The best hotels in Barcelona

Aragon 116 sobreatico 1, Eixample, 08015 Barcelona, Spain
Carrer Pintor Gimeno, 2, Sarrià-St. Gervasi, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Passeig De Gràcia, 32 4º, Eixample, 08007 Barcelona, Spain
Ausias March, 125, Eixample, 08009 Barcelona, Spain
C/Francesc Alegre, 9, Horta-Guinardó, 08024 Barcelona, Spain
Radas 45, 2-1, Sants-Montjuïc, 08004 Barcelona, Spain
La Rambla 138, Ciutat Vella, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Callao, 20, Sants-Montjuïc, 08015 Barcelona, Spain
Gràcia, 8013 Barcelona, Spain
Gran Via de Les Corts Catalanes, 620, Eixample, 08007 Barcelona, Spain
Nou de la Rambla, 12, Ciutat Vella, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
Ferran, 7, Ciutat Vella, 08001 Barcelona, Spain


Gran Via de les corts Catalanes 455, Eixample, 08015 Barcelona, Spain
Rec, 38, Ciutat Vella, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
De Pujades 219, Sant Martí, 08005 Barcelona, Spain
19 Carrer de Vila i Vilà, Sants-Montjuïc, 08004 Barcelona, Spain
Rambla Poblenou 16, 1-7, Sant Martí, 08005 Barcelona, Spain
Girona, 15, Eixample, 08010 Barcelona, Spain
Gràcia, 8012 Barcelona, Spain
Eixample, 8013 Barcelona, Spain

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Barcelona’s wealth of arts, culture, and magical architecture leave a lasting impression on all who visit there. Make the most of our Barcelona deals and discover all that Spain's second largest city has to offer.

Perhaps the most distinctive features of the city are its unique buildings, designed in the modernist style by some of the leading architects of their time. The most famous of these are the works of Antoni Gaudí, with his passion for bright, pastille coloured structures that resemble the stuff of fairy tales. Palau Güell, Casa Milà (La Pedrera), Casa Vicens, and Casa Batlló are all fine examples of his work, however, it’s Park Güell and the Sagrada Família that make the biggest impression on visitors.

Park Güell was originally intended to be a housing development with attached gardens but when this idea was abandoned it was opened as a public garden instead. From the gingerbread-like houses to the harlequin-tiled salamander that sits at the entrance, the park conjures a wonderfully surreal atmosphere. The main terrace forms the heart of the park, with its winding, tiled bench in the shape of a sea serpent from which you can enjoy panoramic views across the city.

Gaudi’s most famous design is his unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Família - an awe-inspiring Cathedral consisting of a series of towers ascending towards the heavens. The base of the building is decorated with detailed stone sculptures and contains the crypt where Gaudi is buried. Begun in 1882, construction of the Sagrada Família is estimated to reach completion by 2026, however, you can still visit most parts of this impressive attraction as work continues.Take advantage of Barcelona hotels now deals

There are also fine examples of Gothic architecture in the Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter) of the old city, one of the best places to stay in Barcelona for lovers of history, where many of the buildings date to medieval and Roman times. Barcelona Cathedral, which took over six hundred years to build, has an impressive Gothic façade and allows fantastic views over the city.