Hotels in Barcelona


With a wide range of affordable, good-quality four and five-star hotels on offer, it won’t be hard to decide where to stay in Barcelona. While it’s t... Read More

With a wide range of affordable, good-quality four and five-star hotels on offer, it won’t be hard to decide where to stay in Barcelona. While it’s tough to pass up the beachfront views from the likes of the Arts and W, those looking for a city center location might prefer the luxurious Mercer or the stylish 1898. Or why not head out of the city and let yourself be pampered at La Florida on Tibidabo mountain? Regardless of whether you’re looking for a luxury stay, a small boutique guesthouse, or something in between, our guide has you covered.

From sleek, modern buildings and chain hotels to restored 19th and 20th century townhouses of the Gothic Quarter, the best hotels in Barcelona cater to every budget and personality. Prices rise during the peak travel seasons, so plan ahead. The more affordable options can usually be found outside the city’s tourist zones, which are easy to access thanks to good public transportation.

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  • ABaC Hotel

    Visiting gourmands have long been crazy for the brilliant revisionist Catalan cooking of chef Jordi Cruz and now, thankfully, they don't... Read More

  • Casa Bonay

    Casa Bonay is a new design-centric hotel in L’Eixample where the restaurant staff’s uniforms are in the same tropical print as the wallpaper. Read More

  • Casa Camper

    Fernando Amat, owner of Spain’s housewares boutique Vinçon, and architect Jordi Tió created the 25-suite Casa Camper for the bohemian Spanish shoemaker.... Read More

  • Cotton House Hotel, Autograph Collection

    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... Read More

  • El Palauet

    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... Read More

  • Grand Hotel Central

    Few would argue with the fact that the Grand Central Hotel has the best roof terrace in Barcelona. With views of the entire city and an infinity pool... Read More

  • Hotel 1898

    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... Read More

  • Hotel Arts

    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... Read More

  • Hotel Bagues

    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... Read More

  • Hotel Brummell

    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. The... Read More

  • Hotel DO: Plaça Reial

    Located in one of Barcelona's most famous squares, la Plaça Reial, the Do Reial is the perfect hotel for a romantic getaway. Its 18 rooms are prettily... Read More

  • K+K Hotel Picasso

    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... Read More

  • Margot House

    The namesake of Margot Tenenbaum from the movie The Royal Tenenbaums, Margot House is an understated boutique hotel situated on Barcelona's most... Read More

  • Mercer Hotel Barcelona

    The Mercer offers one of the most exclusive hotel experiences that can be found in Barcelona. Opened in September 2012, it combines historical heritage... Read More

  • Hotel Neri

    An intimate 18th-century palace that blends old-world romance with funky Catalan chic in medieval Barri Gotic, the neighborhood where Picasso lived,... Read More

  • The Serras Hotel Barcelona

    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... Read More

  • W Barcelona

    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... Read More

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