Hotel Bagués, Barcelona
On the edge of Las Ramblas sits a small, luxurious boutique named Hotel Bagués – a stunning hotel which blends Catalan Modernism and cutting-edge Art Nouveau design. Set in an enviable neighbourhood, close to all the attractions Barcelona offers, this sophisticated museum hotel is ideal for discerning guests seeking stylish accommodation and a personalized service. Nestled inside historic El Regulador Palace, the building dates to 1850, and was once a family jewellery workshop.
At the head of Las Ramblas, at the entrance to the medieval Gothic Quarter, Hotel Bagués is ideally placed for visitors who wish to delve deep into the city’s history. Stroll down bustling Las Ramblas with its flower stalls and street entertainers, then pop into La Boqueria market to pick up picnic supplies for a day at the Barceloneta Beach 10 minutes’ walk away. After dark is the perfect time to explore the Gothic Quarter. The narrow labyrinth streets come alive with a cacophony of sounds emitting from tapas bars, bodegas and shops open until late.
Your Room + Facilities
Hotel Bagués lends itself to all types of traveller, whether visiting the city with friends, on business, as a couple, or part of a larger group. Guest rooms are elegantly decorated with feature pieces and a blend of rich colours and textures. Many accommodations have exceptional views of Las Ramblas or the local church, and there’s a small Juliette balcony in some rooms so you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the city without leaving your room! All guest accommodations boast hardwood floors, en-suite bathrooms, individual climate control, satellite TV, and free WiFi. There’s also a Nespresso coffee machine in the deluxe rooms – perfect for a pick-me-up before you venture out onto the Barcelona streets again.
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