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BCN HOTEL GRAND MARINA sits on the port of Barcelona, overlooking the beautiful waters of Balearic Sea. An array of Barcelona beaches are nearby. Located in Ciutat Vella the hotel is within a short walk of Palau Guell and a mile (2 km) from other popular sights such as Gran Teatre del Liceu. This 5-star hotel welcomes guests with 291 rooms and conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center. Located in central Barcelona, the hotel is also near Palau de la Musica Catalana and Casa Batllo.
The hotel offers a full-service business center, plus meeting rooms and salons that can accommodate anywhere from 80 to 1,000 people. The hotel also offers access to 24 rooms at the World Trade Center in Barcelona, including an auditorium for up to 430 people.
BCN HOTEL GRAND MARINA has a total of 291 rooms located in an eight-storey building in the shape of transatlantic cruise ship. Its rooms include 244 double rooms and 47 suites, all of them luxurious.
All of the rooms feature the latest in state-of-the-art technology with high-speed Internet hook-ups, while they ensure the utmost comfort. In this vein, the hotel also offers its guests a unique, original service: a pillow menu in which they can choose the best model for their sleep needs. Decorated elegantly yet soberly, in relaxing tones with a plethora of fine wood and textiles, the rooms afford a balanced, luxurious feel and display painstaking attention to details, in clear harmony with the Mediterranean environment surrounding the hotel.
All 291 rooms have massage bathtubs, plus the Premiere rooms and Suites of our Hotel Barcelona port also have independent massage showers.
All the rooms at the Eurostars Grand Marina Hotel measure at least 28 m2. The Junior Suites, which measure 62 m2, have both a massage bathtub and shower stall and are fully equipped with a desk, dressing room, free set of bath products, living room and a small balcony. The Presidential Suite has a private terrace and wonderful views over the city.
Clоѕеѕt mеtrо ѕtорѕ: Drassanes (L3 – Green Lіnе)
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Children and extra beds
Accepted credit cards
- Air Conditioning
- Airport Shuttle Service
- Audio/Video Capabilities
- Baby Cot
- Car hire
- Free toiletries
- Ironing Facilities
- Private Bathroom
- Room service
- Safety Deposit Box
- Wake up service
- Wheelchair Accessible
The beautiful neighbourhood known as the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic) is so called because it used to be the Roman village and therefore has some remnants of its glorious past. However these days due to the constant modernization its very possible to spot an ancient building right next to one built in the late 90s. It is this mix of old and new that brings people from across the globe to visit the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona.
The narrow, winding streets create quite a labyrinth and means that it may take a while to get your bearings. We recommend you always look up and around or you may just miss some of the best bits this area has to offer. However you wont be able to miss one of the stand out attractions: the huge Cathedral which has a stunning courtyard full of plants and oddly, geese.
The Barri Gòtic has many peaceful squares (Plaças) where you can sit back and enjoy your surroundings. You will be spoilt for choice of restaurants and bars, especially around Plaça Reial which is always a hive of activity day and night. The night life in the Gothic Quarter is lively to say the least and you will always find somewhere to have a drink or, if your legs are not too tired from exploring the city, a bit of a dance. Calle Ferran, which is just to the side of Plaça Reial leading up to the imposing government buildings of Plaça Sant Jaume, is also good for bars and restaurants.
From the more commercial area of Calle Portal de L’Angel to all the little boutiques on Calle Avinyo the Gothic Quarter is a shopoholics paradise. Make sure you walk around to experience all you can, the Gothic Quarter is the perfect go to are for that afternoon stroll whilst walking off your Menu del Dia.
There are metro stops on both sides of the Gothic Quarter, there are 3 on Las Ramblas which runs up one side of the area, and on the other is Jaume 1. However you are in the centre of the city and many of Barcelona’s attractions are just a walk away.
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