Barcelona is home to a wide array of fascinating architecture, but it is also the perfect place to enjoy the Spanish weather within an inspiring urban fabric. In this bustling city we find the El Palauet Hotel – a wonderful five-story remembrance of an era long gone, but still capable of inducing a feeling of luxurious contempt. Built by architect Pere Falqués in 1906, the fantastic small palace rests on Barcelona’s most exclusive boulevard – Passeig de Gràcia.
Showcasing the Catalan version of Art Nouveau known as Modernisme, the sumptuous building has seen its revival and continues to extend the influence of amazing hospitality into the future. Six exclusive suites – each with two bedrooms and two bathrooms – await guests to offer them an unforgettable experience. Travelers can enjoy the living room, dining and kitchen spaces, as well as east-facing balconies and west-facing terraces with views over the surroundings. A powerful collection of contemporary details mark the fascinating display of luxury – pieces by Charles and Ray Eames, Mies van der Rohe, Philippe Starck, Arne Jacobsen, Ero Saarinen, Warren Platner or Antonio Citterio adorn the extraordinary interiors, creating a stunning atmosphere.