This is a list of what I consider the best mid-range hotels in Barcelona, in rough order of preference. As you surely have guessed, some of the best values in Barcelona accommodations can be found in the mid-range bracket.
Here’s where you’ll find hotels a step up from standard-issue high-end hotels, but with prices more affordable than those charged by the luxury chains.
If you’re willing to spend between 50€ and 75€ per night for a single, twin or double room, you’ll find yourself spoiled for choice in Barcelona. There are loads of good-value mid-range hotels in the city and they’re going up all the time. For this money, most of the mid-rangers are creative originals, blending high levels of comfort with an often-quirky sense of style.
Here you’ll find my reviews of selected mid-range hotels in Barcelona.
Yurbban Trafalgar Hotel: Its 56 rooms are clean and quiet with a minimalist decor and 40-inch smart TVs. The walk-in, rainfall showers are exceptionally nice, but some rooms are a little dark. Notable amenities include a restaurant, free Wi-Fi and laundry facilities, and a lovely rooftop bar and pool with spectacular views.
Hotel Brummell: There are 20 guest rooms at this property in Barcelona’s up-and-coming Poble Sec neighborhood. It’s a nice area if you want to experience a more local vibe, but at the same time the bohemian El Raval neighborhood and Las Ramblas are a 15-minute walk from the hotel. Excellent features include a swimming pool, sauna, sundeck, indoor courtyard, and top-class restaurant.
Room Mate Pau: The mid-range, chain hotel has 66 funky guest rooms with colorful striped carpets and sleek, white furnishings. It’s in a convenient location – only a few steps away from Plaza Catalunya and less than a 5-minute walk to the shops and restaurants on Las Ramblas. The hotel has a breakfast buffet, and a big, outdoor terrace.
Hotel Jazz: Located on the vibrant Carre Pelai a short stroll from La Rambla, the Hotel Jazz reflects the energy of its surroundings in its look and feel, with stylish and colorful decor and a buzzy vibe. The contemporary rooms feature comfy beds, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. The centerpiece amenity is a rooftop, year-round outdoor swimming pool and sundeck with good city views, a cocktail bar, and a lounge.
Hotel Omnium: The Hotel Omnium is located in the central district of the Eixample, a few meters from the nerve center of the city. Its spacious rooms, in warm, pastel tones and furnished with high-quality materials have everything to make your stay incredibly comfortable. The private bathroom has a spacious and modern shower.
Granvia: Built in 1870 as an elegant manor house for the owning family of the Bank of Barcelona, the Granvia was converted into a hotel in 1935. Completely renovated in 2013, the hotel offers upscale rooms, sterling service, an ample breakfast buffet (for a fee), and an outdoor terrace café. It’s a good fit if you want a stylish and comfortable stay, but don’t need a pool, fitness center, restaurant and other amenities…
Praktik Vinoteca: The 64-room Hotel Praktik Vinoteca is a mid-range boutique hotel with a thorough, yet tasteful, wine theme. The hotel’s Eixample location means restaurants and bars are all around, while Plaza Catalunya and Las Ramblas are only a 10-minute walk away. The sharp interiors include plenty of well-aged wood, cork, and over 900 display bottles that create a polished, bohemian look throughout the hotel. Rooms are compact, but contemporary, with urban-chic details and modern features like air-conditioning and flat-screen TVs.
Chic & Basic Lemon: This is a hotel inspired in the exuberant nature of the tropics, featuring contemporary decoration in yellows and greens. It features a total of 30 rooms (26 of which are double or triple) spread over five floors, where you can relax and recover after a busy day in the city.
Musik Boutique Hotel: The 23-room Musik Boutique Hotel is a lovely little hotel with a great spot right in the Gothic Quarter. Although it’s housed in an 18th century building, interiors are modern, with dramatic mood lighting and a white-on-white palette. Rooms are attractive and stylish, and come with flat-screen TVs, air-conditioning, and audio systems. Some have balconies, and the ones in the Junior Suites are furnished.
Hotel La Casa del Sol: La Casa del Sol is a boutique hotel only a 10-minute walk from Paseo de Gràcia, Barcelona’s main shopping center. It has 18 comfortable, soundproof rooms equipped with luxurious bed linen and amenities. The hotel has a bar service, a cocktail bar, restaurant, terrace offering panoramic views and free Wi-Fi.
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1. When to visit Barcelona
2. How many days to spend in Barcelona
3. How to get to Barcelona
4. How to move around Barcelona
5. Barcelona hotels: where to stay in Barcelona
6. What to eat in Barcelona
7. What to do in Barcelona
8. Tips to visit the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona
9. How to buy tickets to the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona
10. Tips to attend a FC Barcelona match
11. How to buy FC Barcelona tickets
12. Day trips from Barcelona
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