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4 Star Boutique Accessible Hotel in Barcelona

Ciutat Vella, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
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Description

This 4 Star Boutique Accessible Hotel is located in Ciutat Vella, in the historical heart of Barcelona. The Ramblas, Liceu Theater and Boqueria Market are within a few minutes’ walk. While Barcelona’s Airport and Barcelona North bus station are 15 minutes’ drive away.

The elegant hotel is a renewed 19th-century building and it features comfortable and stylish accessible rooms with flat-screen TV, air conditioning, a modern adapted bathroom. The structure also offers free high-speed WiFi and a spacious solarium with loungers. The restaurant of the hotel serves a great choice of Mediterrean cuisine dishes made by a Michelin-starred chef. While the bar offers a variety of drinks and cocktails. The property features a seasonal rooftop terrace  where visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the Ciutat Vella or dive in the open-air swimming pool.

Guests love this location for its modernist spaces refurbished to their original design including new technology and comfort. The hotel offers pleanty of facilities in the room and the breakfast is rich and excellent. In addition, many sights are walking distance such as the near Gothic Quarter and Liceu Mentro Station. The area of Ciutat Vella is perfect for visitors who wants to explore the old town and try the most popular tapas and food places but it also really quiet and typical.


Rooms Types

Accessible Boutique Double

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

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