Casa Bonay – The Hip And Stylish Hotel In Trendy Barcelona
Gaudí’s iconic paving stones mixed with traditional hydraulic floor tiles greet you entering Casa Bonay. The renovated apartment building is hip and stylish. The spacious rooms offer a window balcony or large terrace on the main floor. Coffee lovers will enjoy Satan’s Coffee Corner, a craze for coffee fanatics in Barcelona. The corner is also shared with Mother and offers cold-press juices, shakes and breakfast items.
The history of Casa Bonay
The 1869 building was once a textile shop and apartment building and now it is Casa Bonay hotel. It underwent painstaking renovations including linoleum floors being chipped away by hand after the discovery of…show more content… Decorated by Marc Morro of Otras Cosas, the rooms are a typical Barcelona style complimented with modern furniture and all the lights in the hotel were designed by Santa Cole. Els Teixidors have provided luxury hand-woven blankets and Emporda has supplied your pleasantly scented hand-made soap. The mini-bar is well stocked with premium vodka, gin, single malt whiskey, wine, and a selection on non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. Double rooms start at 130 EUR (139 USD), excluding breakfast.
Delightful features of the hotel
You may not realize that you are walking by a 67-room hotel from the outside. The entrance area of the hotel is a Blackie Books outlet. Two shop fronts also border the hotel entrance, Satan’s Coffee Corner and Mothers. The shops are usually filled with locals and tourists. The hotel also has two rooms with access for the disabled. If you are traveling with your pets, they can stay for a rate of 20 EURO (21.40 USD). This includes a small to medium size bed for your dog along with a dog bowl and some special treats just for them. Libertine lobby bar also welcomes pets of guests and locals.
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