Hotel Auto Hogar
Within walking distance of Barcelona’s gorgeous stretch of golden beach, the fabulous tourist hub of the Gothic Quarter, Gaudi’s world famous La Sagrada Familia, and the glorious Maremagnum, this central Barcelona, 3-star hotel is the perfect venue for your hen do celebrations. Equipped with luxurious bathrooms, in-built climate control, a direct telephone line and TVs, as well as select rooms boasting private balconies with gorgeous views of Barcelona – this hotel really is the place to be, when it comes to living the life of luxury on your hen do weekend.
Roma Reial Hotel
The traditional Hotel Roma Reial is a fantastic hotel set within a beautiful building in the Plaza Reial. It is superbly central, directly in the heart of Barcelona surrounded by famous shops and stunning architecture. The authentic Spanish accommodation is comfortable and minimalist, a perfect place for you to make your base on your hen weekend before you head out and explore the city. If you are looking for somewhere to dine out with the girls, you have a wide range of restaurants just outside your front door serving a whole host of delicious meals.
Be Sound Hostel
This hostel is a fantastic place to stay if you are looking for a room in the heart of Barcelona. At just two minutes' walk from Liceu metro station and five minutes' walk from the tourist paradise of La Rambla, this excellent value for money hostel is ideal for your hen weekend in sunny Spain. La Rambla is the spot for shops, swanky bars, restaurants and clubs, so you and the girls can while away your days there. The hostel provides rooms that will hold up to eight people, so you don’t have to worry if you’re bringing along a large group of friends.
So, you and the girls are heading to Barcelona for your hen weekend – you’re in for a treat. With an amazing metro system to its name, and fantastic transport links, you’ll have no problems jetting around the city, taking in all the wonderful things it has to offer. This centrally located hostel is just off the world renowned street which never sleeps, Las Ramblas, and will be the perfect base for you lasses to crash, between all that sightseeing and celebrating. With a private open air roof terrace, self-service launderette and dryer and free in-room lockers, you and the lasses are sure to feel very at home and relaxed here.
Mur Mar Apartments
Barcelona is a beautiful city, famed for many breath taking attractions such as the Gothic Quarter, so it is only right that you experience all of this in a fantastic apartment right in the heart of the city. The Mur Mar apartments are a stunning build, complete with a very stylish and tasteful decor that will only serve to improve your trip. You have a whole host of places to check out just outside, including the Passeig de Gràcia – Spain’s most expensive street, jam packed with fabulous stores for you spend all of your holiday money in.
AinB Raval-Hospital Apartments
Boasting an extremely central location, just minutes from the world famous touristic hub of Las Ramblas, this apartment really is a wonderful base for you and the lasses on your hen weekend. Within walking distance of the main shopping areas, as well as Mercado de la Boquería, you and the girls will be in retail therapy heaven here. The apartments incorporate contemporary design into traditional spaces, which retain many of their original architectural features such as gorgeous exposed wooden beams and stone walls – making these the perfect base for your hen do celebrations.
MH Sagrada Familia Apartments
These fantastic apartments are the only way to truly experience everything this city has to offer in style. During the day you can lounge in your room, overlooking the stunning cobbled streets of Spain, and by night you can head out to witness the spectacular nightlife right around the corner. There are several authentic restaurants on your street so you shan’t be going hungry on this trip and with the local metro station just minutes away from the apartments, you can head out to sample the local culture without getting lost in Barcelona.