The Hotel Bauzá project consisted of renovating the old establishment into a four-star hotel and designing the functional and decorative elements that make up this 10-floor building. The ground floor hosts reception and the hall, and meeting rooms, the gym, the library, restaurant, bar, and private dining room are on the second floor. Rooms are distributed along the building’s two facades and a large inner patio. On the 10th floor there are three suites with considerably sized terraces.
All of the hotel’s spaces are express the house’s typical intimacy, warmth, and personality, a far cry from the sameness found in places of transit. Linen, natural cottons, and wools in the rooms and common areas give the spaces a sense of privacy. This idea is also reflected in the choice of furniture and lighting fixtures.
The library, with its chimney and skylights, sums up the hotel’s concept: an inviting and quiet place where guests can find their own flexible nooks and crannies.
To turn guests’ stay here into a singular experience, the hotel offers a unique collection of 280 photographs, windows into the original worlds of 53 Spanish photographers handpicked by Virginia Figueras.