The Barcelona EDITION is a luxury lifestyle boutique hotel located in the city center, beside Picasso Museum and the Barcelona Gothic Cathedral, adjacent to the Santa Caterina Market and steps away from Plaça de Catalunya, Passeig de Gràcia and Barceloneta beach. More than 15 iconic Barcelona’s main sights and historic landmarks are walking distance from the hotel, avoiding any transportation while discovering Barcelona’s best kept secrets.
The hotel epitomizes luxury through the personal, intimate, individualized and unique hotel local experience and the timelessly elegant design that Ian Schrager is known for.
The Barcelona EDITION features 100 stylish and sophisticated rooms and suites with custom-made Le Labo bathroom amenities, a selection of rooms with stunning views over the iconic architectural masterpiece Santa Caterina Market roof, multiple connecting rooms for family travel and exclusive penthouse suites with private panoramic terraces and extended space.
The hotel provides personalized service and inspired amenities for your stay in Barcelona. The evolving local and dynamic restaurants & bars experience includes the signature restaurant Bar Veraz with an outdoor sitting area, the renowned bespoke cocktail bar Punch Room, the clandestine supper club Cabaret and the iconic The Roof, a panoramic Mediterranean rooftop terrace for al-fresco all day dinning, offering stunning views of Barcelona and an outdoor plunge pool. Experience a one-of-a-kind restaurants and bars concept all under the same roof.
The Barcelona EDITION offers parking and 24 hours room service and includes free high-speed Wi-Fi, daily turndown service and access to the 24/7 gym.
Save your vacation from unpleasant surprise. Very disappointed with rooms and service. We were shocked how small the room was. There are hardly any drawers. Even though we had carry on luggages and only two it was very difficult to maneuver around the tiny room. Bathroom was even smaller one sink and hardly any space to even have the most basic necessities on the counter. They had rusty leaky old hose Next to toilet for their version of bidet which did not work. And there were almost no place to hang the towels. We were not able to use roof top restaurant or any of amenities as it appears they always have parties of some sort which the space is reserved and hotel guest can not access. We discuss the issues with front desk and we promptly informed them we are checking out the next day. The manager assured us that he changed the check out date and there will be no additional charges. However the next day upon check out the day manager indicated that there were no notes or check out date were made on system and charge us an additional night. We were disappointed with room, lack of any window to open for slight fresh air. Rooms are very claustrophobic. We gladly paid the extra night that we did not stay to just get out of the hotel as fast as possible. Do not recommend.…
This is our 2nd stay at The Barcelona EDITION, and we will continue to stay on future vacations. The hotel has sleek, modern beauty everywhere you look. The rooms are comfortable and will make you want to live here permanently. The property has 3 bar areas; we really enjoy their delicious cocktails at the rooftop, with a 360° view of Barcelona in an elegant setting. The hotel is central to major attractions and walk-able to the best restaurants and bars. The most important reason to stay here is the welcoming staff and front of house manager Iñigo, who made us feel right at home. All the employees here are friendly and always looking for a way to make your stay better. Until next time, Barcelona EDITION!
I stayed at the Barcelona Edition recently and was shocked at the small rooms, poor service, and limited amenities. We booked our honeymoon here, as an Ambassador member, and the regular room we received was shockingly small, even compared to say New York City. Calling it a closet would be more fitting. Add to that the fact that we were across the hallway from a service entrance so constantly had noise out our door at all hours. Even little things that a hotel charging this much should do, like having water in a gym, was too much to ask of this sad hotel. While the hotel makes for some instagrammable photos if you crop out the negative parts, there are FAR better options throughout Barcelona, including both Marriott and non-Marriott hotels alike. I would avoid.
I spent two nights at the Edition at the end of my trip to Spain and while the hotel location is fantastic there is definitely areas for improvement. Check-in was chaotic with the whole reception area filled with people either checking in or checking out and staff struggling to cope with customers. Coming in and out of the hotel during my stay this seemed like a regular occurrence and not the exception unfortunately. My room was nice and comfortable with a look of understated luxury but it was small and had no views to speak of. It was fine for me as I didn't intend to be spending much time in the room anyways. The rooftop bar and pool while a nice idea were so busy that it was impossible to get a chair to sit down. I think it's opened to non hotel guest and it seems to be very popular but i wouldn't plan to use it unless you are very patient. There is a cocktail bar that's opened some night but while the place looked nice it was very quiet with very average cocktails. There's definitely better cocktail bars nearby. Location is where this hotel shines, i was able to walk everywhere i wanted to which was great and certainly location is one of the reason i would come back to this hotel for.…
A small modern hotel with interesting interior designs. The location is convenient and you can find a very good covered market next door, where you can get good breakfasts. I enjoyed the rooftop for drinks. The staff was very nice and helpful at the Front desk (the fact that I was easily upgraded to a suite was an added bonus). This is now my hotel when I visit the city.
It’s a very busy hotel in a good location, the lobby and pool feel ore so busy and small they felt more like train stations than a relaxing luxury hotel. Good things: The rooms are modern and stylish with good aircon and features (usb ports etc) along with good bathrooms. However the walls are thin (see below) The overall design is nice. The food and service are excellent. Breakfast was great, pool food was really good. Alejandra at the front desk is great. She helped us with a reservation and it was amazing. She was the highlight. Bad things: Rooms are noisy with thin walls, you can hear your neighbours and people in corridor. Pool area is too small and crowded. It was not relaxing at all. The pool itself is tiny and chilly. The pool level was not relaxing at all, plus one day they hired part of it out for a private function making it smaller and cramped. For a five star hotel, the front door was frequently unattended. Expect doormen to be honest.…
I had great expectations and maybe too much so. I booked with FHR and I'm a Titanium/Lifetime Platinum with Marriott. I paid extra to book with FHR for the added amenities and the only one that really paid off was the noon check in which I think I would have got in either case. As far as Titanium recognition I was just congratulated and told they know how difficult that is to achieve. The included FHR breakfast wasn't really all inclusive as you can pick one egg dish but they're à la carte. So if you order two eggs, that's all you get. Potatoes or meat is extra and not included. You can get a side of fruit though included. We ended up using our $100 welcome amenity mostly for breakfast (actually only 87€ when it should have been at least 93€). For the life of me I'll never understand why they want to shortchange you on the conversion rate when they charge 5€ for a bottle of water. Lastly the room was just too small. I got upgraded from a Superior room to a Deluxe room which basically isn't even an upgrade. I couldn't even get the "DELUXE SANTA CATERINA" room showing available. The hotel had a lot of inventory bookable online. The maintenance was also lacking, there were two bottles of bodywash for the shower and no shampoo... the sink faucet handle was falling off and there wasn't consistent hot water for the shower. My stay wasn't much better than a three-star hotel.…
My wife and I have been traveling through Europe and as we arrived at The Edition Barcelona, we realized that I had booked our stay for the following month 😫. Joel at the front desk had a nice laugh with us, gave us a drink and quickly got on the phone with his colleague Rocio in reservations. In short order, they had it sorted and Antonio showed us to our room. Joel made us a last minute reservation at Arcano Restaurant (Highly recommend this place!) and we were off to explore Barcelona. I highly recommend this hotel. The property and its staff are to complemented.
Visited this place with my friend during my vacation, I entered and wasn’t greeted by anyone had to figure out my own way to the pool and bar, took them almost an hour to take my order and right away the waiter informed me I can’t use the pool and the beds for tanning because they are for guests only… I had come all the way here to get some sun, a drink and refresh in the Pool, so they kept me in a corner with two chairs and took another hour to bring my drink which wasn’t even cold. The place is cute has a nice decor but unfortunately the staff didn’t seem to be happy at all with any guest… had one drink and left right away. Will not recommend at all.
Beautiful Hotel. I loved all the soft furnishings in the room, the amenities are some of the best I’ve seen in hotels. The bar and restaurant staff are very friendly and took great care. Front office and bell staff were spot on. Very friendly and hospitable.