Featured hotels in Catalonia

  • £90

    Average price per night

    Motel One Barcelona-Ciutadella, Barcelona
    9.2 Superb 2,699 reviews
    Description Set in Barcelona’s Born District, right beside Ciutadella Park, Motel One Barcelona-Ciutadella offers modern, air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom and an interactive TV.
    Review

    "Very cozy rooms (and also lounge interior), friendly staff and awesome location in the city center. Bonus - breakfast was delicious."

    AivarOts. Estonia
  • £187

    Average price per night

    Iberostar Paseo de Gracia 4* Sup, Barcelona
    9.3 Superb 1,154 reviews
    Description Located right on Plaça Catalunya Square in Barcelona, Iberostar Paseo de Gracia 4* Sup offers a terrace with a pool and free WiFi throughout. Private parking is available on site.
    Review

    "Everything was fine. Cava glass during check-in. :)"

    Ugis. Latvia
  • £144

    Average price per night

    Room Mate Anna, Barcelona
    9.1 Superb 2,456 reviews
    Description Featuring a seasonal rooftop plunge pool with views and a solarium, Room Mate Anna is set in Barcelona City Centre. The hotel features cutting-edge and modern design as well as personalized service.
    Review

    "Location is perfect. In the middle of the city and just around the corner from the train station that takes you straight to the airport. The staff are all very friendly and helpful. There is a good vibe throughout the hotel. The building itself is clean and stylish. The room design is brilliant. You have everything you need from bathroom kits to robes and tea and coffee making facilities. Breakfast was nice too. A reasonable selection of warm and cold items, fruits and pastries. Thank you everyone at the hotel from check-in to check-out. If we come back to Barcelona we now know where to stay!"

    DAVID MANLY. Sweden
  • £135

    Average price per night

    The Corner Hotel, Barcelona

    The Corner Hotel

    Eixample, Barcelona

    9.3 Superb 1,007 reviews
    Description Offering free WiFi and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, The Corner Hotel is set in Barcelona, 800 metres from Casa Batllo.
    Review

    "Smart and comfortable hotel, large bath and shower, lovey comfortable bed and linen. Quite luxurious feeling without being too expensive. Easy to reach by train, taxi or bus from Barcelona Sant and a short walk to the shopping district. Staff were very helpful and welcoming."

    Alexander. France
  • £154

    Average price per night

    Catalonia Magdalenes, Barcelona
    9.4 Superb 1,448 reviews
    Description Catalonia Magdalenes Hotel is set in Barcelona, 200 metres from the Cathedral of Barcelona and offers a terrace with an outdoor pool with views of the Cathedral and a spa.
    Review

    "Everything. The staff were very warm and helpful. The pool and the terrace were great, my kids loved it. Especially the food and drinks are free there, helped us a lot to fill our tummy before our evening..."

    kristi. South Africa
  • £159

    Average price per night

    Duquesa Suites Barcelona, Barcelona
    9.1 Superb 1,015 reviews
    Description Set the centre of Barcelona, 400 metres from Picasso Museum and Barceloneta Metro Station, Duquesa Suites Barcelona features a year-round outdoor pool, sun terrace and free WiFi.
    Review

    "We had a corner suite. The room was very clean and had great amenities. It was perfect for a short stay for a family of 4. Staff was wonderful and even got us into our room early which was much appreciated..."

    Michelle. USA
  • £309

    Average price per night

    Monument Hotel, Barcelona
    9.3 Superb 1,046 reviews
    Description Located on the fashionable Paseo de Gracia, within 5 minutes’ walk from both Gaudi’s masterpieces Casa Battló and La Pedrera, Monument Hotel offers luxury services including a gourmet restaurant and a...
    Review

    "I can't speak highly enough about the Monument hotel. We stay in 5* hotels all over the world and the service we received during our stay completely exceeded our expectations! The concierge, Alex especially,..."

    Jodie. Australia
  • £202

    Average price per night

    Ohla Eixample, Barcelona
    9.1 Superb 1,257 reviews
    Description Offering a year-round heated outdoor pool with city views, Ohla Eixample is a stylish boutique hotel located 10 minutes’ walk from two of Gaudi’s major works, La Pedrera and Casa Batlló.
    Review

    "Wonderful room, a "junior suite". Very characterful, great bath and shower. Greeted with Champagne on arrival, very prompt and helpful service, and spent the evening doing a degustation menu at the in-house Michelin star restaurant, "Xerta". Wonderful shopping district for my shoe mad partner. Honestly, one of the very very best experiences we've ever had."

    Mark. New Zealand
  • £101

    Average price per night

    Hotel Well and Come, Barcelona

    Hotel Well and Come

    Eixample, Barcelona

    9.0 Superb 1,860 reviews
    Description Featuring a rooftop terrace with a seasonal swimming pool and city views, Well and Come Hotel is located right beside Verdaguer Metro Station and 10 minutes’ walk from Sagrada Familia.
    Review

    "Location Friendly and knowledgeable staff Xavier recommended great restaurants and helped us plan our excursions"

    cecilia. Canada
  • £147

    Average price per night

    H10 Cubik 4* Sup, Barcelona
    9.3 Superb 1,564 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, H10 Cubik offers accommodation in Barcelona. The hotel has a seasonal outdoor pool and terrace, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar.
    Review

    "This hotel has exceeded my expectations. It is super central, there is a metro station just outside the hotel and a lot of the main attractions of Barcelona are within easy walking distance. The staff was very helpful and friendly. We enjoyed some good food and drinks in the rooftop bar. Price is awesome for the location and the amenities."

    Andrea. Switzerland

Catalonia highlights

La Garrotxa Volcanic Nature Reserve
Well-marked hiking and cycling routes criss-cross this unique landscape of dormant volcano craters, lava flows, beech forests and pretty towns.
Medieval towns
Step back in time in towns like Vic, Besalú and Peratallada, home to castles, winding streets and beautiful old churches.
Wine and cava tasting in the Penedès
Tour wine cellars and vineyards and sample the finished product at some of Spain’s most important wine and cava producers.
Nightlife in Sitges
This charming beach town’s bustling nightlife suits all persuasions. Its annual carnival fills the streets with floats, dancers and costumes.
Montserrat Mountain
Hike or take the cable car up this gnarled mountain to visit the famous monastery and take in spectacular views.
Skiing in Val d’Aran
The Aran Valley is Catalunya’s largest ski area. Baqueira-Beret Ski Resort offers great snow quality and pistes for all levels.
Romanesque churches of the Boí Valley
Admire the beautiful carvings, murals and bell towers of the Vall de Boí’s Romanesque churches, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Watersports and adventure sports in Lleida
Take the plunge with rafting, canyoning, riverboarding or bungee jumping in the valleys, mountains and rivers of the Lleida Pyrenees.
Girona’s old town
Girona’s long history is evident in its ancient city walls, Arab baths and the narrow streets of the Jewish Quarter.
Exploring the Cadí-Moixeró Nature Reserve
Hike or mountain bike your way past valleys, forests, meadows and cliffs in the Cadí and Moixeró mountain ranges.

Resorts for All Seasons

From the heights of La Molina ski resort down to Mediterranean beaches, Catalonia is a fantastic Spanish region. Its capital Barcelona, Gaudì’s masterpiece, is home to most 5-star hotels in Catalonia on Booking.com.

Castelldefels has a long, sandy beach, and its neighbour Sitges has a seafront church overlooking its beach. Tarragona has remains of a Roman theatre and aqueduct, and is near the Costa Dorada’s PortAventura theme park. Salou has a wide, beachfront promenade, as does Cambrils which also has a marina.

The Costa Brava resorts of Calella and Platja d’Aro have long, sandy beaches, and between them are beautiful Blanes and lively Lloret de Mar. A castle guards Tossa de Mar bay and L’Estartit is at the foot of a triangular hill. Next to Empuriabrava’s large marina, Roses has a citadel and palm-lined promenade, and there is outlandish architecture in Figueres, Dalì’s birthplace. A whitewashed former home of his is in coastal Cadaqués.

By Andorra, La Seu d’Urgell houses several hotels in the Catalonian Pyrenées, and Vielha valley is surrounded by mountains, as is the lake at Puigcerdà near France. Olot has 4 volcanoes within it and Lleida is one of Catalonia’s oldest towns.

High-altitude Tortosa has a hilltop castle and impressive cathedral, and colourful, multi-shaped buildings line Girona’s riverfront, while partially intact city walls surround its old town.