This unique four star hotel is located in Hopsitalet to the South West of Barcelona city centre so it offers excellent value for money, leaving you with the spare cash in your pocket to really enjoy all the sights and sounds of the city itself. This is a modern and stylish hotel which is designed to help relax and refresh you after a long day sightseeing in Barcelona. The integrated wellness centre and spa is tranquil and calming and incorporates an indoor pool and steam room.
All the guest rooms are equally as well furnished with air conditioning, a flat screen TV, a mini bar, complimentary toiletries, a work desk and high speed internet connection and en suite bathroom. In addition, this hotel offers its guests free airport transfers, pay parking on site, WiFi in the public areas and room service. This hotel also incorporates a good range of business facilities with board and conference rooms being available.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Barcelona Zoo has a wide ranges of animals on show and the enthusiastic guides will help you look around. There is also a gift shop, picnic area, a cafe, electric cars to buggy you around and ponies to ride at the end of the day.
If you are visiting Barcelona in the colder months of the year, then a visit to La Granja is a perfect way to warm up over a speciality cup of steaming and frothy hot chocolate. Handsome and gleaming, this antique filled little cafe bar is a slice of heaven for those in need.
Even if you are not the religious type, a wander through the extraordinary Romanesque architecture of the Sant Pau del Camp is a delight. The fairytale facade and angelic cloister are simply irresistible and well worth the effort.
If you are a dedicated shopper and bargain hunter then the half hour journey to La Roca Village just outside the city is a must. With over 50 designer boutiques and shops, it is a paradise for shopaholics and a pilgrimage that is worth the journey.
For eating out
Try local specialities called pintxos – a Basque variation on tapas – in the excellent Euskal Etxea. Traditionally, diners would spear tasty morsels of food on toothpicks and at the end of the night, you would be charged for the number of toothpicks used. Instead, bite sized taste explosions are served on varied breads. A social and tasty way to eat.
The weird and wonderful Cat Bar is a hidden away but very trendy nightspot which is hard to find. Well off the well beaten tourist path, this little nightclub is a popular locals favourite but equally welcoming to travellers as well.