Barceló Sants Hotel
The recently refurbished Barceló Sants**** hotel has opened its doors to a more modern, avant-garde image. A space station that offers all the necessary services to enjoy on an imaginary trip into outer space, set in tranquil and comfortable surroundings, permitting you to enjoy this travel experience in the completely renovated 364 Orbital rooms and 14 Orbital suites. The rooms feature large windows with spectacular city views and 2 “hatchways” that convert them into original rooms with a galactical air.
Located in Sants Railway Station, it offers direct access to the AVE and Barcelona metro and train stations, making it the best connected hotel in the city. It is located just 500 m from the Barcelona Congress Palace and Trade Fair Centre and Montjuïc, 15 minutes by train from El Prat International Airport and 4 minutes by train from Plaza Catalunya. 200 parking spaces right in front of the hotel
The 3,000 m2 of space distributed over 14 function rooms make this hotel the ideal venue for organising events and conferences. With natural light, capacity for up to 1,500 people, a showroom for exhibiting vehicles and large format products as well as a revolutionary cuisine based on the Brain food concept, or special gastronomic menus for work sessions prepared using healthy and fresh food to stimulate and provide the brain with energy. Success guaranteed! And after the working day, the hotel offers a gym for restoring mind and body, free Wi-Fi, a cyber corner, the Orbital Bar and an excellent choice of gastronomy to enjoy in the restaurants.
How to get to the hotel
From the airport the airport is situated 13km south west of the city centre
- Railway: At Barcelona Airport (Terminal 2) there is train connection (Renfe) to Barceló Sants Hotel (20 min. journey), with trains every 30 minutes that stop at “Sants Station”, the hotel is above the station. For more information, visit the Airport site.
In case you arrive at Terminal 1, there is a free shuttle service from Terminal 1 to Renfe train station (called “Bustransit”). For more information, please visit the Airport site.
Approximate cost: 4.10€
- Bus: Aerobus connects the airport with the city center every 5 minutes. Take the "Aerobus" either on Terminal 1 or 2 and in a 20 min. journey get off at "Plaça Espanya". Then take the Metro (L3 - green line) to "Sants Estació" (2 stops).
Approximate cost: 5.90€ (one way) / 10.20€ (round trip)
- Metro L9 Sud / Metro L3 Zona Universitaria - Sants: Metro L9Sud is running directly from Barcelona Airport (T1 and T2) to the Metro L3/L9 "Zona Universitaria" connecting station (14 stops). At Zona Universitaria station take the Metro (L3 - green line) to "Sants Estació" (5 stops). (1 hour journey).
Approximate cost: 4.50€
- Taxi. The journey to Barceló Sants Hotel takes about 20 minutes. Rates change according to the time of day. Night time rates: working days from 21:00 to 7:00 and weekends and bank holidays from 00:00 to 24:00. Daytime rates from 7:00 to 21:00.
Approximate cost: 40.00€ (There is an additional cost for entry/exit from the airport and for carrying the luggage)
- Car: From Barcelona airport, head northeast towards the Prat de Llobregat road to later join onto the Airport Road/C-32b
Next join onto the Castelldefels Motorway/C-31 in the direction of Barcelona and continue along the Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes
Further on, turn left towards Calle d’Entença and then go towards Avenida de Roma
Finally continue along Paseo de Sant Antoni and take a sharp left into Calle d’Enric Bargés
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