This 4 star Top Secret Hotel located in the gothic area of Barcelona is a great place to stay when visiting this wonderful city.
Experience a design neo-classical building in the Gothic area for a fraction of the price. Guests can enjoy staying in stylish and spacious rooms, complete with fantastic facilities such as the large plasma screen TV and the free high speed internet access. Luxurious bathrobes and a hairdryer are also provided upon request for all guests, so there’s no need to pack your own! Daily housekeeping and a turndown service ensures your stay here is as comfortable as possible, and the hotel even provides a city map to help you to make the most of your visit!
The fully air conditioned hotel prides itself on excellent facilities and services, and staff are friendly and always available to help, with 24 hour reception and concierge. The hotel also offers a laundry service, as well as a PC for all guests to use at any time, perfect for planning which sights to see each day. After a busy day of exploring Barcelona, many guests take a trip to the hotel lobby bar, where you can enjoy a large variety of drinks.
This fantastic location of the hotel means that guests can easily enjoy all of the sights of the historic gothic area of Barcelona, right on their doorstep! Many of these fascinating buildings lining the streets date back to medieval times, and some to the Roman settlement here. Many little charming side streets here are home to small jewellery shops and quirky little shops, selling cheap and interesting items, perfect to take back as souvenirs or gifts for friends. This is a beautiful environment just to stroll around- there’s no need to plan your day in advance as you’ll be sure to come across some interesting and exciting attractions here.
Nearby you can find the interesting Picasso Museum, housing one of the most extensive collections of work in the world by the artist, with more than 3,500 works to be found here. Some of the most famous works to be found here include his first major pieces, ‘The First Communion’ (1896) and ‘Science and Charity’ (1897). Even the architecture of this museum is a sight to be marvelled at, dating back to the 13th and 14th century, making it one of many iconic historic buildings in the city.
With so much to do and see, you’re sure to have a fantastic time in this beautiful city!