COLONIAL HOTEL IN BARCELONA
|20 minutes from the Barcelona airport|
|12 rooms - 500m² |
up to 500 people
During the 19th century, the industrial revolution converted Barceona into a city among the most advanced and industrial in Spain. The city needed to grow, so its medieval walls were demolished. In 1859, the construction of the L'Eixample neighborhood shaped a new city. At first, this hotel was a seminary council until, in 1881, the architect Josep Oriol Mestres transformed it into a private residence for the Lopez family and where Marquis de Comillas, Lopez, headquartered his business, The Tobaco Company of the Phillipines. Today, the sophisticated hotel is at the bustling heart of Barcelona. The unique location gives this establishment a major advantage for its guests to easliy discover the local treasures.