Joan Miró, one of the most famous Spanish artists of the 20th century, was born and raised in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona – not too far from El Palace Barcelona. Even though he travelled far and wide, Miró was a man with deep roots in his homeland. The city of Barcelona and the countryside of Catalonia have a strong presence in the artist’s work. You can find works from this world-famous artist in many corners of the city.
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.
Miró is known for his use of primary colours. For this suite, we chose to focus on one: gold, which is bright, welcoming, and classic.
The models designed by César Ritz himself have been faithfully reproduced for use in this suite.
Photographs, portraits, and paintings related to the great Catalan artist can be found throughout the suite.
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.
CD & DVD player (on request)
Louis XVI style furniture
Apple TV (on request)
Complimentary Nespresso coffee maker
42” TV, integrated into the decorative mirror in the bedroom, and another 55” TV, integrated into the decorative mirror of the living-dining room
Chopard toiletries and VIP service
Roman bath, made out of Italian marble with mosaics as designed by César Ritz
"For me an object is something living. This cigarette or this box of matches contains a secret life much more intense than that of certain human beings."
“The more local anything is, the more universal.”
Joan Miró was a regular at El Palace Barcelona, then known as the Ritz of Barcelona, in the 1970s. He came to the hotel to join in the gatherings of intellectuals of the time.
The Ritz of Barcelona offered more comfort
While these gatherings began at Hotel Colón, Joan Miró decided to move them to the Ritz of Barcelona because it was more pleasant for him.