Explore Top Finds near Your Renaissance Hotel

Top Finds

Hand-picked recommendations from around the world.

Looking for Chinese street food in London? How about boutiques in Long Beach? Or a pop-up speakeasy in Chicago?

Throw away the guidebook and get connected to what the locals know. Whatever you want to experience on your trip, we’re plugged in and on hand to help you explore the neighborhood.

Our Navigators have curated a list of some of the most fascinating ‘must do’ experiences from each of our Hotels’ neighborhoods.

We’ve collected memorable must-sees for every one of our destinations around the globe, giving you the inside scoop on the best each Renaissance Hotel location has to offer.


Colmado Murria

Visit this gourmet shop for the famed Iberian Ham, a Spanish specialty. Pair it with some cheese, wine and crackers for an impromptu picnic.
This deli is situated in the east Eixample District, and is housed in a Modernist building that was designed by Ramon Casas. It is famous for stocking the best products from every country like smoked salmon from Scotland, Norway and Canada, and the finest Spanish and Italian sausages. There are also about two hundred different kinds of cheese to choose from, and you will find a wide range of wines and spirits, meats, and chocolates from all over the world. 
Address: 85 Carrer de Roger de Llúria, Barcelona, 08009, Spain
Phone: +34 93 215 5789
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 09:00am-02:00pm Sat: 10:00am-02:00pm Mon-Sat: 05:00pm-08:30pm
chök barcelona – The chocolate kitchen - find
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chök barcelona – The chocolate kitchen

This store experiments with chocolate. Bonbons and macarons are prepared with chocolate from their secret recipe.
Chök is a kitchen dedicated to a contemporary approach to chocolate making. This store, in the heart of the city, creates exquisite chocolate-based delicacies and confections like macarons, churros, cupcakes, crisps, bonbons and gourmet apples. Their specialties are the doughnuts that double up as wall displays and look as great as they taste.
Address: 3 Carrer del Carme, Barcelona, 08001, Spain
Phone: +34 933 04 23 60
Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 09:30am 08:30pm
chök barcelona – The chocolate kitchen - find
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chök barcelona – The chocolate kitchen

This store experiments with chocolate. Bonbons and macarons are prepared with chocolate from their secret recipe.
Chök is a kitchen dedicated to a contemporary approach to chocolate making. This store, in the heart of the city, creates exquisite chocolate-based delicacies and confections like macarons, churros, cupcakes, crisps, bonbons and gourmet apples. Their specialties are the doughnuts that double up as wall displays and look as great as they taste.
Address: 3 Carrer del Carme, Barcelona, 08001, Spain
Phone: +34 933 04 23 60
Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 09:30am 08:30pm

Panjiayuan Market

Explore the diverse selection of this shop and find unique Chinese ceramics, jade beads, paintings, and other beautiful pieces.
Panjiayuan Flea Market is China's largest secondhand market. You will find all kinds of crafts, antiques, old furniture and periodicals on sale here. A must visit if you want to get your hands on some really good stuff at cheap prices. However, make sure you know the art of bargaining and are good in differentiating a real deal from a fake one. Open seven days a week, the market attracts both domestic as well as foreign tourists. Traders from all over China have their stalls put up in this market. Covering an area of 48,500 square meters, it is a place you can't afford to miss when in Beijing.
Address: 18 Hua Weili, Off Third Ring Road, Beijing, 100021, China
Phone: +86 10 5120 4673
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 08:30 AM to 06:00 PM,Saturday to Sunday from 04:30 AM to 06:00 PM

Panjiayuan Market

Explore the diverse selection of this shop and find unique Chinese ceramics, jade beads, paintings, and other beautiful pieces.
Panjiayuan Flea Market is China's largest secondhand market. You will find all kinds of crafts, antiques, old furniture and periodicals on sale here. A must visit if you want to get your hands on some really good stuff at cheap prices. However, make sure you know the art of bargaining and are good in differentiating a real deal from a fake one. Open seven days a week, the market attracts both domestic as well as foreign tourists. Traders from all over China have their stalls put up in this market. Covering an area of 48,500 square meters, it is a place you can't afford to miss when in Beijing.
Address: 18 Hua Weili, Off Third Ring Road, Beijing, 100021, China
Phone: +86 10 5120 4673
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 08:30 AM to 06:00 PM,Saturday to Sunday from 04:30 AM to 06:00 PM