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My recent trip to Barcelona was a whirlwind of eating, drinking, and hotel hopping. I caught some Zs in an urban B&B in the Eixample and a cheap-chic crash pad in newly cool Sant Antoni. I spread out in style in a cool and contemporary two-bedroom apartment and found inner peace (and feasted on maybe the best breakfast ever) at a Zen-like enclave steps from the Passeig de Gracia. Here, my week in hotels.
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Carrer del Rosselló, 265, 08008 Barcelona, Spain
Even if you don't typically go for the streamlined, minimalist look, the 91-room Omm is worth considering. Here, the clean aesthetic feels zen-like rather than spartan—perhaps it's the contrast between the dark corridors and the...
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Carrer de Pau Claris, 72, 08010 Barcelona, Spain
American expat Yessica Fritz' urban B&B started out in 2005 with five rooms, but has since expanded: There are now 12 rooms and suites in the late 19th century apartment building, plus two apartments down the block. Each is different, but the look...
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Carrer del Comte Borrell, 68, 08015 Barcelona, Spain
Travelers looking for budget digs somewhat off-the-beaten path would be hard-pressed to find better accommodations than this hotel near the Sant Antoni market. Simply outfitted rooms have hardwood floors, teak beds, and monochromatic color schemes...