Hotels in Barcelona, Spain

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Barcelona, Spain
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Best neighbourhoods to book a hotel in Barcelona

Below are the average prices for hotels in the most popular neighbourhoods in Barcelona

Price

C$ 87 - C$ 139

CHEAPEST NEIGHBOURHOOD IN BARCELONAHorta-Guinardo22% cheaperHotels in Horta-Guinardo are the cheapest in Barcelona at just C$ 87 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN BARCELONASants-Montjuïc20% more expensiveSants-Montjuïc has the highest priced hotels in Barcelona with rooms averaging C$ 139 per night
MOST POPULAR NEIGHBOURHOOD IN BARCELONAEixample80% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in Eixample than any other neighbourhood in Barcelona

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Hotels in popular neighbourhoods in Barcelona

Below are the most popular neighbourhoods in Barcelona to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book a hotel in Barcelona

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Low seasonOctobercheapest month to stay
High seasonNovembermost expensive time to stay
48%expected price decrease
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Price

C$ 110 - C$ 498

Highest day of weekTuesdayis the most expensive day of the week to book
Cheapest day of weekThursdayis the cheapest day of the week to book
C$ 320is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
C$ 185is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
Cheapest time to bookThe cheapest time to book hotels in Barcelona is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.

1-2 star

C$ 83 - C$ 97

3 star

C$ 159 - C$ 174

4-5 star

C$ 221 - C$ 235


Barcelona travel tips

Barcelona’s public transport system reaches nearly every neighborhood in the city. To take advantage of Barcelona’s public transportation, momondo can help you book hotels in Barcelona, like the Hotel Bagues in the Ciutat Vella (the city center). In Ciutat Vella, you’ll find bus lines B20, B24, B25, 7, 19, 201, and H16; train lines R1, R3, and R4; and Metro lines L1, L3, L6, and L7. All of these run through the main transport station, the Plaça de Catalunya. Another neighborhood to consider is the classy La Barceloneta; here you can try the Ayre Hotel Rosellon. This neighborhood is served by Metro line L4 and city buses 47 and 59. For cheap public transportation, purchase a BCN Hola card, which will allow unlimited use of all public transportation.


How much does a hotel in Barcelona cost per night?

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4-star hotels

Cheapest C$ 98

Average C$ 233

Most expensive C$ 622

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Where to stay in Barcelona

For the leisure tourist, we recommend Eixample for its abundance of attractions and activities. If you’re more of a history buff, you might enjoy the Gothic Quarter and the Hotel Gótico, with its medieval architecture. If you’re looking for a more romantic neighborhood, El Born and the El Born Guesthouse by Casa Consell is perfect for couples. With its quiet streets and quaint cafés, this is an excellent place to look for cheap hotels in Barcelona using momondo. For the more adventurous traveler, use momondo to find cheap hotels in the Ciutadella neighborhood, arguably the party central of Barcelona, thanks to its beaches and nightclubs. Finally, business travelers might prefer booking a hotel in the Sants neighborhood. This area has an exciting mixture of local culture and modern connectivity via the Estació de Sants, Barcelona’s largest train-and-Metro station.


Learn about attractions and sights in Barcelona

One popular attraction in Barcelona is the Magic Fountain, located in Montjuïc right by the Plaça de Carles Buïgas stop on bus 13 and not far from the Miramar Barcelona hotel. The fountain offers a light-and-water show every half hour, no fee necessary. Another attraction you’ll want to visit is the CosmoCaixa science museum in the Sarrià-St. Gervasi neighborhood close to the Exe Mitre hotel. While in Barcelona, be sure to also see the Parc de la Ciutadella in the Ciutat Vella and check out the nearby Duquesa Suites. This 70-acre public park, designed for the 1888 Universal Exhibition, encompasses the parliament building, Barcelona Zoo, and even a lake and waterfall, making it a beautiful green spot as well as a cultural gem for the city.

If there’s one neighborhood in Barcelona that’s sure to meet any craving, it’s Eixample. This is Barcelona’s largest district, located right in the heart of the city and close to many public transit options, including the Metro Diagonal. This neighborhood is known for its many tapas restaurants and trendy bars in addition to some of the most popular nightclubs in the city. You can easily book hotels in Barcelona's Eixample district with momondo, such as the Catalonia Plaza Cataluña. Another neighborhood you’ll want to explore is Sarrià-St. Gervasi and its "Zona Alta" district, which features a multitude of dining and drinking options, including the famous Santaló and María Cubí streets, with their selection of pubs and dance floors. The Blue Barcelona is a convenient Barcelona hotel in Sarrià-St. Gervasi. Public transport options include the Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya (trains). Of course, you won’t want to leave Barcelona without also experiencing the many bars and restaurants in the hip Gràcia neighborhood. Be sure to check out the Be Mate Paseo de Gràcia for an inexpensive yet beautiful option. The Metro Diagonal and Fontana have stops in this neighborhood.

Sports fans will surely want to catch a game at Camp Nou in the Les Corts district; try booking the nearby Hotel Derby Barcelona. The large stadium is the home of Barcelona’s professional soccer team, where matches are played regularly. Travelers can easily access the stadium from the Arizala or Benavent stops on the H8 bus. Gràcia hosts a large celebration in March known as the Festival de Sant Medir de Gràcia, which features a fantastic parade and picnics. Consider the Hotel Barcelona 1882 if you’re planning to stay in Gràcia; the Diagonal and Fontana Metro stops allow for convenient transportation. Another annual festival in Barcelona is the celebration of Sant Jordi (St. George), Catalonia’s patron saint, on April 23. This is an event you’ll want to see for yourself, as the entire city is decorated with roses while loving couples give gifts of books and roses to each other in the streets. Perhaps the best time to enjoy Barcelona’s festivities is during the month of June, when parades and music festivals offer diverse entertainment for everyone! The highlight of the season is the celebration of Sant Joan on the summer solstice, as fireworks abound in the city. Barcelona's modern public transport system offers a convenient way for today's traveler to explore every corner of the city on both Metro lines and city buses.