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Hotel Indigo Barcelona - Plaza Catalunya *

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Europe › Spain › Barcelona › Passeig de Gracia
Location Details
Located in the heart of Barcelona, within walking distance from the Gaudi’s monuments and all the attractions that the city offers. Hotel Indigo Barcelona - Plaza Catalunya is 650-feet from Passeig de Gràcia Boulevard, a 10-minute walk from famous La Pedrera and six minutes away from the Barcelona Airport.
General Information
Stay at Hotel Indigo Barcelona - Plaza Catalunya and discover Barcelona's prime location, amazing beaches, famous architecture and exciting atmosphere. Hotel Indigo Barcelona - Plaza Catalunya is fully-equipped with all the amenities you would expect from a fine hotel. Choose from 77 comfortable guestrooms, take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool, and dine on modern Catalan cuisine.

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Room Details

All guestrooms are decorated and furnished following a style inspired by the Catalan Art-nouveau and Gaudi. All of them are fully-equipped in order to make your stay as comfortable as possible, always offering excellent service and quality. Each guestroom features a 32-inch high definition television, tea and coffee maker, a mini-bar and a spa shower. Categories include standard guestrooms, executive guestrooms, and suites.


DOQ Barcelona Restaurant and Cocktail Bar | A fresh, vibrant look and feel that combines splendidly with the traditional Spanish cuisine with a touch of innovation.


Guests will enjoy the terrace, outdoor pool and tropical garden.


The hotel offers a complete fitness center with a treadmill, elliptical, a cycle, and a set of handheld weights. Guests also have complimentary access to an off-site gym and fitness studio just four minutes walking distance.

Nearby Attractions

A world of Modernista architecture surrounds Hotel Indigo Barcelona - Plaza Catalunya, including Antoni Gaudí’s iconic Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. Stroll around the neighborhood and at every turn you’ll see exteriors of townhouses, bakeries, markets and pharmacies flaunting the intricate floral decoration and curving lines characteristic of the style. The movement reached its peak at the turn of the 20th century, when Barcelona had grown beyond of its medieval walls. Its wealthiest inhabitants commissioned new mansion homes in the elegant, grid-like streets of the burgeoning Eixample district. Today, Gaudí’s creative spirit is reflected in the vivid colors and close attention to detail of the boutique hotel, while the neighborhood is home to the city’s chicest shops and restaurants.

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