Located in the most historical part of the magnificent city of Barcelona, the Gran Barcino hotel is surrounded by charming narrow streets at the heart of the city with stunning sights such as the cathedral and attractions like the La Rambla Boulevard all a short walk away. This charming 4-star hotel occupies a historic building and provides modern conveniences with a great selection of comfortable traditional-style rooms along with pleasant facilities that creates an ideal retreat for business and leisure guests. Guests staying at the hotel can relax in the spacious ground-floor lounge that looks out over the bustling street and enjoy a refreshing drink or snack from the bar. You can start each day off well with a tasty buffet breakfast served at the restaurant and you will find the helpful and friendly staff are always available to help with any request; the 24 hour front desk also provides useful services such as currency exchange, laundry and safety deposit boxes. Near the hotel you will find many interesting sights and places to visit, you can wander out into the charming Jaume I square where you can stroll past the Roman walls and see the beautiful cathedral. In the nearby trendy Born district you can find even more to see the fabulous Picasso Museum that attracts visitors from all over the world or you can visit the popular beaches nearby with a tasty packed lunch provided by the hotel. There are plenty of opportunities for great shopping experiences too with quaint markets selling great local goods before you head on to the more commercial shopping centres or visit famous attractions such as La Rambla Boulevard and the Plaça Catalunya. If you take a walk through the historic Ciutat Vella, the oldest part of the city you will be greeted by atmospheric, narrow streets filled with boutiques, cool bars and hidden squares or continuing through the heart of La Rambla you can find the fashionable, up-and-coming areas with plenty of chic restaurants to enjoy a meal out in the city or visit the memorable sights of the Old Port.