money, Would Recommend !”
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