Tourist Information Guide

How To Find Your Hotel With Our Barcelona Hotel Map

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Click on a dotted section of the Barcelona Hotel map below to be taken to a detailed map of each area that will show you which hotels are located in those areas. You can then click on the hotel graphics that will take you to a review page with photos and detailed description of each hotel and the surrounding area. On each review page we have provided a link where you can make your bookings.

For hotels near La Rambla, Barcelona's most famous street, click on the Barcelona hotel map section called "Barri Gòtic", "El Raval", or "La Rambla" it is outlined by red dots. This represents the heart of Barcelona city centre.

For hotels near the beach click on the areas called "Poble Nou", " Barceloneta" or "Port Olympic".

Move your mouse over each area to see a brief review of that area.

Les Corts
Les Corts is an important financial business district in Barcelona and therefore has many good hotels and restaurants but not so much in the way of tourist attractions. Also, on Diagonal there is a large shopping complex called L'Illa. In L'Illa there are several good restaurants, a huge supermarket, a small exhibition centre and of course lots of clothes shops.Click the area to see hotels located in Les Corts
Sants
The area of Sants itself doesn't have that many attractions and is quite residential however the ease with which you can travel to areas of interest is a plus point. Accommodation tends to be cheaper in this Barrio.Click the area to see hotels located in Sants
Eixample Left
Some of Barcelona's best shopping is found in this Barrio. It also has many bars and restaurants along with modernist architecture e.g. Gaudí's Casa Batlló, Casa Mila and Sagrada Familia. This Barrio is also characterized by a busy grid-like road system.Click the area to see hotels located in the Left Eixample
Eixample Right
Some of Barcelona's best shopping is found in this Barrio. It also has many bars and restaurants along with modernist architecture e.g. Gaudí's Casa Batlló, Casa Mila and Sagrada Familia. This Barrio is also characterized by a busy grid-like road system.Click the area to see hotels located in the Right Eixample
El Raval
Click the area to see hotels near the famous La Rambla
Barri Gotic
The ''old city'' in the heart of Barcelona and the ''original'' Barcelona where the city all started. This area is characterized by winding cobbled ancient streets, wonderfully picturesque architecture, restaurants and cafes full of atmosphere.Click the area to see hotels located in Barri Gotic
La Ribera
Click the area to see hotels located in La Ribera
El Born
Offers culture and traditional buildings close to Barcelona centre. The area is close to the beach, and has good night life, restaurants and bars.Click the area to see hotels located in El Born
Poble Sec
Not much in the way of tourist attractions in this area but you will find that accommodation prices are lower and since the heart of the city centre is only a 10 minute ride by metro you have excellent transport to the rest of the city.Click the area to see hotels located in Poble Sec
Montjuïc
Picturesque Montjuïc characterized by the fabulous views of the city when you get to the top of the mountain (more a hill really). Tourist attractions include the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc, MNAC museum, and Poble Espanyol. Barcelona Olympic stadium is only a short walk away.Click the area to see hotels located in Montjuïc
Barceloneta
This area is home to Barcelona's closest beach to the city centre. Popular with families and tourists who want good access to the centre of the city but away from the hustle and bustle of the heart of the city centre.Click the area to see hotels located in Barceloneta
Port Vell
Click the area to see hotels located in Port Vell
Forum
Click the area to see hotels located in Forum
Poble Nou
Click the area to see hotels located in Poble Nou
Port Olimpic
Modern and stylish area in Barcelona with ready access to Barcelona's beaches. This area benefited from the Olympic Games area regeneration program.Click the area to see hotels located in Port Olimpic
Gràcia Barrio
Gràcia was an independent town until the late 19th century and even now the community is small and tight. However despite the trendy nature of Gràcia it is also a very traditional barrio with a large elderly population which makes for an amusing and odd mix - and very entertaining people-watching!Click the area to see hotels located in Gràcia
La Rambla
La Rambla or just "Ramblas" as it's often called runs through the very centre of Barcelona. It's a 1.2 km walkway that is packed with street performers, shops and many other attractions. Click to see a photo guide of the Ramblas starting from Colom to Plaça de Catalunya.Click the area to see hotels near La Rambla


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