This fantastic 4 star Top Secret Hotel is the ideal place to stay for those looking for a taste of luxury whilst visiting the beautiful European city.
Rooms are designed in a modern and contemporary style, and guests can expect no less than the best facilities and amenities to be provided. Your very own flat screen LCD TV complete with cable television means that you’ll never be bored, even if you decide to have a cosy evening in! Guests can also find luxury complimentary toiletries in their en-suite bathroom, and a hairdryer is also provided so you can save space in your suitcase. Free internet access is another perk of using this hotel, ideal for keeping up with friends back home, or to get a bit of work done at the in-room work desk. There’s also the option to treat yourself to a night cap or a midday treat from the mini bar.
This cool hotel with outdoor pool overlooking Tibidabo makes a great base for your holiday to Barcelona. The hotel is situated in a luxurious residential area, only short distances away from the main attractions that the city centre has to offer, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds! High quality services here include a laundry service and room service, ideal for enjoying breakfast in bed. Guests can also enjoy strolling through the excellent hotel gardens, or have a relaxing drink on the terrace.
Whilst in this beautiful city of art and culture, be sure to visit the magnificent Guell Palace, Antonio Gaudi’s first major building in the city. This is one of the many amazing buildings that makes up the UNESCO World Heritage Site ‘Works of Antonio Gaudi’. Here visitors can marvel at the amazing and unusual architecture of the mansion, such as the forges iron works arranged in intricate patterns on the iron gates, and beautiful mosaics right the way up to the towers, where visitors can enjoy stunning views across the city.
Another one of Gaudi’s masterpiece houses not to miss out on is the Casa Batlló, located right in the heart of Barcelona. This building is known as the Casa del ossos, translating to ‘house of bones’ by locals, due to its unusual skeletal quality. One of the most fascinating features of the architecture is the roof terrace, with a stunning design in the style of a dragon’s back. With so many amazing spaces and such a unique design, this beautiful house will keep anyone entertained for a good few hours, whether interested in art and architecture or not!