The Gates Hotel Diagonal Barcelona

Barcelona Hotel
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Total Meeting Space500 sq. m
Guest Rooms240
Avenida Diagonal, 205
Barcelona 08018

The Gates Hotel Diagonal Barcelona

Barcelona Hotel
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03/01/2018 – 06/30/2018


€68.00 - €68.00
02/13/2018 – 02/28/2018


Generalitat of Catalunya


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Mountain)
  • View (Ocean or Water)
  • View (Urban)


  • Extended Stay
  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Rental Car Service
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center
  • VIP Services

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance Floor
  • Loading Dock
  • Portable Heaters
  • Portable Walls
  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space500 sq. m
Meeting Rooms5
Largest Room427 sq. m
Second Largest Room215 sq. m
Space (Private)4,596 sq. m
Space (Outdoor)4,300 sq. m
Exhibit Space500 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms240
Doubles (2 Beds)240
Double (2 Beds) Rate€110.00 – €0.00
Tax Rate10%




Local Attractions

Torre Glories

Historical Landmark
1 minute away

Sagrada Familia

Historical Landmark
15 minutes away
Antoni Gaudí was born on 25 June 1852 in Reus, in the Baix Camp, which was then the second city in Catalonia. He attended the Escoles Pies school, where he excelled in Geometry and Arithmetic, and received a traditional, religious and humanist education. Son of a coppersmith, he started learning about crafts in his father’s workshop in 1860. In 1868 he moved to Barcelona and prepared for entry to the School of Architecture, which he joined in 1873. He combined his studies with working as an assistant in an architectural practice, as well as in the workshops of a carpenter, a glassmaker and a locksmith where he learned these crafts. He was inconsistent in his Architecture studies, but stood out in the subjects of design, drawing and mathematical calculation. In 1878, after qualifying in Architecture, he received his first official commission. As his professional reputation grew he undertook larger projects commissioned by the bourgeoisie such as, amongst others, the Casa Calvet, the Casa Batlló and the Casa Milà. In 1883 he took over the design of the Sagrada Familia, while also working on other projects. In 1906, Antoni Gaudí moved into what is now known as the Gaudí House Museum, the model home at Park Güell designed by Francesc d’Assís Berenguer i Mestres, the architect’s friend and right-hand man, where he lived for nearly 20 years. He worked for 43 years on the temple until 1926. In 1914 he left all other work to concentrate exclusively on this sole project until his death on 10 June 1926, the result of a tragic accident three days earlier. His funeral cortege, which went through much of Barcelona and finished in the Sagrada Familia, was a grand event in the city in recognition of his status as the greatest architect Barcelona has ever seen. Gaudí was buried in the chapel of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in the crypt of the Sagrada Familia.
Carrer Mallorca, 401
Barcelona, ES 08013

Design Musuem

1 minute away
Museu del Disseny de Barcelona is the Catalan capital’s centre devoted to the arts of the object and design. The new museum was created as a result of merging the collections from four of the city’s museums: the Museu de les Arts Decoratives (devoted to the decorative arts), the Museu de Ceràmica (ceramics), the Museu Tèxtil i d’Indumentària (textiles and clothing) and the Gabinet de les Arts Gràfiques (graphic arts). Evidently, then, the common denominator of all these collections from the past and the present is the object and all that it signifies or has signified and contributed to our lives: from conception, creation and production to use in different epochs and societies, during both the artisanal and preindustrial periods and the industrial and digital ages. The new museum conserves a collection comprising more than 70,000 objects traditionally classified under the name of decorative arts or applied arts. These pieces, which range in date from the fourth century AD to the present, include such unique, internationally-famed collections as those of medieval fabrics, sixteenth-century Catalan enamelled glass and ceramic from Alcora, amongst others. These arts of the object naturally link up with the museum’s twentieth-century design collections, which feature product, graphic and fashion design. Most are, or have been, “objects for living”, that is to say, closely bound up with everyday, personal or collective life. Similarly, the historic decorative arts collections also reveal a logical link with the so-called contemporary author arts, forms of artistic expression that adopt traditional techniques such as ceramics, glazing and enamelling. Moreover, the museum resources also seek to stimulate critical reflection on what has been the real contribution of design to twenty-first century society. A building fit for a museum The museum is housed in the Disseny Hub Barcelona building in Plaça de les Glòries. This building was designed by the MBM (Martorell, Bohigas, Mackay, Capdevila and Gual) team of architects specifically to conserve, exhibit and promote the museum’s collections, which form an important part of our city’s heritage.
Pl. de les Glòries Catalanes, 37-38
Barcelona, ES 08018

Getting Here

Near Tube Station: Glòries 3 min walking distance. Near Train Station: Clot-Aragó 7 min walking distance. Near Tram Stop: 1 min walking distance. Monuments and interested places: Sagrada Familia: 20 min walking distance. Beach Nova Icària: 21 min walking distance. Forum Convention Center: 5 stops with tram line. Plaça Catalunya: 15 min, 4 stops with tube. (line 1) Camp Nou: 32 min. 12 stops (Line 1 + Line 5)


  • Paid Parking€18.00 / day

Distance from Airport

  • 16.6 km from Venue


The Gates Hotel Diagonal Barcelona is located at number 205 of Avenida Diagonal, in a prime location, on the famous Plaça de les Glories Catalanes. The hotel is an immediate neighbour of the famous Torre Glories, which enhances the quality of the 360° views that can be enjoyed from the rooftop terrace. Its 240 rooms are divided in 4 categories (Classic, Executive, Junior Suite and Suites), all of them are exterior, which together with the modern design of the façade of the Hotel –glass-covered to look like piano keys- makes it extraordinarily bright. The walls are soundproofed and the room is furnished in wenge wood, combining textiles with warm colours to ensure a comfortable stay. Their wonderful atmosphere and professional service make the function rooms of the The Gates Diagonal Barcelona ideal for all types of events, like business meetings, banquets, and social or family celebrations. The meeting rooms have been refurbished in January 2018. The hotel also offers free WiFi in all its spaces and guestrooms. Ask the team for our #unconventionalmeetings and make your event a n unforgettable success!


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