This five star Secret Hotel is situated within close proximity to Las Ramblas, Barcelona’s central tree lined street, popular with both tourists and locals alike. The street is famous for it’s market stalls selling everything from delicious gelato and baby bunnies to homemade jewellery and paintings. As lively in the day as it is at night, this famous street is not to be left out your city break itinerary.
As you would expect from a five star hotel, the facilities here are second to none. Staff are more than happy to help with theatre reservations and car rental. The hotel also benefits from 24 hour concierge, 24 hour reception, free internet in the lobby and underground parking as well as featuring a terrace area and lobby bar. There is also an extensive range of leisure facilities to ensure only the most relaxing of stays, including a fitness centre, gym, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, whirlpool and seasonal outdoor swimming pool.
Guest rooms at this exclusive hotel benefit from daily housekeeping and feature complimentary toiletries, climate control, bathrobes and slippers to ensure you feel right at home. Business travellers will also be pleased to know that the hotel offers a wide range of facilities to facilitate your needs including audio/visual equipment, translation services, board rooms, meeting rooms and banqueting centre.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Adventure seeking families should head to SphereMania. The inflatable balls, which take up to two people at a time, are launched off a 4m ramp and down a 150m hill. This adrenaline rush is sure to be a hit with teenagers.
Quatre Gats restaurant was once frequented by Picasso and his friends. For a truly unique venue and delicious food enjoyed in the company of the resident pianist, treat your better half to dinner in this romantic setting.
Corte Ingles department store is known for it’s fantastic shopping choice, and with three in Plaza Catalunya you’re certain to find what you’re looking for. There’s even a food section if you’ve been missing some much loved items from home!
A visit to Barcelona wouldn’t be complete without seeing Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia. This is the number one tourist destination here, and with good reason. This spectacular Catholic Church is already a UNESCO world heritage site despite it still being a work in progress. You can marvel at the intricate carving from the outside or take a tour inside which is thoroughly recommended.
For Eating Out
To celebrate a special occasion or just as a farewell meal to the city, try Con Gracia. The food is a Spanish and International fusion so the tasting menu is a great way to try some of the more interesting and unique dishes.
Catwalk is a big hit with the young crowd and tourists. Often frequented by stag and hen parties due to it’s house and r&b music divided between two dancefloors so there’s something for everyone.