The rooftop terrace afford incredible panoramic views of Barcelona and the Mediterranean
Less than a 10-minute walk from Barcelona’s famous La Rambla
What To Know
Weekend DJ sessions in the hotel’s B-Lounge begin at 10 p.m.
The panoramic roof terrace and bar are open from May through October.
The Rambla del Raval is an up-and-coming neighborhood and some of the side streets around the hotel are still a little edgy at night
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A hip Barcelona sleep near La Rambla with a rooftop bar and pool and panoramic city views
Well-placed less than a 10-minute walk from Barcelona’s famous La Rambla, the 11-story, cylindrical Barceló Raval brings a touch of modernity to the city’s historic and cultural epicenter. B-Lounge serves tapas like crispy local artichokes deep-fried with garlic as well as a variety of cocktails; hang out here on weekend nights and listen to DJs spin hot beats before continuing the party elsewhere. Open seasonally, the hotel’s 11th floor 360º Terrace wows guests with panoramic city vistas and an outdoor pool. The 186 guestrooms and suites have plush white linens with pops of neon pink or lime green, as well as iPod docking stations, Nespresso machines and free WiFi.
In the Area
Head to Antoni Gaudí’s whimsical Parc Güell to admire his beautiful mosaic creations and hike to the top for sweeping views of Barcelona and, on a clear day, the Mediterranean. When hunger strikes, visit L’Arros Arrosseria, which serves up 36 delicious variations of Spain's signature dish, paella. Next, stroll along La Rambla, one of Barcelona’s most iconic streets, and stop at the Boqueria Market to sample fresh fruit, vegetables, seafood and meat, or belly up to one of the few tapas bars. And for a dose of culture, the artwork housed in the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya is just as magnificent as the museum’s regal exterior, with Romanesque, Renaissance and Gothic collections of paintings, drawings and sculptures. The museum is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.