Luxury Apartments You Can Rent in the Heart of Barcelona

May 15, 2018

Barcelona, the capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is home to over 1.6 million people and some of the richest culture in the world. Notorious for its art, history, and otherworldly architecture, tourists never run out of things to see. 

Whether you’re into scenic parks, centuries-old churches, or urban nightlife, there’s something for everyone in this enchanting city.  Ranked as the #1 Place to Visit in Spain by U.S. News & World Report, it’s no secret that Barcelona has plenty to offer the Euro-traveler. Not sure where to stay when you visit? Explore inside the Majestic Residences in the slideshow below.

Hotel Majestic Barcelona

With easy access to attractions, the Majestic Residences are the ideal place to stay.

Hotel Majestic Barcelona Balcony

The solarium-terrace overlooks the city with views of La Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera, and Paseo de Gràcia.

Majestic Hotel Barcelona Living Room

This modern two-story home is the perfect place to stay in the heart of Barcelona.

Hotel Majestic Barcelona Breakfast

The unique, oversized breakfast bar is open every morning with a variety of food to choose from.

Rooftop Terrace, Hotel Majestic, Barcelona, Spain

One of the most-loved features at the hotel is the open-air, rooftop pool with stunning views.

Hotel Majestic Barcelona Restaurant

Six on-site dining options make it easy for guests to enjoy a meal at any time of day.

Majestic Hotel Barcelona Desk

The views of downtown Barcelona from the Majestic Hotel and Residences are unrivaled.

Guests will love the hydro-massage tub, walk-in shower, and high-end bathroom design.

Every luxurious design detail was accounted for inside the Majestic Residences.

Majestic Hotel Barcelona Bedroom

Guests will rest easy with luxury bedding, blackout curtains, and high-end amenities.

Explore Parc Güell

One of the most popular sites is Parc Güell, a whimsical park that was originally supposed to house the wealthy. Antoni Gaudí decided to create a garden when the land wasn’t compatible for buildings incorporating all of the oddities. The park stretches over 42 acres and holds Dr. Seuss-style structures and plenty of picturesque landscapes and pathways to explore. 

Penthouse Majestic Hotel and Spa Barcelona Sagrada Familia view

The Gothic Quarter

For history and architecture lovers, the Gothic Quarter is the first stop. This lively neighborhood is also the city’s oldest, and it has plenty of historic sites conveniently nestled between shops, cafes, and bars on its medieval streets. Locals recommend ditching the map and pre-made plans altogether when exploring the area—unknown treasures await those who explore the Gothic Quarter.

Penthouse Paseo de Gracia Majestic Hotel and Spa Barcelona 6

Just like any European vacation, the accommodations can make or break the trip. Who wants to see a new city with uncomfortable sleeping arrangements or a bad view? So if traveling to Barcelona is in your future, do your best to stay in the heart of the metro area. The Majestic Residences are the perfect option for culture lovers, foodies, and explorers. There’s no better way to experience this magical Spanish city.