The Hotel Miramar Barcelona was built during the Universal Exposition of 1929 held in Barcelona. King Alfonso XIII inaugurated the palace and it looks back on a long history. While retaining the original façade of the old palace, the transformation of the hotel had the goal to create a unique space where comfort is all around. Accessibility at Hotel Miramar Barcelona includes easy access to the building and the pool, as well as adaption of a Deluxe Room.
Each of Miramar’s air-conditioned rooms has floor-to-ceiling windows, a 47-inch TV with international channels, and a mini-bar. Besides, their private bathrooms come with L’Occitane toiletries, hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers, and either a shower or a designer bathtub. The bathroom of the adapted Deluxe Room has an open, ground-level shower with handrails and a shower chair. Moreover, next to the toilet another handrail is located.
Ramps and elevators make moving around the Hotel Miramar Barcelona accessible for everyone. The hotel has 24-hour room service and a bar with a terrace. The reception is open all day and the trained stall is happy to assist the guests in multiple languages. Besides, free parking is available.
Guests can make use of the on-site fitness center or relax in the outdoor swimming pool. Here entering the pool is possible for everyone through a specific hoist. The hotel’s L´Occitane Spa features an indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room, pressure showers, and treatment cabins. The in-house restaurant serves a selection of Catalan and Mediterranean dishes.
Staying at this luxury hotel guests can leave the noise of the city to relax and enjoy the beautiful views of Barcelona and the sea. In addition to its views of the gardens, the location surprises with its proximity to La Ramblas of Barcelona. Barcelona offers a variety of activities inside, as well as outside the city. Hotel Miramar Barcelona is just ten minutes from the fashion boutiques, restaurants, and vibrant nightlife away. Furthermore, the hotel is located whit in 18-minute walk from the beach. Also, the Joan Miró Foundation, the Old Port, and the National Art Museum of Catalonia are within 20 minutes’ walk away.