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Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain

Located on the prestigious Passeig de Grācia, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Barcelona is perfectly located for you to explore all of the city’s major attractions. Surrounded by the city’s finest shopping, dining and cultural attractions...and, within walking distance of Las Ramblas and the Gothic Quarter.

With interior decor by leading Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola, our rooms and suites are among the most luxurious in Barcelona, offering views overlooking the Passeig de Grācia or our Mimosa Garden. Serving mouth-watering cuisine and drinks, in immaculately designed surroundings, our bar and restaurants exude enviable culinary style. Designed as a haven of complete serenity, our highly acclaimed spa offers a wide range of holistic treatments and therapies.

Location of Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona

Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona
Passeig de Grācia, 38-40,
Barcelona, Spain

Nearest Airport: BCN

Amenities for Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona

  • Dining
  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa Services
  • In-Room Amenities
  • WiFi
  • Activities
  • Wellness Programs
  • Sightseeing
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Children's Amenities
  • Children's Menus
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Museums
  • Interests
  • Hotels

Reviews for Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

Only stayed here due to a problem with the price on the BA website - got a 3 night stay for a bargain. Room (deluxe garden) was spacious and had everything I needed except a kettle, only an expresso machine, as I don't drink coffee that didn't impress me. Requested a kettle which arrived very quickly but no tea bags despite asking twice. Glad I didn't pay the full room rate! Nevertheless a lovely hotel, in a very central location and good facilities. Lots of cafes and restaurants close by as well as designer shops. Would only return if the price was right!

Alison B - Fleet, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

When you stay in a Mandarin hotel you do wonder how other 5 star hotels fall in to the same category . I often think this hotel chain should demand an upgrade to 6 star status ! Having been fortunate to stay in many Mandarin Oriental hotels I always look forward to planning my next visit . This time it was Barcelona... a lovely exciting city with lots of choice in shopping and dining . I chose on 2 night to dine in the hotel , after all it is the Mandarin and work is paying an allowance :-). All the food we had was prepared and presented to the very highest standard. The entire staff we encountered were all very polite and attentive without being intrusive , I wish other hotels would take note . You must at least try to stay once in a Mandarin Oriental but beware ... they are addictive!

Tom J

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Perfect setting on their rooftop bar to try some of their amazing cocktails! Try the white cosmopolitan. Staff were very helpful and friendly. Nothing was too much trouble! The view over barcelona was beautiful. Thank you very much! :)

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Another perfect stay in one of the Mandarin Orientals hotels! The location is great, the hotel is modern and the service is incredible with very attentive and kind stuff. We stayed several nights together with our 1-year old daughter and we only wished that we could stay more. Special thanks to Emanuele who helped us getting out of the hotel on the crowded 11th of September which is a national day in Barcelona. We wouldn't make it to the airport with our baby without his kind assistance!

Elena K - Stockholm, Sweden

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I travel with a group of art enthusiasts to special cities with unique art history. Madrid and Barcelona were the stops this year, and both cities were indeed magnificent cities to indulge in this passion. These trips are always "high-end", so we expect to stay at top class, and we were not disappointed. We started at the Ritz in Madrid (managed by the Mandarin Oriental Group) followed by the Mandarin Oriental Barcelona. Both were great, but the Mandarin Oriental Barcelona was our favorite, matching some of the other great European hotels we have enjoyed on previous trips. This hotel is very modern in every aspect, the architecture, the room designs, even down to the music playing on the lobby. Normally this would put a group of more "mature" travelers off, but not us. We found the property very functional, if not slightly confusing given the variety of elevator banks. However, we loved our room, with a large living area focused on a glass wall with a long balcony overlooking the local neighborhood. The closet space was spacious and well appointed (although the private safe is poorly located). The bathroom had double sinks with a large tub and rain shower - perfect for us. The public areas of the hotel are attractive and functional, as well. We frequented the Bankers Bar several evenings, and were very pleased with the variety of food and drink, as well as the attentive service. The complimentary breakfast was very special and we started each day there. The main reason for our enthusiasm for the Mandarin Oriental Barcelona was the service. From the moment we checked in until the hotel limousine dropped us at the airport, the staff were engaged and engaging. For example, David took us to our room and he noticed how much my wife admired the Mandarin calendars on the desk - two arrived with a note the next day. Every staff member seemed to know our name and bent over backwards to make us feel at home. My wife and I lived in Asia for 28 years, so we have stayed at Mandarin hotels in many cities. The Mandarin Barcelona lives up to the best of those. Bravo!

LeftGoose - Houston, Texas

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