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BCN Urban Hotels Gran Rosellon

Barcelona, Spain


Modern Comfort in Prime Sightseeing Location

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Located in the upscale shopping district of Eixample, BCN Urban Hotels Gran Rosellon offers guests an intimate experience in a modern setting. Guests can enjoy spectacular views of Barcelona while swimming in the rooftop pool, working out in a state-of-the-art fitness center, and receiving personalized sightseeing advice from an in-house travel advisor. Just a few minutes walk from the nearest metro station, the Gran Rosellon is ideally located for exploring Barcelona’s many treasures.

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Urban Sophistication at its Finest


BCN Urban Hotels Gran Rosellon’s rooms and suites blend contemporary style with comfort and class. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen television, his-and-hers sinks, and a rain shower. Suites feature balconies overlooking the city. The Gran Rosellon features 63 fresh, modern rooms on 9 floors.

Stay and Save


Save up to 15% on the hotel’s Best Available Rate with this “Stay & Save” offer featuring 10% off stays of one and two nights, and 15% off stays of three nights or more. Includes free Wi-Fi, discount already applied.


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Things to do

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Casa Batlló

Visitors can tour this wonderfully bizarre residence designed by celebrated Barcelonian architect Antoni Gaudí and get a glimpse into the mind of an architectural genius.

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Sagrada Família

A true icon of Catalán architecture, the unfinished Basilica Sagrada Família is a must-see for for fans of Gaudí.

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Parque Güell

Unesco-listed Parque Güell, another Gaudí masterpiece, features spectacular mosaics and fantastical forms spread out over more than 40 acres of public park.

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Nova Icaría Beach

Nova Icaría’s golden sands and gentle waves provide the perfect backdrop for a relaxing day at the beach.

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Fundació Joan Miró

Home to the largest collection of works by 20th-century surrealist Miró, the Fundació also includes works by some of the artist’s contemporaries like Alexander Calder and Eduardo Chillida.

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Museu d’Història de Barcelona

Walk through over two thousand years of Barcelonian history, including over two miles of excavated Roman ruins, a 7th-century church, and the banquet hall where King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella received Christopher Columbus after his return from the New World.

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Camp Nou

Football fans can get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Camp Nou, FC Barcelona’s home stadium, with a self-guided tour that includes visits to the visiting team’s locker room as well as the pitch itself.

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Museu Picasso

Home to one of the largest collections of artwork by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, the Museu Picasso has been declared a Museum of National Interest by the government of Catalonia.

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La Rambla

Considered one of the most beautiful avenues in the world, tree-lined La Rambla features shopping, theatres, and a Miró mosaic.

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La Boqueria

Overflowing with fresh produce, meats, and cheese, the La Boqueria market is a classic stop for tourists and Barcelonians alike to fill their picnic baskets or simply people-watch.