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Between the boutique-lined back alleys, the towering architecture of Gaudi and the bustling beach that splays outward from the tail end of famous, pedestrianised Las Ramblas, Barcelona is a city that melds the medieval with the most modern spectacles, and offers visitors a well-curated collection of options for shopping, dining and exploring, just two hours from the British mainland. Fine art and performing art spaces form part of the sprawling parks here, most notably Park Güell – which winds its way upward from the head of the city. Another draw is the foodie scene, ranging from world-renowned Michelin stars to unassuming tapas bars, and everything in between, which holds its own within the top culinary clutch of Europe.

These Barcelona hotels are the most gorgeous stays to flirt with in Spain’s fun city. From sexy arrivals such as cool East London transplant The Hoxton in the trendy Poblenou neighbourhood, to a slick Nobu Hotel, palatial hotels, stays with rooftop bars and swimming pools and even some affordable options, these are our favourite hotels in Barcelona to book for your next trip.

  • The Hoxton, Pobelnou

    Design-lovers flock to Barcelona, and the Hoxton’s newest address is likely to be the place they book into. From the minute you step foot into the open-plan bar, restaurant and reception, you’ll be inspired by decor, menus and the cool-but-approachable staff. It’s the first opening from The Hoxton group in Spain, and the brand chose Poblenou as its location – an ideal setting for someone who wants to discover a new side to Barcelona, where locals hang out away from the crowded tourist favourites. Rooms are classic Hoxton; simple and design-led, with a focus on textures and simplicity. There’s a range of options to suit various budgets, from Roomy to Homey, and if you’re looking for something special be sure to book a room with a view of La Sagrada Familia. When it comes to activities, days here are spent on the rooftop, hanging out by the pool and feasting on tacos from taqueria Tope (the nachos are also highly recommended). Soak up the creative atmosphere in the bar with a cocktail made with local ingredients, or wander down Rambla del Poblenou towards the beach to watch the sunset among the locals. Abigail Malbon

    Address: The Hoxton, Avinguda Diagonal, 205, 08018 Barcelona, Spain

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    El Palace Hotel Barcelona

    Few hotels capture Barcelona’s glorious heritage quite like this one, occupying a privileged corner on the Gran Via for more than a century. The former Ritz retains its Baroque opulence throughout, from the stately marble-columned entryway to the ballrooms dripping with ornate chandeliers to the vast main hall: all mirrors, gilt and elegant Louis XVI-style furniture. Similar in décor, bedrooms feature plush carpeting, tasselled silk curtains, marble fireplaces and traditional wood furnishings mixed with antiques. But fusty it’s not – there’s always something going on at the hotel, whether it’s live jazz in the cushy belowground Bluesman Bar or alfresco films on the expansive, dual-level roof terrace, a lush oasis of fragrant plants, flower-covered pergolas and burbling fountains. Certainly, the Amar Barcelona (new in April 2022), from former El Bulli head chef Rafa Zafra, is already creating a buzz. The striking dining space, with its five-metre-high ceilings, deep-blue walls and enormous chandeliers suspended over a central circular gold bar, complements Zafra’s modern interpretation of classic Catalan fare. Top-notch ingredients – seafood from the Costa Brava, meat from the Pyrenees, seasonal local produce – result in simple yet sublime dishes, and if you’re a fan of caviar, there’s a whole section on the menu devoted to this delicacy.

    Address: El Palace Hotel Barcelona, Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 668, 08010, Barcelona, Spain

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    ME Barcelona

    This newcomer from the upmarket Spanish chain ME by Meliá has an unbeatable location: a short stroll to the city’s central square, Plaça de Catalunya, and around the corner from all the posh shopping along Passeig de Gràcia. An artsy, cosmopolitan vibe pervades, from the sinuous metal sculpture in reception, through to the book-lined lobby lounge, and up to the chic, contemporary bedrooms, with big, bold portraits of models on the walls and tables piled with design tomes. Suites here are worth the splurge; several count expansive terraces with Jacuzzis where you can soak while taking in sweeping city views. The hotel’s entire second level is given over to drinking and dining, with two Mediterranean-inspired restaurants and the swanky Luma for wonderfully creative cocktails. They’re flanked by a 1,000-square-metre courtyard terrace, the largest in Barcelona; dotted with flowers, orange trees and planters of aromatic herbs, it’s a delightful refuge from the bustling city streets. So too is the rooftop sundeck and pool, open to guests only, and the intimate two-cabin Égoïste Spa offering luxe massages.

    Address: ME Barcelona, Carrer de Casp, 1-13, 08010, Barcelona, Spain

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    Kimpton Vividora Barcelona

    This trendy hotel brand’s first foray into Spain is set among the bar- and boutique-lined streets of the artsy Gothic Quarter. Known for its localised approach to design, Kimpton tapped Barcelona interiors firm El Equipo Creativo to create the Vividora’s distinctive look – wholly contemporary, but with handcrafted elements and colourful ceramic tiles that allude to the city’s Catalan heritage. Bedrooms, which skew on the smaller side, feature bold graphic-motif leather headboards, softened by a palette of earthy browns, cool greys and soothing blues that evoke the Mediterranean. Along with the main restaurant, Fauna, specialising in modern versions of traditional Catalan and Spanish dishes, there’s the rooftop Terraza de Vivi, one of Barcelona’s favourite new brunching locales, thanks to the panoramic views and bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys. Hotel guests can also mingle over free wine and vermouth at Kimpton’s famous evening social hours and take advantage of the free bike and longboard rentals to explore the city.

    Address: Kimpton Vividora Barcelona, Carrer del Duc, 15, 08002, Barcelona, Spain

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  • Nobu Hotel Barcelona

    The Japanese celebrity chef’s third restaurant and hotel opening in Spain (with a fourth, in Madrid, set to open in 2023) is in a slightly unusual setting: he’s chosen Plaça dels Països Catalans outside Sants station in north Barcelona to set up camp – a spot that is incredibly well-located for train travel but a tad further from the buzz of Las Ramblas than you’d expect. But don’t be put off by the location, it’s actually the ideal spot to explore the mostly tourist-free neighbourhoods of Sants and Hostafrancs and the cultural highlights of Montjuic hill, and only a 10-minute taxi ride to the Gothic Quarter. The David Rockwell-designed hotel opened in September 2019, and has drawn in a glitzy crowd of fashionable locals and holidaying footballers (it’s very close to Camp Nou stadium) from the start with its signature mix of Japanese minimalism and comfortable luxury. Rooms are spacious, with stylish Japanese touches (sliding doors, wooden onsen baths, sake in the mini-bar) and impressive views over the city. But the main draw? The Nobu restaurant on the 23rd floor with its 360-degree panorama and menu of exceptional sushi (sit at the counter to watch the chefs at work), Nobu classics (yes, the black cod miso is on there) and other seafood creations such as lobster tempura with tamari honey sauce and wagyu dumplings with spicy ponzu. Splash out and opt for the omakase tasting menu of the chef’s favourites: well worth the €95. Sonya Barber

    Address: Nobu Hotel Barcelona, Avenue de Roma, 2-4, 08014 Barcelona, Spain

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  • Sir Victor Barcelona

    Sir Victor Barcelona is a fresh update on Hotel Omm, which was Barcelona’s first design hotel back in 2003, and became something of a landmark. Everything is clean, crisp and patchouli-scented, and the best thing about it is the rooftop bar, with a bright aquamarine pool and views across the road to the heads bobbing among the weird structures of Gaudí’s Casa Mila. Sir Hotels, the hip Amsterdam hotel group that reopened the 91-room hotel in the summer of 2019, wisely gave the place a stylish spruce-up rather than a massive overhaul – adding a saffron-coloured pool table, a women-only library and an outpost of Mr Porter, the Amsterdam steakhouse, as well as slick branding and events and tours aimed squarely at the new traveller (rooftop DJs, book launches, vinyl tours). While many of Barcelona’s smart hotels are down in the bustle near the sea, the Sir Victor is on the gently civilised northern edge of Eixample, surrounded by quietly strollable streets, gratifyingly far from the nearest Irish bar. It feels like an escape – and is still cool, even after all these years. Toby Skinner

    Address: Sir Victor Barcelona , Carrer del Rosselló, 265, 08008, Barcelona, Spain

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  • Hotel Arts Barcelona

    It’d be remiss to list Barcelona’s leading hotels without a mention for the landmark Hotel Arts. Occupying all 43 floors of Barcelona’s joint-tallest building (a High-tech product of the city’s 1990s Olympic building boom), it’s famous as one of the most upmarket hotels in Spain. Though celebrities and CEOs may plump for eye-popping views from one of the duplex penthouse suites (Ariana Grande hired out the entire 36th floor during her stay in 2017), it is very much possible to stay here for less than £200 a night and still have a very comfortable time. Standards are high, with big beds and marble bathrooms, though it’s worth splurging for one with sea views. The hotel’s top two floors are dedicated to a spa with two open-air terraces and Barcelona’s loftiest sauna. While the Arts is perfectly positioned for the sand and watersports of Nova Icària beach, its location is somewhat cut off from the city’s ebb and flow. Unless you’ve got a booking at the marvellous double-Michelin-starred hotel restaurant, Enoteca Paco Pérez, take advantage of the taxi rank outside to escape for dinner or drinks in more vibrant nearby neighbourhoods such as El Born, Barceloneta or Poblenou.

    Address: Hotel Arts Barcelona, Carrer de la Marina, 19-21, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

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  • Barcelona Edition

    A sumptuous addition to the city’s ever-more crowded top end, the Edition has nabbed the airy corner between the cathedral and Santa Caterina Market. The slate-lined façade gives a taste of the interior’s dialled-down glamour, which slyly mixes mid-century minimalism with bold touches: a gilded baroque mirror, a Dalí-designed armchair, modern art by Eric Smith and Carlos Coronas and gorgeous interventions such as the spiral staircase in pearl-white marble. The Punch Room, with its yellow baize billiard table and gentleman’s club feel, and the jaw-dropping rooftop poolside bar already feel like beloved local institutions. Paul Richardson

    Address: Barcelona EDITION, Avenue de Francesc Cambó, 14, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

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  • Marc Escudé

    Wittmore Hotel

    Tucked away down a tiny, dead-end street in the city’s medieval Gothic Quarter, this 22-bedroom adults-only hotel feels like somewhere that only smart, clued-up locals know about. And while it still sports an intimate, clubby atmosphere, after a two-year closure, it reopened in February as the Wittmore Hotel, with a fresh redesign of its common spaces, courtesy of Barcelona’s Septiembre Arquitectura. Gone is the former hunting-lodge interior — tartan-plaid wall coverings, book-stuffed shelves and oriental rugs — replaced with natural raffia-weave panelling and sleek wood floors for a brighter, more modern look. Light filters into the new dining space, Contraban, presided over by chef Alain Guiard (who also heads up the kitchen at the nearby Hotel Neri). A concise menu of creative upscale plates ranges from veggie carpaccio, an artistic presentation of shaved beetroot, black turnip, carrots, radishes and herbs, to ‘nostalgic’ dishes like the rich béchamel pasta studded with Iberico pork. It’s accompanied by a well-curated wine list, with many varietals available only for a select period. There’s a cosy bar, with a fireside sofa where you can sip classic cocktails. In warmer weather, head out to a small, central courtyard with a living wall and fairy lights, or up to the rooftop terrace, with cheerful yellow-and-white striped loungers, a plunge pool and 360-degree views of the city from the upper sun deck. All the bedrooms overlook the courtyard and channel a retro vibe with Marshall speakers, push-button telephones, vintage wooden bedside tables and deep red sofas with flower-print cushions. 

    Address: Wittmore Hotel, 7, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

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  • Margot House

    A discreetly labelled doorbell opposite Casa Batlló, Gaudí’s crowd-pleasing modernist masterpiece, is the only way to tell that this nine-bedroom hideout exists. The owners – the Durany family, who created the chic Spanish lifestyle brand Natura – knocked together two enormous apartments on the first floor of this residential building to create Margot, named after the character in Wes Anderson’s cult film The Royal Tenenbaums. The beautifully understated interiors are more stripped-back Scandinavian than Spanish, with concrete floors and plenty of oak, white-panelled walls, handcrafted Cesta table lights and bamboo rails with hangers instead of wardrobes. And the super-soft grey cashmere throws and cushions on the bed, handcrafted Cesta table lights with cherry-wood handles and Aesop bath products are all for sale at reception.

    At the heart of Margot House is a huge, open-plan space split into different hangout zones: the living room is at the far end with wall-to-wall bookshelves and a white sofa, plus there are a handful of round marble tables for two laid with linen placemats and putty-coloured Broste Copenhagen mugs for help-yourself breakfasts of pastries and fruit. There’s no supper on offer (although the hotel will organise a chef on request), but during the day guests can grab a cup of tea and slice of lemon cake from the kitchen, or a glass of Anna de Codorníu cava from the honesty bar. A serene crashpad that feels more home than hotel. Emma Love

    Address: Margot House, Paseo de Gracia 46, 08007 Barcelona, Spain

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  • Monument Hotel

    What was once half of the Hotel Condes de Barcelona re-opened as a separate entity after a revamp. The neo-gothic building, the former home of industrialist Enric Batlló (his brother commissioned Gaudí to design Casa Batlló), has 84 bedrooms with exposed brick walls, oak floors, leather headboards and slate-grey hexagonal-tiled bathrooms. The best have LEDs resembling stars in the ceilings above the beds and tiny terraces overlooking Passeig de Gràcia and Gaudí’s La Pedrera. But the real draw is the food. Basque-born chef Martín Berasategui, with 12 Michelin stars to his name, heads up the hotel’s three-Michelin-starred gastronomic paradise, Lasarte. Recently renovated and now sporting a brighter, more modern look, the restaurant features a semi-private dining room plus an exclusive eight-seat chef’s table. It’s renowned for dishes such as chargrilled pigeon and fennel risotto with lobster, as well as a 500-strong wine card (ask the sommelier to show you his little black book with special bottles not on the list). If you can’t score a coveted table here, there’s the hotel’s one-star Oria bistro, also overseen by Berasategui, with (somewhat) more wallet-friendly prices — ranging from €80–€120 for tasting menus. Up top is the lushly planted roof terrace, an ideal chill-out spot for a cocktail or some serious poolside lounging. 

    Address: Monument Hotel, Passeig de Gràcia, 75, 08008 Barcelona, Spain

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  • Room Mate Anna

    The idea behind the fast-expanding Room Mate group of hotels, which specialises in hip design at purse-friendly prices, is that each location is based on a different character. Judging by the interiors at this outpost in Eixample (one of five hotels in Barcelona by the Spanish chain), Anna is a fan of flamboyant fish-motif wallpaper, gorgeous geometric floor tiles and colour-happy rooms. Decorated by the Spanish interior designer Lorenzo Castillo, some of the 81 rooms have mustard curtains, gold-framed mirrors and abstract art prints; others come with lavender throws and matching tub chairs covered in stylish fabrics. The boldest ones have Fornasetti grey-and-white cloud wallpaper on the ceilings and red lacquer headboards; the black-tiled bathrooms are stocked with products made from green tea that are packaged in neat little sachets. The reception looks like a glitzy nightclub with gold-rimmed portholes on the dark walls. There is a restaurant for breakfast (mirrored walls on one side, plates piled with Spanish meats and cheeses on the other) and for cocktailing, the stylish rooftop bar offers panoramic city views. Emma Love

    Address: Room Mate Anna, Carrer Aragó 271, 08007 Barcelona, Spain

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  • Hotel Brummell

    This confident addition to the city’s hotel scene in the up-and-coming Poble Sec neighbourhood is completely sophisticated without being stiff; comfortably carrying influences from all over the world while making them its own. There are 20 rooms and two fabulous penthouse suites – one overlooking the parkland of Montjuïc, the other taking in the whole of Barcelona – all designed by Crick King and Tommy Tang (masterminds of the local Federal Café chain) who describe their sleekly eclectic style as ‘tropical modernism’ inspired by Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa.

    A metal staircase that zig-zags down one wall looks thoroughly East Village New York, but the cobbled courtyard feels more Marrakech-meets-El Born. The pale-blue rooftop pool, surrounded by Norwegian sun beds, has a Scandinavian, minimalist vibe while antique wooden artefacts and plants from Sri Lanka lend the place a certain calm. At its heart is the PaloCortao restaurant, whose menu highlights the best of Spain – fresh Andalusian squid, Galician beef, Iberian ham, paella made with Catalonia’s famous Ebro Delta rice – plus Peruvian-style ceviche in the summer months. Tables out in the attractive stone courtyard are highly coveted. Guest perks include free classes at the adjacent yoga studio and a free weekly evening running club that takes you up the hill of neighbouring Montjuïc.

    Address: Hotel Brummell, Nou de la Rambla, 174, Barcelona, Spain

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  • Cotton House Hotel

    There can’t be many hotels that house a parlour lined with gleaming walnut cabinets where you can order a set of candy-coloured, hand-stitched shirts, but that’s all part of the charm at this new Marriott Autograph property, set in an elegant mansion on the city’s Gran Vía. It’s a fabulously ostentatious spot, dripping with original Belle Epoque features such as the cotton-flower-shaped chandelier above a sweeping marble staircase that rises to the first-floor reception rooms, where there are 19th-century parquet floors worn glossy with age and carved wooden ceilings inset with cherubic friezes. With all this grandeur it could have ended up feeling a bit formal, but designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán has lavished his customary irreverent touches on the place: a pair of power-blue leather armchairs in the library to match a marble-toned Moroccan rug; chintzy cushions scattered along a bench; floor-to-ceiling windows to draw in sun beams from the hotel’s patio de manzana. Although this traditional light-giving space has been vamped up with decking and banana palms, the smart apartments that surround it give a real sense of having landed in the bosom of the beau monde. Here, a classic Mojito is a perfect sharpener to a light lunch, before a snooze by the rooftop pool or under the high-thread-count sheets in your coolly minimalist room.

    Address: Cotton House Hotel, Gran Vía de les Corts Catalanes, 670, Barcelona, Spain

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  • Praktik Garden

    The quirky Praktik Hotels group has given each of its five properties – all in Barcelona – a different theme: there’s Praktik Bakery on Carrer Provença; Praktik Vinoteca and in this case a garden. Reception is manned by staff wearing stripy red aprons, and surrounded by tin buckets overflowing with spiky dragon trees, huge Swiss cheese plants and curvaceous calla lillies. The first-floor bedrooms have dark parquet floors and bathrooms with sleek, marble showers and navy hexagonal mosaics;  two feature balconies overlooking one of Eixample’s most emblematic streets, Diputació. The halls are papered with eye-boggling vintage circus posters and there’s a cosy, open-plan living/dining room with a large table, oak-and- leather armchairs and stacks of glossy magazines. The small kitchen produces simple breakfasts of freshly squeezed juices, artisan pastries and small bocatas (traditional Spanish sandwiches). Best of all is the large AstroTurf garden – classier than it sounds – which has smart sun-loungers and dining areas enclosed by Washington palms and thick stands of bamboo, and is scented by planters brimming with herbs and mature orange trees.

    Address: Pratik Garden, Carrer de la Diputació, 325, 08009 Barcelona, Spain

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    Hotel Mirlo Barcelona

    This splendid mansion on the embassy-studded slopes of Tibidabo hill was built in 1918 as the summer residence of the Macaya family, and was recently opened by the same family as a 16-bedroom hideaway following a long spell as an advertising agency. Some rooms have a sauna as well as a hydromassage bath and hammam. Original furniture, a creaky wooden staircase and a pretty garden with palms and a grapefruit tree add to the homely vibe. Paul Richardson

    Address: Av. del Tibidabo, 32, 08022 Barcelona, Spain

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A vibrant, modern city that spreads along the Mediterranean coastline, Barcelona is the cultural epicentre of Spain’s Catalonia region, renowned for centuries-old architecture, sun-soaked beaches and deeply cherished Catalan cuisine. From Basque-inspired tapas bars to the parks and museums of Montjuic, this captivating city of art, music and nightlife welcomes visitors with open arms.

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Take a stroll along the picturesque streets of Barcelona to see ruins of ancient Roman-era temples and 14th-century cathedrals in the Gothic Quarter. Modern sculptures, tile works and buildings by renowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí populate the city, including La Sagrada Familia cathedral, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Barcelona.

Museu Picasso is spread across five medieval stone mansions, harbouring the most extensive collection of art by Pablo Picasso, with thousands of works focusing on his earlier years. The Museum of Catalan Art is a major draw at Montjuic, a towering hill overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean. It’s also home to 17th-century Montjuic Castle and a spectacular light show at Montjuic Magic Fountain.

Portal de l’Angel is part of Barcelona’s busy shopping district and is where you can sample “new Catalan” cuisine, while Passeig de Gracia is home to upscale fashion houses and notable architecture, including La Pedrera and Casa Batllo. Don’t miss La Rambla Street for a mix of local flavours, where street artists perform next to small cafes and lively pubs.

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