Located on the ground floor of The Corner Hotel, this restaurant brings a taste of New York to the center of Barcelona. Offering a brunch menu with simple, but quality options, The Corner Bar combines American and Spanish cuisines to create a meal you won’t forget. The brunch price will set you back €19 but it comes with an appetizer, main dish and dessert. For starters, we suggest the salmon with caramelized goat cheese followed by the veal burger with cheddar and scrambled egg served on brioche bread for your main course. And you can’t leave without trying the house cheesecake for dessert.
This luxury hotel right on Passeig de Gràcia plays host to its Banker'sBar every Wednesday, when it's decorated with old safes and the like, left over from the bank it used to be before it was the hotel it is now. There's also the Gin & Live cycle, where, apart from hearing some live music, you can also drink from their selection of G&Ts and other cocktails. Entrance is free; the drinks aren't. The Mandarin Oriental boasts an exclusive spa with a 12-metre pool, an oriental steam room, a relaxation zone on the roof terrace with an open-air pool and a long menu of beauty treatments not suitable for all pockets. But if you are among the lucky ones who can afford to go, be sure to take full advantage of this idyllic paradise.
A contemporary take on the traditional hostel, Generator offers a range of rooms for all tastes and budgets, from shared dormitories to a private penthouse suite with city views. It’s a place for making new friends and a fantastic base for exploring the city centre and more off-piste areas such as Gràcia. Not that it were needed, but this venue is certainly proof that we are all travellers now and that the range of accommodations just keeps growing. Generator takes the concept of a low-price place to lay your head and adds on enticing extras to bring their various hostels up to the expectations of today’s tourist. With a largely but not exclusively millennial focus, Generator Barcelona recognises that there are many profiles when it comes to guests. So you can find small, large and women-only dormitories, triple and quad rooms, and, at the top end of the scale, private rooms with terraces and even a penthouse suite that can sleep up to six, making it an ideal space for families. The bedrooms tend towards a clean, contemporary aesthetic while the common areas such as the Fiestas de Gràcia bar (named for the exuberant August festival held in the local Gràcia neighbourhood) are more colourful with an innovative combination of industrial and rustic features. It works as both a practical base for exploring the city and a place to hang out with friends old and new, especially during the daily evening happy hour, thereby carrying on the best traditions of global hostels. Locati
Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona GL offers luxurious accommodation in a neoclassical building on Passeig de Gràcia. It features a spa, rooftop swimming pool and a terrace with amazing views of the city. The Majestic Hotel maintains its original façade and its stylish, modern rooms feature attractive, classic décor. Each has air conditioning and a flat-screen TV. The elegant Condal Restaurant serves à la carte dishes. There is also a piano bar, cocktail bar and the trendy Gourmet Bar, which is located by the pool. The spa features steam baths, a sauna and offers a range of treatments. There is also a fitness centre. Gaudí’s Casa Batlló is just 100 metres from the hotel. Plaza de Catalunya and Las Ramblas are just 10 minutes’ walk away.
Located just 5 minutes’ walk from Barcelona’s Plaza Catalunya, Cotton House Hotel, Autograph Collection, A Marriott Luxury & Lifestyle Hotel, offers elegantly decorated rooms, free WiFi, a seasonal outdoor pool and an on-site restaurant. Formerly the headquarters of the Association of Cotton House Manufacturers, the building features a beautiful vestibule, a conservatory, several lounges and a library. On the sixth floor you will find the pool, as well as a gym and a massage room. Air-conditioned rooms come with flat-screen TVs and a sofa. Their private bathrooms include free toiletries and a hairdryer. Cotton House Hotel, Autograph Collection, A Marriott Luxury & Lifestyle Hotel has a stylish bar, as well as its own restaurant. Guests can also enjoy some Spanish Tapas on the terrace. You will find a wide range of dining options and shops in the surrounding streets. Passeig de Gracia Metro Station is just 400 metres from the Hotel and trains to the airport stop there.
A design hotel that’s popular with cosmopolitan, image-conscious party people. The Axel’s main clientele is the gay crowd but it’s also hetero-friendly. And not only is the hotel a great place to hang out - thanks to the rooftop pool, hot tub and chill-out area, a large spa, and Peruvian-Japanese fusion restaurant - many of Barcelona’s key sights are just a short walk away. This seductive hotel brings together style, design and a range of inviting services. Based in a 19th-century building typical to the local area, the Axel Group has created a four-star accommodation that while principally aimed at gay travellers is also completely hetero-friendly. A lot of effort has gone into creating a hotel that will provide guests with a memorable stay. Rooms are comfortable (eg, a choice of four different kinds of pillows is available) and elegant in calming neutral tones. King-size beds come as standard, as does erotic artwork. Some of the superior rooms offer views of the city or galleries with stained-glass windows, while the four suites on the upper floors have private terraces and extra technological features. An extensive spa is located on the lower ground floor, offering massages, fitness machines, a thermal circuit and personal trainers in a gorgeously designed space. At the top of the building you’ll find the Sky Bar, pool and open-air Jacuzzi; relax during the day by the water, and at night chill out with cocktails. For lunch and supper, head to the hotel’s restaurant Nikkei
Alma Barcelona is set in an attractive building just off Barcelona’s Passeig de Gràcia. It offers a spa, a stylish restaurant with a terrace, and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. Alma Barcelona rooms feature smart, modern décor and leather armchairs. They are equipped with a flat-screen Loewe TV, Punkt phone, and the private bathrooms come with a bathrobe and slippers. The Alma’s spa features an indoor pool, a Hammam and a sauna. There is a gym, and massage is also available. Staff at the Alma’s 24-hour reception can provide information on Barcelona’s many attractions. On request, the hotel offers an airport shuttle service to Barcelona El Prat Airport, a 25-minute drive away. The hotel is just one block from Gaudí’s La Pedrera and a 5-minute walk from Casa Batlló. You can walk to Diagonal Metro Station in 5 minutes, while Plaza de Catalunya is just over 1 km away.
Ideally located, 10 minutes’ walk from both Gaudi’s masterpieces La Pedrera and La Sagrada Familia, Yeah Barcelona Hostel offers free WiFi and 24-hour reception. All rooms at Yeah Barcelona Hostel come with a private bathroom with shower and bed linen. A buffet breakfast is served every morning and a dinner including a set menu, is prepared at night at the on-site kitchen. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Many supermarkets are in the surrounding streets; and trendy bars, restaurants and shops can be found on the many public squares in the Gracia District, 15 minutes’ walk away. The closest metro station is Verdaguer, 500 metres away.
Offering anonymous check-in 24 hours a day and free valet parking, H La Paloma is a love hotel located in the Raval neighbourhood, just 200 metres from Sant Antoni Market.The modern rooms at H La Paloma feature a king-size bed, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen satellite TV and private bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Each room comes with a free private parking space.Room service is available 24 hours a day.H La Paloma is 150 metres from Sant Antoni Metro Station. MACBA Modern Art Museum is 600 metres away, and La Rambla is around 1 km away.
Stylish, modern hostel found in a great city-centre location in Barcelona. It offers extras like an outdoor pool and terrace, bar with happy hour, and a range of eating options, as well as three different bedroom types for all budgets. If you’re looking for a lively, well-located and affordable place to stay in Barcelona, TOC is definitely one for you. Found within a traditional city building, the hostel is a sleek, modern take on budget accommodation where you’ll feel as though you’re in a much pricier hotel. There are three room types: dormitories with bunk beds for six to eight people (some have built-in shower rooms and there are women-only dorms), and suites that sleep either two or four. With an approach to decor that focuses on white linens, light wooden furniture and no unnecessary extras, all the spaces are relaxing and comfortable. As well as the sleeping areas, the hostel has a bar that offers a daily happy hour, and a kitchen space where breakfast is served, you can order and eat a take-away, or use the facilities to prepare your own meal, the elements for which you can buy in the on-site market. If you’re interested in learning new culinary skills, take advantage of their cooking classes given by young local chefs. You can also pick up souvenirs in the TOC shop, take a reading break in the library, play billiards, cards and board games, and enjoy a film or sporting event on the cinema screen. And that’s all before you start exploring the city! Location: A grea