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The Ramblas is Barcelona’s most famous street, and with good reason. This iconic street connects Plaza Catalunya with the Gothic Quarter and the sea, so basing yourself in close proximity is advised for exploring the city centre. This four star Secret Hotel is located in the Parallel Avenue area, less than 10 minutes from the Ramblas and within easy reach to other tourist attractions such as Montjuic and the magic fountains.

Relax on the hotel’s rooftop terrace for fantastic views of the city, work out in the gym or take a dip in the seasonal outdoor swimming pool. The hotel is fully equipped with 24 hour reception, 24 hour concierge, lobby bar, cyber corners with free internet 24 hours as well as laundry, limousine and city tour services. Rest assured that anything you may need during your stay will be taken care of.

The hotel features contemporary decor and furnishings. Guest rooms include private bathrooms with bathtub, free internet access, mini-bar, cable plasma screen television, complimentary toiletries and safe with laptop capacity. Whether travelling for pleasure or on business, this hotel is the perfect choice. Business facilities include audio/visual equipment, business and conference rooms and banqueting centre.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For Families

A great family day out is taking a walk or the cable car up to the top of Montjuic mountain. The cable car is a great and exciting way to see the city, stopping at the castle at the top for further views and photo opportunities. If you choose to walk, there are several garden and park areas which are perfect for picnics.

For Romance

Barcelona is known for it’s oysters and its locally produced cava, so what better way to enjoy a romantic evening than combining the two! There’s plenty of seafood restaurants to choose from, but for reasonable prices and great quality, why not try Vildsvin L’antiga Taverna.

For Shopping

Passeig de Gracia is a truly luxurious shopping experience. Wander down this avenue of predominantly designer shops, including Burberry and Chanel.

For Culture

Parc Guell is a must for most tourists visiting Barcelona. The park not only boasts fantastic views of the city, but is also home to some of Gaudi’s most famous works. To find out more, head into the Gaudi House Museum situated within the grounds which was not only the former residence of the architect, but also houses a fantastic collection of his works.

For Eating Out

Romero Restaurante serves mediterranean cuisine at reasonable prices. Portion sizes are generous, staff are friendly and the food is delicious. Not to be missed!

For Nightlife

It might not be exactly Spanish, but kicking off the evening with a coronita in Hard Rock Cafe in Plaza Catalunya is a great start. The atmosphere is electric, with iconic bands playing on the big screens, you can sip your beers surrounded by rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia.