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The Barcelona night

The Barcelona night

Barcelona is famous for its buzzing nightlife and top bars around the city, from exclusive lounge clubs to hotel rooftop terraces. We’ve hand picked the most desired nightlife spots around Barcelona…

Dry Martini Cocktail Bar

cocteleria dry martini barcelona
Everything you expect from a traditional cocktail bar you’ll find here. Bow-tied staff and dark wood bar tops to antique cabinets filled with a century’s worth of bottles. The bar is an ode to the famous cocktail, which is served in a hundred different forms. Enjoy a cocktail of the highest standard in a quintessentially classic setting with spot lighting and the sounds of soul, funk and jazz.
Location: Carrer d’Aribau, 162-166, 08036
How to get there: Metro green (L3) and blue line (L5), station Diagonal
Telephone: +34 932 17 50 72

Hotel Arts

Hotel Arts Barcelona
Feel the essence of the Mediterranean in one of Hotel Art’s three outdoor terraces. Arola, the restaurant of the hotel features a terrace overlooking sea and the famous Peix d’Or (golden fish) sculpture on Barceloneta beach. Get here for the sunset and enjoy evening cocktails in a beautiful setting before heading to the clubs later.
Location: Carrer de la Marina, 19-21, 08005
How to get there: Metro yellow line (L4), station Ciutadella Vila Olímpica
Telephone: +34 932 21 10 00

Sky Bar at Grand Hotel Central

Sky Bar Grand Central Barcelona
The Sky Bar is situated on the rooftop of this boutique-hotel and has stunning views of the Ciutat Vella part of the city. The terrace is classy and sleek in style, with an infinity pool illuminated from below. Located on the Via Laietana, it is very central and ideal to come and enjoy a cocktail or two earlier on in the evening. They also serve a range of tapas to nibble on with your drinks.
Location: Via Laietana, 30, 08003
How to get there: Metro yellow line (L4), Jaume I
Telephone: +34 932 95 77 90

Carpe Diem Lounge Club (CDLC)

CDLC Barcelona
CDLC offers one of the most exclusive ambiances in Barcelona, serving the finest champagne in a unique environment with the best electronic music. The best way to enjoy the exclusivity of the club is to book a VIP Bali Lounge; Bali-style beds with satin cushions separated by light, mesh curtains in totally relaxing and private atmosphere. Order exquisite cocktails originating all round the world from Morocco to the Caribbean and see where the night takes you. CDLC is considered to be one of the best clubs in the world… guaranteed to be a truly unforgettable night.
Location: Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 32, 08003 Barcelona
How to get there: Metro yellow line (L4), station Ciutadella Vila Olímpica
Telephone: +34 932 24 04 70


Shoko Barcelona
A sleek and stylish club, with oriental décor throughout. The interior of the club has black walls with splashes of colour, and large red cushioned seats on the outside terrace. Its crowning glory is its setting: right next to CDLC underneath Barceloneta’s promenade, its terrace sits directly on the beach metres away from the sea. As close to a beach club as you can get in Barcelona, with the chicness of high-end city club. Book one of the VIP areas and enjoy an impressive cocktail list.
Location: Passeig Marítim, 36, 08005
How to get there: Metro yellow line (L4), station Ciutadella Vila Olímpica
Telephone: +34 932 25 92 00

If you want to book a VIP booth or table at any of these places, it’s necessary to book ahead by visiting their websites or by calling them.


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