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Oozing of discreet elegance, the Cotton House Hotel, Autograph Collection made a grand entry as a boutique accommodation in 2015. Set in the gorgeous 19th-century old headquarters of the Cotton Textile Foundation, much care was taken to include the history of the place in its decor. The result is a graceful combination of the old and new. Themed rooms based on cotton fabrics will beckon you in for a sumptuous stay. Two majestic stairways at the lobby will lead you to your respective rooms, giving the whole place a certain whimsical feeling that is appealing. Kids have separate toiletries and bathrobes. They can play a variety of games on the Nintendo Wii provided in the room. Avail of spa services for some pampering indulgence. Dine at their sublime restaurant and bar, Batuar. Take a refreshing dip in their lavish outdoor pool. Get bespoke garments from their atelier on-site. Get to know the city through their excellent concierge service, Gossypium. Personalized and customized, exploring Barcelona will be unique with their help.
Located in the heart of Barcelona is the grand and classy H 1898. The hotel is in sync with the world-class services and facilities. Spacious rooms punctuated with wooden flooring exude warmth. Colonial influence over the décor is very evident. Bamboo and other exotic plants complete the picture. Health conscious people can exercise at the state of the art fitness center. Fashionistas can continue their beauty regime at the spa or simply drown the worries in the aquatic zone. Be it a conference or a training session, the meeting room is well-equipped to successfully carry out all the events.
This hotel offers excellent views of the cathedral situated directly opposite. It was built in 1951 with an impressive facade that was given a facelift for the 1992 Olympic Games. The bright and spacious bedrooms are decorated in warm pastel tones that help create a sense of space. Request one that overlooks the cathedral square. Media photographers paid premium rates to hire them so they could get the best pictures of Infanta Cristina's wedding. Visit the website for reservations and more details.
An important example of modernist architecture set in the heart of the Ramblas that is on a par with the Palau de la Música in terms of style. The well-known architect Domenech i Montaner designed the ground floor in 1902, where the restaurant is now located. He decorated the area in ceramic tiles with floral motifs and elaborate carpentry. The Modernist painter Ramón Casas also created ceramic tiles for this area, and the huge fireplace is the work of sculptor Eusebi Arnau. Some of the tastefully furnished bedrooms look on to the beautiful interior patio. Book well in advance.
This boutique property occupies a series of ancient buildings in the city's historic Gothic Quarter. The buildings were restored to their former glory through a meticulous restoration program before opening up as a hotel. Expectedly, the entire property exudes an old-world charm. The rooms incorporate a harmonious mix of the building's original features and modern design. Elegant furnishings and modern conveniences ensure a pleasant stay. Enjoy dining in a leafy courtyard setting at the Mercerino. Vermut Mercerino, the hotel's second restaurant is a casual affair serving tapas in a historic ambiance. Unwind with exquisite cocktails at the Cocktail Lounge. Terrace, the hotel's delightful rooftop space has a poolside bar and affords excellent views over the historic quarter. Check website for bookings and more.