Majestic Hotel & Spa

Courtesy Majestic Hotel
Dreta de l'Eixample

This palatial hotel, open since 1918 on Passeig del Gràcia, is still owned by the Soldevila-Casals family. Members of the family even lived at the hotel for several decades and so, while it is undeniably luxurious, it also feels personal. Hallways and common areas are decorated with pieces from their personal art collection and the hotel embraces its spot on the fashionable street with a Chanel boutique adjacent to the lobby and a fashion tea in El Bar, where shoppers and hotel guests can sample éclairs designed by the likes of Jimmy Choo. A 30 million euro renovation in 2013 gave the property a much-needed refresh, including an expanded lobby and more contemporary-Catalan inspired guest rooms. Each sports white wood paneled walls with striped fabric inserts and pristine Ibiza marble bathrooms. (Rooms, from $340)

Majestic Hotel & Spa
Passeig de Gràcia, 68Barcelona, Spain

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