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Why This Is Becoming The Place to Stay in Barcelona


Why This Is Becoming The Place to Stay in Barcelona

Everything about the Cotton House Hotel in Barcelona is classy – stunning beyond words. It’s wonderfully discreet. You could walk right on past this 19th-century building without realising you’ve just passed by one of the most splendid hotels in town.

As you walk inside, every single room you enter demands to be savoured. The feel is an intoxicating mix of neoclassical with a dash of tropical colonial gentleman’s club – it’s a little bit like stepping inside a Merchant Ivory film. You can even admire the world-famous Sagrada Familia from the rooftop plunge pool.

Beautifully located right in the centre of Barcelona, you’ll find yourself in walking distance to its historical treasures. A short stroll will take you to the Paseo de Gracia (5 min), Casa Batlló, and La Pedrera, (5-10 min), Cathedral (10 min), Gothic Quarter (10 min) and Las Ramblas (10 min).

The Cotton House Hotel occupies the Cotton Textile Foundation former headquarters. It was refurbished by Marriott as part of its very swish Autograph Collection. Explore the hotel here…

This beautiful hotel will be your base for the first three nights of the 2017 Go Golfing “La Buena Vida” Spain and Portugal Golf Tour. This 18-day tour will see you play 8 rounds of golf in delightful locations. Your highlight courses include Real Club De Golf El Prat (Barcelona), Finca Cortesin Golf Club (Marbella), Monte Rei Golf & Country Club , Vale de Lobo ( both in Algarve, Portugal) and Royal Obidos (Portugal).

We guarantee you will love this tour. Our clients tell us this is one of the best tours they’ve ever been on. They have loved its passionate people, captivating culture, exotic architecture, honest food and good life. When you combine this with some of the finest golf in Europe it doesn’t take long before Spain and Portugal make their way further up that alluring travel bucket list.


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