Hotel Majestic * * * * *

Paseo de Gracia, 68 , 8007 - Barcelona - Catalonia - Spain

The history of the Hotel Majestic started in 1918 when its predecessor, the Hotel Inglaterra, moved from Barcelona's Calle Fontanella to Passeig de Gràcia. The move was accompanied by a change of name (after that it was the Majestic Hotel Inglaterra) and a change of proprietor (Martín Casals Galcerán became its new owner). Very soon the new establishment, with a total of 100 rooms by that time, became one of the most prestigious hotels in the city. In 1940 it was decided to call the Majestic Hotel Inglaterra just the Hotel Majestic, but it wasn't until the seventies that the hotel underwent a true transformation: it was joined to a contiguous building and a new building, increasing its occupancy to 340 rooms. In 1994 the Soldevila Casals family (the proprietor family, now in its third generation, is still at the head of the hotel) undertook the Majestic's latest major reform culminating in 1999. The result is an up-to-date, modern hotel that still manages to preserve the spirit that has set it apart for it’s over 80 years of history. Every room in the hotel has been carefully designed and decorated. Here the guests will find maximum comfort and quiet. And what's more, guests can enjoy the Majestic's premiere luxury: its exclusive views over the Paseo de Gracia. The Hotel Majestic has been known in artistic circles as 'the Art Hotel' ever since it hosted the prestigious, fantastically successful show 'New Art' in 1996 and 1997. The proprietors' interest in the art world dates back to many years before that, however. The collection displayed throughout the hotel is one result of their interest. This collection features significant artists from the historic vanguards, such as Tàpies, Saura, Chillida, Guinovart, Cobo, Ràfols Casamada and Gerardo Rueda, as well as top names from the eighties such as Llimós, Lluis Lleó, Miguel Angel Campano, García Sevilla and Plensa. The contemporary art collection is rounded out with a wide-ranging set of works by artists of the nineties backed by the most prestigious national and international galleries. Furthermore, there are the major collections of engravings by Anish Kapoor, Richard Long and Richard Deacon, just one more example of the innumerable works from different movements and styles that the visitor can discover with each step in every corner of the hotel.

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  • Accommodations:

    • 1 Penthouse of 300 m2 (3230 sqft) with 2 bedrooms and 2 terraces with panoramic views.

    • Private outdoor Jacuzzi in Suite Sagrada Família

    • 8 One-bedroom Suites

    • 22 Junior Suites

    • 4 Deluxe rooms with private Terrace

    • 29 Privilege rooms with views on Passeig de Gràcia

    • 65 Superior rooms

    • 173 Classic rooms

    • Wifi Internet access

    • Minibar

  • Dining options:

    • El Buffet del Majestic (Mediterranean Cuisine)

    • Drolma Restaurant (Gourmet Mediterranean Cuisine)

    • El Bar del Majestic (A meeting point in the center of the city)

    • El Bar de la Piscina (With exceptional views)

    • 24-hour room service

  • Meeting facilities:

    • Conference room up to 500 people (Theatre style)

    • Banqueting room up to 300 people

    • Cocktails up to 500 people

    • Rooftop terrace for cocktail up to 70 people overlooking the city

    • Dedicated multi-lingual event manager

  • Sports/Relaxation facilities and services:

    • Rooftop swimming pool and Solarium

    • Fitness Gym, Sauna and Steam Bath

  • Other facilities or services:

    • Extensive Business Center

    • Own car park and Valet Parking

    • 2 convertible and automatic Smart Roadster cars with multilingual GPS (10 languages and 15 programmed destinations)

Penthouse Paseo de Gracia
Suite Sagrada Familia
Junior Suite
Classic Double
Classic triple
Superior double
Superior triple
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