21st-century ultra-modern decor and luxuries harmonize with the preserved 1906 modernista (Art Nouveau) artistry of this landmark suite only boutique hotel.
Six two-bedroom, two-bath, extremely spacious apartment-style suites (1,615 square feet), can accommodate up to four guests. Similar in layout, the suites feature a fully-equipped kitchen, dining room, living room, stellar contemporary furnishings, and state-of-the-art technology throughout.
Guests enjoy utmost privacy at the rooftop private spa and terrace. Spa facilities include a wooden Finnish sauna, treatment rooms and massage tables, outdoor saltwater jacuzzi with hydro-massage “beds”, and solarium for sun tanning.The bar and al-fresco lounge area are ideal for yoga, simply relaxing, or for gatherings.
A personal assistant is assigned to each suite throughout your stay: multilingual, knowledgeable about Barcelona tourism, museums, shopping, entertainment and dining, they can make all your arrangements.
The building , the rooms , the staff ... they were all amazing! Best choise ever! Situated in the heart of the city, a quiet part of Paseig de Gracia in comparison to the lower part. The staff was amazing, very helpfull and always trying to meet your desires. The atmosphere from El Palauet surrounds your heart and transcends to a different time and place. It’s like you are reliving the early 20th century with all the novelty and technology from nowadays. We were truely mesmerised with the place! We will definetly return! Try it! At least once! You won’t regret it! It’s a place you’ll remember for the rest of your life! Congratulations to all the team from El Palauet and many thanks for making our short stay so amazing!
It is really an upmarket serviced apartment, more than a hotel - but the rooms are so large and beautifully designed, so Catalonian and comfortable, we wished we spent more time here to be honest. 24/7 concierge, they cooked us breakfast and bought us food on arrival after a long haul flight, staff were great. A great place to stay that really feels like you're in Barcelona, instead of some chain hotel where you could be anywhere. Had 2 kids with us and they loved it too. Easy walk to so many of Barcelonas major attractions. I'd stay again.
We just spent 5 nights right on Passeig de Gràcia, in one of the most beautiful buildings dating back to 1902. The mix is heritage and modern with all the technology at your fingertips. Our 150m2 suite was beautifully decorated with painted relief ceilings, stained glass windows, mirrored kitchens, crisp and comfortable beds, rain showers and tub and... balconies over looking the street. We couldn’t have asked for more. The service was great, from the team (and our Ed Sheehan lookalike😁) always eager to assist. Best location, super easy to get anywhere from here, what a proper spot. Barcelona you are amazing, and El Palauet...we will be back.
1. No hot water in shower 2. Phone broken 3. No one at front desk most of the time 4. Laundry returned damp Completely disorganized place - ever see Fawlty Towers? This is it. Think of it as a poorly run bed and breakfast. dd in terms of experience or recommendations and seem generally indifferent. Thanks
We stayed in the Principal Passeig de Gracia 24-271017. We would concur with the majority of the comments below. The hotel apartment concept is excellent and rare (depending on your view of Airbnb) and El Palauet does it well in Barcelona. Location, quality and size are commensurate with the cost. There are issues with the privacy of the en-suites (gaps, glass, mirrors and limited doors) and confusion over what is and what is not included in breakfast when breakfast is part of the deal, but these are subjective and solvable respectively. Sadly, our 3 night stay was marred by the major renovation works next door. The masonry drilling and jack hammers start at 0800 and continue to reverberate periodically until 1630; interspersed with deliveries of skips, building supplies and so on. Sleep is impossible beyond 0800. I would guess that this work will be going on for months if not a year given the size and scope. El Palauet just seem resigned to the disruption but I'm not sure guests paying their rates would take the same view.…