Just minutes away from Plaça de Catalunya and Barceloneta Beach, Ohla Barcelona is a luxury hotel and historic Catalonian landmark. The lavish building sits next to some of the city’s highest-rated restaurants, including Luigi Ristorante – Via Laietana and Asian Ways (Gótico). Moreover, the hotel’s neighborhood boasts various posh retail stores.
Ohla Barcelona is full of traditional Spanish art. Pieces by Joan Priego and Samuel Salcedo line the building’s walls. Each of the hotel’s 74 rooms has contemporary furniture, wooden floors, and local artwork. There are standard rooms, ranging from 25 SQ M to 31 SQM, and a handful of suites.
The Ohla Barcelona’s Caelis restaurant features contemporary cuisine and an open kitchen and fine dining room headed by Chef Romain Fornell. The dining does not stop there; the hotel also has a gastronomic and tapas bar – La Plassohla. This hip eatery can host up to 60 guests and has stunning views of Carrer Comtal.
Ohla Barcelona offers excellent services to its guests – a personal shopper, driver, a bath butler, and a fitness curator. On the top of the hotel, there’s a rooftop pool that measures 13 metres in length. Guests can enjoy a drink on the rooftop while taking in astonishing views of the surrounding city.