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- Located in the heart of Barcelona
- Health club in hotel
- Heated outdoor pool & sauna
- Bar & restaurant in hotel
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This modern Barcelona Plaza hotel is located in the heart of the city right in the centre of Plaza España, Montijuic and the Fira de Barcelona. It is also very near the main shopping and leisure areas of the city.
The Barcelona Plaza hotel offers 338 fully equipped double rooms and 9 suites. Each room is fully equipped including air conditioning, direct Phone, flat screen LCD, hair dryer, mini bar, safe, soundproofed rooms and en-suite bathroom.
Barcelona Plaza Hotel facilities include a health club with a heated outdoor roof top swimming pool, sauna, solarium and gym. Guests can enjoy fine food in the Gourmet Plaza Restaurant and have a quiet coffee in La Oca Café or an exquisite cocktail in the Piano Bar.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Sauna Free: No
- Solarium Free: No
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: ESPANYA
- Distance: 10 metres
- Name: SANTS
- Distance: 1 kilometre
- Name: BARCELONA EL PRAT
- Distance: 15 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Espanya Distance: 10 metres
- Nearest Rail Name: Sants Distance: 1 kilometre
- Nearest Airport Name: Barcelona El Prat Distance: 15 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2354 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Great Location on the edge of the City Centre
Stay Date: 08/2017, jason3066 wrote this review.
The hotel was selected due to its rooftop pool and proximity to the main City Centre. It is a brisk 40 min walk to both La Rambla area (at the time of writing may I offer my most sincere condolences to the people affected by the atrocity on the day w… See more
The hotel was selected due to its rooftop pool and proximity to the main City Centre. It is a brisk 40 min walk to both La Rambla area (at the time of writing may I offer my most sincere condolences to the people affected by the atrocity on the day we departed) and the Marina/Beaches. We also used plenty of taxis, and the journeys above cost 10 euros each way. Worth it in 35 degree heat. PS whilst on the subject of taxis, it is around 35 euros from the airport (the meter shows 18 euros but a 15 euro airport supplement is added.) If you are already interested in this hotel you will know about its fantastic outlook. It is just that! Views up towards the National Art Museum and Montjuic Castle, together with the central monument in the roundabout and the double tower monuments. Absolutely breath taking when you arrive. We were allocated room 601 on arrival, a triple room for 3 adults. It was clean and fresh but unfortunately had one window which looked into the central area of the hotel which is towards inward looking room windows. We requested an alternative with a view which was granted the following morning. All front facing rooms/suites were fully booked, however we were given room 628 by the extremely helpful Francisco (male) on the desk. It gave us 3 windows and a side view of a park and a rear view with Tibidabo cathedral up on the hill in the distance. Not the perfect front facing view, but even with the air con in the room they are very warm and we were spared the glaring sun. Level 6 was an executive level. This was not prebooked but a free upgrade by the hotel. On the landing outside the lifts were regular (but limited amounts of) complimentary coffee, juice, water, crisps, biscuits, fruit, finger sandwiches and pizza. However, it always seemed to have been taken just before we got there. I soon realised (and complained to reception about) that people were just coming from other levels either by the lifts or the access stairs and plundering our complimentary items. There was supposed to be a member of Hotel staff sat near to the items as a point of contact/concierge but |I only saw her once. There were tea and coffee facilities in the room together with a stocked mini bar which you could also use to place some of your own items in to keep chilled. If you consumed any of their items you would be charged eg 3euro50 for a 330ml can of Estrella lager. I cannot comment on the spa facilities on level 7 as we never ventured there. Talking of venturing, finding the rooftop bar was initially a test. From level 6 you had to get the lift down to reception then exit your lift and go round the corner to another lift which only accessed levels 7 to 11. We realised on the second day that we could use the stairs from level 6 and just walk up two flights to get to the pool area to avoid the lift adventure. The rooftop bar and pool area was level 8. Fantastic. What a view. Not just the ones you see on the website but 360 degree view of the city and hills. Be mindful of the limited amount of seats/settees/longers/beds around the pool and terrace area, as per any holiday, lots of towels left on beds for long periods of time not being used. Nice mix of people using that area including families with young kids and groups of young adults. The drinks. Be careful! 6euros a pint in a plastic glass (3euro average in other establishments. 16euros for a gin and tonic (which I fell for, but it was a very nice gin!) On the other hand it was only 4euros for a rather nice large glass (plastic) of white or rose wine, which was a good 12% version. A genuine coca cola 4 euros, but add a shot of vodka to that and it was an additional 8 euros. We purchased nibbles from the bar e.g a lovely jar of Ocado style olives for 4 euros. My daughter had one meal there on our arrival day and it was a lovely tuna steak salad for 12 euros. They have quality bathing towels available as you enter the terrace area and plenty of toilet facilities and outdoor shower area. The bar/terrace staff are really helpful and appreciate any tips. Security staff were always visible in and around the hotel which was reassuring, but not intimidating, they also attended the rooftop terrace at random intervals to check we were all genuine guests ( on one occasion they did ask a female to leave who did not produce a valid day pass/room card who had been sunbathing on the best bed for about 3 hours!) We were on room only basis and in a morning I turned right out of the front of the hotel and there were quality cafes and take away bakeries selling croissants for about 1 euro, choc croissants for about 1euro50 and various other delightful pastries. There were also one or two shops selling water at less than 1 euro a bottle and orange juice at 2euros a carton. All within no more than 100yards of the hotel. We visited many of the tourist attractions which I will review separately due to my daughter pointing out the length of this review. Hope this helps. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, dfly66 wrote this review.
First stop in Europe after Dubai and am so disappointed and hoping rest of Europe hotels aren't the same. Staff unfriendly almost to point of been rude. Supply 2 small caps of milk for tea in room for 2 people. Called and asked for more as used it i… See more
First stop in Europe after Dubai and am so disappointed and hoping rest of Europe hotels aren't the same. Staff unfriendly almost to point of been rude. Supply 2 small caps of milk for tea in room for 2 people. Called and asked for more as used it in the morning and 1/2hr later room service knocks on the door wanting to charge me $12 Aud for sml jug of milk. Said only want like this (showed him empty) he said no wait till tomorrow. About 12 sun lounges and some other chairs on roof top pool. People come up when first open and place a towel or book glasses something small on so they look like been used they then leave the area and don't return till late arvo to use them but staff allows this and won't remove so people like myself that are actually up there swimming and wanting to use and relax have to sit in hard chairs. Wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. Collapse
The most beautiful hotel.
Stay Date: 06/2017, 901les wrote this review.
Attending a conference meant we needed to be close to the venue, hence our choice of hotel. What a gift!! Beautiful hotel, lovely big rooms, friendly staff, good food,and well placed for buses, taxis and shopping. Our rooms were clean, comfortable an… See more
Attending a conference meant we needed to be close to the venue, hence our choice of hotel. What a gift!! Beautiful hotel, lovely big rooms, friendly staff, good food,and well placed for buses, taxis and shopping. Our rooms were clean, comfortable and well air conditioned. Would definitely visit again. Collapse
Located Along Plaza Espana
Stay Date: 05/2017, Michael R wrote this review.
Among the Hotels I stayed during my more than 1 month european wanderlust, the Catalonia Barcelona Plaza get the Highests Marks beside the Radisson Blu in Biarritz France. This Hotel is right smack in the Center of Barcelona and is just steps away fr… See more
Among the Hotels I stayed during my more than 1 month european wanderlust, the Catalonia Barcelona Plaza get the Highests Marks beside the Radisson Blu in Biarritz France. This Hotel is right smack in the Center of Barcelona and is just steps away from Plaza Espana and the former Bullfighting Ring of Barcelona which is now converted into a Shopping Mall (I love shopping malls you see) and a 10 minute walk takes you to the Base of Montjuic Hill and 15 minutes to the Olympic Stadium. It is also a convention and Business Hotel as it lies just across the famous Fira Del Barcelona Trade Center, which is the trade convention Capital of Europe and there was the Barcelona Car Show when we were there (with free entrance to boot!). Around the Hotel are numerous bars, restaurants, Bars, Tapas Bars, shops, souvenir stores (the best is eating at the top of Las Arena Mall (with sweeping views of Barcelona and again is the former Bullfighter Ring) and there is a Barcelona Subway Metro Stop Entrance just in Front of the Hotel (Plaza Espana Metro Station) that brings you everywhere in Barcelona. This hotel is a favorite of the Tour Group Companies as well that is why we stayed here for 2 nights. The Hotel has 14 floors and 354 Rooms and Suites.divided into double room or square view room or Premium or Terrace of Suite Rooms. The rooms are small as typical of european standards at 22 Square Meter for the Double or Square View Rooms and 26 Square Meters for Terrace View. We stayed for two days in a Square View (facing Plaza Espana) Room and cost of a night here with breakfast is 227 Euros a room (for two persons) a night web rate and 250 euros if not via internet. Other Hotel Amenities Include: Swimming Pool with Terrace Views, Spa and Sauna Facilities, Fitness Center, Business Center, Laundry Service, A Solarium at the top and 3 Restaurants (Filigrana-where the breakfast buffet is held, Umo Japanese Restaurant and Gourmet Shop) and 1 Bar. The Rooms (Double Rooms and Square View) are small at 22 square meters (typical of european hotels). they have a modern design and the amenities here include:Air conditioning and heating Flat screen satellite TV with PPV ana a LED TV Free Wi-Fi and the rooms and all areas of the Hotel Full-length mirror Hair dryer Marble bathroom Minibar Mini Fridge Room service Nomo group and Telepizza In Room Safe deposit box Soundproofed rooms Telephone Free Bottled Water and Chocolates (not in our room as maybe it our room was discounted as we were booked as part of a tour group package) cons: no free bottled water (for tour groups), no ironing board, the separate door to the foyer and the room makes the room more smaller, Not universal Sockets, only European standard two pin sockets (so bring your universal plug adaptors and USB Ports). Check in is 2:00 pm and check out is 12:00 pm Collapse
Marvelous view, comfort room
Stay Date: 09/2016, reamada10 wrote this review.
It is a nice hotel, with clean and comfort rooms that view in Plaza de Espagna. The staff was polite and helpful. Breakfast medium but decent. However a little bit expensive comparing to similar hotels in other European cities.
It is a nice hotel, with clean and comfort rooms that view in Plaza de Espagna. The staff was polite and helpful. Breakfast medium but decent. However a little bit expensive comparing to similar hotels in other European cities. Collapse
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