Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain
Located on the prestigious Passeig de GrÓcia, 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 GrÓcia 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
Passeig de GrÓcia, 38-40, , 08007 , Barcelona, Spain
Nearest Airport: BCN
Amenities for Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- In-Room Amenities
- Wellness Programs
- Children's Amenities
- Children's Menus
- Historic Sites
Reviews for Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona
Just spent four nights at the Mandarin Barcelona with our family of 4 including two teenagers. The hotel is fabulous, common areas are great, there is a nice terrace area to sit outside which was not officially opened yet but the hotel staff allowed us to spend time there relaxing at the end of the day. The hotel is in a perfect central location and walking distance to everything in Barcelona, we walked everywhere. Concierges all helpful with dinner reservations, and any other questions. Great breakfast buffet in an open airy room. The only down side of this hotel is that the rooms are really VERY small. There is not adequate space to unpack thus we were living out of our suitcases for 4 days. The bathrooms are also tiny and the showers are sort of tucked in to the bathroom with no shower door, they are a part of the bathroom. There is a single sink with not a lot of counter space. Since we were barely spending time in the rooms ( we were out exploring all day) it did not impact our stay however I think it is important to note that these rooms are really tiny and particularly so for this class of hotel. If you do not like small rooms or if you are planning a longer stay I might recommend exploring other options
LisaNYC848 - New York City, New York
A beautiful modern hotel at the best location possible in Barcelona. The staff was exceptional. I have never been more satisfied with a concierge staff than at this hotel. The rest of the staff was also quite remarkable. And they make a great Martini. I will definitely stay there again when I return to Barcelona.
V6404HFfredd - New York,
We stayed in the hotel for 3 nights with my fianc├ę. We definitely travel a lot and always stay in 5* hotels, but this time we were nicely surprised. The hotel offered us more than great travel guides that showed us around the city and nicest restaurants except Assunta Madre, there were always concierges willing to assist us, find a taxi or carry the things. Moreover, the design of spacious rooms is very nice and modern + the hotel smelled so good! We were very glad with the room service and breakfast, offering variety of fresh food and local goods. About the spa we were very happy as well, had one of the greatest massages just the ladies tried to sell us too many things probably seeing that we were having many procedures :) . The swimming pool is very suitable for swimming and exercising just we missed the jacuzzi. Thank you, we will definitely come back whenever we are in Barcelona again.
Location: 5/5 Conveniently located on the major shopping street Passeig de Garcia, I can't think of a better place as the base of my 3 day stay in Barcelona. I was tossing between MO and W- then I thought since it's not gonna be beach season, I'd stay closer to the city. It is within walking distance to just about all major sites: 5 mins walk to both Casa Batllo and Casa Mila, 10 mins to La Rambla and Gothic quarter, an easy 30 min walk to La Sagrada Familia. First Impression: 4/5 Understated. The main entrance blends in well with the neighboring building-one can quite easily miss the place if not looking for it. It's sandwiched between Tiffany and Brioni. I loved we had to cross a bridge-like walkway through the atrium to get to the main area of the hotel. I thought they could add some water feature in the atrium but my partner thought it was perfect. Front desk services: 5/5 The bellboys efficiently and discreetly handled out luggage on our arrival. Check-in was simply a hoot. The girls at the front desk were a gem. We were treated first with tea, but as soon as they found out it was our anniversary, there was free flow of bubbly. Front desk was apologetic about not being able to give us an upgrade to a suite as part of my VIP status- I sorta gathered it as soon as I found out FC Barcelona was playing Paris SG that day-but did make sure all my other requests, including a Passeig de Gracia facing room with a balcony, are met. We were personally escorted up to our room by one of the staff members and had a little tour of the property. Room: 4.5/5 We stayed in a Mandarin Room facing Passeig de Gracia on the 3rd floor. I believe it was in the newly renovated wing where they host most of suites. I loved the high ceiling and the understated luxury. The room size was decent, not crowded at all for two grown men. The balcony is lovely as we very often just stood there and watch the world go by. We actually could easily see Casa Batllo from our balcony! The room was decorated in a demure/dark tone. The bed was heavenly. The only bone to pick is the lack of bathtub, as both my partner and I love a nice bath. House keeping/amenities: 5/5 I am not sure how many times they service the room a day but it seems like there was always something to surprise us every time we returned from our adventures in the city. Hats off to the housekeeping for putting up with messy people like us. Every time we left the room, even just to duck out for a quick walk around the block, they managed to fold and put away all our clothes nicely and bring some little treat. There was a new bottle of bubbly every night after turndown. After dinner on the first night, we returned to the room to find a bed adorned with a heart made of rose petals-my partner and I both thought it was over the top but loved that Hollywood moment. Love the Acqua Di Parma amenities. Other services 5/5 Breakfast was simply delightful @ Bistreau. We both loved the natural light. The pastry was to die for. I was particularly impressed with the Mediterranean/Middle Eastern flavor of bread, dips, and stewed chicken. Banker's bar had the right vibes at night for us to wind down. Love the Peruvian/Japanese fusion bar food. Moments was simply amazing. We had the tasting menu and my partner had matching wine. It was truly a gastronomic trip around the world. Overall: 5/5 It was a delightful stay and the best way to celebrate our anniversary. I loved the attention to details and how everyone seemed genuinely happy and proud of what they were doing. This property deserves its MO label. My partner and I are already talking about starting a tradition of going back for our anniversary every year.
Versican3 - Sydney, Australia
Best choice while visiting and shopping in Barcelona. Perfect also for business trips an family escapes. Pity restaurant is not so good offering international dishes instead of local food, meanwhile many excellent places can be found just steps away. Also pity there is not outdoor terrace swimming pool. Cocktail Bar decorate with antiques safe boxes, as Bank previously located in there is unusual but very nice. Good finger food and lar selection of beverages on that cosy and nice place.
philippe386 - Lausanne, Switzerland