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Best Value Hotels in Barcelona

Submitted by on April 22, 2010 – 6:26 pmNo Comment

best-value-hotels-2010-barcelonaThis lively Catalan city which sits between mountains and sea has a mild year-round climate that attracts visitors from all over. The architecture is beautiful and unique with such architectural artists as the famous Gaudi who called Barcelona home. Prepare to immerse yourself in Catalan culture by eating late as the locals do. Try any of the fresh seafood restaurants or, instead, take in the scenery at a tapas bar. Be sure to indulge in an afternoon siesta. What better place to savor the atmosphere than at one of these great value hotels in the heart of the city.

best-value-hotels-2010-1st-placeActa Antibes Hotel BarcelonaActa Antibes in the Eixample district is ideally located for visiting Barcelona’s main attractions. The hotel’s pleasant and comfortable environment is an ideal base in the fascinating city. Its spacious and newly renovated rooms are nicely decorated and equipped with internet access.

best-value-hotels-2010-2nd-placeApartments Marina Barcelona – The Apartments Marina Barcelona complex is located in the center of Barcelona. It is right by the Olympic Village and the sea and is separated from the Old Town by the beautiful Ciutadella Park. The apartments are within walking distance of the sandy beach and various great nightlife options at the marina. It is just a short bus or metro ride to Las Ramblas.

best-value-hotels-2010-3rd-placeHostal L’ Antic Espai Barcelona – As the name indicates, L´Antic Espai is a trip to ancient times. Quality service and uniqueness are its most important values. The most minor details have been well cared for creating a special atmosphere. Every corner is filled with old jewels that have been perfectly conserved.

B Hotel Barcelona – In one of the busiest areas of Barcelona sits the B-Hotel. A small, boutique establishment, it is located near such popular destinations as Las Ramblas, Olympic Village and the Miro Museum. Housed in a unique structure designed by a world-famous architect, the B-Hotel fits in well with its Eixample District neighbors. There is a rooftop pool providing a view of the city and free wireless internet access throughout the hotel.

Acta BCN 40 Hotel Barcelona – This fully restored building offers all modern amenities and sits in the historic center of Barcelona. It is within walking distance of Las Ramblas and is just a one minute walk to Plaza Universitat and a short distance from Plaza Catalunya.

Hotel Cuatro Naciones Barcelona
– Comfortable accommodation and reasonable prices make this hotel ideal for budget travellers who wish to spend a few days exploring Catalonia’s exciting capital city. With more than 200 years of history, the hotel occupies a charming modernist building from the late 19th century that has accommodated distinguished travelers over the years, such as Stendhal, Chopin and Buffalo Bill.

Market Hotel Barcelona – With an excellent location in the famous Eixample quarter by the Mercat de Sant Antoni, the Market Hotel is also near Plaza Catalunya Square and the MACBA Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona. The hotel boasts a casual, yet sophisticated feel.

Hotel Cortes Barcelona – The Hotel Cortes benefits from a superb location right in the center of Barcelona. Hotel Cortes Barcelona is in the Gothic Quarter on a busy street in between the famous Las Ramblas and Avenida Portal de L´Angel, one of Barcelona’s main shopping areas.

Hotel Azul Barcelona
– Located in the city center next to Olympic Stadium and near Plaza Espana, the contemporary Hotel Azul Barcelona includes many great features for a three star hotel.

Husa Bonanova Park Hotel Barcelona
– The Bonanova Park Hotel in Barcelona was renovated in 2006 with all the needs and desires of guests in the new millennium. A few minutes to the city center, this hotel is a few great place to stay and features free Wi-Fi in each room.

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