Mar 6, 2020 - Mar 7, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Where to Stay in Barcelona
From food to football, sunshine to sangria, Barcelona truly has it all. The capital of the region of Catalonia, Barcelona is perched on the northeast coast of Spain and fringed by its famous Mediterranean beachfront. Home of the stunning Antoni Gaudi-designed Sagrada Família, the city is known for its art and architecture, including works by the likes of Picasso, while FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou and the F1 Spanish Grand Prix are hugely popular.
Barcelona City Center
Barcelona is a city boasting a variety of eclectic areas, all easily reachable using the popular metro system. If it’s sightseeing, shopping and attractions you’re after then look to stay in the heart of the city around Placa Catalunya and the famed shopping area (La Rambla) or go exploring in the streets of the old town Gothic Quarter. Discover the best things to do in Barcelona.
La Rambla Hotels
Slap bang in the center of the city off the Placa Catalunya, the boutique-style Pulitzer is popular both with tourists and locals looking to blend chic yet informal with a Mediterranean vibe. A cool option for those fond of a central location with live music, a rooftop terrace and cocktail bar.
Located at the top end of La Rambla, the Hotel Loret Ramblas is near Placa Catalunya providing the perfect location for access to both the airport bus route and all city transport options. There's free Wi-Fi and a variety of room choices including family accommodation.
A budget option for travellers keen to be in the hub of the city. Although basic, rooms offer free Wi-Fi and en-suite bathrooms.
For those looking to spend time on the beach, Barceloneta is famous for its sandy beach and an abundance of dining options and nightclubs. It also has its own stop on the city metro.
1. W Barcelona
Situated on the Barceloneta boardwalk with great seafront views, the W is a plush five-star hotel offering free Wi-Fi, three restaurants, rooftop bar and a spa.
Just one block from the beachfront, this mid-range hotel provides free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast and parking, outdoor pool and fitness facilities. It's within walking distance of public transport and a variety of restaurants and bars.
For budget living overlooking the beach, the Equity Point Sea is a casual hostel option with basic private rooms and dorms less than 2km from the city centre. Free Wi-Fi, complimentary continental breakfast and free use of computers are available.
From budget to luxury five-star accommodation, Barcelona has a wealth of accommodation choices – check out our online filtering system to compare Barcelona hotel options and find the perfect fit for your budget and location preference.Find out about the Skyscanner App. Search Flights, Hotels and Car Rental
Three short days. Lots of walking but used a transit bus to and from the airport. Used their city subway transit line to La Familia Sagrada, must remember to book tour well in advance, none availble that day. Rented a car and drove north to sun and sno
Great sunny city and happy feeling all around. So much to see and it’s all beautiful
My hotel was on Las Ramblas. So I spent most of my time down by the water. Beautiful area beach is amazing they have a pier that is fantastic
All around amazing place to visit. Filled with history, great food(tons of vegan options), inexpensive shopping, nice beaches, and great for photography. Highly recommended