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One of the grandest avenues in Barcelona, located a 10-minute walk from the Eixample gay district.
Passeig de Gràcia has a huge range of shops, from affordable outlets to luxury brands. The street also houses famous landmarks such as Casa Amatller and Casa Batlló.
based on 3554 reviews
Why this hotel? Near the gay scene. Tasteful design. Great spa & pool. Free WiFi.
Elegant 5-star boutique hotel, housed in a historic building. The ALMA is a modern masterpiece, with a minimalistic theme, featuring a spa with steam room & sauna, an indoor pool and a gym.
The technology starts at the guest room door. No keys here; instead, your fingerprint is scanned. The rooms are exceptionally comfortable and feature Loewe TV, free WiFi, minibar and Bvlgari products in the bathroom.
The ALMA is in great location for the gay scene, just a 15-minute walk to the gay bars and clubs in Eixample district.
based on 4693 reviews
Why this hotel? Central location. Circuit Festival host hotel. Great value. Free WiFi.
The recently renovated NH Gran Hotel Calderón enjoys a very convenient location in central Barcelona, next to Plaza de Catalunya and close to the Eixample gay village.
The hotel is popular with gay travellers all year around, but particularly during the August party season.
The NH features a swimming pool, sun terrace and fitness centre. Guests can also take advantage of free WiFi. Plenty of shops and fashion outlets nearby.
based on 1437 reviews
Why this hotel? Walk to gay bars. Amazing rooms. Fabulous spa.
One of the newest Mandarin Oriental hotels, located in the heart of Barcelona’s shopping district – close to sightseeing attractions and just 10 minutes’ walk from the Eixample gay quarter.
To say this hotel is highly stylised would be an understatement. Indeed, the interior spaces are quite spectacular. Even the walk from the entrance to reception is an experience.
Guest rooms are strikingly modern with just subtle hints to the Mandarin’s heritage. Not huge, but they offer all the luxurious comforts, and you can expect a flawless service from arrival to departure.
The hotel has great dining options. We like the 9th floor rooftop bar (and dipping pool), reserved exclusively for hotel guests. Finally, we should not forget to mention the spa! Over 1,000 m² of space including a 12-metre pool, gym and 8 treatment rooms.
Plaça de Cataluñya is generally considered to be the city centre of Barcelona, and the intersection of the “old historic city” and the newer 19th century Eixample.
To the south is the famous La Rambla street which connects the Plaza with Port Vell and the beach. The area is filled with boutique shops and cafés. The gay scene in Eixample is a short walk from our recommended hotels.
Why this hotel? On La Rambla. Beautiful interiors. Boutique choice. Free WiFi.
We love this luxury boutique hotel on Barcelona’s famous La Rambla street – right next to the Gothic Quarter.
Behind the original façade of what was the historic palace of El Regulador is an über-cool hotel with 31 uniquely styled rooms. The modern guest rooms & suites (which we can confirm have been soundproof) feature very comfortable beds, beautiful bathroom, flat screen TV, iPod dock, laptop-sized safe, WiFi.
The hotel’s restaurant Bistrot El Regulador is worth a special mention, as is the rooftop bar (that served us excellent cocktails), swimming pool and sun terrace.
based on 4198 reviews
Why this hotel? Fabulous views. Great location. Close to Plaza Catalunya. Free WiFi.
The boutique Ohla hotel is located just 300 metres from Plaza Catalunya Square, a short walk to Passeig de Gràcia, La Rambla and Urquinaona metro, and within easy access to Eixample gay district.
Ohla features a rooftop swimming pool with fantastic views of the city. All 74 modern guest rooms have free WiFi, flat screen TV and iPod dock. Some rooms have views over the historic Gothic Quarter.
The hotel is home to Michelin-starred restaurant Saüc. The in-house Gastrobar offers a great tapas menu, and the Ohla Boutique Bar serves excellent cocktails. There is also a gym with sauna facilities.
Barcelona’s beaches are a magnet for gay men during the summer months. The city has over 4 km of easily accessible sandy beaches running north from W Hotel.
based on 9166 reviews
Why this hotel? Beachfront location. Gay-popular hotel. It's the "W"
Virtually every gay traveller who spends more than a couple of hundred euros per night on a hotel room will be intimately familiar with the W Concept.
The high-rise W Barcelona, the first W to open in Europe, designed by renowned Ricrod Bofill, offers amazing views over the Mediterranean and Barcelona shoreline.
The W has 473 guest rooms and suites with all its signature W features including the W bed, munchie box and Bliss spa products.
Location-wise, the W is next to the San Sebastià and Barceloneta beaches, although some distance from the night-time gay scene and the Mar Bella gay beach. Having said that, if you can afford the W, then you can afford the taxi.
based on 4115 reviews
Why this hotel? Walk to La Rambla. Excellent pool. Close to Mar Bella gay beach. Free WiFi.
The Pullman is perfect if you’re looking for a 5-star hotel that’s within comfortable walking distance of the Mar Bella gay beach (a 15-minute walk along the promenade).
Large, modern guest rooms have excellent sea view. Superior and Deluxe rooms have a private terrace. All rooms have an LCD satellite TV, CD/DVD player and free WiFi.
The hotel is about a 15-minute walk to La Rambla, but you might want to take the metro (or a taxi) to the Eixample gay district. The gay-popular Nova Icàri Beach is just a few minutes’ walk away.