The Catalan family who own the hotel could not be named for privacy reasons but whoever they are it is clear that these people know something about interior design and how to achieve the almost impossible – creating a completely modern space in a heritage building that opened in 1906 whilst still paying homage and respect to the original features. A blend not many can successfully achieve.
Out of the six suites our favourite comes with a stunning semi circular stained glass window and views of the pompeya convent and tibidabo mountain. Please enter the Mezzanine Tibidabo suite.
Sized at 150m2 it comes with two bedrooms with ensuite bathroom, a large terrace, a living room, a dining room and a kitchen.
Your personal assistant will be there to attend to your every need at whatever time of the day or night. Not that you will need much help as the suite is managed by a home automation system, another beautiful example of modernism mixed with the heritage of the original ceilings basking proudly above you and showcased through carefully constructed lighting tiers all changeable with the touch of your finger.
If you crave some relaxation head to the rooftop to soak in views of the city, and enjoy a selection of Spanish wines, beers, soft drinks and snacks or unwind within the private spa. Be sure to take a walk around and to admire the many incredible interiors to be found. In particular the chandelier first installed in early 19th century containing over 14,000 bohemian crystals.