Holiday apartments in Barcelona
Reasons to rent your apartment in Barcelona with Oh
Whatever your tastes as a traveller to Spain’s Catalan capital, make your trip a more memorable one by staying in our Barcelona holiday apartments located all over the city. With over 450 self-catering apartments, all fully furnished for maximum comfort, you’re bound to find a Barcelona apartment among our wide selection to fit exactly what you’re looking for during your holidays.
Our Barcelona apartments provide the perfect type of accommodation when travelling to Spain with your family or a large group. With spacious living areas and a number of bedrooms available, there is no better way to enjoy socialising and meals together than in the privacy of your apartment in Barcelona. With each of our apartment rentals in Barcelona coming fully equipped with facilities for cooking, you can benefit from the independence that you wouldn’t get from other types of accommodation, by experiencing self-catering Barcelona-style at your own pace. Read more
You can find your ideal Barcelona apartment rental with ease by searching according to the number in your party, your price range and other specific features, such as the availability of a lift or pet-friendly apartments. Alternatively, it may be the location of one of our self-catering apartments in Barcelona that is the make or break factor of your holiday. In this case, be sure to read our district guides for reliable area information or contact our customer care team for any further advice on the whereabouts of our apartments to rent in Barcelona.
From Barcelona apartments in the city centre to holiday rental apartments by the beach, we are confident that with us you will find the perfect apartment in Barcelona for all of your travelling needs.
Differences among apartments in Barcelona main districts
What are the apartments in Ciutat Vella like?Encompassing el Barrí Gòtic, el Raval, Barceloneta and modern day el Born, Ciutat Vella is the “old town” of Barcelona. Dating back to medieval times, this is the oldest part of the city, connected by a labyrinth of little backstreets. Unlike more modern parts of Barcelona, buildings in this area were not strategically planned. This is immediately obvious while walking through the achingly beautiful maze of hidden streets. Here buildings seem to lean so close you can almost imagine stretching from the balcony on one side of the street and touching the apartment opposite. What was once the poorer part of the city, this is now among the most desirable locations in the Catalan capital, with an authentic charm that will take your breath away.
What are the apartments in l’Eixample like?By the turn of the 19th Century, Barcelona had become overcrowded and needed to extend its walls beyond Plaça Catalunya. This mass building project became known as L’Eixample (literally “the Extension”). The area was planned on a strict grid system, with wide roads and a series of regular octagonal blocks each containing a large inner courtyard. This design allows for all four faces of each block to receive sunlight during the day. As a result of such planning, most apartments in this area are naturally light and airy with windows that overlook both the street and the communal central courtyard.
What are the apartments in Grácia like?Gràcia used to be a village in its own right before L’Eixample was created to connect the district to the rest of Barcelona, yet the area still maintains a strong, community feel. The district is slightly older than the surrounding area so apartments here typically have a more rustic feel. Unlike L’Eixample, apartment blocks are not so uniform in their dimensions, so instead of inner courtyards, Gràcia is dotted with central, pedestrianized Plazas where the locals come to eat and catch up with neighbours and friends.
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