The medium-sized lobby decorated with a fabulous mosaic, imitating Gaudi's style.
The hotel is housed in a traditional building with a carved sandstone facade. The hotel has been completely restored, respecting its original architecture; its vaulted entrance reflects its origins as a former convent, but its hall has been given something of a modernist style to do justice to its name.
The standard bedrooms are large and comfortably decorated with traditional furnishings. All have private bathrooms with marble floors. The hotel can provide rooms for up to six people. The top three floors of the hotel face the famous multicolour towers designed by Gaudi, named after the master of modernist architecture in Spain, Antonio Gaudi.
Breakfast is served in the restaurant between 7:30 and 11:00 a.m., allowing all guests to enjoy the buffet offered. The cafe-restaurant, set alongside the hotel's reception desk, is open from 11:30 in the morning to 12:00 midnight, where you can lunch or dine in comfortable, relaxed surroundings.