Located two minutes from the shopping and cultural attractions of Passeig de Gracia, this centrally located modern hotel provides a convenient base for exploring Antonio Gaudi’s modernist architecture. The Gothic Quarter is a 15-minute walk away. Minimalist design touches include mirrored pillars and large brown sofas in the bar. The hotel accommodates mainly businesspeople and couples.
The imposing facade is entered via wrought iron gates embossed with gold. Concierge and reception desks are located discretely to the left of the entrance and an enormous chandelier dominates the foyer. In the high-ceilinged Hall Bar businessmen and leisure guests meet in a space brimming with large mirrors, inviting sofas, bronze statues, and marble pillars.
The largest hotel in the city is also the tallest building in Spain. Despite having almost 500 guest rooms, it maintains a calm and relaxed ambience. Over 1,000 works of art are displayed the walls, and the hotel also has acres of marble and plenty of greenery. Its outdoor areas enjoy sea breezes. The hotel attracts a 50/50 split of business and leisure travelers.
When you’re in Barcelona, why settle for anything less than the best? Start your vacation with a classy and extravagant bang by staying at the five-star hotels in Barcelona. Very few hotels in the world can rival the opulence and exquisite service offered in these hotels. The city itself is renowned for fine living and gastronomic treats. It is, thus, no wonder that a stay in any of the five-star hotels in Barcelona will truly be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for weary travelers. Continue reading