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In the L'Eixample district, walking distance from shops and tourist attractions
Confortel Auditori is located in the modernist maze of L'Eixample. This central section of Barcelona is home to the city's best examples of modernist architecture, including the Casa Milá building and Sagrada Família church that were both designed by Antoni Gaudí. In addition to its eccentric architecture, this district is known for a vibrant nightlife scene, with many trendy bars and clubs found here, especially in the gay section that is popularly known as Gayxample.
Barcelona is an eclectic city that is renowned for its historic and remarkable architecture, vibrant club scene, and urban beaches along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. The capital of the Catalan region, Barcelona speaks its own language -- literally and figuratively. Known for a frenetic pace, the city is full of modernist architecture, medieval history, quirky fashion, and endless tapas bars.
The Cram hotel is chic and colorful, with more style than a lot of competing properties. The white circular halls that run the height of the hotel and the sleek furnishings in bright hues of red and orange make for a modern-retro vibe. Cram offers several options for cocktails and cuisine -- the rooftop Anemos Terrace Bar that overlooks the pool area and features gorgeous city views, the funky Mareva Cocktail Bar, and the trendy Catalonian restaurant Gaig. They are a definite perk, as is the hotel's central location. However, the rooms are on the small side and the bathrooms are a bit plain.
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