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4 Star Modern Design Accessible Hotel in Barcelona

Eixample, 08037 Barcelona, Spain
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This 4 Star Modern Design Accessible Hotel in Barcelona is located next to Passeig de Gracia Boulevard, 5-minutes’ walk from Gaudí’s La Pedrera in Barcelona’s Eixample District. Verdaguer and Diagonal Metro Stations are 500 m away and offer easy access to Las Ramblas and Sants Train Station. Barcelona El Prat Airport is 15 minutes drive from the property.

The stylish accessible rooms of the hotel features free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, minibar, safety box and a flat-screen TV. Each room is decorated with colourful lively prints and includes a private adapted bathroom with toilet amenities. The hotel’s restaurant offers a rich continental breakfast served in a buffet service from 7am till 12 noon every day. The accessible structure has also an elegant bar with a wide range of cocktails and a beautiful terrace on site. The modern design hotel has a Mediterrean minimal look arranged by an important designer.

Guests love the perfect location in the heart of the city center, in the Eixample, an area with a lot history and architecture, full of excellent bars and delicious restaurants. In addition, the Sagrada Familia Cathedral, Plaza Catalunya and La Ramblas are a few minutes walk from the property. The largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea is unique and offers plenty of different activities for tourists and locals. The lovely staff of the hotel will ensure a pleasant stay and a warm hospitality. The rooms are spacious, superbly clean and with plenty of character.

Rooms Types

Accessible Double Room

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

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