"Time makes what we think is important futile and what we think is in vain, sensible."
The Alma Barcelona occupies a singular early-twentieth-century building, renovated to integrate classicism with a contemporary feel into a space which flows organically between both styles. In the heart of Barcelona we find an oasis of peace and calm, largely thanks to the Jardín del Alma, the garden restored in keeping with Ildefons Cerdà’s original plan. In 1860 the urban planner had envisaged the interiors of the blocks in the Eixample quarter as green public spaces amidst the buildings.
"Chef Gio Esteve prepares innovative takes on Catalan dishes and other Mediterranean fare that wows to the point that locals have become regular patrons every day of the week."
Paul Feinstein, Fodor's Travel
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