The middle child of the family was born on August 19th and was named after the saint of Magín. Like his mother, he preferred independence and running through the mountains of Collserola, which is why the floral decoration on the ceiling was essential for him to feel like he was in his favorite space.
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 150m2 suite boasts stunning views of Paseo de Gracia through its two balconies, two independent bedrooms connected by a living room where guests are obliged to gaze at the high relief floral and vegetable decorations on the ceiling. Each bedroom comes with a complete bathroom. But that’s not all, the suite also includes a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, and a lounge. Our suite reveals a blend of contemporary modernism that combines the classic modernism of 1906 with contemporary design.
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 – Television integrated into mirror – 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.
There was a time when this space was dedicated to the youngest member of the family.
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