The master suite with floor to ceiling bay window
Boutique accommodation with serious character
To get a truly unique experience of Barcelona living, check in to the chic El Palauet apartments. This spectacular turn of the century listed building, was designed for a noble Spanish family in 1906. Now converted into six stunning suites (serviced apartments), it offers a quintessentially Catalan experience.
With it’s original, modernist interiors and elaborate features, such as high ceilings with ornate, Art Deco chandeliers, decorative, wooden carved stair cases and decadent, mosaic flooring, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d stepped back to a bygone era.
The light filled rooms come equipped with all the latest Bang & Olufson technology, including sound and lighting options, to create the perfect mood, which all blends seamlessly in with the modernist decor.
Beautiful, stone balconies and terraces look out over the iconic, shopping streets of Passeig de Gracia. Each apartment features ultra high spec bedrooms, futuristic, white bathrooms and modern kitchen/entertaining areas, so it genuinely feels like a home away from home. A very luxurious one at any rate.
This summer sees the introduction of a new rooftop plunge pool and terrace, which is even more reason to immerse yourself in this hidden gem of a hotel. El Palauet is oozing with character, it’s a wonderfully authentic and unique experience for the slightly more discerning traveller.
Elegant bright, light filled bedroomsChic modernist interiors
The decorative facade of the mansionThe piece de resistance – the new rooftop pool and sun terrace with beautiful views over Passeig de Gracia.
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