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Barcelona’s Hotel Bakery might be a best-smelling place to stay

November 29th, 2015 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  • Hotel Bakery has a operative bakery on a premises, with a bread it creates sole to guest and non-guests
  • The hotel is one of 5 engineer properties in a smart ‘Praktik’ operation – 4 are in Barcelona, one in Madrid
  • Guests during Hotel Bakery are treated to bedrooms with a clean, white pattern and breakfasts featuring unequivocally uninformed bread

Ted Thornhill for MailOnline

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There’s unequivocally no risk of Hotel Bakery in Barcelona being given a revelation off by a Spanish trade standards office.

This is predominantly since it has a entirely functioning bakery inside it on a belligerent floor, with a bread it produces sole in a accepting area in a modest jumble.

The loaves are splendidly artisanal and safeguard that this is one of a best-smelling – and many singular – hotel entrances in a city.

Yeast of fun: Hotel Bakery's accepting is full of uninformed bread - available, of course, for guest and members of a open to buy

Yeast of fun: Hotel Bakery’s accepting is full of uninformed bread – available, of course, for guest and members of a open to buy

Slice of life: The bread is done on-site in a bakery that can be seen from a accepting area and a street

Slice of life: The bread is done on-site in a bakery that can be seen from a accepting area and a street

The 74-room Hotel Bakery is one of 5 engineer properties in a confidant and smart ‘Praktik’ operation – 4 are in Barcelona and one in Madrid – that refreshingly for a sequence opts for aptitude over function.

Other hotels embody a wine-themed Praktik Vinoteca and a vegetation-themed Praktik Garden.

The interior pattern of Bakery was overseen by a eminent Lázaro Rosa-Violán, whose skills have propelled him into a pages of Wallpaper and Vogue.

He opted to keep things elementary and fresh. And it works well.

My bedroom – a twin I’m pity with by consort James – is minimalist, nonetheless inviting.

And a thesis is white.

To make certain your eyeballs don’t have to do most work there isn’t any pattern or photography, usually white embellished walls and laterally white tiling throughout.

It’s smashing for relaxation. Not so good for red booze drinkers. 

All white for a night: The interior pattern was overseen by a eminent Lázaro Rosa-Violán, whose skills have propelled him into a pages of Wallpaper and Vogue. Pictured is a room unequivocally identical to a one MailOnline Travel's Ted Thornhill stayed in

All white for a night: The interior pattern was overseen by a eminent Lázaro Rosa-Violán, whose skills have propelled him into a pages of Wallpaper and Vogue. Pictured is a room unequivocally identical to a one MailOnline Travel’s Ted Thornhill stayed in

Interior designer Rosa-Violán opted to keep things simple and fresh. Though his bedrooms aren't good for red booze drinkers

Interior designer Rosa-Violán opted to keep things simple and fresh. Though his bedrooms aren’t good for red booze drinkers

The bedrooms during Hotel Bakery have a kind of farmhouse chic, with unprotected pipework and laterally tiling

The bedrooms during Hotel Bakery have a kind of farmhouse chic, with unprotected pipework and laterally tiling

There are smart pivot reading lamps above a beds – all a some-more conspicuous since they’re black – and lavatory comforts by a doorway that are cramped, though luxe in terms of quality.

There’s a corpulent penetrate – white, of course, with unprotected pipework wrapped around it – and a decent sleet shower, too.

A shifting doorway between a opening area and bedroom offers a bit of remoteness and box shelving a bit of storage space for clothes.

It’s farmhouse stylish and unequivocally calm – though a bijou measure meant that it’s substantially ideal for brief stays.

Breakfast is continental character and comforts some of a glorious croissants I’ve ever had – so light.

The breakfast room during Hotel Bakery is light and ethereal interjection to a potion roof

The breakfast room during Hotel Bakery is light and ethereal interjection to a potion roof

A illusory continental breakfast is available, with Hotel Bakery portion a freshest of croissants

A illusory continental breakfast is available, with Hotel Bakery portion a freshest of croissants

The 74-room Hotel Bakery is one of 5 engineer properties in a confidant and smart ‘Praktik’ range

Hotel Bakery is in a glorious plcae – a Eixample district. It’s usually one retard from a famous La Pedrera Gaudi building

LOAFING AROUND: HOW A BAKERY AND A HOTEL COMBINED FORCES

The bakery during Hotel Bakery is owned by Anna Bellsolà, whose family have been baking in Barcelona for 4 generations now.

Her company’s name is Baluard and she has one other bakery in Barcelona, in a Barceloneta area tighten to a beach. This was her initial and usually bakery until she met José María Trenor, a owner and CEO of Praktik Hotels.

He told her he wanted to open a new hotel with a bakery inside and was looking for a prestigious and family-owned bakery to strike a understanding with. Ms Bellsolà had what he was looking for so he let her open her second bakery on his hotel premises.

There’s also a good understanding of bread available.

Dining takes place in a room during a back of a belligerent building space that has open brickwork, industrial lighting and gentle wooden furniture. Plus yellow doors and a good ethereal feel interjection to a potion roof.

And that’s unequivocally a run of a comforts here – bakery, bedrooms and breakfast. But it’s intensely stylish and comfortable. Perfect for a prolonged weekend.

Plus – it’s in a glorious plcae – a Eixample district. This is usually one retard from a famous La Pedrera Gaudi building – a architect’s final polite building and a Unesco birthright site – and within easy strech of some utterly glorious bars and restaurants.

These embody a utterly shining booze bar Monvinic, where we can select wines by a potion regulating a tablet. What’s on offer ranges from 4 euro reds and whites adult to Romanee-Conti pinot noirs costing scarcely 8,000 euros.

And afterwards there’s a unmissable Boca Grande, that pairs disrespect with good cooking. It serves desserts that demeanour like hamburgers, country seafood dishes, glorious booze and it has a loo containing a photobooth. Unmissable.

If we like an dusk jarred though not stirred, cocktail into Dry Martini – a grand old-school bar where master cocktail barmen arrange a best cocktails you’ll splash in Barcelona.

Just like Hotel Bakery, they’ll all offer we a cut of a good life.

TRAVEL FACTS 

Rooms during Hotel Bakery cost from 89€ (around £60) for a double room. Visit www.hotelpraktikbakery.com for some-more information.

British Airways operates daily flights and offers holidays to Barcelona from Heathrow and Gatwick. Hand Baggage Only fares start from £98 lapse including taxes and charges, from Heathrow and £76 lapse including taxes and charges, from Gatwick. To book revisit www.ba.com.

 

 


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