This is a fantastic city at any time of year, but it’s also a great destination to spend a hell of a Halloween! The Catalans, as with the entire Spanish nation, are known for exuberant parties and festivals, but mostly Barcelona is perfect for a spooky Halloween because of its spectacular Gothic architecture. Spend three nights with us in this vibrant, colourful and multicultural city and enjoy the festivities, from family-friendly shows to street parties, there’s nothing you can’t do.
Your hotel is the luxury H10 Marina Barcelona Hotel, with a privileged location in the Olympic Village and very close to the beaches, this is a four-star hotel with a wide range of services, Dionissos Restaurant with a carefully selected cuisine and a Despacio Spa Centre.
The large, bright rooms at the H10 Marina Barcelona are fully equipped with all the amenities to make your stay more pleasant. All rooms have a stunning view of the city, and include flat screen TV and complimentary Wifi.
Enjoy exquisite signature cuisine and discover the aromas and flavours from our selection of over 200 wines at the Dionissos restaurant and La Llum bar. You can choose Room Only or B&B for your stay, prices below.
The H10 Marina Barcelona also has a Despacio Spa Centre, perfect for disconnecting and pampering body and mind in the wet zone or with our personalized and exclusive treatments. Its facilities have been recently renovated.
With everything Barcelona has to offer right on your doorstep, you’ll find getting around the city and seeing everything quite straightforward. Included in some highlights you shouldn’t miss would be a visit to Barcelona’s Cemeteries. More than just a place to mourn the dead, cemeteries are a powerful testimony of a community’s history and legacy; a reminder of how people and places obtained their identity. In Barcelona, its cemeteries offer a moving experience and tell the tales of a lively past — from ancient Jewish settlements to the troubles of the civil war.
Full of stunning statues, elegant headstones, mausoleums and crypts, this is a very apt way to feel the heart of Barcelona. On November 1st, the city celebrates La Castanyada (Chestnut Festival), the Mexican Holiday of Dia de los Muertos, and All Saint’s Day, when locals pay a visit to their loved ones who have passed, to pay respects and celebrate their lives.
On the night of Halloween, people of all ages dress in costumes and decorate their houses and businesses in scary decor. Children go trick-or-treating, or truco o trato in Spanish, and there are many ways to celebrate is like a local as a family. Choose to dine in a themed restaurant and enjoy an interactive show with puzzles, stories and comedy, or watch a horror show while you dine and are served by ghoulish waiters.
Discover Barcelona’s Museum of Funeral Carriages, home to one of the finest collections of funeral carriages and hearses in Europe, and helps retrace the history of funeral customs in Spain over the past few centuries. A very interesting and sometimes creepy exhibition would be the perfect start to get into the Halloween spirit.
So join us for three nights in Barcelona for some proper Halloween fun, while enjoying a luxury city-centre hotel, prices per family include airport transfers and chosen meal plan as follows:
|1 adult & 1 child||€520||€600|
|1 adult & 2 children||€675||€770|