Hotel Door

Perfectly situated amidst Barcelona’s countless sights and shops, this luxury hotel provides the ideal place to relax and unwind at the end of a busy day. Whether you prefer to spend your day in this vibrant city, window-shopping down the iconic Passeig de Gracia or soaking up local culture in a medieval market, this hotel will guarantee you the chance to revitalise before heading out once again. The pristine, spacious rooms are ideal for any nature of traveller; couples, business or families who can request the convenient connecting rooms.

If you are excited to sample the world-renowned Spanish cuisine, the remarkable Brasserie-style restaurant is the perfect opportunity to do so without having to leave the hotel. Enjoy a glass of your favourite Spanish wine as you reflect on your day’s activities. If you still have the energy, why not take advantage of the well-equipped fitness centre to work off those tapas and glasses of sangria!

The bar and terrace have become honey-pots for any hotel guest or resident of Barcelona who seeks scrumptious cocktails and tasty bites, whilst Barcelona’s nightline provides the perfect lively backdrop. Take advantage of this sophisticated spot on your doorstep to make it the meeting point between friends or colleagues. If you are in Barcelona on business, this hotel has excellent facilities including internet access, conference rooms and a business centre, to make your work as easy and stress-free as possible.

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For Families

Treat your kids to a trip to the famous Barcelona FC Stadium which is only a short walk from the hotel. If you’re there when there’s a match on, try getting tickets from the stadium or from one of the La Caixa cash dispensing machines. Otherwise enjoy spectacular views from the elevated seats over the pitch.

For Romance

The Plaza de Sant Felip Neri is without a doubt one of Barcelona’s most romantic squares. It’s a magical place to take your other half and sit by the bubbling fountain bathed in moonlight and listen to a local strumming away on his antique guitar.

For Culture

The Dali museum is arguably one of the most interesting and popular museums in Spain and if you’re in Barcelona, this is the perfect opportunity to visit it in Figueres, only a short train ride away. The museum is home to one of the largest collections of his work and the town itself was where Dali grew up so as you wander around, you’ll be walking in the legendary artist’s footsteps.

For Shopping

El Corte Ingles is the biggest department store group in Europe and there are several in the centre of Barcelona, selling almost everything imaginable, from books and clothes to real estate. If you find yourself craving something from home, this department store is your best bet in finding it in the city.

For Eating Out

For an excellent break from the tapas and cerveza take yourself down to Big J’s. Here you can indulge in a typical American diner experience with a hot dog, fries and thirst-quenching milkshake, either at the bar or in one of the cosy booths.

For Nightlife

Barcelona has in recent years become synonymous to the nightlife that it offers to its visitors. The huge number of backpackers and weekenders means that there is rarely a night of the week when clubs and bars are found empty. For a classy cocktail with a spectacular view, visit Sky Bar in Axel Hotel.