Hotel Omm

Courtesy Hotel Omm
Dreta de l'Eixample

In sharp contrast to many other Barcelona hotel properties, Hotel Omm is located in a futuristic modern building—the limestone façade looks like peeled back book pages. In a city that’s never been one to shrink from avant-garde architecture, it’s plausible this Juli Capella–designed building may one day become a classic. The owner of the hotel, Rosa Maria Esteva, began her career as a restaurateur so it’s no surprise the Omm lobby and lounge is a destination for locals and guests in search of good food and a lively atmosphere. Michelin one-star restaurant Roca Moo is overseen by the same team as El Celler de Can Roca in Girona, the reigning world’s best restaurant, and the breakfast buffet served in Roca Bar goes a step further than many of the other Barcelona hotels, with offerings like Sicilian-blood orange juice and homemade pastries like anise-flecked brioche. The hotel’s 91 guestrooms are simple and functional with oak parquet floors, hand-woven rugs, and modern canopy beds. (Rooms, from $220)

Hotel Omm
Rosselló, 265Barcelona, Spain
34-9/3445-4000

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