Behind its neoclassical façade, Ohla Hotel combines minimalist interiors with a red-hot rooftop pool and Michelin-starred restaurant. This former department store on the site of an old palace was renovated with assistance from artist and sculptor Frederic Amat, whose surreal ceramic "eyes" adorn the building.
An à la carte room personalization service is available on request; choose your pillows, amenities, and even the aroma of your sheets.
After you’ve soaked up the Catalan rooftop rays and let yourself loose with Max and Giuseuppe in the cocktail bar, you’ll want to see what the rest of Barcelona has to offer. Take a wander through the narrow streets of the Barrio Gotico, pausing to peer into the tiny boutiques along Calle Avinyo and the tapas bars of Calle Ferran. If your cards need a workout, then head to nearby El Corte Ingles for a dose of Spain’s favorite department store. For designer labels, head over to Paseo de Grácia. You’ll find more independent and unusual shops in the El Born area. The city is an exhilarating mix of Gothic and Spanish modernist architecture; Gaudi’s Casa Battlo and La Pedrera are two of the most visually exciting examples. Have drinks on the strikingly surreal roof of the latter, with views over the city.
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Amazing !!! Best place for dinner was Restaurant BarcelonitaS on Pier!! Drink lots of San Miguels and Sangria, and hang out on Las Ramblas..