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The uniquely designed BCN HOTEL SAN CUGAT lies in the centre of the Catalan city of the same name, just a quick 12.4 miles journey from Barcelona’s city centre.
The whole hotel building follows an intriguing lens-shaped form which runs all the way up the hotel’s central atrium. The colour scheme blends clean white with bold colours in a contemporary, minimalist style, which complements the state-of-the-art technology available throughout. After returning from a day’s sightseeing in the Catalan capital you can head to the hotel’s restaurant to enjoy the innovative cuisine, which is served on the outdoor terrace when the weather allows.
All exterior-facing rooms offer pleasant views of the historic centre of Sant Cugat and the Sierra de Collserola Hills. Spacious rooms are decorated with custom-made furniture, natural wood and coloured walls. They have professional photography hung on the walls.
All 150 rooms offer WiFi, minibars, and TVs with satellite channels. Guests will also find room service, hair dryers, and free toiletries.
Available Room Types:
Superior Double Room: Room size: 27 m²
Bed Size(s): 1 Large Bed or 2 single beds.
Cancellation / Prepayment
Children and extra beds
Accepted credit cards
- Air Conditioning
- Airport Shuttle Service
- Catering services
- Convention floor
- Free toiletries
- Ironing Facilities
- Private Bathroom
- Room service
- Safety Deposit Box
- Seating area
- Wake up service
- Wheelchair Accessible
The Barrio of Gràcia is just one metro stop up from the top of Passeig de Gràcia but it can feel like a completely different city. An independent town until the late 19th century, Gràcia is still home to a small and tight community. Exceedingly proud of their roots, the occupants tend to say they don’t come from Barcelona, but from Gràcia.
The Barrio is a popular haunt for artists and a generally bohemian crowd, it also has a high ethnic population and the highest concentration of foreign restaurants in Barcelona. Plaça de Sol is the most renowned part of the Barrio, lined with terrace cafes, at night this is where people convene to drink and be merry. Despite the trendy nature of Gràcia it is also a very traditional Barrio with a large elderly population which makes for entertaining people-watching!
You can’t think of Gràcia without thinking of its ‘Festa Major’ which is held in August and lasts for five days, this sees the locals competing in street decoration which they take very seriously and work all year on. The results are usually spectacular, and at night the festival comes alive with drinks stalls and stages of live music of every taste.
The metro stop is Fontana, and from here it is easy to get into the center of Barcelona: Plaça Catalunya being just 10 minutes away. Also near the metro stop is a cinema that plays films in their original language (version original).
As an old independent town Gràcia is totally self-sufficient: there are great amenities, good bars, cosy cafes, offering a real Mediterranean lifestyle. Whilst everything like the buildings, streets and Plaças are in much smaller scale than those in the center of town there is some striking art nouveau architecture to be seen.
The Barrio of Gràcia is perfect for those who want something a little bit different, those who perhaps have been to Barcelona before and want a different experience. Although because central Barcelona is so easily accessible from Gràcia it is suitable for everyone visting the city and accommodation tends to be a bit cheaper.
As the district has become increasingly trendy and well-known, there has been a growing demand among savvy travelers for accommodation in this part of town: which is why you can now find a decent range of hotels, hostels and apartments available if you’re set on staying here.