Barcelona Family Package
Discover Barcelona with your family and stay at the five-star Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona, in the heart of the city at the famous Passeig de Gràcia.
Have a memorable fun-filled Barcelona family getaway: explore the city on a bicycle, or take a walking tour of modernist sites such as a private visit to the recently open Gaudi’s Casa Vicens or take your family to the Magic Fountains or the CosmoCaixa Science Museum with mini Amazon rainforest and planetarium. Furthermore, greet the animals at Barcelona Aquarium or the Zoo Barcelona.
The Barcelona Family Package includes
- 50% discount on the second room for the kids when booking a suite for the parents (for July and August 2018 travelling)
- Free additional bed for each child under 12
- Breakfast buffet in Blanc restaurant for 2 adults and 2 children
- Kids access to our Spa swimming pool and fitness room**
- Children’s own check-in upon arrival, bathrobes, special amenities and a special colouring room service menu — to have fun from arrival to departure —
** Always under adult supervision to keep the complete serenity of the holistic Spa
Family suites – Home Away from Home
THE two-bedroom Family Suites or three-bedroom Grand Suites are ideal for multigenerational groups. Book a family stay and discover fabulous attractions for little Fans and grown-ups too.
A Perfect Day in Barcelona
All suites are provided with personalized butler service. Your butler will organize the perfect day: a picnic lunch on Costa Brava, a walking tour of modernist sites, a private visit to the recently opened Gaudi’s Casa Vicens or city activities for children.
Possibly the most beautiful science museum in Europe featuring a mini Amazon rainforest, planetarium and interactive activities for children.
CosmoCaixa offers regular workshops for children throughout the year such as Toca Toca, where kids get the chance to touch different creatures, Click, an interactive exhibit of touch, smell and discovery for ages 3 to 6 years and Flash, a scientific interactive activity for kids aged 7 to 9 years. Inside the museum, there is a geological wall made from 90 tons of rock and the rainforest has its own alligators, snakes and birds. The newly opened planetarium offers different shows during the day.
The Museum itself is over 2,000 square meters in size and is organized into three main exhibition areas. It also boasts a monographic collection on Ancient Egypt that is one of the best in Europe. The museum offers workshops for children and teenagers at the weekend and during holidays where kids can learn more about the land of the Pharaohs.
Considered the largest of its kind in Europe and offers an impressive range of marine life, the Barcelona Aquarium is a great choice for a family day out. The Aquarium organizes workshops for kids that are free with admission and run at different times throughout the day. You need to sign up for these on the day of your visit.
Meet the Sharks
In this activity for ages 6 years and over, discover some fascinating and little-known facts about sharks.
Penguins in Dinner Jackets
Did you know those penguins are birds that have adapted to marine life and that not all penguins live on the ice? Kids of 4 years and over can learn about some of the better-known species of penguins and visit the Humboldt penguins and talk to their keepers.
The bright, bold and vivid colours of Catalan artist Joan Miró are very appealing to children which makes the Fundació Joan Miró a good choice of an art gallery to head to with kids. The foundation also has a programme of children’s workshops and family shows at the weekends. The location of the gallery on the hill of Montjuic means that you can fit in a cultural stop whilst on a day out exploring the parks of Barcelona’s hill or combine with a visit to the Olympic stadium and museum.
The ongoing Miró en Familia activity is an opportunity to explore the exhibitions armed with a printed guide tailored to families. Children from 5-10 years old, accompanied by an adult, can collect the information at reception (in Catalan or Spanish).
The Font Màgica is an unmissable musical show featuring water fountains and coloured lights that make a wonderful after-dark treat for children.
Situated between Plaza Espanya and the Palau Nacional (home to the MNAC gallery), the fountains were created in 1929 for the World Exhibition and are a popular attraction in Barcelona. The shows run every 30 minutes with 15-minute breaks with times varying according to the time of year. You can watch the show from various points, on the steps of the MNAC gallery or in the various areas around the fountains. If you want a close-up view on a windy day, prepare to get a little wet! FREE Admission
Considered the first and unique SPORTS theme park in Europe and offering an impressive range of sports activities, the OpenCamp is a great choice for a family day out. Basket, football, moto, among other activities Located on the old and renovate it Olympic Museum & Stadium.
The Garden is the oldest of all those in Barcelona and a superb example of cultured and carefully manicured landscaping. The park includes a romantic garden with big trees and even a waterfall. In gardens are 55 hectares partially following the Gusto by neoclassical gardens, decorated with mythological sculptures.
Within the park is the “Sovereign Tower”, a former farmhouse of the fourteenth century, restored and redecorated in arabesque style during the nineteenth century. The vegetable labyrinth formed by trimmed cypress trees, the park is named and is a meeting place and recreation for all those, young and old, who come to this lovely place at the Tibidabo Mountain.
Ideally located near all of Barcelona’s major attractions, Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona enjoys an atmospheric setting on the prestigious Passeig de Gràcia. With contemporary interiors by revered designer Patricia Urquiola, the luxurious hotel rooms, Michelin starred restaurant and fantastic spa makes this exclusive hotel the perfect base to explore the Catalan capital.