Pulitzer Boutique hotel: travel into the heart of Barcelona

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Stay at the Pulitzer boutique hotel and experience comfort, refinement, and access to a beautiful terrace, all in a great central location.

Pulitzer terrace
Where?

Bergara 8
Eixample
metro: Catalunya (L1 L3)

When?

every day of the year

How much?

from 95 euros

Why?

for its central location
for its sunny terrace

Phone:

+34 934 81 67 67

Wifi:

free

The 4 star Pulitzer boutique hotel is located in a street facing Plaça Catalunya, so it would be hard for it to be more central! However its great location is far from being its only excellent point.

The Pulitzer decor

The decor of the Pulitzer Boutique hotel mixes refinement with colonial influences. It is made up of neutral tones, elegant pieces, Asian furniture, little sculptures and zebra rugs. Exotic plants are found all over the hotel.

The Pulitzer’s rooms

There are three categories of rooms: Standard, superior and suite. All of them come with a bath.

superior room hotel pulitzer

  • To ensure you have a bright room, mention that you want an exterior room when you are booking.

The standard and superior rooms are arranged and decorated in the same way. Only the size is different.

The suites, however, are different, as the decoration is a little more sophisticated, and they each have their own private and secluded terrace.

hotel pulitzer terrace

Common areas of the Pulitzer

Lounge, bar and library

The ground floor of the Pulitzer boutique hotel includes a lounge furnished with comfortable couches and situated right beside the library and the bar.

pulitzer library

The restaurant

A fresh and relaxing atmosphere abounds in the Pulitzer restaurant, which gives onto a very pretty patio.

pulitzer terrace

This is where breakfast is served. It costs a little over 16 euros if it is not included in your room rate.

pulitzer hotel restaurant

The restaurant offers a lunch menu from 1pm to 4pm, including a starter, main course, dessert, glass of wine, water and coffee.

However, it is closed in the evenings. If you want dinner at the hotel you have two options: eat at the bar, which has a very varied menu, or phone for room service, which runs until midnight.

The terrace and bar

Not too big or too small, the intimacy of the terrace is increased by the careful placement of plants to create separated spaces.

pulitzer terrace

It is open from 5pm to midnight and it has its own bar. From May to October it opens until 2am on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and often hosts musicians or DJs.

The Pulitzer’s little extras

Free access to a top gym

All guests have access to high end gym Holmes Place during their stay, which is only 5 minutes’ walk from the  Pulitzer.

pulitzer hall

Renting a folding bike

Another little benefit of the Pulitzer is that you can rent Brompton folding bikes from reception. Expect to pay about  10 euros for half a day and 18 euros for a full day, but bear in mind that the hotel only has 4 bikes and the rental includes a lock but not a helmet.

pulitzer double bed

Some useful information

  • The hotel has rooms that are especially adapted for people with reduced mobility.
  • Check-in is from 2pm and check-out is before midday.
  • A free luggage service is available.
  • All of the rooms have heating and air conditioning.

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Pauline

Pauline loves books, food and new discoveries. For her articles, she loves finding original and authentic places which are a treat for both the eyes and the tastebuds. Her favourite thing to do in Barcelona? Getting lost in the Old Town and soaking up its unique atmosphere... whilst enjoying the appetising smells emerging from restaurant kitchens! Is there anything better than that?