It is one of the most picturesque areas of the city: the original nucleus was the Convent of Saint Mary de Gràcia, of 1626; around it houses and farms arose and the small hamlet began to grow. In 1850 it obtained independence, which it kept for half a century until being annexed by Barcelona.
Today it is a charming area, with lively streets and squares full of bars and cafés. The area has jealously conserved its traditions.
Stay in the refined elegance of this classic hotel, set in a renovated, 19th-century palace surrounded by classy boulevards right in the heart of Barc [...]
Murmuri Barcelona is set on Barcelona’s charming Rambla de Catalunya Boulevard, surrounded by shops and pavement cafés. This boutique hotel offers [...]
Situated in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, Hotel Catalonia Port has a modern gym and a sun terrace with a small seasonal outdoor pool. Each air-conditi [...]
Set on Las Ramblas and next to Plaza Catalunya, the Hotel Continental offers charming rooms with free Wi-Fi and a fridge. A free continental buffet is [...]
This establishment is housed in a building of great artistic interest, built at the beginning of the 19th century. The building is tranquil and comfo [...]
Set just off Barcelona’s famous Las Ramblas, the Apartments Ciutat Vella offer modern accommodation on a pedestrian street in the Gothic Quarter. La [...]
Casa con Estilo B&B is set in an early 20th-century building, in Barcelona’s elegant Sant Gervasi District. It is 50 metres from El Putxet Train sta [...]