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Better location in Barcelona?

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My wife and I are going to Barcelona for the first time in October for 4 nights. I have booked two hotels and I am unsure which I should cancel. Both hotels seem nice enough and are comparably priced. My question is which is a better location. Also, if you are familiar with the actual hotels your comments are appreciated. Here they are with info as to their general location):
1. Barceló Raval
Rambla del Raval, 17-21
Barcelona 08001 ES
( 5 minutes walk to the Gothic Quarter, to Las Ramblas, Plaza de Cataluña)

2. Ofelias Hotel
Carrer de Llanca, 24
Barcelona 08015 ES
(located in Eixample of Barcelona and in front of the Shopping Centre Las Arenas, one minute to the main door of the Fira de Barcelona and Parque Montjuïc.

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