In the heart of the Eixample district, H10 Metropolitan transports you back to the boom days of Barcelona’s industrial past. From its historic façade to its renovated interior by renowned local designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán, the hotel emanates sophistication and Old-World charm. With a complimentary glass of cava as you check in, you will feel instantly welcome at H10 Metropolitan where staff members pride themselves on ensuring you have a stress-free stay.
- Cool off in the top-floor plunge pool with views of Plaça de Catalunya and Tibidabo
- Choose one of 85 spacious guestrooms and suites, many with private balconies or terraces
- Admire the hotel’s industrial décor by prestigious interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán
- Soak up the sun or enjoy a cocktail in Eden Terrace, beside the ground-floor pool
- Curl up on one of Eden Bar’s large leather sofas
- Discover luxury boutiques and Gaudí buildings on Passeig de Gràcia
From the lush poolside terrace to the airy top-floor sundeck, four-star H10 Metropolitan is ideal for relaxing and escaping the crowds. This industrial-inspired hotel has a quirky library, considered details, and a playful approach to color and texture.
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H10 Metropolitan’s 85 spacious guestrooms range from singles to deluxe doubles, each with views of either Rambla de Catalunya, Plaça de Catalunya, or the hotel’s secluded internal courtyard typically found in Barcelona’s Eixample district. Deluxe guestrooms have a private terrace with sun loungers and a hot tub completing your romantic getaway. All guestrooms balance white walls with playful pops of color and polished floors, wood furnishings, and inventive leather accents.
Fuel up for the day at the breakfast buffet, while in the evening, find a barstool at the stylish Eden Bar and ask the bartender to rustle up a signature cocktail. End your evening with a coffee or nightcap at the serene Eden Terrace.
The Kitchen Restaurant – The generous breakfast bar offers row upon row of cured hams and chorizos, cheeses, fruits, breads, and pastries. For something heartier, order hot crêpes, waffles, pancakes, or eggs any style.
Eden Bar – With large leather sofas, stacked bookshelves, and a bicycle on the wall, this bar feels like you are sitting in a private club from a bygone era. Sip a cup of coffee with a book or the newspaper before your day begins, or sink into the plush seats with a gin and tonic and light snack after exploring the city streets.
Eden Terrace – Featuring a pool and sun loungers, this tranquil outdoor space is the perfect place to enjoy a coffee or glass of wine while nibbling on a croqueta or two.
This dynamic neighborhood has no shortage of restaurants, from Michelin-starred establishments to traditional tapas eateries. Enjoy authentic Catalan cuisine at Embat, or be spoiled for choice at El Nacional – here you’ll find four restaurants under one roof in a converted car garage. There’s also Barcelona’s world-famous indoor food market, Mercat de la Boqueria, where you can peruse stalls selling fresh produce or grab a stool at El Pinotxo.
Make the most of Barcelona’s sunshine while sitting out on your private terrace, on the top-floor deck, or the ground-floor open-air pool surrounded by sun loungers.
Venture out into Eixample’s streets and take in Gaudí’s buildings and monuments —
including La Sagrada Família — the bustling charm of Las Ramblas, and the holiday vibe of Barceloneta Beach. For lunch or dinner, find traditional tapas or a surf-and-turf meal of local ingredients.
Other things to do:
- Explore the hipster cafés of Sant Antoni
- Shop the luxury boutiques in Passeig de Gràcia
- Enjoy people watching in Plaça de Catalunya
- Pick up some treats at Mercat de la Boqueria
- Admire art at the Picasso Museum
- Take a stroll in Park Güell
- Wander around Parc Montjuïc or the Gothic Quarter
In the heart of Eixample’s organized grid system, H10 Metropolitan’s location stands out among the predominantly Gothic architecture of Barcelona’s old town.
Barcelona’s El Prat Airport is just under 10 mi / 16 km away.
The Catalunya metro station is a one-minute walk from the hotel.
Buses to Barcelona leave from the Plaça de Catalunya at the end of the street.