The Ohla Eixample is an exceptionally well run boutique hotel with exceptional personal service. The initial greeting is warm while the glass of cava they hand you is properly chilled. They are at your service. The room is contemporary chic and comfortable. The restaurant serves very fine cuisine. A great overall experience. We look forward to returning.
Traveller from Denver, CO
Located in Dreta de l'Eixample, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Palau Robert Home and Casa Mila. Casa Batllo …More
"Great location, ideal family room, friendly staff,"
We stayed here for 3 nights, as our first family break with our 3 year old son, and it really was a great choice. The rooms are like small suites, so our son had a separate sleeping area which was ideal. The rooms were lovely, and we had everything we needed.
The staff were great and made us very welcome, thank you.
The hotel is in a great location, with plenty of cafes nearby for coffee and breakfast. We choose to not eat breakfast at the hotel as it was rather expensive, but there are so many cafes nearby we had plenty of choice.
There is extensive public transport in Barcelona, but we found we could either walk, or used a taxi which were not expensive.
We had a really great break, and we would definitely recommend the Jazz to other people.
Traveller from C
Built in 2004, this chic contemporary hotel lies in Barcelona's popular Golden Triangle district, situated 200 metres from La …More
"Great location, friendly staff and a lovely room"
Spent 5 nights here and wou,d definitely return. Large room with a really comfortable bed and a pillow menu! Bottled water provided in the room daily and a paper bag of the essential toiletries on arrival, together with tea and coffee. Jars of sweets in reception for guests to help themselves and a great bar and restaurant area which we went to most days.
Rooftop pool and lounger area available but due to rain we didn't get to use this.
The great staff is what really makes this place and they cannot do enough for you.
Traveller from West Yorkshire
Located in Downtown Barcelona, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Hospital Clinic, Casa Batllo, and Casa Mila. Placa de …More
The apartment itself is spacious, modern and well-appointed; kitchenette has plenty of utensils etc. so it was easy to prepare small meals during our stay. Comfortable bed + pillows. Prior to arrival there was great communication with staff via email. It was also nice to have reception on-site. Great central location! Close to Passeig de Gracia which has lots of shopping & Gaudi sites like Casa Batllo & Casa Mila. A 20min walk to the Gothic Quarter and El Born. We liked being able to access tourist sites without staying in the busy tourist areas. Overall, a great stay!!
- Check-in was quite slow, and even though we arrived a day after our first booked/paid night (due to flight delays), on arrival the staff said our room wasn't ready. There was also construction going on in the room next door; it would have been nice to know this beforehand since it was pretty loud.
- Room/bathroom were clean, but there were some pretty dusty surfaces (eg. bedside stands). This might not bother some people but since I have allergies I had an immediate reaction.
- We booked a 5 night stay and needed refills for soap (1 small bar between hands/shower provided) and toilet paper (a couple rolls provided); staff begrundgingly replaced it when we asked but mentioned that they don't typically do so...(even though the website lists free toiletries?)
- Noisy courtyard, so parties/conferences could be heard most nights. We didn't mind but just an FYI for those who want a quieter setting!
Located in Downtown Barcelona, this hostal is steps from Casa Amatller and Casa Batllo. Palau de la Musica Catalana and Casa …More
The Eixample suburb was created 1860–1920 and consequently holds the city’s finest Modernist buildings. The Passeig de Gràcia is the main artery, its wide pavements lined with designer shops and chic cafes. It is also home to Gaudí’s two fairy-tale masterpieces, Casa Batlló and La Pedrera, plus many other architectural gems. The undoubted star of the Eixample is La Sagrada Familia, Gaudí’s fabulous unfinished emblematic church.