Ayre Hotel Rosellón

Ayre Hotel Rosellón is a recently built hotel suitable for both leisure and client business. Located in the heart of Eixample of Barcelona, and just one minute from the Temple of the Sagrada Familia. The 105 rooms, 4 of which are adapted for disabled guests. All rooms are equipped with water free minibar, safe, WIFI, TV and hairdryer. The hotel has 5 meeting rooms with capacity from 10 to 150 people equipped with all necessary media for holding any meeting or event. Facilities with a warm and cozy restaurant and a cafe with chill out area

Carrer del Rosselló 390, Barcelona 08025 Barcelona.
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Ayre Hotel Rosellon

Hotel Ayre Rosselló
Hotel Ayre Rosselló
4.4 out of 5 stars
10 reviews
Carrer del Rosselló
390, 08025 Barcelona, Spain
936 00 92 00
Hotel Ayre Rosselló
Nico Louw
4 out of 5 stars
Nice hotel and friendly and helpful staff. Great views from the rooftop. Great location. Let down a little by the rooftop bar which says it's open but wasn't...
Hotel Ayre Rosselló
The Black
5 out of 5 stars
this hotel is perfect but one thing. when you take a shower the water leaks so easily and I had to be careful every time I use. so the whole bathroom...
Hotel Ayre Rosselló
Peyman Sazedj
4 out of 5 stars
Slightly upscale hotel with nice lobby. Very nice location. Most rooms have a direct view on Sagrada Familia, as it is at a minute's distance. The hotel is...
Hotel Ayre Rosselló
Sue Spence
5 out of 5 stars
Very good hotel. I’ve stayed at 2 Ayre hotels in Barcelona, and happily recommend them. Roselló has a roof terrace with mountain views on one side and...
Hotel Ayre Rosselló
Marco López de Carrizosa Finat
5 out of 5 stars
Unique rooftop. Come for a drink anytime. Is not expensive. Totally recommend
Must see in Barcelona

Gran Liceu Theatre

Its origins time from following the Conflict of Succession, when the field marshals of the new ruler, Philip V, considered the opera as entertainment for both their soldiers and everyone.

It had been built above the Trinitarian Convent positioned in the centre of the Ramblas, that was extended to be able to support all the actions required by the Liceu. Work commenced under the requests of Miquel Garriga i Roca in 1845 and the complete task was completed in 1847. The theater has a earth plan in the condition of an horseshoe arch so when it first opened up, it was reported to be one of the primary theatres in European countries at that time. A fire damaged the auditorium and level in 1861, but it was rebuilt by Josep Oriol Mestres, this time around with no second-floor amphitheatre. The initial fa?ade was renovated in 1875. Another hearth destroyed the theater in 1994, departing only the access and horseshoe arch. The theater was rebuilt once more, giving intact the parts unaffected by open fire and recreating the auditorium in its original form.

Palau de la Musica

A modernist building that is one of the city’s most emblematic edifices.

It had been inaugurated in 1908, after 3 years of creating work orchestrated by the famous architect Llu?s Dom?nech i Montaner. It really is one of the world’s major concert halls and an outstanding exemplory case of Catalonian Modernism. The inside is embellished with ceramic mosaics and polychrome goblet with floral motifs. In 1997 it was announced to be one of Spain’s UNESCO World History sites.

Las Ramblas Avenue

That is an emblematic avenue and a must-see for just about any visitor to Barcelona. Its central promenade is lined with bloom stalls and kiosks, as the edges are home to complexes including the Gran Teatre del Liceu theater, the Palau de la Virreina palace and La Boqueria market.

That is a block which is teeming with life and coloring, in which a central pedestrianised promenade supplies the chance to stroll among kiosks, rose stalls and a variety of outlets and businesses. The avenue expands for a amount of just a little over one kilometre; it commences in the Plaça de Catalunya and attaches to the statue of Columbus. It really is known by various different titles along its period: the section nearest the Plaça de Catalunya is the La Rambla de Canaletes, accompanied by La Rambla dels Estudis, and finishing with La Rambla de las Flores or Sant Josep.
The road is extremely popular with both travellers and with local people, and always has a exciting atmosphere. It really is a magnet for numerous avenue artists who, alongside the other passers-by, make Las Ramblas a microcosm of Barcelona life which is really worth a particular visit.
Its origins time frame from the 18th hundred years, when it was organized following the middle ages wall surfaces of Barcelona. Today it’s the site of important complexes including the Palau de la Virreina and the Gran Teatre del Liceu. In addition, it has usage of the primary access of the favorite market known as La Boqueria.