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Barcelona, ES
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Paseo Taulat 278 Barcelona, Spain 08019
Located in Barcelona's District 22@, which is quickly developing into a thriving business area.
Avinguda Diagonal 555 Barcelona, Spain 08029
C/ Calvet, 40-42 Barcelona, Spain 08021
Passeig de Sant Antoni, 36-40 Barcelona, Spain 08014
Beltran i Ròzpide, 7-9 Barcelona, Spain 08034
Spacious and elegant rooms 45 sqm near Camp Nou, Financial District and Universities.
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 670 Barcelona, Spain 08010
Trendy boutique hotel in an historic building. Premier location, in the heart of Barcelona.
Avinguda de Francesc Cambo 14 Barcelona, Spain
Hotel opening summer 2018

 Jul 2018

Plaza Europa, 50-52, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat Barcelona, Spain 08902
Avant-garde architecture and easy access downtown and El Prat airport by metro and bus
Pau Claris, 122 Barcelona, Spain 08009
Contemporary Las Ramblas-area hotel with on-site dining at CUIT Restaurant
Marina 19-21 Barcelona, Spain 08005
Hotel Arts Barcelona, a Mediterranean experience between the sky, the sea and the art of Barcelona

Barcelona

Barcelona’s 2,000-year-old history continues to lure tourists to this captivating city full of Gothic and Modernist architecture, winding streets and fascinating stories. The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is the second-largest city in Spain with a population of 1.5 million and one of the Mediterranean’s largest ports. There’s no shortage of things to do in Barcelona, like exploring outdoor markets, sunbathing on the beach, or catching a symphony performance.

For some exercise on your trip to Barcelona, wander down one of the city’s most famous streets: La Rambla. This pedestrian-friendly route is lined with trees, outdoor markets, street performers and shops. Architecture is an evocative attraction, particularly the works of Modernist Antoni Gaudi, such as La Sagrada Familia Cathedral and Park Guell.

Leave your hotel in Barcelona behind and sample Barcelona’s distinct gastronomy at La Boqueria Market, then head to the Picasso Museum, home to the artist’s early sketches and Blue Period masterpieces. Soar above the restaurants, bars and hotels of Barcelona with a trip up Mount Tibidabo via Tram and Funicular, and be rewarded with stunning views of Barcelona.

Marriott’s hotel guests in Barcelona enjoy the upscale dining and shopping in the fashionable Passeig de Gracia neighborhood. International fashion brands and local designers alike make their home along the neighborhood’s namesake street, known as one of the most expensive in Europe. If you’d like to relax after a long day, head to one of the city’s many beaches. Check out Barceloneta Beach for entertainment or Bogatell Beach for something a bit more relaxing.

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