Heritage runs riot at the Cotton House Hotel; formerly the residence of the Cotton Textile Foundation, which becomes evident when you discover the small details of the hotel that all pay tribute to its fascinating past. At the beginning of 2015, the building was acquired by hotel connoisseurs and transformed into a sophisticated luxury hotel with a captivating story to tell.
What makes this hotel unique is the preservation of the defining features and functionalities of the former property, including the iconic spiral staircase that dates back to 1957 and still remains to dazzle its guests to this day.
The central location of the Cotton House Hotel makes it's rather convenient to access Barcelona's many enchanting districts, being within a 10-minute walk to Las Ramblas and the aesthetic Gothic Quarter.
Housing 83 rooms, guests have a range of different styles and sizes to choose from, with all rooms incorporating bespoke luxury furnishings designed to focus on simplicity and comfort.
The in-house restaurant Batuar is well loved by its visitors for its classy yet contemporary interiors and its dynamic atmosphere. Serving traditional Catalan dishes, the restaurant aims to preserve the cultural heritage of the property through its cuisine.
The bar is one of the hidden gems of the hotel, previously winning awards for its expert mixologists that create innovative cocktails you've never seen before. The Library bar is a particularly characterful spot to enjoy one of their alcoholic creations and wind down after a day of adventure.
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 670
Barcelona - Spain
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