November 12, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Hotel Miramar Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain
Imagine gazing out over beautiful Barcelona, the Mediterranean glistening in the distance, while you bask in the hot tub on your private terrace. At the Hotel Miramar Barcelona, such luxurious living is just another day. Part of LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, this beautiful hotel was originally a palace built in the 1920's, and has been redesigned with a sleek modern style while retaining all the palatial elegance while preserving the original facade of an old palace. The 75 rooms, decorated in pure whites and dark earth tones, provide you with amazing views from the picture windows or private balconies. With plush linens, stand-alone tubs, and all the modern technology you desire, the Hotel Miramar is truly a masterpiece of harmony between classical and modern styles.
Set above the vibrant Las Ramblas district, the Hotel Miramar is just a short trip from amazing sights and eclectic culture. Walk down La Rambla and marvel at the multitude of street performers while shopping for luxury brands. Or stop at La Boqueria, the premier market for fresh foods in Barcelona. Here you can browse for amazing fresh produce and meats, or sit at one of the restaurant stalls and sample some delicious tapas. If you just want a small sample of La Boqueria, try one of the juice stalls for some refreshment before you continue your journey. Stroll through the Gothic Quarter to find some great cafes and marvel at the architecture of the great cathedral. After a long journey return to the hotel to unwind in the spa with a deep tissue massage, or ice water bath. Complete the night with a meal indulging your palate with a menu of Catalan and Mediterranean cuisines, as well as a list of fine European wines to pair with. Or perhaps recline next to the pool and delight in a cocktail from the poolside bar. At the Hotel Miramar, the palatial ambiance may make you feel like royalty, and with such luxurious surroundings you are guaranteed to live like it for the duration of your stay.
Location of Hotel Miramar Barcelona
Nearest Airport: BCN
Amenities for Hotel Miramar Barcelona
- General Information
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- Handicap Accessible Facilities
- Pool Bar
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Pools
- In-Room Amenities
- Complimentary WiFi
- Business Center
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Hotel Miramar Barcelona
We've just got back from a 3 night stay at Hotel Miramar and could not fault it. The hotel itself is beautiful, well looked after and immaculately clean. The staff are amazing - all reception staff are friendly and offer good advice on things to do in Barcelona. Pool area was lovely and inside spa/pool were great. The hotel is a bit out of the way so you will need to use a taxi to get around. However, the tourist sight seeing buses stop right outside the hotel. A special thank you to guest relations for organising cava and chocolates for my birthday - it was much appreciated! Would definitely recommend.
taymaspensley - East Anglia, United Kingdom
I have been in Barcelona numerous times and this is my first time staying at Miramar Hotel. I can only say this hotel is one of the best in the area if not the best if you consider the open space and luck of traffic you get here, and on top of that, it's by the Montjuic a must see destination, don't forget about Tibidabo too.
We stayed in a premium suite and had the corner unit. It was the best view in the city, We could see the port from one side and the city from the other. I would say that if you are not into visiting each and every palace in the city or Europe, this pretty much covers it and you do not have to visit Montjuic. You can still take a cable car (located 5 minutes walking distance from the Hotel), that will take you around the mountain and to the palace. We did not take it as we are more of City experience folks and we have seen enough palaces. Now the best part: When I booked the hotel first, I was horrified that this will be an expensive commute to central areas like La Rambla, Passage de Garcia, Gothic Quarter etc. So basically, each trip costing around 20 EUR one way. However, a big shout-out to my man "Robert" for giving us an overview of how to get around in the city. Montjuic is connected to the Barcelona Metro/Subway system via another train called Funicular (5 minutes walk from the hotel). So all you have to do, is get into the Funicular and you are part of the Metro system, i.e. you can use the same ticket for metro. That was a big win for us, because we already had Ola Barcelona - 3 day Metro Pass. One thing to keep in mind, if you are changing metro lines, be sure to leave some gap in your schedule. We had a 3 year old and a stroller so sometimes, catching the subway and going to places like Gothic Quarter (you need to change the metro line for that) would be around 45 mins. Yupp, going to Montjuic to anywhere around the city will take time, but we think that the amazing views and the hotel experience compensated for it. You can also skip the Funicular and walk downhill yourself to the nearest metro station (~12 minutes). Food wise: I won't rate it at the top. I have had better meals and breakfasts at 4/3 star places. But we usually go for the city experience and eat out, se I did not mind it. The location will make you forget that piece. I will however take 0.5 points away for that (the 4 points overall rating that I am giving, is actually 4.5 points). Hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. Our son really enjoyed the place because of the amazing views (cruise ships, tug-boats etc.). We even went for evening walks around the back of the hotel to catch some really stunning views of the city. You can actually see the entire city from there (i.e. top of Sagrada Familia etc.) Barcelona was the last destination in our trip to Spain. The hotel experience really contributed towards us enjoying the last 3 days instead of feeling depressed because we were nearing the end of our trip.
travels_of_JT - Calgary, Canada
Expected that "little extra" for a 5 star hotel and we spent a lot of money for our honeymoon. Would more say it's a 3-4 star hotel. Couldn't get fresh vegetables for breakfast when we asked for it(!!!) We're vegetarians and there was a lot of meat at the buffĂ©. We had a suite, but no fresh flowers or any other nice details. No good cleaning in our room. Chocolat on the floor for a whole week. Had to ask for fresh wine glasses. Had to ask for new pillows to our balcony chairs, they had suddenly disappeared. Nice and helpfull staff in the reception though!
Kristin O - GĂ¶teborg
We had the most amazing stay at Hotel Miramar Barcelona. We visited for my birthday and there was a bottle of cava waiting on ice for us in the room. The room was gorgeous, just like rest of the hotel, and we had an amazing view over the sea. We arrived from Madrid before check-in time so our room wasn't ready, but the staff was SO friendly and SO helpful. They securely stored our bags and helped us to plan lunch and book tickets for Park Guell until our room was ready. They also helped us to reserve a table at the hotel's restaurant, Forestier, to celebrate my birthday. I'm really disappointed that I can't remember their names; otherwise I would shout them out by name because they were just so wonderful. The only tiny gripe I have is that service to the room was very, very slow -- if they came at all. We had to call for an iron, for more toilet paper, etc., and the iron took at least an hour to be delivered (I had to call twice more) and I eventually had to snag a roll of toilet paper from a maid's cart (sorry!). Other than that, the service was impeccable and our stay was amazing beginning to end. We recommend the hotel to all of our friends traveling to Barcelona. Thank you!