Sant Cugat is one of the most prestigious locations in the outskirts of Barcelona, just 15 minutes from the center and with excellent accessibility in an area of well-established business, where many multinational companies are based.
Located in the quiet green valley, it offers a peaceful area to enjoy a quality stay, thanks to the special attention given by our helpful staff.
The hotel grounds, which highlights the lush vegetation and the surrounding forest make this hotel the ideal place to relax.
5 meeting rooms.
Auditorium for 100 people with 2 simultaneous translation booths.
2 paddle tennis courts.
BlueBay City Barcelona Sant Cugat hotel has 96 modern and comfortable rooms distributed as follows:
85 double rooms, of which 48 have double bed and 37 have twin beds
11 Junior Suites
All rooms are fully equipped with modern amenities for maximum comfort: living room - bedroom, large closet, desk, some come with terrace and views to the pool, dining table , bathroom , satellite TV screen TV, air conditioning with climate control and phone.
All rooms have access to Wi Fi internet.
Double rooms of 29 m2, equipped with double or twin beds. Each room has a shower or a bath tub.
Deluxe Junior Suite Room
The Junior Suites, of 38 m2, have a small sitting area with an extra bed, and all have views of the pool, some also feature a terrace. They can accommodate up to 4 people each, and have a bathroom with bathtub.
Available at no charge
24 h Reception.
24 h Room service.
Free Wi-Fi Internet connection (in common areas).
Access for Disabled.
Business Center .
Possibility of early Check in-Late Check out.
Entertainment and acivities
Available in the hotel area, all at no charge
Visits to Barcelona.
Adventure and sports packs offer.
check-out till 12.00
check-in from 16.00
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Paseo de Gracia 18,60 km 20 minutes.
Plaza Cataluña 19,50 km 21 minutes.
Sant Cugat city center 4,8 km 8 minutes.
Terrassa 12,50 km 13 minutes.
Montmelo Racing Circuit 23 km 19 minutes.
La roca del Valles: 31 km 26 minutes.
Sabadell Airport 23 km 19 minutes.
Barcelona Airport 29 km 25 minutes.
Barceloneta beach 27 km 34 minutes.
Gran Via Fair 19 km 25 minutes.
CCIB Barcelona International Conventions Center 29 km 33 minutes.
Montjuic Fair 21 km 28 minutes.
Golf Club el Prat 17 km 19 minutes.
Sant Cugat theatre 5 km 10 minutes.
Located 29 km from Barcelona El Prat Airport (about 25 minutes) and a 10 minute walk from the railway station Generalitat de Cataluña, Can San Joan. St. Cugat (there is a shuttle bus that stops right outside the hotel entrance).
From the airport, take the B22 to the bifurcation and turn right to the C-32B. Then follow the Ronda de Dalt (B-20) to Exit 9 towards Sarria. Take the E-9 / C-16 towards Túnels de Vallvidrera / Manresa.
Take exit 12 and 13A towards E-15, AP7-Girona Sant cugat Nord. Take exit 13 and follow the signs to Sant Cugat /Bellaterra.
At the roundabout take the fourth exit towards Avenida de la Generalitat and follow the signs to Vallsolana Business Park.
The railway station Can San Joan is just a 10 minute walk from the hotel. There is a shuttle bus every 10-20 minutes which leads to the entrance of the hotel.
Not being the capital, Barcelona is one of the best known and most charming Spanish cities to the millions of tourists who visit it each year. Second most populous Spanish city, Barcelona is located in a privileged enclave on the Mediterranean Sea, 100 kilometers from the Pyrenees and the border with neighboring France.
Barcelona is known for being one of the most cosmopolitan European cities thanks to the mix of cultures of people living in it and the financial and tourist importance.
There is no doubt its artistic and cultural heritage are the reason for its popularity among tourists. Many places like Parque Güell, Palau de la Música, Sagrada Familia or Casa Batlló are World Heritage Sites.
The old town and the barri gotic (Gothic Quarter) of Barcelona attract tourists looking to see all sides of a city full of art throughout.
Of course, FC Barcelona is another reason that Barcelona is known worldwide. One of the best football teams in the world, full of stars, attracts tourists eager to partake of one of their football games.
Barcelona is a city that offers as many points of view as there are tourists who visit it. Barcelona is cosmopolitan as well as traditional.
When visiting Barcelona, seeing all those places associated with Antonio Gaudí is a must. Our route has to include the Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera, Park Güell and Casa Batlló.
The Sagrada Familia is the great famous. This basilica was build in the late nineteenth century and is still under construction. With Gaudí's personal style, in its interior stand out the geometry and columns branched like trees. It is estimated that the construction will be completed by 2030.
The Park Güell is undoubtedly one of the places that should not be omitted in your visitor's plans. This private garden became property of the city after the death of its owner. Currently, thousands of visitors come in search of the most iconic elements like the salamander or dragon, paths, the Hypostyle or the Pórtico de la Lavandera (Washerwoman's Gate). Park Güell has been an artistic monument since 1969 and World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1984.
La Pedrera (Provença) and Casa Batlló (Passeig de Gràcia) La Pedrera (Provença) and Casa Batllo (Passeig de Gràcia) are other characteristic works of Gaudí that tourists discover while visiting the city.
But Barcelona is not just about Antoni Gaudí. Barcelona is also the Gothic Quarter and the Cathedral, in the same architectural style. It is the Plaza de Catalunya and walks through the most prominent neighborhoods.
The walk from Las Ramblas, which flows into the sea, is one of the places that attract the attention of tourists. Flowers, entertainment and the millieu are always present. On the Ramblas you will find the market of Boquería.
Having hosted the celebration of the Olympic Games in 1992, Barcelona is also about sports. The Camp Nou stadium of FC Barcelona is one of the sites of great tourist interest.
The city of Barcelona has a total of 4.5 kilometers of beach, with an average water temperature of 25 degrees.
From the hotel you can get to the popular beach of Barceloneta, in the city itself, within half an hour.
In Barcelona itself you will also find the beaches of Sant Sebastià, Sant Miquel, Somorrostro, Nova Icària, Bogatell, Mar Bella, Nova Mar Bella, Llevant and the paved area of Banys Forum.
If you do not mind traveling a bit more, in 40 minutes you can reach the famous beaches of Sitges.
The climate of Barcelona is northern Mediterranean, with drought in the summer and moderate rainfall in the winter generally, although the irregularity and intensity of rainfall in this area is worth noting.
The temperature is moderate, with an average of 24.4 degrees in August (the hottest month) and 13.6 in January (the coldest month).
The cuisine of Barcelona and Catalonia in general is based on the Mediterranean diet but with dishes and customs of the area.
Known throughout the world is its Tumaco bread, a dish as famous as it is simple. Based on tomato rubbed over the bread, preferably farmhouse one, and seasoned with olive oil and salt, this bread is accompanied mostly by embutidos (cold meat).
In fact, butifarra is the most famous embutido. It's similar to sausage and comes in different classes.
Calçotada is one of the most famous gastronomic traditions. During this celebration, calçots (a variety of spring onions) are roasted over coals. You eat them directly with your hands, only dressed with special sauces. The already hot coals are used for grilling steaks, resulting in a "typical Catalan barbecue."
Catalan cuisine also stands out much for its desserts and sweet dishes, La Mona de Pascua being the best known. After the Holy Week and Easter, pastries are filled with these sweets, acquired by the godparents to their godchildren as tradition. The monas are cakes with chocolate eggs but the tradition has evolved and you can now see sweets worth admiring for their complexity in decoration.
We should point out that Catalonia is a land of great chefs. The best restaurants in the world in recent years are Catalan: El Celler de Can Roca (by Roca brothers) and El Bulli (Ferrán Adrià).
A cosmopolitan city like Barcelona offers visitors a wide range of leisure suiting every taste and preference.
A good night can start in the district of Sant Antoni, very fashionable for several years now. There, with calle Parlament as a hub, bloom numerous special venues with modern design and fine cuisine. Vintage atmosphere and the most gourmet cuisine in the city are insured in this neighborhood.
Among other spots stand out Tickets, La Xalada, L’ambigú or Tonka.
The Born district is one of the top places to go out to dinner or for a drink at night. There is a huge variety of places so any taste will be satisfied.
When it comes to having drinks, disco-clubs Sutton Club, Bling bling and Opium are the more famous lately. Opium is known for having a large terrace facing the Barceloneta Beach and offering restaurant and bar plus a nightclub. Undoubtedly, it is an infallible choice.
After Christmas and the celebration of the Noche de Reyes (Night of the Three Kings), Barcelona celebrates in February the festivities in honor of Santa Eulalia. The Giants and cabezudos (“giant heads”) take to the streets and traditions like castellers or correfoc take over, consisting of people disguised (or not) as demons, jumping and dancing in the street among fireworks.
April 23 is the time of books and roses. Sant Jordi is the day men traditionally give women roses and women present them with books. The stalls in the street, especially in Las Ramblas, are numerous and a stroll among them is a must.
Like any city with the sea, the festivities of San Juan (Sant Joan) are popular with locals and tourists. At sunset the beaches are filled with groups of friends who make bonfires while eating coca de Sant Joan and enjoying dances and songs until dawn.
However, it is no doubt in September when the biggest celebrations come to Barcelona. They are the most typical city festivities, with traditional dances such as the sardana, shows such as correfoc or castellers, and dances of giants, concerts and exhibitions.