Catalonia La Pedrera
From 60 €
Còrsega, 368 . 08037 Barcelona
+34 93 208 19 19
Formerly Catalonia Córcega. This fantastic hotel is situated on a modernist route, a few minutes from La Sagrada Familia and near to Paseo de Gracia. Its location will allow you to discover the charm of the city's commercial area and places as magical as La Pedrera and Casa Batlló. Thanks to its central location, you will be able to experience the heartbeat of Barcelona firsthand.
It also has a restaurant and meeting room with natural light for all kinds of events.
- Taxi –City centre (1 km)
€4/ approx. / taxi
- Underground –400 m
Lines 4 and 5 Verdaguer station (calle Girona exit) Lines 3 Diagonal Station (Avda. Diagonal exit)
- Airport –15 km
€30 / approx. / taxi
- Bus –10 m
Station: Bus stop for buses numbers 20 / 45 / 47 / 39 / 6 / 15 / 33 / 34
- Taxi –City centre (1 km)
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- ·Welcome drink
- ·Bottle of water
- ·Early check-in & Late check-out
- ·Best online price guaranteed
- ·Catalonia Pass
- ·Pet admission policy
- ·Discount Canary Residents
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