Hotel Door

This centrally located, comfortable hotel is an exceptional choice for business travellers, who will be able to take full advantage of a range of amenities and facilities. The hotel, which conveniently stands close to Fira de Barcelona and Gran Via II has excellent transport links to the airport and to all the major attractions in downtown Barcelona. The Fira de Barcelona, which was established in 1932, provides an outstanding meeting point and exchange place for a variety of social and economic sectors. Navigating yourself around Barcelona is quick and simple; almost everywhere can be reached by the efficient Metro service that runs through the city.

The rooms have all been decorated with a modern style, and the hotel sits inside a fully restored building. For those who are in town on business, each room comes with a work area, free internet connection and free safe box with laptop capacity. For groups or assemblies, there are meeting rooms equipped with audio and visual tools.

Other valuable facilities that the hotel provides are city tours, private car transfers and 24 hour concierge service. These, along with the luxuries of a fitness centre and lobby bar, will ensure that any visitor to this fine hotel will feel very well-looked after and satisfied with their stay.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For Families

A popular way to get to grips with the city, as well as getting around in a fun way, is to catch the Barcelona Bus Tours. For families travelling with younger children it’s ideal because you can hop on and off when you decide on which sites you wish to see. Children enjoy a special ticket price too. These tourist buses are operated by a number of establishments throughout the city, which vary slightly in price and route.

For Romance

If you find yourself in Barcelona during the summer months, the perfect romantic evening can be had on top of Montjuic castle, where there are outdoor screenings of films. The moat fills up with couples and groups of friends or family, who bring picnic blankets and bottles of Catalan cava to enjoy through the film.

For Culture

Barcelona offers a whole host of cultural activities all year round, and if you’re looking for something a little different why not try one of the many workshops in art, history and dance? Depending on what takes your fancy, you can take part in a Picasso Workshop at the museum, a Flamenco Workshop or a Theatre Workshop, among many others. They are all interactive activities that are designed to stimulate creativity and allow you to immerse yourself into the local culture.

For Shopping

Within easy reach of this hotel is one of the most popular and best food markets in the world, La Boqueria. Just to wander through this famous marketplace is a rich sensory experience. You can pick up some of the freshest products that are grown and produced in the surrounding area, but also from all around the world.

For Eating Out

An alternative option for breakfast in the city is the Japanese pastry shop, Ochiai Pastisseria. Here you can expect to be wowed by a huge assortment of delicious delicacies, both from Cataluña and Japan. A perfect way to start your morning!

For Nightlife

Situated a little further away from the main row of nightclubs on Avenida Diagonal, BeCool is a popular choice with the locals and tourists alike. Best visited at the weekend, this quirky venue, complete with revolving dance floor, regularly plays host to much celebrated DJs.