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Say 'hola', to Barcelona! This splendid city lies neatly in the heart of one of Europe's most intriguing regions, dovetailing perfectly with couples or friends holidays looking at design accommodation. With plenty of things to do and, perhaps even more importantly, a climate that's at the very least enjoyable all-year-round, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better all-year vacation destination than Barça. With its sunny days, the city's style is nice and relaxed but, make no mistake, it's also very much design-led and there's consequently lots of great boutique hotels in Barcelona to choose from - architects and interior designers will have had plenty of inspiration from the Salvador Dali museum, after all! Simply search using the Hotels.com website or app and enjoy a visceral, virtual tour of one of our many boutique hotels in Barcelona. Both choosing and booking your stay in design accommodation is easy with simple, secure payment methods and a multitude of on-site features to help you make your decision; so you can plan your holiday in one of our boutique hotels in Barcelona with absolute confidence.

Barcelona in a nutshell

Travelers who stay in one of our boutique hotels in Barcelona will love the city’s individual fashion style and array of off-the-beaten-path activities away from the humdrum of the tourist traps. However, with the City of Gaudi’s beauty so far-reaching, even the most distinguished visitors won’t be able to be anything but impressed by Barcelona’s most popular visits. The Camp Nou, Park Güell, La Rambla and the Gothic Quarter (which are areas you can look at when booking boutique hotels in Barcelona) are true feasts for the eyes, for different reasons, and anyone with an affliction for strikingly detailed buildings or artifacts will fall in love with them all. Our favorite spot in the city lies deeper into the aforementioned Gothic Quarter, the San Felipe Neri Plaza is almost eerily calm considering the activity surrounding it but its architecture might will blow you away. Made from a light stone - a somewhat humorous juxtaposition to its position within the Gothic part of the city - the sculptures on the building’s exterior simply need a closer look, that’s all we’re saying!

How to have a fabulous time in Barcelona

Should you want to immerse yourself in Barcelona’s culture and feel like an everyday Catalan citizen, the Gracia District is an extremely popular jaunt for locals. A lively neighborhood; the abundance of bars, restaurants and never-ending music weaving around the streets makes for an unforgettable atmosphere that feels like a perpetual summer. If you want to keep that feeling going and take it to another level, flamenco is another local hobby (often mixed in with the consumption of tapas) and you’ll find lots of beginner classes around town, if you’re feeling brave. For most folks, though, just going to watch the dramatic shows is enough and the infectious carnival atmosphere will get the feet tapping, at the very least. For aesthetic appreciators, the Parc de la Ciutadella truly has beauty in every corner. An emerald jewel in the heart of the metropolis, its lush greenery and occasional architecture are the perfect point to stop and take a breather with friends or loved ones.

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