You will find Monument Hotel perfectly located opposite the celebrated La Pedrera building, and a few metres from Casa Batlló. Close to the many points of architectural and cultural interest that make Barcelona one of the most attractive and cosmopolitan cities in Europe.
The pre-modernist heritage that emanates from its walls, its exclusive luxury services, its varied and attractive range of cuisine under the direction of Martín Berasategui and its location are the calling cards for Barcelona’s chicest visitors.
Housed in an imposing mansion of neo-Gothic inspiration, the EnricBatlló House, which was built between 1895 and 1896 by the pre-modernist architect, Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas, as commissioned by the industrialist, EnricBatlló.
The facade of the building, one of the most artistic and aesthetically significant on Paseo de Gracia, strikes for its bright polychromy, resulting from the combination of various materials, such as brickwork, stone, ceramic and wrought iron.
The renovation project of the Monument Hotel was carried out by the architects, Oscar Tusquets, in the preliminary design, and Carles Basso and Tote Moreno, in collaboration with the interior designer, Mercè Borrell.
Gastronomy is one of the main commitments of Monument Hotel. Martín Berasategui, the Spanish chef holding 7 Michelin stars, boasts his fine cuisine, which can be tasted in the different hotel bars and restaurants.
The combination of design spaces and modernist elements, the emphasis on light and the combination of fine materials and textures make the Monument Hotel a timeless luxury hotel with its own personality. Try it out for yourself.