In the South of Europe, between Africa and Europe, the Iberian Peninsula is dominated by Spain. This land of sun and hospitality rose up impressively after a cruel civil war and an equally cruel dictatorship. Today, Spain is a modern, vibrant and creative country which is the envy of its neighbors for its economic success. But above all, Spain is synonymous with “fiesta”. It’s impossible not to associate the country with its long, festive evenings and its tapa bars frequented or dreamed about by vacationers or future tourists. However, Spain has so much more to offer. Cities like Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is a hub of creative activities linking the traditional and the contemporary with energy and daring. The city where architect Antonio Gaudi left his indelible impression, has become a gold mine for luxury hotels, each of which seeking the best locations in the city center. Among them, boutique hotels have sprung up, rivalling each other in their sense of invention and capturing the attention of a clientele that loves to be pampered.
When a famous Spanish shoe manufacturer decides to extend his philosophy of simplicity and authenticity outside of its boutiques, the result is a boutique hotel! The Casa Camper, in the heart of Barcelona, is a discreet establishment perfectly integrated into the exciting life of the El Raval quarter, while still remaining cool and calm. The key words here are simplicity, discretion and authenticity. The luxury here is neither ostentatious nor overloaded with design. The preference is for a sober but efficient establishment, with simple charms rather than a gilded décor.
An example of the hotel’s modesty and generosity is the restaurant, which is free for guests of the hotel. Temtempié is an alternative to the mini bar, with a selection of drinks and fresh snacks. The rooms also embody the hotel’s spirit of sharing and sobriety in that they are all based on the same model. Each one consists of two rooms separated by a corridor or a sliding door. The bedroom on one side has a view of the hotel’s vertical garden, and the living area, a view of the street. The particularity of this latter space is undoubtedly its hammock, ideal for a relaxing “siesta”. The shoe brand, which emphasizes a healthy life style, places the accent on a more human and respectful approach to the environment. This philosophy can be seen in the hotel’s system of reducing water consumption in the rooms by fifty percent. When luxury becomes eco-conscious, it becomes even more irresistible!
In addition to its treatment of water, the hotel uses solar energy and encourages guests to take public transportation or to travel by bicycle or on foot.
Four stars / El Raval district / 19th century building / Functional / Hip / Creative / Vertical garden / Hammock in rooms / Ecological / Top floor terrace / Snack bar / Fitness center / Boutique / Bike rental
Open all year
Double occupancy from 275 euros
Barcelona El Prat International Airport (BCN) - Barcelona
Calle Elisabets 11
No time difference
Mediterranean climate for most of the country (dry, hot summers and mild winters)
National ID card or valid passport
No vaccinations required
The euro (EUR)
Valencian, Galician and Basque are official languages in their regions of origin.
English and French in tourist areas
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+33 1 75 43 70 26 *Our reservation department is always happy to assist you via phone or via email. We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 18pm (GMT +1).