A flower that blossomed into a hotel.
Barcelona is renowned for its golden age of architecture, and when it comes to hotels, Cotton House is considered one of its most elegant examples.
Walking through the entrance of the former headquarters of Barcelona’s Cotton Guild, guests are transported into a world of refined luxury wherethe past is made present. This is accomplished by spinning both a visualand narrative thread through details like the naming of rooms after cotton varieties and the considered use of textiles in the interiors.
Capturing the striking yet sophisticated opulence of the 19th-century bourgeois who shaped the city’s culture and spirit, the hotel weaves this history together with modern touches to cater to a new generation of urban elites.