Hotels in Spain
Don't miss the opportunity to stay in this luxury residence consisting of six two-bedroom suites, each of which comes equipped with its very own personal assistant, who is there to cater to your every need.
This lovely hotel in the heart of Las Ramblas (it occupies a former 19th-century jewelry workshop) has a knowledgeable staff, a large terrace with views looking over the city, and a great bistro-style restaurant (which serves great oysters).
One of the most recent additions to Marriott's Autograph Collection, Hotel Cotton House Barcelona is housed in an iconic 19th century building that was formerly the headquarters of the Association of Cotton Manufacturers.
The namesake of Margot Tenenbaum from the movie The Royal Tenenbaums, Margot House is an understated boutique hotel situated on Barcelona's most illustrious avenue, Passeig de Gracia.
The Mercer offers one of the most exclusive hotel experiences that can be found in Barcelona. Opened in September 2012, it combines historical heritage with contemporary design and exceptional service.
An urban oasis hidden in the authentic, up-and-coming neighborhood of Poble Sec and just a stone's throw from the beautiful hill of Montjuïc.
This modern, upmarket hotel has an enviable location away from the main tourist trail of Las Ramblas, but just a short walk from the Picasso Museum, the lovely Parc Ciutadella, and everyone's favorite neighborhood, El Born.
This elegant five star hotel is one the newest additions to Barcelona's excellent hotel scene. Set in a building dating from 1846, The Serras is modern and very well situated. The informal restaurant is run by a Michelin-star chef and serves Catalan cuisine.
Located in one of Barcelona's most famous squares, la Plaça Reial, the Do Reial is the perfect hotel for a romantic getaway.
Although this Ritz-Carlton waterfront property opened more than two decades ago, it remains the best choice for a luxury stay in Barcelona. The Arts offers modern, comfortable rooms with exceptional views of the Mediterranean.
Classic, discreet, and extremely elegant, Hotel 1898 boasts one of the city's best rooftops. The hotel's on-site restaurant, La Isabela, offers a 360-degree view of Barcelona, including a unique overhead perspective of the famous Las Ramblas.
Shaped like a sail of glass and steel, the silhouette of the W Barcelona has become one of the most iconic landmarks on the Barcelona skyline since it opened in 2009.
Service matters at Bauzá Hotel, where the young bellhops wear the words can i help you?embroidered in English on their uniforms.
With rooftop terraces and fine dining at Santceloni Restaurant, which has two Michelin stars for its Mediterranean cuisine, Hesperia Madrid caters to a luxurious clientele. The minimalist decor in the public areas, from Spanish designer Pascua Ortega, contrasts dark and light elements.