Cultural break, seaside excursion or hedonistic holiday? A weekend in Barcelona means never having to choose.
Serious sightseers will love centrally located Hotel Omm (its rooftop pool and two restaurants are ideal for post-touring relaxation), while avid shoppers can stay close to the action at the boutiquey SixtyTwo Hotel on Passeig de Gràcia.
Splurge at Hotel Arts (named for its collection of contemporary Spanish art) and you’ll find yourself just a kiss away from the beach. Too cold to swim? Head to The Spa by Six Senses on the top floor for panoramic views of the Med. Or live like a local and make El Palauet luxury apartments your home away from home.
Cal Pep is a well-known tourist destination, but don’t let that put you off: catch-of-the-day tapas are worth the wait. Alternatively, try Passadís del Pep, a joint with no set menu but several courses of fresh seafood selected by the chef from the market that morning.
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