Alma Barcelona is a 5-star hotel in Barcelona city centre. It boasts a privileged location, moments from Barcelona’s exclusive shopping boulevard, Paseo de Gracia and a 5-minute walk from Gaudí’s famous houses, Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. Guests can easily reach Barcelona’s lively Las Ramblas and historical quarter on foot. A taxi from the airport to the hotel takes 30 minutes.
The hotel roof terrace is a superb spot to sip a cocktail whilst taking in superb views of the city’s fascinating architecture. As evening falls, guests can enjoy delicious international delicacies, enhanced with a local twist, in the hotel restaurant. The sumptuous hotel spa provides guests with the perfect excuse to relax and enjoy luxury treatments and the shimmering plunge pool.
Rooms in the Alma Barcelona Hotel are spacious and carefully decorated, inspired by classical and contemporary influences. The furnishings combine elegance and warmth, featuring soft tones and sumptuous fabrics. Each room creates the perfect space in which to relax after a day in the bustling Catalan capital.
Total number of rooms: 72, number of floors: 7, 2 restaurants, an indoor pool, 3 bars/lounges are available at this smoke-free hotel. WiFi in public areas is free. Additionally, a fitness center, 3 coffee shops/cafés, and a sauna are onsite. Elevator/lift, laundry facilities, soundproofed rooms, gardens, terrace, library.
24-hour room service, 24-hour front desk, family hotel, babysitting or childcare (surcharge), airport transportation (surcharge), breakfast available (surcharge), free newspapers in lobby, dry cleaning, laundry service, cribs/infant beds (complimentary), valet parking (surcharge).
No pets or service animals allowed.
Check-in time starts at 2 pm. Minimum check-in age is 18 years old.
Check-out time is noon.
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Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Alma Barcelona. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate.
Mallorca 271 08008 Barcelona − Spain
+34 932 164 490
Alma Barcelona is centrally located on Carrer de Mallorca, just off Passeig de Gràcia, in the swanky Eixample district.
Fly into Barcelona El Prat Airport, 12 kilometres south-west of the city centre, which handles international and domestic flights. From there, it's a 15-kilometre taxi ride to the hotel. Some Ryanair flights touch down at Girona-Costa Brava or Reus airports further afield, from where you'll need to take a train, bus or taxi into Barcelona.
RENFE runs trains into nearby Passeig de Gràcia station from all major Spanish cities. The nearest Metro stop to the hotel is Diagonal, on lines L3 and L5. Once there, take the exit marked Passeig de Gràcia.
Restaurante Lasarte opened its doors in January 2006, and in 2010 won the second star in the Michelin Guide.
Lasarte is much more than chef Martín Berasategui’s gastronomic vision for Barcelona. It is a spiritual project with the very best team of professionals at its forefront that strives to delight its diners with every aroma and flavour.
Lasarte Restaurant requires a smart dress code.
To see the Menu click here
Tuesday to Saturday for Lunch from 1.30pm to 3.30pm; for Dinner from 8.30pm to 11.00pm
Closed Sundays, Mondays and public holidays
C/ Mallorca, 259 - 08008 Barcelona, Spain
Phone: +34 93 445 32 42
Official Website: http://www.restaurantlasarte.com
If you can tear yourself away from Alma's elegant garden and rooftop terrace, just a short stroll away you'll find Gaudi's undulating stone-clad dwelling La Pedrera, aka Casa Milà, at the corner of Passeig de Gràcia at Carrer de Provença 261–265. You can tour a period apartment inside, but leave time to check out the kooky rooftop, which flaunts multi-colored chimneys as well as a bar in summer. Other Gaudi must-sees in the area include modernist-marvel Casa Batllò, further south at Passeig de Gràcia 43 (go inside or just admire the rainbow-tiled façade), spire-toting Sagrada Familia further east at Carrer de Mallorca 401, and fantastical Parc Güell, a metro or taxi ride north of neighbouring Gràcia.
For a modern art hit, make for Fundació Antoni Tàpies, which showcases work by the famous Catalan abstract artist. Music lovers should immerse themselves in a performance at Palau de la Música Catalana (further south at Carrer de Palau de la Música 4–6), a magnificent modernist concert hall by Lluís Domènech i Montaner.
Whether for personal care, to eliminate toxins or for well-deserved hedonism, guests have access to a dry sauna and steam room as well as a massage room. A wide variety of therapeutic and beauty treatments at the hands of qualified specialists are available in this Barcelona spa hotel.
The swimming pool has the alma or soul of a Japanese onsen and the palette of a Mediterranean sunrise. Idyllic submersion and a relaxing swim to unwind muscles and mind.
The dry sauna and steam room are completed by the contrast showers in the water zone of the Hotel Alma Barcelona spa.
The gym is equipped with a wide range of equipment for daily exercise, including TRX suspension trainers and personal trainer services.
The personalised yoga, chi kung and Pilates services available to guests complete the gym facilities offered at this luxury hotel.
A total of 17 services to cover all needs. Grouped into categories (basic, aesthetic, specific, special and holistic), they include massages and treatments with relaxing, curative, draining, detoxifying, toning or rejuvenating effects. They are also combined with Eastern techniques such as acupuncture, reflexology and Reiki.
The application of Alma oil in some of the treatments enhances the benefits and completes the experience. The chance to end the session savouring a special Alma juice or tea prolongs the moment of pleasure in the hotel spa.
The charming garden of Hotel Alma Barcelona reclaims the urban concept with which Ildefons Cerdà (1815-1876) designed the Eixample district: utilising the interior spaces of each block as a place for socialising and bringing natural light, ventilation and a joy of living to his urban planning.
Designed by architects Nori Furlan and Paco Llonch, the garden is an oasis of carefully cultivated vegetation, slate paving and hardwood benches. More than a simple garden in the centre of Barcelona, it is a shrine to silence, something which surprises visitors when they see the contrast with the surrounding city bustle.
Due to its features, the charming garden space is ideal for private meetings and corporate events at which harmony will be the guest of honour. It is available for private bookings.
On the hotel rooftop, the terrace offers 360-degree views of Barcelona. It has the soul of the wind rose.
Separated into two spaces, one part looks towards the emblematic building of La Pedrera while the other faces the characteristic outline of the Sagrada Familia, both designed by Antoni Gaudí.
These spaces are are ideal for celebrations and other intimate gatherings and are available for private bookings.
The privileged views from this Barcelona hotel terrace add a fantastic perspective to any lively event.
Alma kitchen is an organic concept that evolves with seasons for cooking with the best products.
The garden is a highly valued asset of the hotel, which is why our Barcelona restaurant takes its name. Just as the garden changes with the seasons, the restaurant is also a living organism which connects with the year’s progress. This should be the alma or soul of all seasonal cuisine.
More than a city restaurant with a charming garden, the Jardín del Alma is an oasis, a place to enjoy each dish in uniquely beautiful and harmonious surroundings with no unnecessary distractions for the senses.
The cocktail bar in the garden at the Hotel Alma Barcelona offers much more than what can be poured into a glass. The continuous 12 hour service allows guests to enjoy the garden, an inviting space to savour some delicious tapas, to taste the best coffees and teas in Barcelona, or to drink a special Alma cocktail accompanied by a light snack.
The informal version of Alma cuisine. Classic tapas, creative sandwiches and the best organic juices.
The carefully spaced tables permit peaceful conversation. The candlelit evenings and the chance to eat some classic tapas or creative Alma sandwiches make this space the ideal place to enjoy a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere.
The suggestions offered by the cocktail bar invite guests to try a range of gastronomic delicacies. There is also a small selection of dishes on the menu of three-course meals available during the week.
The Alma breakfast/brunch buffet offers a perfectly balanced combination of excellent quality, unique local produce.
Fresh fruit and juices, traditional breads and cheeses, organic cereals, homemade cakes and French pastries are among the options in this Barcelona brunch. In addition, there are made to order hot dishes on the menu, including pancakes, the Alma ham and cheese toasty or sausage sandwich, hot chocolate with churros, or eggs prepared to taste: fried, scrambled, poached or in an omelette.
Coffee and tea supplied by the long-standing experts of Barcelona: Cafés El Magnífico and Sans & Sans respectively.
Different coffee and tea options have been carefully selected by Barcelona experts and are prepared by our baristas so guests can enjoy the finest infusions for their first beverage of the day.
Cafés El Magnífico (Barcelona coffee importers and roasters since 1919) permanently offer a special blend for the Alma as well as supplying coffees with varying origins depending on which beans have been imported for roasting in their workshop on Vía Laietana.
The Good Box, the Alma breakfast/brunch takeaway.
The extensive gourmet brunch selection is also available as takeaway. The Good Box was created with the guests who have to catch an early-morning flight in mind, but it is a fantastic option for anyone who wishes to have breakfast on the go. Simply order it 30 minutes in advance.
It is delivered with exquisite presentation and choices include French pastries, mini wholegrain baguettes with Iberian cured ham and a selection of Catalan cheeses, energy-giving toast, orange juice, seasonal fruit, a mixture of nuts, select chocolate, and coffee or tea, among other options.