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Where to Stay in Barcelona This Year: Our Favorite Places And Neighbourhoods

Where to stay in Barcelona our recommendations

Few cities on this planet are as magical and captivating as Barcelona. Boasting some of the most famous landmarks in the entire world, it’s hard to imagine that anyone could have less than an enjoyable time in Barcelona. 

But I guess it depends quite a bit on where you stay; book a hotel that’s too far from the things you want to see, and you’ll spend more time bumping elbows on the metro than sightseeing and snacking on tapas. Nobody wants that to happen, and I’m happy to help you figure out where it makes sense for you to stay in Barcelona. 

I’ve included all the best neighborhoods in the city in this guide, from the breezy and beachfront Barceloneta to the local Gracia. Whether you want to find the best hotels in Barcelona with epic views or are traveling on a tighter budget but still appreciate a central location, I’ve got your back. 

Where to stay in Barcelona our recommendations

Please listen to what I have to say because I know Barcelona like the back of my hand. I’ve helped friends and relatives find places to stay and shared all my Barcelona travel tips to help them plan their itineraries with zero complaints so far. Well, there were some complaints about the crowds throughout the city, but none about the hotel location, quality of service, or the comfort of the beds they slept in. 

Where To Stay In Barcelona

Barcelona is a big city, so it’s crucial to stay close to the landmarks that interest you most. Consider which landmarks you want to prioritize, and then book a hotel in the appropriate neighborhood. 

The best ones for first-time visitors are usually the Gothic Quarter, Eixample, and La Barceloneta, but returning visitors prefer the calm vibes of Gracia and El Poble-Sec.

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Where We Stayed

We stayed at Hotel Barcelona Catedral and loved every minute of it. The location was perfect for exploring Barcelona on foot; the bed was super comfortable, and everything was sparkling clean. 

Gothic Quarter: Our Recommendation 

Where to stay in Barcelona Gothic Quarter NeighbourhoodWhere to stay in Barcelona Gothic Quarter Neighbourhood

The Gothic Quarter is Barcelona’s historic center and home to most of the city’s oldest buildings. Stay here for charming, walkable alleys full of the city’s best landmarks and loads of great tapas and bars. 

Bordering Las Ramblas in the west and Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera in the east, the Gothic Quarter is the central area of the Cituat Vella district. Even if you stay elsewhere, you will likely come to this neighborhood often, whether for the history and culture or the excellent…

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