Posted: 08/02/2012 in Worldwide accommodations

Barcelona is Spain’s most expensive city. Still, it has reasonable rooms. Cheap places are most crowded in summer; fancier business-class places fill up in winter and offer discounts on weekends and in summer.Places listed do not include the 7 percent tax or breakfast unless otherwise noted.


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$ Hostel Residencia Neutral with a classic Example address and 28 very basic rooms, is a family run time warp.

$$ Citadines Ramblas Aparthotel is a clever concept, offering daily rentals of 131 apartments in a bright, modern building right on the Ramblas. Prices range with seasonal demand and rooms come in two categories (studio apartment and apartment).

$$ Hotel Gran Via, filling a palatial mansion built in the 1870 s, offers Botticelli and chandeliers in the public rooms; a sprawling, peaceful sun garden;and 54 spacious, comfy, air-conditioned rooms.

$$ Hotel Atlantis is a solid business-class hotel with 50 rooms and great prices for the area.

$$ Hotel Continental Palacete fills a 100 year old chandeliered mansion. With flowery wallpaper and cheap but fancy furniture under ornately gilded stucco, it’s gaudy in the city of Gaudy. But it’s friendly, clean, quiet, and well located, and the beds are good.

$$$ Hotel Catalonia Plaza, the best located of all these places, elegantly fills a renovated old palace with wide halls, hardwood floors, and 74 modern rooms with all the comforts. It overlooks a thriving pedestrian boulevard. Front rooms have views; balcony rooms on the back are quiet and come with sun terraces.

$$$ Hotel Occidental Reding, on a quiet street and a five minute walk west of the Ramblas and Placa de Catalunya action, rents 44 modern business-class rooms.

$$$ Hotel Barcelona is another big, American style hotel with 72 bright, prefab, comfy rooms.

$$$ H10 Catalunya Plaza Hotel, a business hotel right on the square, was redone in 2003 and has 47 tight, mod rooms with all the air-conditioning and minibar comforts.

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