The charming garden of Hotel Alma Barcelona reclaims the urban concept with which Ildefons Cerdà (1815-1876) designed the Eixample district: utilising the interior spaces of each block as a place for socialising and bringing natural light, ventilation and a joy of living to his urban planning.
Designed by architects Nori Furlan and Paco Llonch, the garden is an oasis of carefully cultivated vegetation, slate paving and hardwood benches. More than a simple garden in the centre of Barcelona, it is a shrine to silence, something which surprises visitors when they see the contrast with the surrounding city bustle.
Due to its features, the charming garden space is ideal for private meetings and corporate events at which harmony will be the guest of honour. It is available for private bookings (minimum 2 people).
On the hotel rooftop, the terrace offers 360-degree views of Barcelona. It has the soul of the wind rose.
Separated into two spaces, one part looks towards the emblematic building of La Pedrera while the other faces the characteristic outline of the Sagrada Familia, both designed by Antoni Gaudí.
These spaces are are ideal for celebrations and other intimate gatherings and are available for private bookings (minimum 2 people).
The privileged views from this Barcelona hotel terrace add a fantastic perspective to any lively event.
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