A hotel pool area on a building roof with a triangular shaped pool, wooden decking, wicker loungers, round side tables and potted trees all surrounded by buildings in a city.
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Despite the overwhelming number of accommodation options in Barcelona, Spanish group OD Hotels has still chosen to plant its roots in the Catalan capital, marking its fifth opening – and its first on the mainland – and completing the company’s Mallorcan and Ibizan portfolio. 

Located in the city’s Eixample district, where Gaudí’s masterpieces Casa Milà and Casa Batlló are some of the main draws, the 98-room hotel is a light and spacious sanctuary filled with Mediterranean-inflected bespoke furnishings and textiles courtesy of designers Victor Rahola and Mayte Matutes. 

In the summer months, get social at the signature Sky Bar, swimming pool and sun deck, or opt for plush privacy in the Grand Suite, which comes complete with its own terrace, private swimming pool and enviable views. 

A hotel room with a bed, desk, chair, wooden wall shelves, a black and white patterned rug, a grey pillar and standing mirrors.

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A hotel room with a bed, a desk, a chair, a TV, wooden storage and a window.

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A hotel bar with a long wall sofa, round ottomans, round coffee tables, bar chairs and a bar counter next to large window.

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Siska Lyssens has contributed to Wallpaper* since 2014, covering design in all its forms – from interiors to architecture and fashion. Now living in the U.S. after spending almost a decade in London, the Belgian journalist puts her creative branding cap on for various clients when not contributing to Wallpaper* or T Magazine.