We were four so we splited into two rooms for two styles at this hotel. One room is at floor one - small bathroom but with a very nice terrace that opens you to see your neighborhood, really nice and just great space. The other room is on floor six, bigger and better as for the size and facilities - LCD TV and a separate shower cell. But no terrace, just a huge beautiful view from tall wide glass window overlooking tops of buildings nearby. I got to stay at the room on the sixth floor and found it really nice. The breakfast was quite good but I love watching people so I ended up eating at a café nearby most of the time. What stood out from this hotel and their staff and the decoration of the hotel. People there are really nice. Young and super friendly. (Note: I changed from Hotel Pulitzer to this hotel because Pulitzer did not give us anything we said in the reservation and worse, the staff at Pulitzer were not very nice. We found it weird and disappointing since any other Catalan people are super nice. ) And ok back to this hotel, another thing i like is its design. It's contemporary and chic. I especially love the elevator and the stairs that kinda embrace the elevator from ground floor to floor six. It's a beauty. One thing is that you must beware of that one step down whenever you walk into the hotel. I didn't have any accident but every of my friend missed it so just be careful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Sixtytwo Hotel Barcelona is the perfect hotel for those who enjoy the finer things in life and who appreciate privacy and personalised service. Located on the emblematic Paseo de Gracia surrounded by Barcelona’s best shopping, it is right in the heart of the latest fashion trends and Gaudi’s most representative buildings. The Sixtytwo is an authentic boutique hotel where design and modernism harmonise perfectly.Located between Gaudi’s Casa Batlló and La Pedrera, The Sixtytwo has preserved its 1897 modernist façade and interiors and coupled them with designer furnishings. Tasteful touches courtesy of Moooi, Vitra, B&B and Philippe Starck give life to the hotel lobby and lounge, while the comfort of its 45 rooms is in part thanks to televisions by Bang&Olufsen, telephones by Jacob Jensen, taps by Tangent, Etro bathroom products, iPod stations, intelligent lighting systems and Nespresso coffee machines. At The Sixtytwo, all guests enjoy complimentary internet access. Our breakfast offer, including both a buffet prepared with fresh quality products as well as dishes à la carte cooked to order, will not leave you indifferent.The Sixtytwo Cocktail Lounge is open from 5pm until midnight. With a peaceful and cosmopolitan ambience, it is a meeting point for those in search of an extended wine list and a varied gin and tonic selection. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 62 Hotel