Bullfighting, tapa bars, paella, Pedro Almodovar and flamenco are some of the typical clichés that come to mind when one thinks of Spain. Fortunately however, everyone knows that there is more to a country than clichés, and this could not be more true than in the case of Spain. Above all, it’s a land of geographical contrasts with vast arid regions, the vacationer’s paradise, the Costa del Sol and the mountainous north of the country all form a difficult to assemble jigsaw puzzle, not to mention the different languages spoken such as Castilian, Catalonian and Basque. Spain is rich in culture as well as in an often dramatic history but one which has created and shaped a proud, warm and hospitable people. Barcelona embodies all of these aspects. It’s a city founded by the Romans, located between the mountains and the sea, and rich in an extraordinary cultural heritage, notably the incredible architectural accomplishments of Antonio Gaudi. Barcelona has a long tradition of being a festive city as well as a choice tourist destination. What is truly striking is the number chic and trendy hotels that have sprung up here in the last ten years. Although it’s often hard to decide in which one to stay, some of the hotels really stand out.
The Hotel Pulitzer is a luxury boutique hotel and proud of it! There’s nothing hidden here. Everything is ostentatious, and wherever one looks, there’s style, style and more style! Located in the Eixample quarter, just a few steps from the legendary and pedestrian Ramblas with its chic boutiques and on a street which leads directly to the Cathedral Plaza, the trendy and chic Pulitzer opened in 2004. The building, which dates back to the 1920s was totally modernized while leaving intact the original façade. The Pulitzer’s strong personality is obvious as soon as you enter the lobby. The soft, deep leather sofas are an invitation to relax and act as representatives of the pure Barcelona style that runs throughout the hotel. Lacquered bookcases and contemporary works of art add tremendous charm to the common areas, not to mention the Baroque Sicilian altar which serves as the reception desk and the gigantic floral compositions. The rooms are no less charming with leather, of course, dark wood, high quality furniture and high tech material. The bathrooms, tiled in gray stone, prolong the effect. Luxurious, cool and cosmopolitan, the Pulitzer is a true contemporary urban hotel with a restaurant concept equal to all the rest. The Visit is a threefold experience. The first, called simply, The Visit, specializes in updated Mediterranean cuisine, and is located in a greenhouse. The Visit Up, is open in summer and is on the roof, with a décor inspired by Bali. Finally, The Visit Cocktail Bar and Easy Food offers light dishes at any time of day or night.
The work carried out on the lighting, especially in the lobby, makes the Pulitzer one of the city’s most popular meeting places. A number of bay windows magnify the magnificent light of day in a spectacular manner.
Four stars / Member Grupo Regina Hoteles / Design / Filled with natural light / Urban oasis / Interior garden / Restaurant with Mediterranean & creative cuisine / Cocktail bar / Nearby fitness center, Holmes Place / Bike rental / Babysitting service
Open all year
92 rooms and suites
Double occupancy from 155 euros
Barcelona El Prat International Airport (BCN) - Barcelona
HOTEL PULITZER BARCELONA
Calle Bergara, 8
No time difference
Mediterranean climate for most of the country (dry, hot summers and mild winters)
National ID card or valid passport
No vaccinations required
The euro (EUR)
Valencian, Galician and Basque are official languages in their regions of origin.
English and French in tourist areas
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+33 1 75 43 70 26 *Our reservation department is always happy to assist you via phone or via email. We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 18pm (GMT +1).