Barcelona Hotel 1898
The charm and seduction of the Barcelona Hotel 1898 lie both within the impeccable restoration of its facade as well as in the studied and elegant interior design, executed by Rosa Roselló and her team, who have combined colonial touches with the finest materials and the latest trends in design, for a final look that blends beautifully with the exotic and elegant photographs of Maria Espeus. The Barcelona Hotel 1898 is built in the structure that was once home to the Philippine Tobacco Company. It was built in 1881 by Catalan architect Josep Oriol Mestres. After a series of remodelings in the early 20th century, the building was home to the offices of the tobacco company and several financial entities, until just a few years ago. The Barcelona Hotel 1898 has suites with private pool and gardens, and four categories of rooms, which are each soundproof and equipped with the finest finishings and technologies. It also has five conference rooms, restaurants, bars, cafes, a library, and a Business Center with free internet access (ADSL and wireless). To stay fit or just to relax, visit the hotel gym, with outdoor pool, solarium, and state-of-the-art spa. The 1898 Hotel's fabulous location gives its guests total access to all the major attractions in Barcelona, like Plaça Catalunya, Liceu Opera House, the Boqueria Marketplace, Casa Batlló, the Cathedral, the port, the Born area and several museums, including the Picasso Museum and the Contemporary Art Museum. And because it is located right in the heart of town, the Barcelona Hotel 1898 is easily accessible through public transport. Different metro lines, buses, night buses, tour buses, taxi stops and regional trains all have stops located conveniently close by, to help you get around the city.
La Rambla, 109, Barcelona---Old-City-El-Raval, 08002View Larger Map