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4 Star Accessible Boutique Hotel in Barcelona

Eixample, 08007 Barcelona, Spain
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Description

This 4 Star Accessible Boutique Hotel in Barcelona is located in the heart of L’Eixample, just 100m from Casa Battló. The structure is in Paseo de Gracia better known as Quadrat d’or (Golden Square). Barcelona El Prat Airport is 15 minutes drive from the property.

The modern design accessible rooms come with free WiFi, flat-screen TV, safety box and air conditioning. The rooms also have an adapted bathroom with amenities. The decoration of the hotel represents the pace of the sea and each room is unique, decorated by a famous interior designer. The property features a seasonal rooftop plunge pool with a perfect view of Barcelona skyline and a solarium. The restaurant offers a daily buffet breakfast with a great choice of scrambled eggs, bacon, cold meats, cheeses, fruit, a healthy corner with different types fresh fruit juices, smoothies and so much more. The hotel offers many personalized services such as personal menu for people with allergies.

The customer service of the hotel is excellent. The staff are friendly and ready to help and welcome you with the warmest hospitality. The amazing rooftop of the property is a favorite for locals and tourists to enjoy the sunset. The bar offers one of the most complete cocktail list in Barcelona’s leisure scene. Guests also love the location of the hotel, perfectly central and near a wide range of shops, restaurants, and cultural spots. The city center of the city is famous for its history and amazing modernist buildings such Casa Batlló and La Pedrera from Gaudí. In addition, the beautiful Casa Ametller and La Sagrada Familia are in the area.


Rooms Types

Accessible Double Room

  • Air-conditioning
  • Folding Shower seat
  • Free WI-FI
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety Box
  • Satellite TV
  • Shower grab bars
  • Toilet Amenities
  • Toilet grab bars (Two sides)

COVID-19 update

Our dear friends; we hope you and your loved ones are well. The government here in Spain has taken measures in order to reduce the spread of the virus similar to those in other countries in the world. At this difficult time, we send our thoughts to those who have suffered the flue, and also to the health care staff at hospitals, who are putting their lives at risk under this uncertainty. Next weeks will tell what new measures are taken at airports in regards to international travel, until then we wish you the best patience and take everyday precautions. We are hoping to see you again, and we remain available to answer any question or concern you may have about traveling to Spain.