Area Attractions

Discover a wide variety of activities when you stay at Hyatt Regency Barcelona Tower, from fitness activities to swimming, spa treatments to padel courts, cinemas to restaurants, each guest can make the most of their visit. Enjoy the beautiful architecture, nearby shopping, and rich culinary experiences—immerse yourself in everything that Barcelona has to offer.  

Hyatt Regency Barcelona Tower

Gran Vía 144, L´Hospitalet de Llobregat
Barcelona, Spain, 08907



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Gran Vía 2

Located in the center of the Montjuïc-Airport axis and just a few steps from the Fira Gran Vía, Gran Vía 2 is Barcelona's shopping and leisure center. Explore the commercial complex that includes more than 180 shops, 24 restaurants and cafés, and a movie theater featuring 15 cinema rooms.

La Rambla

La Rambla is an iconic promenade in Barcelona, running between Plaça de Catalunya and the old port. Walk along the tree-lined street and shop at your leisure while immersed in the historic walk that links the old and new parts of the city.


Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Família is a one-of-a-kind basilica, known for its unique design created by architect Antoni Gaudí. Today, more than 135 years after the laying of the cornerstone, construction continues on the basilica with expected completion in 2026.

Plaça de Catalunya

The Plaça de Catalunya is a central square in Barcelona, considered to be one of the city's vibrant centers where the old part of the city and the Ensanche come to meet. Important routes of the city start from here, such as the Rambla, the Passeig de Gràcia, and the Rambla de Catalunya.

Casa Batlló

Casa Batlló is a UNESCO World Heritage site and an icon in Barcelona—a must-see for those who want to discover Gaudí’s work and modernism at its finest. It is also one of the city's most highly rated cultural attractions, welcoming one million visitors every year.

Plaça d'Espanya

Barcelona's Plaça d'Espanya is one of the most emblematic spaces in the Catalan capital, built during the 1929 International Exposition. With its 34,000 square meters (365,970 square feet), it is the second largest square in Spain after the Plaza de España in Madrid.