By The Receptionist

Halfway down
the road between
past and present.

Step out of our front doors and walk a little way

Into the city of modernism, music, fashion, design and Catalan gastronomy. At Pulitzer Barcelona, you’re right in the middle.

Of art and architecture

Stroll around the creative displays in MACBA.

Gaze at the statues of Plaza Catalunya.

Explore fresh ideas at the MOCO, the new Museum of Modern Art.

Uncover the hidden galleries in l’Eixample.

And fall in love with the modernist architecture of Passeig de Gracia.

Of dramas and dreams

Put on your evening dress and enjoy a ten-minute walk down la Rambla. Then take your seat at Barcelona’s world-famous opera house El Gran Teatre del Liceu. Visiting in the summer? Take a taxi to the open-air Teatre Grec amphitheatre, nestled between Montjuic’s luscious gardens.

Of stores and styles

Start with the big-name clothing chains around Rambla Catalunya, then work your way along Paseo de Gracia’s boutique shops and exclusive fashion brands. Or explore new trends and local designers in the El Born neighbourhood.

Of feasts and flavours

Fancy some innovative Mediterranean cuisine? Head around the corner to Dos Pebrots, or walk down la Rambla and over Viaplana & Piñón’s Rambla del Mar bridge for a marina view at FiskeBar. Or just stroll through the scents and flavours of La Boqueria Market.

Of salt and sand

Pack a towel, grab your sunglasses and take a walk to Platja de Barceloneta.

Soak up the sunrise, swim off the midday heat, or rent a stand-up paddleboard and watch the sunset from the sea.

Of trains and taxis

Take your story even further with convenient public transport nearby.

In just a few minutes you can be on the metro or Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat, or get a cab from the taxi station just in front of the hotel.

And if you need an airport transfer, just let us know.

Book a transfer

Does your story begin…

On a plane?

On a plane?

  • The Aerobus goes directly from the airport to Plaça Catalunya every 15 minutes from 6:00 to 1:00 every day. It takes 25 minutes and drops you 3 minutes from the hotel. A single ticket costs 6.75€ and a return is 11.65€. It also goes back to the airport every 15 minutes from 5:30 to 00:30.

  • The train goes from Terminal 2 to Sants train station every 30 minutes from 6:00 to 23:40. You’ll then need to take the L3 metro line to Plaça Catalunya. It takes 30 minutes and costs 2.40€.

  • Taxis are available all day long at both airport terminals. The journey takes 30-35 minutes and costs around 30€-40€ + a 4,5€ airport supplement. You’ll also be charged extra for suitcases and travelling at night, at weekends or during the holidays.

Arriving by Car?

Arriving by Car?

Use the SABA car park at the north-east end of our street, which costs a reduced rate of 30€ a day for Pulitzer guests.

On a train?

On a train?

Get off at Sants train station and take the L3 metro line to Plaça Catalunya.