Hotel Door

An opportunity not to be missed at this inspirationally modern four star hotel. Complete with bold colour schemes, marble work and contemporary glass, this eccentric design Secret Hotel is truly unique. Situated 3km from the iconic Gaudi’s Casa Mila in Passeig de Gracia and 3km from the famous Nou Camp football stadium, this is the perfect base to enjoy all that Barcelona has to offer.

This four star hotel has everything you need to ensure a relaxing and revitalising stay. Take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool or chill in the jacuzzi or in the gardens and terrace area. All guest rooms include cable flat screen television, free internet access, hair dryer, mini-bar and safe with room service also available. This Secret Hotel also benefits from concierge, a night porter, safety deposit boxes and laundry facilities, and those on business benefit from the use of conference rooms and audio/visual equipment.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For Families

Parc Guell is a great day out for families, not only is it free to enter but its also a great location to enjoy a picnic whilst admiring the city skyline and some of Gaudi’s finest architecture. This UNESCO world heritage site is one of the most visited attractions in Barcelona, and you can easily spend a morning wandering around the extensive grounds.

For Romance

Head down to watch the light show at the Magic Fountains in Plaza Espana for a unique date night. The show lights up the mountain behind it, and the atmosphere among the crowds is electric. Grab a cerveza and a chorizo hot dog from one of the nearby vendors and enjoy the show!

For Culture

Barcelona’s number one tourist destination is of course Gaudi’s work in progress, La Sagrada Familia. This spectacular Catholic Church can be marvelled at for free on the outside but paying for entrance is highly recommended as the internal architecture is breathtaking.

For Shopping

La Maquinista Shopping Centre is one of the best places for some retail therapy in Barcelona. Home to over 230 retail and entertainment stores including designer and high street brands, you’ll be spoilt for choice. If it all gets a bit too manic, head to one of the many restaurants or catch a film at the 3D cinema.

For Eating Out

Quimet Quimet is often hailed as one of the best tapas bars in Barcelona, and what’s more it won’t cost you an arm and a leg. With tapas starting from €2.50, you can afford to try all the local delicacies and a glass or two of the local cava.

For Nightlife

Treat yourself to a cocktail at Kahiki tiki bar, just by Universitat, and be transported to the exotic. If you fancy a boogie afterwards, why not carry on the theme and head to nearby polynesian club Aloha.