La Rambla, 109 08002 Barcelona − Spain
+34 93 552 95 52
Fax: +34 93 552 95 50
Discover a true treasure. Located in the heart of Barcelona, H1898 was once home to the Philippines Tobacco Company. The structure was built in 1891 by Architect Josep Oriol Mestres. 125 years later, Núñez i Navarro restored the building, preserving its historical splendor and transforming it into the modern-day Hotel 1898. This unique colonial-style structure features exclusive 19th century architectural elements and exudes a special personality that brings the best of Barcelona to each and every one of its guests.
Staying at Hotel 1898 gives you the opportunity to relax and engage in leisure activities right in the city center. Making the most of the unique architecture of a historical building, H1898 grants guests access to a covered, heated pool, spectacular panoramic views of the city, and the best of classic cinema, all within an atmosphere of total luxury.
Enjoy one of Barcelona’s finest and most complete breakfast buffets: choose from house-made pastries and baked goods, fresh seasonal fruit, unique sandwiches, salads, and local cheese, hot dishes (scrambled eggs, sausage, sautéed mushrooms, etc.), as well as a wide selection of breads and dried fruit, coffees, teas, hot chocolate, cava, wine and soft drinks. The hotel also provides a wide variety of special items suitable for diabetic, gluten-free and vegetarian diets.
Located in the hotel lobby, with direct access to Pintor Fortuny street, this colonial-style bar is an ideal meeting place: its unbeatable location, luxurious comfort, and sophisticated atmosphere make it a great place to meet. Enjoy the drinks and tapas of the extensive menu after taking a pleasant walk through the streets of Barcelona’s old city.
La Isabela Terrace
H1898’s roof terrace takes its name from one of the most beautiful islands in the Philippines. From this oasis of peace in the center of Barcelona, you can take in the spectacular city skyline any time of the day, while soaking up the sun in the luxurious lounge furniture, trying out the exquisite house-made tapas or delighting in the hotel original cocktails… all while listening to the best music and enjoying the city’s special metropolitan atmosphere. In the summer months, it’s undeniably the best breakfast in town.
Pool and Terrace
H1898 features a heated pool, open year-round. Hidden away on the 7th floor of H1898, the pool feels rather removed from the busy hubbub of the city center it’s nestled in. Indulge in the fabulous panoramic views, chill-out music, and total comfort of the hotel facilities.
Business Center and Library
The first floor is home to Hotel 1898’s Business Center and Library. A calm, quiet space, infused with natural light, this area is great for reading or getting your work done. Here, you’ll find: Free Internet access, 24 hours a day. 2 PCs, 2 Macs, and 2 printers. Library with a great selection of books and daily press.
Enjoy the highlights of classic cinema while lounging in the hotel lobby after a long day of shopping or sightseeing in the city.
Meetings and Events
You can host business meetings, training sessions, company dinners, or family celebrations right in the center of Barcelona; Hotel 1898 supplies the facilities, brings the experience, and takes care of all the services and finishing touches necessary to guarantee your event total success.
The hotel offers five meeting rooms fully equipped with cutting-edge technologies, and seven colonial-style offices ideal for small meetings or special events. The Groups and Events department will be happy to guide you through the process, offering impeccable personalized service.
Below you can see the different room types we have to offer, if you mark the ones you like we will be happy to send you a quotation for the dates when you would like to come
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Hotel 1898. 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
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Hotel 1898. 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.
Hotel 1898 is located at 109 Las Ramblas, between Pintor Fortuny and Xuclà streets, right in the heart of Barcelona. Its privileged location, in the city center, just steps away from Plaza Catalunya, grants guests easy access to all of the city’s modes of transportation.
Latitude - North (N) 41º 23' 1.3200" (+41.383611) / Longitude - East (E) 2º 10' 15.9600" (+2.171111)
To and from H1898
Metro: The Catalunya metro stop sits just 200 meters from the hotel. Bus: All of city’s major bus lines stop at Plaza Catalunya. Tourist Bus: The tourist bus stops in Plaza Catalunya. Regional and national RENFE trains: Routes on both train networks depart and arrive at the Plaza Catalunya station.
Barcelona El Prat Airport (BCN)
Aerobus: The Aerobus leaves stations every ten minutes. It’s quick and comfortable, with ample room for baggage. The trip takes 20-30 minutes and costs €5.30 per person. The Plaza Catalunya is just 200 meters from the hotel. Taxi: You’ll find taxis outside each airport terminal. The ride to the hotel takes about 20-25 minutes and should cost €30-40. Train + metro: The train leaves the airport station every ten minutes and takes 35 minutes to the Passeig de Gracia stop. There, you can take the metro (Line 3) to Plaza Catalunya. The hotel is just 200 meters from the Rambla exit.
Girona - Costa Brava Airport (GRO)
The Girona Airport bus will take you straight to Barcelona’s Nord Station. From there, take the metro (Line 1) at the Arc de Triomf stop (just opposite the bus station). Get off at the Catalunya stop; the hotel is just 200 meters away.
Reus Airport (REU)
The Reus airport bus will take you straight to Sants Station. Once there, take the metro (Line 3) to the Catalunya stop. The hotel is just 200 meters from the station exit.
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