Hostal Mayerling Centro ® - Barcelona - Official website
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Hostal Mayerling Centro has 21 rooms with a modern style and private bathroom in the room and all the necessary amenities.


Free WIFI, common room and kitchen, coffee machine and vending machine.


In the heart of Barcelona in the Plaza Urquinaona, just a few minutes from Plaza Catalunya.


Book directly on the official website of Hostal Mayerling Centro at the best price guaranteed with unique and exclusive advantages.


Hostal Mayerling Centro is a 2* hostel located in the heart of Barcelona in Plaza Urquinaona, just a few minutes walk from Plaza Catalunya. 
The accommodation has 21 functional rooms of modern design for double, triple or family use and all of them have a private bathroom inside the room with hairdryer, towels and amenities, television, bed linen, air conditioning and heating and wifi.
In addition, the hostel has a 24-hour reception, a common room with sofas and tables with a small kitchen, a coffee machine and a vending machine.


Hostal Mayerling Centro offers

free WIFI, common room and kitchen,

coffee machine, vending machine

and public parking a few meters from the hostel.



Basílica of the Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia is a Catholic basilica in Barcelona, designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí. Begun in 1882, it is still under construction. It is Gaudí’s masterpiece, and the greatest exponent of Catalan modernist architecture.

Park Güell

Discover one of Barcelona’s most emblematic parks.
A public park with gardens and architectural elements located in the upper part of the city of Barcelona, Park Güell was born in 1900 from a shared dream between the businessman Eusebi Güell and Antoni Gaudí.

Casa Batllo

Casa Batlló is a building designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, the leading representative of Catalan Modernisme.
It is an integral remodelling of a previously existing building on the site, the work of Emilio Sala Cortés.
Casa Batlló is a reflection of Gaudí’s artistic plenitude.
The Casa Milà, popularly known as “La Pedrera”, is a modernist building designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, built between 1906 and 1910 in the Eixample district of Barcelona.


Barrio Gótico

The Gothic Quarter, located in the heart of the city centre, is the oldest and most beautiful neighbourhood to see in Barcelona.
Its origins date back to Roman times, of which you can still see some remains of the ancient city of Barcino, although its greatest splendour was achieved during the Middle Ages with the construction of churches and Gothic palaces.

Las Ramblas

One of the most popular things to do in Barcelona is to take a leisurely stroll along Las Ramblas or La Rambla.This one-and-a-half kilometre avenue, which runs from Plaza Cataluña to the Columbus Monument, is a hive of tourists and activity at any time of the day where, in addition to seeing street performers at the end of the route, there are several highlights worth taking the time to visit, such as La Boquería market, which has numerous stalls selling quality products and restaurants for tapas.



El Born

Located just off the Gothic Quarter, between Via Laietana and La Barceloneta, is one of the trendiest neighbourhoods to visit in Barcelona, El Born. Its narrow cobbled streets are filled with tapas restaurants, charming cafés, boutiques, shops and places to have the first drink of the night.

Barrio del Eixample

The Eixample, which translates as “widening” because it is the newest part of the city, is a large area north of Plaça de Catalunya to the left and Passeig de Gràcia to the right.



Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of the Catalonia region of Spain, is known for its art and architecture. 
Open to the Mediterranean Sea and famed for Gaudí and his modernist architecture, Barcelona is one of the most cosmopolitan European capitals.
The city is a focus of new trends in the world of culture, fashion and gastronomy.
The Mediterranean character and atmospheric streets also set the trend in Barcelona. The possibilities are almost endless and range from popular visits, such as a stroll along Las Ramblas or traditional markets like the Boquería, to relaxing breaks on the urban beaches or on the many terraces in the old town.
Barcelona attracts visitors with its unmissable monuments such as the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. 
For its part, the cultural agenda includes important art centres, such as the Museu Picasso, the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya and CaixaForum, a wide range of festivals and one of the great temples of opera in Spain, the Gran Teatre del Liceu.