Top 5 Gastronomic Hotels in Barcelona

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In recent years many chefs have been trying to refresh image of traditional the Spanish cuisine, so now there’s much more than the usual “paella with Sangria” to enjoy on a trip to sunny Spain.

One of the cities leading this gastronomic trend is Barcelona, which makes it an ideal location for a delicious ‘foodie’ holiday. However if you like your cuisine traditional you can enjoy Spain’s famous tapas cuisine anywhere in town.

Tapas

Tapas tips

Try the Tickets Bar which is run by the brother of Ferran Adria (a famous Catalan chef).

On the avenue “Passeig de Gracia” you can also taste the tapas of Carles Abellan at TAPAS 24. His menu is inspired using the seasonal products sold at the famous market – La Boqueria.

Gourmet hotels

There are many restaurants to choose from that offer new and traditional Spanish dishes, as well as a whole host of first class establishments with food from around the world. But what if you don’t want to walk too far for your dinner?

Well, here are a few special hotels that have fantastic gastronomic experiences right on your doorstep!

Ohla Barcelona 5*

Ohla Hotel

Breakfast at the Ohla Hotel

Everything you can wish for and located right in the city centre. This hotel has a very stylish design with spacious rooms, rooftop pool and a lounge with amazing views over the city.

It has its own Michelin star restaurant, Sauc, and a gastro-bar offering signature Tapas.

Also, don’t miss the boutique bar with its designer cocktails prepared by the award-winning Giuseppe Santamaria, which makes it the best cocktail experience in town.

Ohla Chill Out Terrace

Ohla Chill Out Terrace

Mercer Hotel Barcelona 5*

Hosted in a historical building right in the heart of the gothic quarter, the Mercier has 28 brand new rooms.

It also has a very romantic restaurant with typical Catalan cuisine that enjoys views over the central courtyard of Orange trees.

If you haven’t had your fill of tapas, the hotel has a tapas bar with a carefully chosen range of cold and hot dishes.

W Barcelona 5*

W Bar and Restaurant

W Bar and Restaurant

The most famous and emblematic hotel of Barcelona, the W was designed by Ricardo Bofil.

The hotel has several restaurants and one of them, run by Carles Abellan, gives you the opportunity to taste fine foods from all over the world.

After a delicious meal why not have a cocktail and enjoy the night views on the 25th floor Eclipse Bar.

If you fancy getting out of the hotel, you can have dinner at a restaurant that’s right on the beach or in the harbour – just minutes walk away.

W Hotel Lounge

W Lounge

Hotel Omm 5*

Hotel Omm is a modern design boutique hotel with an artistic style that’s located on Paseo de Gracia.

This trendy place has peaceful rooms, a rooftop terrace with pool and unique views over Gaudi’s Casa Mila.

Visit the in-hotel MOO restaurant, overseen by the Brothers Roca, who are the owners of the famous Celler Can Roca, a 3 Star Michelin restaurant.

After dinner you can party at the hotel’s nightclub, one of the most select in town.

Condes De Barcelona 4*

ALAIRE rooftop bar

ALAIRE rooftop bar

Ideally located on Paseo de Gracia opposite Gaudi’s La Pedrera, this hotel offers rooms designed to offer maximum wellbeing.

The hotel has two restaurants run by the famous chef Martin Berasategui.

The Loidi is an affordable bistro that prepares their dishes with seasonal produce.

The “Lasarte” is a two star Michelin restaurant with an exclusive and elegant design.

After dinner you must have a drink at the terrace bar, ALAIRE, which has splendid views over Barcelona and the Sagrada Familia.

Hotel Condes De Barcelona

Hotel Condes De Barcelona – terrace at night

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Kirsten is the chief blogger here at lastminute.com. A former newspaper journalist (don’t hold that against her), having taken extensive trips to China, America and Australasia, she is now pouring her passion for travel into writing blogs and features for the lastminute.com website. Arriving in London via exotic Scunthorpe, Kirsten has made it her mission to try out as many pubs and restaurants as she possibly can in the capital.

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