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Barcelona is a very popular gay destination. This is because Barcelona has much to offer in both summer and winter. In addition Barcelona has a vast selection of museums and interesting (historic) buildings. Barcelona also has a lovely beach and an active gay scene in the center of Barcelona. The gay scene is near the Eixample district, an area close to Placa Catalunya, in the triangle between metro stations Universitat, Urgell and Hospital Clinic. In addition there are several gay venues in the districts of Sant Antoni and Poble-sec.

HOTELS FOR GAYS IN BARCELONA

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Axel Hotel Barcelona

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TWO Hotel Barcelona

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TWO Hotel Barcelona by Axel sits in the Eixample district of Barcelona, known for its grid-like streets and modernist architecture. This area is central, making it easy for you to access various parts of the city. The hotel is about a 10-minute walk from the Universitat metro station, connecting you efficiently to other city areas. One of the key attractions near TWO Hotel Barcelona is the famo
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Ako Suites Hotel Barcelona

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Ako Suites Hotel in Barcelona, Spain, offers a comfortable stay in the city. The hotel stands in the Eixample district, known for its grid-pattern streets and modernist architecture. This central location places you close to various tourist attractions. You can reach the famous La Rambla, a popular street with shops and cafes, in about 15 minutes on foot. Similarly, Passeig de Gràcia, renowned fo
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Barcelo Raval

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Barcelo Raval, a hotel in Barcelona, Spain, stands in the Raval neighborhood, a central part of the city known for its cultural diversity and artistic flair. This location places you close to several key tourist attractions. The famous Las Ramblas, a bustling street with shops and restaurants, is just a 10-minute walk away. You can also easily reach the Gothic Quarter, renowned for its historical
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Hotel Market

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Hotel Market is located in Sant Antoni in Barcelona. The hotel has almost fifty rooms which are spacious, clean and tastefully decorated. In addition, each room has air conditioning and free wireless internet. From Hotel Market you can walk in 10 to 15 minutes to Plaça de Catalunya and the port of Barcelona. Near Hotel Market there are several gay venues, but not as much as in the Eixample distri
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Hotel Cram

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Hotel Cram, located in Barcelona, Spain, stands in the Eixample district. This area is well-known for its grid pattern and modernist architecture. The hotel is close to several tourist attractions. You can easily reach Passeig de Gràcia, a major avenue known for shopping and architecture, within a 10-minute walk. La Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's iconic church, is just 2 kilometers away. Regarding f
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Hotel Neri

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Hotel Neri, located in the heart of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, offers a unique experience for travelers. This hotel sits amid narrow medieval streets, blending history with modern comfort. You'll find it just a few steps from the iconic Barcelona Cathedral, making it an ideal base for exploring the city's rich heritage. The hotel provides essential facilities to enhance your stay. You have acc
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Hotel SB Diagonal Zero

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Hotel SB Diagonal Zero in Barcelona, Spain, offers you a comfortable and convenient stay. This hotel stands in the Sant Martí district, near the city's beaches. It's an ideal spot for exploring local attractions and enjoying Barcelona's atmosphere. The hotel boasts several key facilities. You have access to a spa and wellness center, perfect for relaxation. For fitness enthusiasts, a modern gy
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Olivia Balmes Hotel

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The Olivia Balmes Hotel stands in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Spain. This location places you in a central area, well-connected to various parts of the city. Notably, the hotel is a short walk from Passeig de Gràcia, a famous avenue known for its shopping and architecture, including works by Antoni Gaudí like Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. The hotel offers several facilities to enhance
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Catalonia Gran Via BCN

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Catalonia Gran Via BCN, located in the heart of Barcelona, offers you a convenient and comfortable stay. This hotel sits on Gran Via, one of the city's central streets, making it easy for you to access various parts of Barcelona. You will find it near Plaza Catalunya, a central hub that connects you to many of Barcelona's key attractions. The hotel boasts essential facilities to enhance your st

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  • Why travel to Barcelona?
  • Barcelona is a bustling metropolis in the northeastern corner of Spain. The city, located on the Mediterranean coast, is known for its vibrant nightlife, historic architecture, and picturesque beaches. Just over an hour away from the popular seaside resort of Costa Brava, Barcelona has something to offer everyone.
    The city is known around the world as a leader of gay rights and is home to some of the most famous LGBT landmarks. Thanks to the fact that it is both a city and a region, there is no shortage of gay-friendly hotels, restaurants, clubs, and bars.

  • What are the most important holidays & closing days?
  • Aside from regular holidays such as Christmas and New Year’s Eve, the La Mercè festival is one of the public holidays you shouldn’t miss. The Festival of La Mercè is the largest and most colourful festival in Barcelona. It is celebrated on September 24th and 25th and includes the crowning of the Catalan capital’s ‘Reina de la Mercè,’ which is Queen of the Festival.
    This gives Barcelona’s local LGBT+ community a chance to celebrate their unique culture and enhance their public visibility. The festival is also accompanied by other activities such as the ‘Ball de Bastons,’ ‘Ball de Diables,’ and ‘Ball de Disfresses.’

  • What is the best time to travel to Mar Bella Beach?
  • The best time to travel to Mar Bella Beach is during the summer when the nights are warm, and the weather is sunny. The best part about travelling to Mar Bella Beach in the summer is that you can go swimming in the sea and in swimming pools. The seawater is warm, and the swimming pools are not too cold, and they are very refreshing.

  • Is it easy to use public transport in Barcelona, Spain?
  • Public transport in Barcelona is among the best in Europe. The city has a centralised bus, train, and metro network (TMB) that goes to all corners of Barcelona and is clean, efficient, and easy to use. The city is also served by numerous suburban bus and train lines, plus two different metro systems. The main metro and train stations are Placa Catalunya, Escola Universitaria and Estacio de Franca.
    Overall, you can get to most places in Barcelona on public transport, but some parts of the city are better served than others.

  • How do I get from the airport to my hotel?
  • There are many ways to get from the airport to Barcelona, but the easiest is to take the bus into the city (the R2 B2 airport bus) and then the metro (line 3) to the hotel. The airport bus is the cheapest and most accessible public transportation in Barcelona. It leaves every ten minutes and is accessible to those with disabilities. The bus ride will take you past La Rambla, the main road of the city, and 20 minutes to the Sants station, which is where the metro is located. If you’re travelling in a group, a taxi is a great way to get to your destination. Unlike in the U.S., a taxi in Barcelona will cost approximately $25 per car.
    If you are planning to visit Barcelona, you might have thought about staying at a hotel, but have you ever thought of staying at an apartment. It is not only cheaper than staying at a hotel but also it is much more convenient. If you are travelling on your own, staying at an apartment is a perfect choice because you can cook your own meals, wash your own laundry, and even do your own cleaning.

  • What are the main attractions of Barcelona, Spain?
  • One of the best parts of visiting Barcelona is exploring all its neighborhoods and all the hidden gems within them. From el Gotic to Born and El Raval, the neighborhoods of Barcelona are each unique and bursting with things to do, and the vibrant and fun-loving culture of the city lends itself perfectly to an active vacation. Barcelona has something for everyone whether you’re interested in architecture, art, cultural history, the nightlife, or the beach.

  • Which museums can I visit in Barcelona, Spain?
  • Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in Europe, and it attracts millions of visitors each year. It’s got plenty of sightseeing spots to visit, but one of the best and most unique is the Museu Picasso. This museum features an incredible collection of over 90,000 of Picasso’s works, including some of his most well-known paintings.
    Another popular museum is La Catedral de Barcelona, a major religious building that features an incredible Gothic style, which is why Barcelona’s the most popular tourist attraction.

  • In which area in Barcelona can you can find most bars & restaurants?
  • In most people’s minds, Barcelona is a city that has a lot of bars and restaurants. But when you ask a local, the people of Barcelona, you will get a different answer. There is a location in Barcelona that has the most bars and restaurants in the city. The location is called “Poble Sec” (Catalan for “Dry Town”). It is located in the center of Barcelona. It is a unique location.

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