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Conveniently sited, peaceful and attractive - Les Corts is one of Barcelona's most elegant residential suburbs. The area also has some fantastic accommodation options, and you can find all of the finest hotels in Les Corts, Barcelona on All of the area's hotels have been ranked and reviewed by our expert travellers, with full feedback and accurate reflections of the service provided. Check out photos of hotel rooms, as well as location maps to make sure that you are close to the transport links. Our partner hotels in Les Corts, Barcelona also offer some excellent discounts to customers, so book your accommodation as early as possible to make big savings. Finding the right place to stay is easy with, whatever your travel needs.

What's Les Corts Like?

Sited just to the west of Barcelona city centre, Les Corts is home to many of the city's commuters, but it is also a lively and relaxed district. Getting into town is quick and easy via the reliable Metro system, while the area is very close to the Olympic site in nearby Montjuic. Perhaps most importantly, the area is home to FC Barcelona, one of the world's greatest football teams. But Barcelona is about more than football. See the breath-taking Sagrada Familia, the architectural concoctions of Antonio Gaudi and the Picasso Museum. Wander around the winding streets of the Old Town and see the streetlife of Las Ramblas. You can even hit the beach, which is right in the centre of town. Whether you adore whimsical architecture, modernist art or the charms of the seafront, staying in hotels in Les Corts, Barcelona is a great city break option.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Barcelona

Barcelona is one of the most welcoming and cosmopolitan cities in Spain, so expect a warm welcome from all of the locals. Get in the swing of things by heading to the Camp Nou for some Barcelona memorabilia, and be sure to try some traditional Catalan tapas at the cities many restaurants. Barcelona is also a cultural centre, so time your visit to coincide with the event of your choice. From the spring-time indie music festival Primavera to the spectacular puppetry of September's Festes de la Mercè, there is almost always something going on in Barcelona. To get around, ask the hotel for the standard tourist map produced by the superstore El Corte Inglés. To see everything as quickly as possible, you might also want to take the Barcelona Bus Turístic. But stay for as long as you can with, and see everything the city has to offer.

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