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The best Airbnbs in Barcelona

Make the most of your time in brilliant Barcelona with a stay in one of the city's best Airbnbs, curated by Time Out

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Time Out editors
Contributor
Rosemary Waugh
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Barcelona is a city with serious style. The Catalan capital is home to stunning architecture, stylish boutiques and tapas that, frankly, we consider to be a work of art in its own right. Ok, it’s already nearly perfect, so how about making it totally perfect with a stay in one of the city’s very best Airbnbs? There are some serious gems here, whether you're looking for somewhere chic, cheap or the kind of place you’ll want to spend the rest of your days, you’ll find it in Barcelona. We’ve discovered neoclassical villas, close-to-the-beach lofts and an art nouveau haven in Gracia. You can thank us later when we cross paths in the restaurants and bars of Barcelona. Happy hunting! Welcome to the best Airbnbs in Barcelona.

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Barcelona's best Airbnbs

This super-central flat not only has the location, it's got some seriously lush views, too. Taking breakfast and gazing out across all the gorgeous nineteenth-century architecture around here should be one very special start to anyone's day. And inside? A super-clean, modern, one bedroom flat with space for four guests. We think you're going to like this spot – a properly classy Barcelona stay that works as a dreamy place for exploring this fascinating city.

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Renovated, vintage apartment in Eixample

Just two minutes from Sagrada Familia and with a bus going to the beach stopping right outside the door, this bright and breezy, wonderfully rustic apartment is a great spot for exploring Barcelona. Plus it sleeps four (in two bedrooms), so works out nice and cheap. But if you want the whole thing to yourself? Well, it’s important to indulge in some ‘me time’, so that’s totally something we can endorse. Do it.

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Get a taste of Spain’s proud tradition as world class artists, designers and architects with a stay in this sumptuous one-bed penthouse. We love the classy blend of oh-so-decadent furnishings with a more naturalistic vibe. But best of all? That beautiful terrace with views of the Sagrada Familia. You’re not going to find many better spots than this. Quite frankly, an awesome example of Barcelona's very best Airbnbs. 

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An art nouveau architects' flat

This spacious two-bed flat in Plaza Lesseps, in the trendy area of Gracia, is definitely one for design fans. It's housed within a belter of an art nouveau building (dating back to 1906) and the apartment itself has a great look – think distressed walls next to ornate original features, buffed wooden floors and modernist furniture.

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Design loft close to the beach

This stylish loft apartment is close to Polblenou – a part of town with loads of very trendy cafés and high-quality tapas bars. And the flat itself? It's a modern, open-plan and design-led loft with a cute little terrace to soak up a little sun. It's away from the more touristy areas, but transport is good so you’re within easy range of Barcelona’s best bits. Of which there are many, of course. Time to get exploring.

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Luxury villa in Guinardo

Got a lot of mates worth impressing? Grab 15 of them (plus your lovely self, of course) and plan a stay at this truly luxurious neoclassical villa. Along with a rather nice (in fact, very nice) swimming pool and a Jacuzzi, it’s decadently decorated in a style that will surely make you want to don a silk dressing gown and spend all day swishing through corridors in search of the next cocktail. You deserve another one, right? Course you do!

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Industrial-style apartment

The key to this cute little Airbnb apartment is price. It's able to comfortably host six guests (across two bedrooms, four beds and a sofa bed) and it looks the part, too. It's recently been renovated and is tricked out with exposed brickwork, wooden beams and loads of natural light. And it's just ten minutes from downtown Barcelona, too. 

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