This five star hotel’s distinctive facade is all that today remains of the original house, built in 1892 as a Verduna Palace, in which guests are now welcomed. The elegant lobby, recreated with steel, copper, glass and concrete, looks out onto the street through ground floor glass window walls.
The rooftop terrace is replete with a stylish swimming pool—a perfect place to take your siesta. Along with its stunning architecture and amenities, Hotel Claris also contains its own ancient art museum with one of the largest private collections of Egyptian art in Spain. Over 400 sculptures and paintings are distributed throughout the entire hotel and its 124 rooms and suites—some of which look more like luxury condos than typical hotel rooms—giving guests exclusive encounters with art, design and above all, comfort.
Claris offers its own luxury dining experiences as well with several options. East 47 serves creative tapas; but perhaps the majority of the guests’ attention goes to the original Warhol prints lining the walls. The East Garden sits at the height of the hotel in a glass-enclosed area—a cool place to enjoy refreshing drinks. La Terraza del Claris offers extraordinary views over Barcelona, a long list of cocktails and live music—a nightlife destination in its own right. Lastly, Restaurante Claris serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and even accommodates banquets and celebrations.
With conference/party rooms as well, Claris offers everything one could possibly need when it comes to accommodating, entertaining and facilitating a memorable stay. The hotel is dog friendly as well.