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OD Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain

Trendy Comfort in Downtown Barcelona

The Collection

The 5-star OD Barcelona is effortlessly stylish, outfitted in eco-friendly bamboo and featuring a palate of grey tones. A rooftop terrace and pool provide the perfect spot to relax and take in the gorgeous views of Barcelona, while the rooms offer on-trend mod decor and unrivaled comfort. Built in 2017, this urban oasis is just 3 blocks from chic shopping avenue Passeig de Gracia.

    • Address

    • Calle Aragó, 300, 08009
      Barcelona, Spain
    • Space

    • 98 rooms and suites
      5,400 sq ft event space
    • Dining

    • Full service restaurant, seasonal poolside bar, lobby bar/lounge, and Wine & Cheese between 18h and 20h daily (excluding Event days)
    • Amenities

    • - Seasonal pool
      - Rooftop Sky Bar
      - Complimentary Wi-Fi
      - Fitness Center
      - Welcome Drink Upon Arrival
      - Complimentary Water in Room Upon Arrival
      - Free Entrance to Holmes Place (10 min walk)
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Sleek and Spacious


OD Barcelona’s 98 open-plan rooms offer rain showers, ergonomic work desks, and plenty of natural light. The decór focuses on natural forms and materials to create serene, comfortable spaces. Guests may choose between 66 Superior Rooms, 24 Deluxe Rooms, 4 Loft Rooms, 3 Suites, and 1 Grand Suite. The hotel allows small dogs by special request.

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Venue with a Fresh Vibe Meetings

  • 98rooms
  • 5,400sq ft event space
  • 400capacity


  • Restaurant & Sky Bar
  • Private drivers available
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • 24-hour reception
  • Multilingual staff

Find Things To Do In Barcelona, Spain

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.