Welcome to our hotels in Barcelona
At Alexandre Hotels we have 2 hotels with an excellent location: Alexandre Hotel FrontAir Congress, in Sant Boi de Llobregat, near El Prat Airport, and Alexandre Hotel Fira Congress, located a few metres from Fira Barcelona Gran Vía, in Hospitalet de Llobregat. These two hotels are ideal for corporate stays, business stays, events or conferences, guaranteeing travellers maximum comfort and the best services.
The Alexandre Hotel FrontAir Congress is in a great location for business trips in Barcelona, thanks to its proximity to the airport (6 km away) and to the centre of Barcelona, about 13 km away. The hotel has 1500m2 of rooms and offices, suitable for hosting all types of events and conventions, from large events to small meetings.
The Alexandre Hotel Fira Congress, on the other hand, follows the same line, being a design hotel with complete services and modern facilities. It is the perfect accommodation for corporate meetings, and has everything necessary for the organisation of congresses, conferences or talks, with a large number of meeting rooms, projection screens and state-of-the-art audio systems. It is also close to a metro station, from where you can go to both the centre of Barcelona and the airport.
For travellers who want to take advantage of their business stay to get to know more of Barcelona, we offer some recommendations...
Our hotels in Barcelona
What to see in Barcelona?
You can't go to Barcelona with some time to spare and not see the traces left by this movement, born at the end of the 19th century. It played an important role in architecture, where it incorporated forms inspired by nature, as well as new materials.
In what is known as the "apple of discord", on Passeig de Gràcia, we find the mark of three leading architects: Lluís Domènech i Montaner, Josep Puig i Cadafalch and Antoni Gaudí, who built a house for the Lleó Morera, Amatller and Batlló families, respectively.
Also belonging to this style are the Palau de la Música, the Museu de Ciències Naturals i Zoologia building and the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, which along with La Pedrera (Casa Milà), the Sagrada Família, Parc Güell and the Casa Vicens, among others, were declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
Fira Barcelona Gran Vía
The Fira Barcelona Gran Vía exhibition centre, located just 5 minutes from our Hotel Fira Congress, is one of the largest, most modern and complete in Europe. It is characterised by its design and functionality, with 8 pavilions connected by a walkway that channels the circulation of attendees, and which have the most innovative and cutting-edge technical and logistical features.
It has 240,000 m2 of gross exhibition area, 45 restaurants and 4,580 parking spaces. It is a large facility that is also easily accessible by public transport, either by train (FGC), bus (TMB) and metro L9, which connect directly with the exhibition centre and allow you to move quickly around the city.
Baix Llobregat is a region located in the province of Barcelona, 15 minutes from the city centre, and forms part of the southern metropolitan area. It offers surprising proposals to discover caves, prehistoric mines, the most authentic work of Gaudí, unique natural spaces and extensive beaches. Our hotels are in this region, which makes it easy to visit the most important places in the area. We suggest some of them:
Museums: In Esplugues, Museu de Ceràmica La Rajoleta and Museu Can Tinturé; in Cornellà, Museu de Matemàtiques and Museu de les Aigües; Can Barraquer (Sant Boi), Catalunya en miniatura (Torrelles).
Nature, archaeology and parks: Delta de Llobregat (El Prat), Parc Arqueològic Mines de Gavà (Gavà), Caves of Montserrat (Collbató).
Beaches: In Castelldefels, Gavà, Viladecans or El Prat de Llobregat.
Heritage and architecture: Castelldefels Castle, Gaudí Crypt in Colònia Güell (Santa Coloma de Cervelló), Can Negre (Sant Joan Despí).
What to do in Barcelona?
Montjüic Mountain, meanwhile, has several places of tourist interest, such as the Magic Fountain of Montjüic, a spectacle of lights and water with more than 80 years of history; Montjüic Castle, an old military fortress that today serves as an exceptional viewpoint of the city of Barcelona, and where you can go up on foot or by cable car; the Spanish Village, created for the 1929 International Exhibition; the Montjüic Olympic Ring, made up of, among other facilities, the Palau Sant Jordi and those created for the 1992 Olympic Games; art spaces such as the National Art Museum of Catalonia and the Joan Miró Foundation, and the spectacular Botanical Garden, which has more than 2. 000 species of plants.