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Our private guides in Barcelona made a list of the most suitable cheap hotels in Barcelona. 

Hotel Espana

Hotel Espana

This hotel without any doubt could be called a precious jewel of Catalan Modernism. It was decorated by a famous and distinguished architect, who designed the well-known concert-hall Palau de la Musica. You may have an impression that the rooms need certain refurbishment, but on the other hand you could imagine that you’re visiting Barcelona in the era of the legendary architect Antoni Gaudi. Most of the tourists who had the chance to stay at the Espana Hotel, note that the restaurant is really good. Moreover the hotel is situated around the corner from La Rambla. 

Hotel Jardi

Hotel Jardi

It is truly an oasis of harmony in the flourishing Barri Gotic! The hotel is known for its simplicity and lack of frills. It would be a suitable place to stay for people interested in saving some money for other purposes such as visiting numerous landmarks and places of interest in Barcelona. Hotel Jardi is situated is a peaceful tree-lined square called Plaza Sant Josep Oriol. You will have an opportunity to enjoy the view of the before mentioned square and the statue of the universally known Catalan dramatist and poet Angel Guimera I Jorge from your minuscule balcony. It is worth noting that Angel Guimera I Jorge was a very influential figure in the Renaissance movement in the 19th century. 

Hotel Market

 

Hotel Market

If you can’t deny yourself in having a hearty meal, you should definitely visit the fancy Mediterranean restaurant of the hotel. After gorging yourself you can go downstairs, return to your rooms and have a decent rest. It is worth noting that all the rooms are designed in black, exquisite, lacquered Oriental style. Several of the suits have terraces with breath-taking views of the busy streets of Barcelona. The hotel is situated very close to the Sant Antoni food market, so if are staying at a room with a kitchen, you can bring some fresh food from the market and cook something delicious by yourself. 

Hostal Gat Raval

Hostal Gat Raval

You shouldn’t be disappointed by the façade of the building and take a look at this second-floor hotel. It is a rare gem, without any doubt! The hotel is situated in the city center – Raval. This part of Barcelona is populated mainly by Asian immigrants. Living in this district will give you an opportunity to explore one of the most exciting so-called barrios of the city. This barrio is noted for its unique mixture of Spanish and Asian cultures. You will find there several remarkable Pakistan and Indian restaurants, shops and numerous theatres. The rooms are very comfortable, and the whole hotel is modern. 

  • Carrer Joaquin Costa 44, 2;+34 934 816 670; http://www.gatrooms.es; doubles from €74.90 (£59.50). Metro: Universitat

Hotel Ciutat Vella

Hotel Ciutat Vella

It is an ultra-modern, exquisite and luxury hotel. Its rooms are highly comfortable, breezy and bright with a number of combinations, including even bunk beds. Hotel Ciutat Vella is situated in the trendiest part of Barcelona. Not far from the hotel you will find the well-known Macba Art Museum. The hotel’s convenient location is not its only advantage. You will definitely enjoy staying there!

 

Hotel Confort

Hotel Confort

Hotel Confort is situated in one of the most famous and busiest part of Barcelona – Gracia. The hotel itself is all marvelous design and also boasts a wonderful terrace. The advantageous location of the hotel gives you the direct access to the numerous buzzing shops and bars, which are the reason why this part of the city is so famous. You should definitely consider taking a series of advantageous offers, such as the cut-price doubles in the end of summer. 

Hotel California

Hotel California

The price for a night-stand in the California Hotel is surprisingly small, taking into consideration its advantageous location right near La Ramba. This hotel offers comfortable and clean rooms, impeccable service and friendly attitude towards each and every client. You might also be interested in such hotels like Axel, situated in the district of Barcelona called “Gaycelona”. 

Hostal Goya

Hostal Goya

It is worth noting that Hostal Goya is the most preferable lodging for all the people who visit Barcelona for business purposes. The hotel is situated in a very advantageous part of the city – Eixample district, giving access to different interesting places of Barcelona. Don’t be disappointed by the hotel’s entrance or the stairway as you go upstairs to have a decent rest after a long and busy day. As soon as you are inside of the hostel, you would feel as if you are at home, which is run as a professional high quality hostel. All the rooms are bright and light and have high ceiling. Some of the rooms have private balconies. 

Hostal d’Uxelles

Hostal d’Uxelles

This hostel is very pretty and it is situated in the eastern part of Eixample. This district is noted for the presence of numerous traces of the past – old buildings, monuments and so on. The hotel could be described as having a bit of Modernista touch. It is seen in the hostel’s tiles and its cream walls and beautiful gilt-framed mirrors. The location is very advantageous – the hosted is situated on one of the busiest streets of Barcelona. Therefore you will have access to such remarkable palces as La Sagrada familia, and La Passeig de Gracia – the best shopping boulevard in the whole city. 

 

  • Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes 688, pral; +34 932 652 560; doubles from €87 (£69). Metro: Tetuan L2

Hosteria Grau

 

Hosteria Grau

It is truly a charming place! Without any doubt you would be stunned with the beauty of its attractive spiral staircase, which leads directly to the open fire. You could spend your evenings in the circle of your family by the fireplace. It is surprising that it is not too noisy at the hosteria, taking into consideration the fact that it’s located in the Raval, not far from the Catalunya Plaza. It is a very important factor in such a big city as Barcelona, where racket is usual and widespread. The communal areas, decorated in the late 70’s, are fun and definitely not kitsch. There are several rooms with kitchens, if you would like to cook by yourself. 

 

Article author: Amanda Grey

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