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A stay at Casa Bella Gracia places you in the heart of Barcelona, walking distance from Palau Robert Home and Casa de les Punxes. This guesthouse is close to Casa Batllo and Sagrada Familia.


Make yourself at home in one of the 12 air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.

Business & Travel Amenities

A roundtrip airport shuttle is available for a surcharge.

How to Get There

Casa Bella Gracia
Carrer de Sant Agustí 4
Barcelona, 08012 Spain


4.5 Very Good 189 Reviews
Perfect for a city break
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are looking for a no-fuss place to stay in Barcelona then this is for you. Be warned, there is no staff here it is all electronic, but everything worked fine. Our room was clean and comfortable and we loved the location. The restaurants and cool bars in the area were great.

Very good hotel for families
Reviewed 8 months ago

Very good hotel for families. We took the room for 6 and it was very good. The location is exceptional, righ close to diagonal paseo de Gracia. Very good standard for room and bathroom and very reasonably priced. It is the first hotel I visit where you meet no personnel,you are given an access code with the reservation. It worked perfectly for us.

Sorry but, I can not recomend this hotel.
Reviewed 9 months ago

No stuff around when the problems appear. I've been there for 4 days and 3 nights.
The first evening I had my safe locked, nobody could come to fix it because, the technician was out of Barcelona. First and second evenings no hot water. Third, came a guest to the hotel, after midnight who wasn't able to get into her room, because the cod number for her room wouldn't open the door so, she came to me asking for help.
I thought about her feelings of helplessnes and I let her in into my room in order to call the service. I speak fluently Spanish, so I could display her feelings properl...
In all of the cases no immediately help. "Wait until tomorrow..."
The good things: great location, good transportation,good shops and good food around.

Perfect location with good conditions
Reviewed 11 months ago

We were a group of 4 staying in the family suite. The conditions were ok, maybe the pictures from the internet look too fancy. The best of this accommodation is its location, walking distance to Sagrada and Guell (around 20 min). Also, the neighborhood is quiet and you have breakfast options nearby. You do not have a reception and you get inside by using various codes for the doors. In the last 2 days we did not have at all hot water and one of the beds was really unstable and shaking in case you turn during the night. On the bright side, we had cleaning every day and they would change the towels in case you leave them on the floor.

Great neighborhood, close to good food, laundry, and parking
Reviewed 1 year ago

This hotel is virtually non-staffed, but that does not deter from the experience. You receive two codes to enter the property--one code if you arrive before the official "check-in" time of 2:00 p.m. or leave after the official "check-out' time at noon, and one to access the hotel and room during checked-in hours. There is manned phone from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and a number to all for emergencies. The "manual" provided in the room gives all of the information you may need, from metro locations, taxi services, and laundry services, to instructions on how to operate the thermostat. We called twice--once for an iron (which they had) and once to change the time of our airport transportation: more on that below. The cleaning staff were also helpful with our questions. The hotel does have luggage storage and bike storage, but be warned--the cages will not fit large suitcases and they appear to be designed for travelers with backpacks or luggage that fits the overhead compartment in airplanes. My husband and I were planning on chaining our suitcases to the bike rack with the cord-locks we had with us, but we ended up not needing storage. The entire hotel was immaculate.

We had Room 3, which is the first room you see upon entering. The hotel has two entrances--a main entrance with a "lobby" of some sort. The lobby has a telephone and several pamphlets for activities to do in the city. There is then another keypad to a set of glass doors to enter the portion of the building where the rooms are. Even though we were in the main traffic area of the hotel, we did not really hear anyone coming in or coming out. There are signs everywhere reminding people that this is a "quiet" hotel and for the most part, everyone seemed to respect that. I heard one couple come in with luggage--one woman came in talking loudly before she was shushed quickly by her traveling companion.

The room itself was quite spacious and my husband and I had room to have our three large suitcases open at the same time without blocking doorways or the bathroom (we exported more than we imported--mostly in wine). It was an L-shape around a small open "core" of the hotel that let in sunlight. The room did not have a refrigerator, but had a safe, a tv, a desk, two night tables, a large door/window into the "core" of the hotel facing the door in and another large window by the bed. The bathroom was on the smaller side, but adequate. Water pressure in the shower was good. The bed was a little worn, but comfortable.

The hotel has a roof terrace where my husband and I sat and nursed ourselves with a bottle of wine. It's located near the Passeig de Gracia with all of its designer stores, but it's also near the center of the Gracia neighborhood, with two "village squares" where we would go to have tapas and a drink and watch the neighborhood kids and dogs play in the square. There is a main road down the street where we never had any problems hailing a cab. It's a 12-min./8 euro trip to Park Guell and you can walk to Casa Mila and Casa Battlo from the hotel (5-10 min. and 10-15 min. respectively).

We didn't drive in, but there are two parking lots with extended stay parking within 2-3 blocks of the hotel. There is also a laundromat (with laundry service if you like) about four blocks away. If you exit the building and turn left and keep going up the "street" (it changes names several times), you'll eventually come to one of the squares--when you enter the square, stay to the right and it will be at the end of the square on your right.

If you want a relaxing, quiet time in Barcelona away from the main tourist traps and near good food and drinks, this is the perfect hotel.