Valued as excellent by 95% of its clients, the hotel has an unbeatable location in the Gothic Quarter, next to the Cathedral, Plaza Catalunya and Ramblas.
The Barcelona Catedral Hotel is modern and comfortable, re-decorated in 2014, has all the amenities of a boutique hotel, a swimming pool, gym, chill out terrace, parking, free bicycles, business center, free wifi and meeting room.
Its restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine, à la carte, lunch menu, banqueting, cocktails, catering. A spectacular outdoor terrace is the perfect place for events and celebrations.
Cultural activities: Every Wednesday night and Sunday morning, the hotel proposes complimentary walks through the Gothic quarter; Legends and Secrets. Gastronomic activities: Cooking lessons, Wine tasting dinner and Cooking Team Building for companies and incentives.
Restaurant, bar and chill out - Located at the ground floor of the hotel, the Restaurant-Terrace has indoors and outdoors areas, terrace and bar. The bar and chill-out area are open everyday from 7.30AM to 11PM, so you can have a drink or snack in a privileged and relaxed atmosphere.
Solarium, pool and gymnasium - Something that you could not miss in this hotel is a space reserved to wellness, where health and relax combine perfectly. Located at the upper level of the hotel, don’t miss the opportunity to bring welll-being to your body and mind… Jump in the swimming-pool and enjoy Barcelona’s sun in the terrace.
Moreover, keeping in shape in the hotel gym it’s really easy. If you don’t want to do it on your own, the hotel offers you the service of a personal trainer.
Business Center - At the hall of the hotel, you will find an area with computers for the guests to use. Free Internet access with a fast connection and the feeling of being in your own office.
Free Wi-Fi - Barcelona Catedral Hotel has a modern and complete Wi-Fi connection. This allows you to connect to Internet from anywhere in the building with a fast and wireless connection. You will be able to access the net from your own laptop anywhere you like. From your room, the restaurant, bar or from any of the terraces of the hotel, anywhere in the building. The most advanced technology at your fingertips for a fast access to the information you need.
Parking - The hotel has a closed car park with special rates for its guests. Parking spaces are limited so it is recommended making the reservation in advance. Also, the hotel has a special agreement with the Catedral parking Saba, please ask to the reception.
Accessibility - The Barcelona Catedral Hotel is completely adapted to the needs of people with reduced mobility. The main entrance has no level difference in either eight or drop and inside the hotel there are no architectonical barriers. The swimming pool offers a mechanical elevator to avoid any steps and all rooms finishing in number 18 are completely adapted.
Walks Ciutat Vella - To be familiar with a city you should know about its history, uncover legends and secrets passed generation to generation and outbound the typical tourist circuits or include additional information to those.
Cooking lessons - Guests for dinner and don’t know what to give them? The Barcelona Catedral Hotel has thought of that and on the first Wednesday of every month – from 7.30PM to 10PM – helps you to prepare an easy and surprising menu so you can delight your family or friends. Don’t delay it any further!
Barcelona Catedral Sensations - The hotel staff will take care of you with relaxing and therapeutic massages, in your room or in the swimming pool area, combining massage, aroma, colors and music.
Bicycles - The Barcelona Catedral Hotel wants to help you keep in shape and enjoy freedom of movement. That’s why the hotel has placed up to 6 bicycles at the guests’ disposal, free of charge and subject to availability. Ask about them at the reception desk.
Wine tasting - The hotel will introduce you to the world of wine accompanied by Joan Fornells, the specialized sommelier. He will reveal to you the differences between cava and champagne and will help you to recognize the flavor and the essence of a variety of wines and what is getting trendy. An unique experience to share.
Shopping in Barcelona - If you enjoy going shopping, you’ll simply love Barcelona. Because tourism in Barcelona is synonymous with discovering a city that boasts the most important commercial hub in Europe. Five kilometres of shops comprise the well-known Barcelona Shopping Line, that starts at Port Vell, Raval, the Rambla and Gothic Quarter, crosses Plaza Catalunya, continues along Paseo de Gracia and Rambla de Catalunya (authentic arteries of the Eixample) and ends at Avenida Diagonal. You will encounter both modern and traditional shops that keep their old-time charm, where you can find fashion, decorations, antiques and art. In short, Barcelona offers the perfect blend of commerce, architecture and culture.
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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 Hotel Barcelona Catedral. 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.
c/ dels Capellans, 4 08002 Barcelona − Spain
+ 34 93 304 22 55
Fax: + 34 93 304 23 66
The Hotel Barcelona Catedral is located in Ciutat Vella, at the best and quiet location from the Gothic Cartier, next to the Cathedral and Via Laietana. From the Barcelona Airport the approximated travel time are 30 minutes.
By taxi the approximate cost is 30 to 35 €. By train the approximate cost is 4 €.
The approximate cost is 6 €. The closest Airport Bus stop (lines A1 and A2) is Plaza Catalunya, just in front of the commercial centre of El Corte ingles (final and beginning of line) this service works every day with a frequency of 5 minutes.
If you reach Barcelona via Diagonal Avenue, turn and drive along Pau Claris Street, that after Urquinao na Square will be renamed as Via Laietana. Turn on the first possibility to your right at Magdalenas road and follow it until the end of the street, turn on your left at Ripoll Road, an you will arrive at Sagristans Street. To get into the parking of the Hotel and to the reserved area you are allowed to turn right.
If you reach Barcelona from the North via Ronda Litoral, use exit number 22 and pass through Via Laietana, once you are in Urquinaona Square turn left in order to change direction and get in Via Laietana.
If you reach Barcelona from the Airport via Ronda Litoral, use exit number 21, Passeig Colom, and turn left at Plaça Pla de Palau to get in Via Laietana (drive until Urquinaona square to change direction).
The Portal de l’Angel and Cathedral Square access is allowed only from Monday to Saturday from 3 pm till 5 pm, and 8: 30 pm till 11 am. Sunday from 9pm till 9 am. During the rest of the day the only possible access is by Ripoll Street: you may stop at the reserved hotel street parking of the hotel (a maximum of 10 minutes is allowed).
With a Parisian decor serves Mediterranean cuisine in large rooms or terrace overlooking the cathedral.
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Open daily from 07:00 to 01:30
Av. de la Catedral, 6, 08002 - Barcelona, Spain
Phone: +34 93 310 4553
Official Website: http://www.tavernadelbisbe.com/home.htm
In the meeting rooms the hotel can organize banquets, brunches, cocktails, snacks, etc. Remember that the hotel caters for all dietary needs.
Take advantage of the meeting's deal, which includes room hire, basic audio-visual equipment, free wifi, coffee break and business meal.
All the rooms include: mineral water, screen, flip chart, notepads and pens and wifi. In addition, the hotel also has a special agreement with photocopying Work Center at Plaza Urquinaona.
Gothic Quarter and Cathedral
The Gothic Quarter is the real heart of Barcelona, core of the medieval city which, until the middle of the19th century, was surrounded by walls. Once we cross the labyrinth of old streets we arrive at the Cathedral, the origin of which goes back to the 13th century.
Close by, in Plaza del Rey we can visit Gothic buildings such as the Palau Reial Major, Saló del Tinell, Capella de Santa Ágata and Palau del Lloctinent. In the plaza we can also find the Barcelona City History Museum.
In Plaza Sant Jaume we can find the Town Hall and Palau de la Generalitat, seat of the Autonomous Government of Catalunya. In the Gothic Quarter we also find the Call, the old Jewish district in Medieval times.
In Plaza del Pi and along Calle Petritxol, the most historic shops exhibit all their charm, without forgetting streets such as Ferran, Portaferrissa and, in particular, Portal de l’Àngel, exponent of the city’s commercial vitality that links the historic centre to Plaza Catalunya.
Barcelona and Pablo Picasso have been closely linked since the artist chose the Catalonian capital as the starting point for his artistic adventure. The city houses the most important collection of Picasso’s early works (from 1895 to 1904).
The Picasso Museum is located on Calle Montcada, just 10 minutes walking distance from the Barcelona Catedral Hotel.
The Rambla is a living, breathing spectacle of well-deserved world fame. It starts at Plaza de Catalunya and continues towards the Mirador de Colón, on the harbour, and past shops, cafés, the Palau de la Virreina, the Boqueria market, the Gran Teatre del Liceu and Plaza Real.
To the right of the Rambla is the Raval, where the Barcelona Contemporary Culture Centre (CCCB) and the Contemporary Art Museum (MACBA) are located. Highlights include the Palau Güell, designed by Antoni Gaudí, and Betlem Church, one of the city’s few examples of Baroque architecture.
Modernism and Gaudí
Barcelona is one the world capitals of Modernism. Between the end of the 19th century and start of the 20th century, the city underwent a modernizing process that affected its urban development and artwork.
Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926), one of the most representative architects at the time, was the author of famous creations such as the Sagrada Família (Holy Family), Casa Batlló, La Pedrera or Parque Güell, 20 hectares of parkland located in the higher part of the city, where there are no straight lines. Everything is wavy, twisted and winding, creating a magical atmosphere with spectacular views of the city.
Five minutes walking distance from the Hotel is the Palau de la Música Catalana, one of the largest concert halls in the world. Lluís Domènech Montaner was responsible for creating this majestic modernist building. The spectacular natural light that floods the interior filters through a splendid glass dome.