A comfortable room that is perfect for families, as it lets you combine two connected bedrooms
Approximate price for 2 people
The Barceló Raval**** strives to embody the essence of the most cosmopolitan city in the Mediterranean, given that it is on the doorstep of the lively Las Ramblas and very close to landmarks such as Plaza Catalonia, the Liceu theatre, the famous Boquería food market and the Cathedral. Its philosophy and cosmopolitan design connect with the city and make it one of the top hotels in Barcelona.
How to begin your discovery of the essence of urban Barcelona Wake up in one of the hotel’s 182 rooms and 4 ultra-comfortable suites, with views of the district of Raval, all equipped with iPhone docking stations and with free Wi-Fi.
Rambla del Raval 1721 08001 Barcelona Spain
Barcelona-El Prat Airport – 16.3 km away
Bus + Metro – 100 m away
Port – 1 km away
Barcelona Exhibition Centre – 1.5 km away
On the roof terrace at the Barceló Raval, you can enjoy a unique city experience: a marvellous 360° terrace with awesome panoramic views of Barcelona.
The terrace also has a 15 m³ pool and a solarium to ensure you get the best tan throughout most of the year. The hotel provides a free towel service.
The terrace also includes a bar and viewing point on the 11th floor, offering the privileged experience of enjoying a drink while looking out over amazing views.
Open Bar, depending on weather conditions, from 11.00 to 01.00.
Live DJ from April to November: Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Swimming pool open all year round (non-heated).
The 360º terrace offers an exclusive service to host any type of event: Cocktail parties, after work parties, presentations, photo-shoots/recordings and concerts.
Consult our terms and conditions:
Tel: +34 93 320 14 90
The health and beauty facilities allow our guests to stay in shape and treat themselves to a restorative relaxation session after a busy day of business meetings or sightseeing.
Why not have a workout in the hotel's fitness centre and gym?
After walking around town, you can relax peacefully in the hotel sauna and the essence shower.
Raval represents the most distinctive cosmopolitan area; it is vibrant, eclectic, densely populated, exciting… and alive, more alive than ever before.
Raval is a neighbourhood that has its own verb: “ravalear”, which refers to the action of exploring the life that the Raval neighbourhood of Barcelona houses. Until recently, a neighbourhood boasting its own culture, a historic place outside the city walls known also as China Town and that now - above all in its higher areas - has become the fashionable neighbourhood of Barcelona, an area where the charm of the old is preserved and where multi-ethnicity prevails.
Raval belongs to Ciutat Vella, a place where, for example, you can enjoy lovely terraces, tapas bars of the most pure Barcelona style and restaurants with the most exotic cuisines on the planet. At the Boquería Market, be prepared for one of the most unique experiences you can have in Barcelona. Here one sees an explosion of colours, shapes and magnificent scents, as well as enjoying afternoon snacks in the atmosphere of a truly unique market. The list of stalls to visit in La Boquería market includes Fruites Ibáñez, Fruites Costa, Peix Marta, Avinova-Aviram, Symposion, Carnisseria A. Casanovas, Llegums cuits Boquería, Aroma Ibèric, Paramí, Ous del Calaf, and many others stand out too.
La Boquería is perhaps the most well-known attraction in Raval, but not the only one. There are all types of cultural, architectural and human reasons to “Raval” around. Some of them are the Moja Palace, the Canaletas fountain, the Palace of the Virreina, the Film Library of Catalonia, the Monastery of Sant Pau del Camp, the Liceu Opera House, the modernist Güell Palace, the Library of Catalonia or the Santa Mónica Art Centre. They all promise to be fascinating moments. And just a short walk away, Las Ramblas, the great thoroughfare of the centre that goes from Plaza de Catalunya up to the Christopher Columbus monument. It is divided into a series of shorter streets, which are the Ramblas de Canaletes, Estudis, Sant Josep, Caputxins, Santa Mónica and de Mar. On Las Ramblas you can find street performers, flower stalls and restaurants.
Another of the best examples of the vitality of Raval is the Museum of Modern Art of Barcelona (MACBA), perfect to understand the artistic movements of the second half of the 20th century. Its location, next to the CCCB - the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona, makes it easier to get to know the latest urban cultural offerings from an eclectic neighbourhood like no other in Barcelona.