L'illa Diagonal

L'illa Diagonal

Les Corts
  • Commercial Center
  • Architecture

L'illa Diagonal, "the diagonal block" in Catalan, was the first of a half dozen ambitious mall/office complexes built in the 1990s. Because of its size, it soon became known as "Super Block." Architects Rafael Moneo and Manuel de Solà-Morales designed it to suggest New York City's Rockefeller Center laid horizontally. It has continued to expand, now having over 170 shops, a sports center, two high-end hotels, a dance hall, two schools, restaurants and conference center. Primark, the Scottish retailer, is the anchor department store, and there's a grocery store in the basement.

L'illa Diagonal, Avinguda Diagonal, Barcelona, Spain

With a prime location on the Avenida Diagonal, the 125-room Hilton Barcelona has a decor inspired by Gaudí and panoramic views of the city. Family-friendly, it comes with the expected Hilton amenities...
  • International brand
  • LGBTQ-friendly
Soho
1.8 km
Soho

  • Boutique hotel
  • LGBTQ-friendly

Ako Suites Hotel offers sleek design, a location convenient to attractions and Gaixample activities, circuit-party discounts. Its 28 suites are smartly decorated with equipped kitchenettes and are big enough...
  • Apartments - Aparthotel
  • LGBTQ-friendly
1.6 km
L'Office

L'Office brings French bistro dining to Barcelona under the direction of Chef Jérôme Perraudin, a French Basque who started serving up French classics like steak tartare, escargots and tarte tatin at...
  • Café or Bistro
  • French
El Calafate
1.7 km
El Calafate

  • Casual
  • Argentine
Bun Sichi
1.7 km
Bun Sichi

  • Casual
  • Japanese
La Rosa
1.7 km
La Rosa

  • Bar
  • For Women
1.8 km
Tatu

Tatu is a disco bar for bears and mature types with a Thursday night happy hour, more action and more kinds of music on Friday and Saturday. It opens at 7 p.m. on Sundays, offering a variety of...
  • Nightclub
  • For Men
Axel Hotel bars

  • Bar
  • LGBTQ