Look no further than this modern and comfortable 3 star Top Secret Hotel in the heart of Barcelona’s buzzing city centre, offering superior accommodation for fantastic value for money! The prime location, nearby to the Fira de Barcelona and Plaza Espanya, means that you’ll never have to travel too far in order to reach the main tourist attractions and other places of interest around the city. It also means that you have the choice between the urban, bustling centre and the beautiful greenery of the neighbouring Montjuic mountain, ideal for long walks and picnics, or for visiting the many art museums and galleries. The property provides everything you could possibly need to ensure a restful and memorable stay in the city, including convenient services such as dry cleaning, garage, safety deposit boxes and free WiFi, as well as luxury extras including theatre reservations, news stand and reading room.
The gorgeous and spacious guest rooms feature deluxe furnishings and private balcony and terraces, with double-glazed windows and climate control for an undisturbed night’s sleep. Every morning the hotel puts on a delicious spread for the open buffet breakfast – the perfect way to start the day! During the summer months, dive into the outdoor swimming pool to refresh then soak up the Mediterranean sun in the solarium. Don’t miss this good deal in the city centre!
Montjuic and its neighbouring district, Poble-sec, have plenty of opportunity to shop, and if you’re looking for a keepsake to remember your trip by, or a gift for a loved one at home, head to the Poble Espanyol for an assortment of arts and crafts. With over 60 shops in the small, yet perfectly formed, model Spanish village, you’ll be spoilt for choice between artisan woven fabrics, leather clothing goods and ceramic pots and tiles. Each stall has a story and is representative of a particular region in Spain so you can pick something to suit any age, taste and budget. While you’re there, don’t miss the regular street performers displaying traditional folklore and customs of both Catalan and Spanish culture.
When night falls, Poble-sec livens up and thrill-seekers from around the city flock to listen to live music, watch a cabaret show or dance the night away at one of the area’s many bars and clubs. Something of a specialty for the neighbourhood is underground drinking holes, usually dug out of disused spaces and transformed into trendy and original venues. Mau Mau Underground occupies an old warehouse, and is an especially popular destination when there’s a football match for those who want something a little more upmarket than a regular sports bar. Another favourite is Tinta Roja, an underground tavern full of bohemian-style furnishings and decorations, reminiscent of a by-gone age. If you’re lucky you might catch one of the electrifying live tango or trapeze performances!