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H10 Metropolitan has an excellent location on Rambla de Cataluña, exactly where most tourists want to be in the city. The central square is a few steps away, and there are two metro stations within close walking distance (Universitat, L1 and 2, and Urquinaona, L1 and 4). Popular Sunday night club and cruise night, The Black Room @ Club City Hall, is just across the street, and both Arena clubs are just 5 minutes away. Most of the Gaixample’s nightlife is also walking distance.
The hotel itself maintains the high standard of H10 hotels in the city. It is relatively new (opened in 2014) and has been carefully decorated by a local designer to reflect the history and culture of the city. Indeed, the decor blends cutting-edge contemporary design with modernist and art deco motifs, creating a result that is uniquely Barcelona. The rooms are bright and spacious, all featuring comforts like Rituals amenities, Nespresso coffee machine, bathrobe and slippers, and an incredible shower.
There are two pools, one on the swanky 6th-floor terrace and one in the delightful Eden Terrace downstairs – the latter features a beautiful vertical garden and a small cocktail bar. There are basic gym facilities for those who want to squeeze in a workout, and an excellent buffet breakfast.
H10 Metropolitan has earned several awards, including Best City Hotel in Spain 2016 by Conde Nast Traveler and a 2018 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. It is also one of the best-rated 4-star hotels in Barcelona on Booking.com and a popular option with gay travelers.
♥ Excellent location on the Rambla and is popular hotel with gay visitors
♥ A minute walk to The Black Room, a polular gay dance & cruise club
♥ Two pools with sun terraces
♥ Check out Grand Deluxe Double Room with Terrace when booking