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Hotel Denit Barcelona 3.5

Gothic Quarter, Barcelona, Spain

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  • Bright rooms with modern decor and cool accents
  • Fun wall illustrations with useful tourist tips throughout
  • Buffet and a la carte options served in inviting breakfast room
  • Great location in the heart of the Gothic Quarter
  • Near a metro stop and airport bus drop point
  • Good rates considering the area
  • Free Wi-Fi


  • "Wet room" shower may not be for everyone
  • No full restaurant
  • No pool or fitness center

Bottom Line

Hotel Denit has an unassuming exterior that belies the stylish spaces found inside. The lobby features sleek modern furnishings and quirky accents (such as a gumball machine and fun wall illustrations of local landmarks) that add a bit of levity to the chic surroundings. This lighthearted vibe continues in the guest rooms, which feature more funky artwork (accompanied by great tips for tourists) and cool hanging lamps that keep the bright white color scheme and minimalist style from looking too austere. Bathrooms are a bit on the small side, but maximize space through the unconventional placement of sinks and other fixtures. Though there is no shortage of style at this trendy hotel, amenities are lacking and some rooms are quite small.

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In the heart of the Gothic Quarter, convenient to all the sights

Map of Hotel Denit Barcelona

Hotel Denit Barcelona is on a tranquil narrow street in the heart of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter. This location makes for both a quiet stay and easy access to all the best sights in Barcelona. In particular, it is just far enough from Las Ramblas to make it accessible without intruding on sleep quality. Guests who wish to explore further out can catch a train at the Urquinaoa metro station, which is within a five-minute walk of the hotel.

Sitting on top of the original Roman settlement, the Gothic Quarter is the center of the old city and one of the largest remaining "Gothic Quarters" in the world. It boasts tons of historic buildings, with everything from the remains of Augustus's ancient temple to Els Quatre Gats, the restored pub that served as a main meeting spot for Modernists at the turn of the century. But perhaps the most visually stunning buildings are the many cathedrals. This is one of the most popular neighborhoods among tourists, and there are tons of restaurants (many al fresco), high-end shops, and specialty shops with local favorite souvenirs such as fans and espadrilles.

  • 19-minute drive from Barcelona El Prat Airport
  • 10-minute walk to Mercat de la Boqueria for shopping
  • 15-minute walk to nightlife of El Born
  • 7-minute drive to El Tablao de Carmen for flamenco dancing
  • 8-minute drive to the Port of Barcelona
  • 10-minute drive to Antoni Gaudí's famously eye-catching Sagrada Família church
  • 10-minute drive to Casa Milá building designed by Antoni Gaudí
  • 11-minute drive to Passeig de Gràcia for high-end shopping and dining
  • 15-minute drive to Camp Nou (FC Barcelona) soccer stadium
  • 16-minute drive to Monestir de Pedralbes, a former monastery that is now a museum
  • 27-minute drive to the Collserola Park, which is the city's largest green space
  • 29-minute drive to Tibidabo for panoramic views of the city and the coastline

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Estruc 24 - 26, Barcelona, Province of Barcelona 08002, Spain


3 (493) 545-4000

Room Types

  • L - Large Room
  • M - Medium Room
  • S - Smalll Room
  • XL - Extra Large Room

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