Hotel Cotton House Barcelona To Join Autograph Collection

Marriott International’s Autograph Collection is set to welcome a new heritage property to its growing portfolio. Housed in an iconic 19th century building that was formerly the headquarters of the Association of Cotton Manufacturers, the 83-room Hotel Cotton House Barcelona is located in a prime position on Barcelona’s Gran Vía and will open as the latest addition to the collection.


A significant landmark in Barcelona since its construction in the late 1800s, the ‘House of Cotton’ has been extensively restored and refurbished to reflect the Catalan bourgeois essence of the historic building. World-renowned designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán was commissioned to design the hotel’s accommodations and public spaces, amongst which is a beautiful covered hall of mirrors leading to a majestic octagonal hall and its 2 sweeping staircases.


Accommodation options range from the contemporary-designed Panama and Cotton guestrooms to the luxurious Vichy Duplex with private terraces behind the rooftop swimming pool. Each is furnished with pillowtop mattresses, featherbed and duvets, a marble bathroom and modern amenities including a 32-inch flatscreen television, complimentary high-speed internet access, direct-dial telephone and minibar.


Representing the authentic essence of the Barcelona lifestyle, Batuar, the hotel’s Mediterranean restaurant offers tapas and drinks in an elegant, familiar yet discreetly sophisticated setting. Adding to the charm is a light-filled conservatory and an elegant library, which can be utilized for informal social gatherings. Alternatively, a 300-square meter terrace with lush vegetation provides an outdoor option, with the facilities rounded out by a striking rooftop swimming pool.


Hotel Cotton House Barcelona is scheduled to open in March 2015, joining an evolving group of passionate independent hotel experiences, ranging from a 15-room boutique hunting lodge in the Colorado mountains to a 19th century neoclassical palace in Prague.


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