Located on the site where a palace of the first count of Barcelona once stood, Ohla Hotel truly sits in the historical heart of the city. The hotel was inaugurated in February 2011, having carefully preserved the building’s historical façade from 1920 and other listed elements including the main staircase.
The chic Ohla Boutique Bar looks out to Via Laietana and serves cocktails prepared by award winning mixologists Giuseppe Santamaria and Giacomo Giannotti. The bar is open every day from 5PM to 2AM and stays open till 3AM on Friday and Saturday.
The rooftop terrace offers splendid city views day or night.
The pool has a glass-side and is surrounded by an arrangement of comfortable seats and tables.
Ohla Hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant, Saüc.
The Dome Suite, located in the dome at the top of the building, has an abundance of natural light. The bi-level suite has 80 square meters of space and 10 meter high ceilings. The lower floor has a spacious sitting and dining room along with with a terrace. The bedroom, dressing room and bathroom are on the upper floor.
The neoclassical facade features a sculptural work called Globus oculars by Frederic Amat.
Ohla Hotel lobby and staircase.
The spacious 38 square meter Junior Suites have large arched windows and sumptuous interior design elements.
Ohla Hotel bathroom, featuring a designer bath tub and rain shower.
Nearby Cultural Attractions
The Palau de la Música Catalana and Barcelona Cathedral are both just a few minutes walk from the hotel.
The historic Els 4Gats restaurant is within a short walk of Ohla Hotel.
The stunning Ohla Hotel has a well deserved place on our list of the best luxury hotels in Barcelona.