César Ritz changed the world forever when he decided to undertake his complete overhaul of the hotel world. Contemporary travel simply would not be the same without him. He sadly did not manage to stay in the hotel before his death, as he passed away just a year before it opened. We have created this art suite in his honour, to never forget the man who made history.
Our suites have been stocked with all of the amenities that you might need to ensure that your stay is as stress free as you deserve.
This suite honours the founder of this hotel, the visionary who left his mark on the hotel world forever.
The sophisticated décor of the suite stands apart with its elegant red and gold touches amidst a sea of pearl and beige.
The classic furnishings lend an atmosphere of elegance to this luxurious space. The difference is into details and quality.
2 BEDROOM SUITE
This suite has two separate bedrooms that are joined by a large living-dining room. Enjoy a full experience to rest like an Artist.
This suite has one of the few Roman baths still operating in the hotel. The roman bath was part of Cesar Ritz initial design.
We are proud to offer the following services and amenities to guests who book this suite. If you have any special requests or needs, please contact us.
42” TV, integrated into the decorative mirror
Antique decorative items
Louis XVI style furniture
Exquisite fabric curtains with elegant trimmings
Apple TV (on request)
Roman bath, made out of Italian marble with mosaics as designed by César Ritz
Chopard toiletries and VIP service
Complimentary Nespresso coffee maker
"Never say no when a client asks for something, even if it is the moon. You can always try, and anyhow, there is plenty of time afterwards to explain that it was not possible."
He gave in and the Ritz Barcelona was built
Francesc Cambó, a politician and intellectual, insisted that Barcelona needed to have a first-class hotel, like the Ritz in Madrid. This was especially important with events like the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition pending.
The architect of the modern hotel industry
At first, César Ritz did not want to build one of his famous hotels in Barcelona. He planned to reserve these architectural gems for the important capital cities of the world like London, Paris, and Madrid.