What once was a family space where commerce and silk and cotton merchants coexisted, is now divided into 6 suites, each named after the family who left an everlasting mark on El Palauet.
Passeig de Gracia, 113 (08008)
Paseo de Gracia is one of the most representative streets of late 19th and early 20th century Barcelona. This central boulevard is a showcase of architecture, including buildings by Gaudí and his contemporaries, such as Casa Batlló, Casa Ametller, Casa Lleó i Morera and La Pedrera. The latter has become a museum of Gaudí's work. In its surroundings, art, leisure and the most select stores live together in perfect harmony.
For when you want to go out for a drink, lunch, or dinner without going too far. You have the best wineries and restaurants “walking distance” just 5 minutes away from El Palauet.
The most emblematic monuments of Barcelona are located to the right of the hotel. Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, and museums are all within walking distance and do not require any transportation.
Paseo de Gracia is the most coveted shopping center in all of Barcelona. You can find the best stores while walking down one of the iconic streets of Barcelona. Did you know that the street lamps and benches were designed by the same architect who built El Palauet?