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Owned by notable art collector and Egyptologist Jordi Clos, Hotel Claris occupies Palacio Vedruna, an 18th-century palace that was remodeled in 1992. Full review →
Inside is a small museum of pre-Colombian art, some of which also decorates the suites. Guests get free admission to the Museu Egipci, run by the hotel owner.
Acclaimed as one of Barcelona's best hotels, the Claris is a mélange of design and tradition, as is evident from the building itself. Full review →
A genuine luxurious treat... State-of-the-art electronic accessories are in turn complemented by exotically unusual artwork ranging from Turkish kilims to Hindu sculptures. Full review →
Located just off Paseo de Gracia, Claris is a mix of classic decor and a slightly hipster vibe. Full review →
Lovingly restored neoclassical palace in the Eixample district with an outdoor pool, a swank rooftop restaurant and a buzzy cocktail bar. Full review →
Inside the fine 19th-century Palacio Verdura lurks one of the city's best-known designer digs.
Offers a perfect fusion of tradition, cutting-edge design and technology.
A former palace, the luxurious 124-room Hotel Claris is conveniently located... the gorgeous rooms are quiet and creative with Egyptian-inspired art objects and marble bathrooms. Full review →
Very select five-star-deluxe hotel.
In an enviable location, near Passeig de Gracia and La Pedrera, this successful high-end hotel is the design-conscious flagship from homegrown hero Derby Hotels Full review →
The rooms are filled with original artwork and unexpected accents of rich color, such as deep-purple bedspreads and matching curtains. Full review →Located one block from the bustling Passeig de Gràcia, the late-night traffic can be noisy; book a room on the fifth or sixth floor for a quieter stay.
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