From this apartment-style hotel, step out onto the vibrant tree-lined Las Ramblas, linking Placa de Catalunya and waterfront Port Vell, and neighbouring the Gothic Quarter’s narrow winding streets and old-world charm. Modern and tastefully furnished, the spacious studios and apartments are air-conditioned and feature kitchen facilities, perfect for self-catering, while a convenient breakfast room is also found onsite. Fabulous city views can be admired from the hotel’s spacious sundeck lined with sun lounges.
Why we recommend the Citadines Barcelona Ramblas
- Apartment-style hotel with modern amenities
- Spacious apartments with kitchen facilities
- Sundeck boasting fabulous city views
- Stroll to cultural sites and the waterfront
- Close to the charming Gothic Quarter
Attractions near the Citadines Barcelona Ramblas
Rambling on La Rambla
This modern all-apartment hotel sits on the most famous street in Barcelona, La Rambla, where the city never sleeps. This wide pedestrian boulevard is packed with street performers, Spaniards soaking up the sunshine at the sidewalk cafés, beautiful buildings with unique architecture, and some of the city’s tastiest eateries.
Beginning at the port, La Rambla cuts through the charming Gothic Quarter and then onto the outer districts, so a wander along here is a great way to get to know Barcelona on foot; not to mention a perfect way to scope out some delicious local food. Crowd favourite, Pinotxo, is the perfect spot for a cheap and cheerful meal of traditional dishes in a wonderfully cosy atmosphere.
Discover the fascinating Picasso Museum
Not only is this vibrant city the home of some of the world’s most innovative architects, it’s also known for its avant-garde artists. Barcelona is the birthplace of revered artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso, and for those who want to experience the art of his Barcelona years, The Picasso Museum is the best place for it.
This staggeringly well-stocked museum is less than 15 minutes’ walk from your hotel. It houses more than 4,200 creations from this Spanish icon in his formative years in Barcelona, as well as pieces from the famed ‘Blue Period’ and beyond, giving both beginners and experienced art buffs something to appreciate.