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Inspirato offers three apartment-style homes at Majestic Residences, as well as suites across the road at the Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona. Both are nestled along the Passeig de Gracia, one of the Barcelona’s main thoroughfares, lined with shops, restaurants, and celebrated architecture.
Whether staying in a home or hotel suite, enjoy access to the Majestic Hotel’s open-air rooftop pool, restaurants, spa, solarium, and fitness center.
A fixture of elegance in the capital of Catalonia since 1918, the five-star Majestic Hotel & Spa is centrally located on the chic Paseo de Gracia. First founded as a Roman city in the Middle Ages, Barcelona sits on the northeast coast of the Iberian Peninsula. Its architecture and history have been drawing travelers to its city center for centuries. Indulge in the hotel's deluxe spa or peruse any of the fashion houses or Gaudi's famous buildings just steps outside of your accommodations. When you're ready to delve into the staggering history that the capital has to offer, you need only wander outside of the hotel grounds.
This mansion in the El Raval neighborhood, designed in the late 1800s, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore its ornate interior and elaborate iron work for a glimpse into high society's past.
FC Barcelona proudly calls this football stadium home. This is Spain's largest sports ground and, if you're fortunate enough to visit during the season, tickets to a game can be purchased for as low as 29 euros.
To understand Pablo Picasso is to understand his strong ties to Barcelona. Thanks to a generous loan policy with other gallery houses, more than 4,200 of his works comprise the collection at this museum.
This modernist structure in the center of the city was designed by Antoni Gaudi and it considered one of his masterpieces. Locally known as the "House of Bones" for its skeletal detail, the home is definitely worth a tour.
Classical music enthusiasts will appreciate this concert hall and its thickly dressed facades. Known as the main concert hall for all of Barcelona, the stages here have hosted many world premieres. See a show during your stay.
Ramble along Las Ramblas, a central, tree-lined street. Sandwiched between shops, restaurants, and bars, this pedestrian mall stretches only 0.75 miles. You'll see souvenir peddlers, authentic florists, and more.
Thanks to the local city council, wireless internet is available in more than 550 areas of the city. While the connection is a bit slow, it's a nice option to have while you're out and about exploring all that Spain has to offer.
The Majestic Hotel Group believes in responsible tourism and prides itself on integrating it into its business. One euro is donated per customer at all times and from July to September, room reservations for one of their suites benefit the Ires Foundation.
If you opt out of renting a car during your Barcelona vacation, you can easily rely on the Barcelona Bus Turístic. These double-decker buses feature three routes across the city and cover most of the major sights and historical centers.
Catalan and Spanish are the two official languages of Barcelona, with Catalan being the more dominant language. Try "hola" or "bon dia" for a general greeting to locals and "Que parla anglès?" for "Do you speak English?"
The weather in Catalonia's biggest city can be described as pleasant most of the year. With nearby beaches and sunny skies, August tends to be the hottest month. May through July and September are typically the most temperate and comfortable. November to February sees temperature dips to around 53 degrees Fahrenheit, sometimes below. Though winter is obviously cooler, rain is fairly uncommon.
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