A gastronomic boutique hotel with only 18 luxury rooms, most of them with charming views of Plaza Real. Surround yourself by the city's rooftops and gothic monuments while enjoying Barcelona's warm sun.
Located in a restored 19th century building on the famous La Rambla and with one of the most appealing swimming pools in town, this hotel delivers a top-class experience for a 4 star property. Traditional tapas are served with spectacular Barcelona views.
Located by the elegant Passeig de Gracia Avenue and functioning in a UNESCO World Heritage Site itself, this hotel presents world class service and breathes modernism. From the rooftop, the views over Barcelona are remarkable.
In what used to be a jewelry shop, the luxurious Hotel Bagués, located by Las Ramblas, is elegantly decorated in deep colors. Barcelona views from the rooftop terrace are nothing less than exceptional.
This sail shaped hotel is perhaps on of the most innovative properties in Barcelona. Attention to design is reflected in each detail and the views are in fact superb. Eclipse, on the 26th floor, is definitely worth a visit.
Both Gothic Quarter and sea views can be enjoyed from this hotel's terrace. Sunset Lounge Bar, in the rooftop, is well known among locals for the spectacular sunsets views. Rooms are modern and location ideal.
Large windows throughout the hotel provide guests with inspiring Barcelona views. Next to the Sants Train and Metro Station, this hotel is easily accessible from the airport and not far from the city center.
Commanding views of Barcelona from Tibidabo Hill - these include the Mediterranean and all the city's major landmarks. Rooms are superb and some have a private balcony. Truly exceptional hotel experience.
Located by Passeig de Gracia, this hotel offers a rooftop pool and terrace with captivating views of the avenue and Gaudí's La Pedrera. Lasarte, with 2 Michellin stars, is a gastronomic indulgence not to be missed.
Most rooms within this hotel offer spectacular panoramic views of Barcelona. This property is located high above the city in Montjuic mountain, allowing one to admire the city views to its full extent (including the Mediterranean sea).