ABaC

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Sant Gervasi - la Bonanova

Located in a historic home, this design hotel combines a boutique feel with all the trappings of a five-star property: a beautiful spa with a hammam; luxury guest rooms with hardwood floors, Jacuzzis, and rainfall showers; and a Michelin two-star restaurant. In fact, one of the main reasons to book a room here is for easy access chef Jordi Cruz’s menu, which is creative but approachable. (Don’t miss dishes like smoke steak tartare and tuna belly with macaroni in ponzu sauce, well-loved and ordered often by the restaurant’s regulars.) The hotel is a bit north of the city center in an affluent neighborhood with parks and green spaces so patios look out over a leafy canopy of trees rather than a cityscape. A Zen-inspired garden off of the restaurant patio only adds to the serenity. (Rooms, from $250)

ABaC
Av. Tibidabo, 1Barcelona, Spain
34-9/3319-6600

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