• Stay in BarcelonaThe best central locations
  • Smart accommodationat group rates
  • Chic placesWith Barcelona style
  • QualityApartmentsnear all the action
  • Rooftop terraceswith amazing views
  • Special Places for a memorable stay
  • The right placeto stay in Barcelona
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Where to Stay in Barcelona Centre – accommodation for stag dos and hen groups

Looking for affordable hotels Barcelona Spain for your stag or hen do? Stay in Barcelona centre at a recommended hotel or apartment.  Low-cost apartments or hotels to suit all budgets in Barcelona’s ebullient  barrios  such as Gótico, Ramblas, Plaça Catalunya, Raval, Barceloneta and L’Eixample.


Booking hotels Barcelona Spain – how much does it cost?

hotels barcelona spainBarcelona has no shortage of city center accommodation, ranging from budget options to the top 5-star Deluxe offerings.  But the difficulty of finding where to stay is in the dates and the seasons. Apparently the whole world is queuing up to fly to lively hotels Barcelona Spain for short stay trips. The city hosts business fairs and sporting and cultural events taking place all year. This  means Barcelona has many price peaks for accommodation.  Finding a good place, in the right part of town can be tricky at certain times of year, and the rates for hotels and apartments vary considerable from weekend to weekend.

We research our Barcelona locations, and offer you the best deals for a place to stay in Barcelona, avoiding price swings from weekend to weekend as much as we can.

Tip: Choose your own Central Apartments a comfortable and relaxed place of your own in central Barcelona. We offer group-friendly apartments, guaranteed to keep you within walking distance of all the sights, nightlife and shopping!

Catalunya’s overnight tax for tourists

Remember that if you stay in Barcelona in a hotel or (in most apartments) you will be be asked to pay a small local tax based on the number of nights you stay when checking in. This tax applies throughout the Catalunya region of Spain and  was approved by the Catalan region adminsitration in 2012. It is in line with similar “per night” tourist charges levvied in cities like Rome and Amsterdam.

What does The Spain Event think about the “Catalan Tourist Tax?

It won’t break your budget and contributes to the upkeep and improvement of services and environment in this wonderful city!

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