DISCOVER THE TOP BOUTIQUE HOTELS IN BARCELONA
Staying in one of our recommended boutique hotels in Barcelona is the way to go if you think that chain hotels might be convenient but lack of personality: you will be surrounded by a cozy atmosphere while enjoying the same commodities that you’ll get in a more well known venue.
Here is our choice of the best boutique hotels in Barcelona:
When thinking about small luxury hotels in Barcelona, definitely this is one of our favorite: this modernist building designed by the architect Domènech i Muntaner became one of the first boutique hotels to open in Barcelona. There is nothing their staff (specially their concierges) can’t do for you!
The Bagués family has been one of the most renowned jewelry names in Barcelona for over a century, and now they got together with the local hotel company Derby to transform one of their headquarters into one of the best boutique hotels in Barcelona. A gorgeous building, where you can also visit their private collection of designs. The jewel of La Rambla!
This medieval mansion between the Cathedral and the Jewish quarter is an oasis of class and charm. Its restaurant is quite impressive, and make sure to visit the rooftop: like a forest overlooking the city!
Trendy and discreet at the same time, this is the boutique sister of the elegant Hotel Majestic. Located in the more quieter Rambla Catalunya, the location is great for shopping and eating.
It’s colonial decoration will remind you of the old times when the building used to be the headquarters of the company that imported tobacco from the Philippine Islands. Great cocktail bar with friendly waiters, and an awesome rooftop as well makes it enter our list of top boutique hotels in Barcelona.
As you can see, there are plenty of gorgeous places to stay in, plus the best boutique hotels in Barcelona are located quite centrally, what adds up to a great experience in town.
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Here is our boutique hotel recommendation for gourmets: it features a gastronomic restaurant, a tapas bar in their outdoor terrace and a cocktail bar in the rooftop in the summer. It’s interior design is surprising but warm at the same time, and even if the area tends to be busy and noisy in the summer, the rooms are isolated to ensure a good night rest.
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