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Casa Fuster Hotel - Barcelona Hotels

Casa Fuster Hotel

Passeig de Gràcia, 132, Barcelona - Map
4.6 out of 5 (606 reviews)
Barcelona Airport Hotel - El Prat de Llobregat Hotels

Barcelona Airport Hotel

Plaza de la Volateria, 3, El Prat de Llobregat - Map
"Excellent choice for Barcelona Airport."
We spent two nights at the BAH we drove into Barcelona and the hotel was easy to find and had ample parking outside - we arrived late in the afternoon and had dinner at the casual restaurant, staff, food, sangria & staff were all great. Rooms are large with good sized bathrooms - iron & ironing board in room which was great, fridge & safe provided. the only thing extra we would have liked was a kettle & tea & coffee making equipment. We dropped off our rental car the next day - airport close and hire car return easy to find. Early the next day we left for the airport - although there is a shuttle available we used a cab - even at 4:30am these were available.
Traveller from Darwin, NT australia
Hotel Duquesa de Cardona - Barcelona Hotels

Hotel Duquesa de Cardona

Passeig de Colom, 12, Barcelona - Map
"Love this hotel! "
This hotel had lovely staff, was a great location and fabulous accommodation/room.
A Traveller
Olivia Balmes Hotel - Barcelona Hotels

Olivia Balmes Hotel

Carrer de Balmes, 117, Barcelona - Map
"Excellent modern hotel with friendly helpful staff"
Could not fault this hotel, from the moment we arrived. All the staff were super friendly and helpful from the reception to the restaurant. Our room was modern, very clean and well appointed. Location fantastic. We did not want to leave!
Traveller from Brisbane
The Olivia Balmes hotel is a 4-star superior with high quality standards, allowing you to enjoy a unique stay in Barcelona …More
Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona - Barcelona Hotels

Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona

Passeig De Gracia, 68, Barcelona - Map
4.5 out of 5 (837 reviews)
Monument Hotel - Barcelona Hotels

Monument Hotel

Passeig de Gràcia 75, Barcelona - Map
Barceló Sants - Barcelona Hotels

Barceló Sants

Plaza Dels Paisos Catalans S/n, Barcelona - Map
4.4 out of 5 (1,732 reviews)
Hotel Royal Passeig de Gracia - Barcelona Hotels

Hotel Royal Passeig de Gracia

Passeig De Gracia, 84, Barcelona - Map
4.4 out of 5 (278 reviews)
Hotel Jazz - Barcelona Hotels

Hotel Jazz

Pelayo 3, Barcelona - Map
4.6 out of 5 (1,730 reviews)
Grand Hotel Central - Barcelona Hotels

Grand Hotel Central

Via Laietana 30, Barcelona - Map
Had an excellent stay at this hotel. Requested a quiet room on high floor and we were given a room on the seven floor. Room was quiet, bed was very comfortable. All staff were excellent. Hotel is well located. I would stay here again.
A Traveller

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    Accommodation In Barcelona

    Simply stated, if you love art, Barcelona is for you. Gaudi, Miro and Dali were all born in the region, and Picasso studied in the city for years and returned throughout his life. We’re not sure if it’s something in the water, but you’ll want to have a glass or two, just in case. Even if a drink doesn’t pique your creativity, you can at least admire the creativity of others from your accommodation in Barcelona.

    Things to Do in Barcelona

    World-renowned architect Antoni Gaudi “built” his reputation here, and Barcelona holidays aren’t complete without seeing these famous works. The playful swerves and curves of Park Guell make for a dizzying afternoon, but if you’re feeling “sketch-y,” just duck into the Gaudí House Museum to see some of the artist’s drawings. Get a grip on reality, then pay a visit to La Sagrada Familia. You’ll easily see its towering 170-metre spires, but the devil is in the amazing details of this master work of art.

    You can indulge in more than a feast for the eyes, however. Stuffing your face and shopping are Barcelona’s other great pastimes, and accommodation in Las Ramblas is the perfect starting point. You can do both of those things at La Boqueria, a market that is as much a temple to gastronomic excess as La Sagrada Familia is to religion. Drop your cheese and wine finds at your hotel, then fill your day with famous landmarks, mosaics and bric-a-brac browsing—all right at your doorstep.

    Getting To & Around Barcelona

    Flights to Barcelona land at El Prat Airport (BCN), and trains run every 30 minutes from the airport to Passeig de Gràcia Station in the city centre. From there, you can take the Metro to your Barcelona accommodation and many other destinations, such as the Spanish Village and the Picasso Museum. Thanks to Barcelona’s love of its prodigal son, the Metro goes to many of Gaudi’s works as well, and there are bus routes that can take you to other points both within and outside the city. If you must have personal transportation, or if you’re planning on conquering Catalonia, car hires are a good option as well.

    Best Time to Travel

    The summer months of July and August are by far the busiest, but they’re also the most hot and humid. You may want to visit in April through June, when temps are in the 20s and ocean breezes rustle the trees. In the autumn, the mercury starts to drop, but temperatures are still a comfy 10 to 20 degrees. January through March are a great time to find deals on Barcelona hotels, as there’s several exciting festivals occurring during this time of year. Epiphany is a uniquely Spanish celebration of the arrival of the Three Kings, marked in early January with parades, parties and gift exchanges.

    If your holiday self is begging for a little imagination, get creative with Wotif’s deals on hotels in Barcelona. Book today, and enter a stunning world of art and architecture.

    Surrealist cityscapes

    It won't take long before you run into an example of what sets Barcelona apart. The Modernist movement (Art Nouveau's Iberian manifestation) takes its most spectacular form in the city's fantastic architectural creations, most famously Antonio Gaudi's Sagrada Familia, the gothic cathedral which has been under construction since 1882. Bike it or bus it around to discover the urban tableau. Or, head to Parc Güell for an original and interesting park that offers more than just green space.

    The painter Joan Miró another Barcelona native. The Miro Foundation holds the largest collection of his work anywhere. The famed Picasso Museum is also a must, as is the Dalí Museum in nearby Figueres. Take a walk down Las Ramblas, Barcelona's tree-lined thoroughfare, and spend some time with the unique human statues, a surreal form of living art.

    Catalonian identity

    Regional differences in Spain are pronounced and Barcelona is fiercely proud of its Catalonian roots. Manifested most obviously by language, the Catalonian identity has a long history that can be traced back to the ninth century. Banned under Franco, the Catalan language now flourishes, and has undergone an astounding resurgence in recent years.

    This independent spirit infuses the city with life. From tall castellars (human towers) at festivals to fusion cuisine to rival Paris or New York, Barcelona is a creative and vibrant metropolis with one eye on the Mediterranean and the other looking toward the hills (try the funicular up to Tibidabo hill).

    Late nights and into the dawn

    Barcelona comes to life after the sun goes down. The Barri Gótic is Barcelona's oldest section, but it's also home to some of the trendiest bars. Mix with the locals in the La Raval neighborhood, eat tapas at sunset, and go clubbing until dawn. It's all on the agenda in a city where midnight is just the start of the evening.

    Your Barcelona city tour can take you to bullfights in the Gothic Quarter, to Europe's biggest football stadium, or to a flamenco show. Come in June for the Sonar Festival and experience electronic music beyond measure.

    Since hosting the 1992 Olympics, Barcelona has seen revitalization that has never slowed. It's a vibrant mix with new hip addresses and old markets with fresh produce. Its depth and complexity befit the capital of Catalonia and at the break of dawn, it may feel like the capital of the world. Hide