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The Café Vienés—a hot spot for city intellectuals in the 1940s—has been re-created with plush velvet, silk cushions, and snaking sofas in warm, modern colors.
Near Sagrada Família, "in the heart of the arts district," this hotel is named for a Mallorcan society gentleman who purchased the building for his wife in the early 1900s. Full review →
Built in 1908, this mansion-turned-hotel is a Modernist masterpiece and one of the most expensive buildings ever constructed in Barcelona, due to the stunning white marble facade. Full review →
Originally designed by Domènech i Muntaner, this hotel is one of the city’s most prestigious and luxurious.
The rooms and public spaces reinforce the Moderniste theme with Gaudí-designed chairs, trencadis (polychrome broken-tile mosaic) floors, and Art Nouveau–inspired lamps, door handles, and fixtures. Full review →
Lauded Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí’s Casa Milà overshadows the buildings along Passeig de Gràcia, but just several blocks away is Hotel Casa Fuster, a piece from one of his modernist... Full review →Choose from different kinds of tasting menus for a gourmet feast.
Blends sheer luxury with first-rate state-of-the-art amenities... Some of L'Eixample's very best shops and historical monuments are virtually on your doorstep. Full review →
Designed by Catalan architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, Casa Fuster is a modernist masterpiece. Full review →
A 1908 private mansion turned hotel with a jazz club and rooftop pool on Barcelona’s Passeig de Gràcia. Full review →
This sumptuous Modernista mansion, built in 1908–11, is one of Barcelona’s most luxurious hotels. Full review →
This magnificent hotel occupies a beautiful Modernist building.
The 105-room Casa Fuster is an upscale historic boutique near high-end shopping and Modernist architecture. Full review →
Five-star-deluxe luxury with service to match.
Its prime location, near Barcelona's best boutiques, cafes, restaurants and bars, makes it a fine choice for tourists. Full review →
The 96 plush guestrooms are done up in shades of café con leche in this 1908 landmark building, the last designed by Lluis Domènech i Montaner. Full review →Book one of the east-facing rooms that look down the Passeig de Gràcia and let in ample morning sun.
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