With stylish rooms overlooking the city and Montjuic, this elegant 4 star Top Secret Hotel is a serene haven, tucked away from the hubbub of central Barcelona. Its location in the Hospitalet district of the city gives it the ideal combination of a relaxing environment while still offering quick and easy access into the centre and all it wonderful sights and attractions. From the moment you arrive in the city, the hotel is dedicated in ensuring you have the most comfortable and unforgettable stay, which is why they provide a welcoming meet and greet at the airport and free transfers to the hotel. Once you arrive you will be able to take advantage of all the convenient and luxury facilities offered to guests, such as theatre reservations, indoor parking, luggage room and free newspaper.
There are several communal areas where guests can go to relax and unwind, such as the private terrace with beautiful views of the city and nearby Montjuic mountain; the reading room or the peaceful Wellness area. Here you will be able to indulge in spa treatments, well-being massages, or simply put your feet up in the Jacuzzi, steam room or sun beds. For those guests who wish to stay fit and active on holiday there is also a Fitness centre, fitted with state-of-the-art equipment. When you’ve returned from a busy day sightseeing or attending conference and business meeting, head up to your stylishly designed room and enjoy the privacy and offering of home comforts; television, telephone, high speed internet and separate hanging closet.
The cool Montjuic mountain is often wrongly missed off visitors’ lists of must-sees in the city, but the parks, gardens and galleries are definitely worth a trip to, especially when the sun is shining. The shady woodland areas are perfect for picnics, in between visiting the various arts and culture institutions scattered over the hill. Probably the most celebrated, and certainly the most noticeable, is the MNAC, or Museum of Contemporary Art, housed halfway up, and facing Placa Espanya and the Magic Fountains. Its vast collection includes work from Catalan artists from the 12th to the 20th century, including works by Thyssen, Martorell, Casas and Huguet. On the other side of the hill, the striking Josep Lluis Sert building houses the Fundacio Joan Miro and its impressive permanent collection of paintings, sculptures and drawings. The building itself is just as outstanding, displaying the works within a light and airy setting that’s easy to approach and never feels cluttered. The gallery’s cafe sits in a lush garden terrace featuring Miro sculptures and enclosed by double-height glass walls.