Review: Hilton Barcelona

Hilton Barcelona guest room

Date of stay: May 16-17, 2017
Address:  Avenida Diagonal, 589-591, Barcelona 08014
Nightly Rate: € 205.28
Room: Twin Guest Room
Highest floor: 11th floor
How to get here: From the Airport, take the R2 Nord Renfe and get off at Estacio Sants and change to the Metro L3 and get off at Maria Cristina Station. The hotel is a few minutes walk from here.

Hotel Exterior

Hotel Reception & Lobby

Hallway, 9th floor

Twin Guest Room (931)

Twin bed

Here's a short video tour of our room 😉

Samsung TV

Complimentary coffee and tea


The housekeeping actually forgot the 2 complimentary bottles of water and slippers although they were promptly delivered after they've been informed.


Toilet and bidet

Iron and ironing board

Aircon controls

Floor plan

View from our room

Executive Lounge, 4th floor (7am to 10pm)

All Day Refreshments

Happy Hour (6pm to 8pm)

Liquors and Mas Rabell Alquimia wines

Turkey sandwich, vegetarian sandwich, pumpkin

Ham sandwich, Cheese sandwich

Squid Orly 😋

Ham Croquette

Chicken Tandoori

Continental Breakfast (7am to 10am)

Breakfast Restaurant/Mosaic Restaurant, Lobby floor (7am to 10:30am)

Vegetable Noodles

Chicken sausage, mushrooms, beans


Hot chocolate and churros 👍

Juices and Valformosa Origen 👍

Internet Corner, Lobby Floor

Fitness Center, 6th floor

Vibe Bar & Restaurant


We arrived at the hotel around 2:45pm and was helped by Giulio, the receptionist working that day who welcomed me as a Diamond member. Check-in was efficient and within a few minutes, we were handed our room key although he forgot to give us the password for premium wifi. The room we got was nice with modern design although it was a bit small. The bed was comfortable, there was a bathtub although no shower. The food offering in the executive lounge during happy hour was very good and tasty. We had our breakfast in the main restaurant and thought the food offering was extensive although the jamon was not as good as the one we had in the Hilton Diagonal Mar Barcelona. This is only a 4-star hotel so they don't have a pool although they have the usual business center and fitness center. The hotel's location is ideal since it is close to the metro and only a few minutes by bus to attractions like the La Pedrera. Overall, it was nice to have stayed in this hotel for a night so I could compare the two Hilton hotels in Barcelona. I actually prefer the Hilton Diagonal Mar Barcelona since it has outdoor pools, a sauna, an executive lounge on the 15th floor offering great views of the city and the rate during our stay was actually cheaper 😉

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