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Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain

Located on the prestigious Passeig de Grcia, 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 Grcia 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 Grcia, 38-40,
08007
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

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Excellent and helpful reception, concierge and bar. Great restaurant with excellent service food and wine. Great location ....for walking and travelling around city. Numerous excellent bars and restaurants close by.

Pacer2359 - London, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Free upgrade suite Late check out (7:00 pm) Excellent service Excellent location Complementary food and beverages Clean rooms and bathrooms يوفرون لك سجادة صلاة ومصحف والحمامات فيها ( دش الماء ) لقضاء الحاجة

M_A_alshamsi - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates


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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Every aspect of this hotel is mediocre. The lobby is shabby,the hallways with the glass partitions look like a prison. Nothing about this hotel smacks of luxury except for the price. My room was very small and narrow decorated in IKEA style furniture that was chipped. The bathroom was dark and dreary with nary a light, no soap holder. Instead they had a Parsons table for soap etc. Not a single electric outlet could hold a converter. and the icing on the cake no pun intended was the fact that there were 4 cookies uncovered left in my room on day one and remained there for 4 days. Highly unsanitary i will say. To sum this up i will say that any reviewers who gave this 5 Star have never stayed in a 5 Star hotel or have very low standards.

helenes182018 - New York City, New York


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It was a girls birthday trip for three lifelong friends. Barcelona is the chosen city. Dreams of shopping, art and pure luxury dancing in our minds. What an awakening upon checking into our hotel. Our rooms were not ready and we were offered breakfast. Of course, there was a 40 Euro charge, which included no bananas, no chef station, powdered eggs and awful coffee/expresso/cappuccino. When we were finally ushered into our deluxe, garden room at a questionable rate of over 500Euro per night, it was neither garden view nor deluxe. But rather, dirty, dark and as far away from 5 star as you can get. To be specific, the area rug was dirty, mold crept around the bottom of the shower and lighting was minimal. The windows had an interesting bar effect, which I quickly realized was protection from intruders from the tenement housing backing up to the hotel. Public hallways were dirty, especially the carpets. The Blanc restaurant was closed for renovations. The lobby was uninviting and uncomfortable. The concierge was constantly on the phone and had absolutely no knowledge of Barcelona. There were no brochures, Time Out or anything in the hotel or room enticing us to see Barcelona. The bar area was unremarkable and the bartender did not know how to make Sangria! Oh but I forgot, “Barcelona is not Spain!” as was told to us over and over again by hotel employees. To make matters worse, a child was running loudly around the bar and knocking into our chairs at midnight while his parents sat by and did nothing. We questioned the staff and they said there was nothing they could do! Our conclusion was that CHILD SERVICES does not exist in Barcelona! The doormen posted in front of the hotel reverted to their cell phones when we asked for directions to El National, a half block from the hotel. A hotel of this caliber was staffed with “children” who did not make it through “hotel 101.” I would NOT RECOMMEND this hotel to anyone. Our disappointment in every aspect of this hotel was overwhelming.

bytheseaswim - New York City, New York


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Three of us decided to stay at the Mandarin Oriental in Barcelona to celebrate a special birthday. The hotel was very pricey and fell below our expectations. The rooms at roughly 500 a night were sub-par and badly in need of renovation. They faced what looked like tenements with clothes hanging from clotheslines. There was no literature in the room for tourists as to what high spots of Barcelona to take in. Some of the staff seemed inexperienced as if they had just been hired. The bar which was quite nice had children running around as late as 11:30 in the evening. When we arrived at the hotel we expected what is typical of the chain but our stay at the hotel was very disappointing. Certainly did not justify the highly priced poor accommodations


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