If this room could talk, it would tell us that Doña Bonaventura Ferrer used it as her inspirational space. She read, painted, knitted, wrote, and contemplated new material trends for her textile company, making it one of the most idyllic spaces reserved exclusively for her.
With a modernist style, each of the suites offers unique ceilings, among the 57 distinguished ceilings that adorn El Palauet. In addition, guests will have a suite ambassador available 24 hours a day, attentive to their needs and desires.
This suite offers views of the Pompeia Convent and Tibidabo mountain through a spectacular modernist semicircular stained-glass window with floral decorations. The spacious suite spans 150m2 and features Corian elements with backlighting that showcase the essence of El Palauet, blending contemporary and modernist styles. The living room ceiling displays a wonderful composition of polychrome relief floral decorations in modernist style.
Includes: Kitchen – Refrigerator – Ceramic hob – Microwave- Iron – Sink – Independent living room – Desk – Terrace – Round bathtub – Television – Air conditioning – Mini bar – Free wifi internet – Carpeted floor – Sauna – Rainfall shower – Possibility of breakfast in the room – Bathroom amenities – Shower – Separate bathtub and shower – Slippers – American kitchen – Dishwasher – Oven – Tableware – Coffee/tea maker – Living room – Sitting area Sofa – Balcony – Dressing room – Telephone – Heating – Free safe – Free tablet (iPad or similar) – Wake-up service – Capsule coffee maker – Paid laundry and dry cleaning – Soundproof windows – Pillow menu – Bathtub with shower – Hairdryer – Makeup mirror – Bathrobe – Chromotherapy lights – 4 daily waters – Welcome pack – Alarm – 24-hour reception – Breakfast / lunch / dinner services.
Here, among fabrics, sketches, and conversations that lasted until the early hours of the morning, Jose Matheu closed all his textile company contracts with clients, accompanied by the clinking of ice and the scent of Davidoff cigars.
Formerly known as ‘The Card Room,’ this intimate and family-oriented space was where they played games such as brisca, chinchón, pocha, or cinquillo.
The room that the family chose for their first child.