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From the plump armchairs and cloudlike beds to the iPod docks and toiletries by Shanghai Tang and Acqua di Parma, the experience here is 100 percent deluxe. Full review →
The pearly queen of Barcelona luxury hotels.Which room to book: Ask for an upper-floor, Passeig de Gràciafacing room with a view of anything by Gaudí.
The location of this former bank headquarters, which opened as a hotel at the end of 2009 on "the lovely Passeig de Gràcia," ensures that "guests can easily stroll to restaurants and shopping". Full review →
Housed in a former bank, the Mandarin Oriental enjoys a prime location on Passeig de Gràcia, the city’s most famous and exclusive shopping avenue. Full review →
This ultra-luxurious hotel boasts rooms overlooking either the iconic Passeig de Gràcia or the gorgeous interior gardens. It has a spa, a roof terrace with splash pool and gourmet restaurant.
With views of Gaudí's Casa Batlló, the Mandarin has quickly become a Barcelona mainstay at the hub of the city's elegant Eixample. Full review →
The hotel offers a serene oasis when you are ready to step away from the bustle of the city, with a world-class restaurant, a rooftop pool, an amazing spa and even a garden where you can wind down. Full review →
Both accommodations and dining facilities are first-rate, as you would expect from Mandarin Oriental, and the hotel also houses one of the finest and best-equipped spas in the city. Full review →
With a combination of hospitality and local character, this hotel provides guests with easy access to Barcelona's many attributes. Full review →
As incredible as you’d want a Mandarin Oriental hotel to be, the chain’s Barcelona location is in the center of the city, on the architecturally historic and shopping-centric Passeig de Gràcia. Full review →
A mid-19th century bank reinvented as a luxury hotel, the Mandarin Oriental Barcelona pushes the envelope on style and design in the heart of Barcelona’s main street. Full review →
At this imposing former bank, 98 rooms combine contemporary designer style with subtle Eastern touches. Full review →
This top class hotel occupies a former bank building that has undergone a complete transformation.
The 98-room Mandarin Oriental is one of the most luxurious hotels in Barcelona, and certainly has one of the most recognizable hotel brand names in the city. Full review →
The latest designer addition to Barcelona’s most prestigious avenue... the suites particularly, with their stunning bathrooms and private terraces, are among the finest in Barcelona.
Mandarin Oriental's sole Spanish link is located in an impressive midcentury edifice smack-dab on Paseo de Gracia, the lively Eixample district's main boulevard Full review →
One for avid shoppers, aficionados of Antoni Gaudí and lovers of all things stylish. Full review →
If you are among the lucky ones who can afford to go, be sure to take full advantage of this idyllic paradise. Full review →
Urquiola’s décor—in both the common areas and the hotel’s 98 smallish rooms—is a harmonious marriage of clean-lined modernity with Mandarin group’s signature Asian style. Full review →
Once again outfitted by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola, the new suites feature warming woods, tactile upholstery and a palette of greys with lime-green accents. Full review →
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