La Casa Gran Bed & Breakfast: family atmosphere with artistic decor
Welcome to la Casa Gran, a quiet and welcoming Bed & Breakfast that will charm travellers looking for authenticity!
metro: Hospital clínic (L5)
every day of the year
from 100 euros
for its authentic charm
La Casa Gran is situated on the Diagonal avenue. Lined with restaurants, palm trees and boutiques, this great artery of the city is a favourite with the Catalan people.
But its address is not the only great thing about la Casa Gran! The apartment itself is filled with charm due to its moldings, beautiful spaces and high ceilings.
A welcoming setting and artistic decor
The walls are decorated with abstract paintings, and the vintage furniture creates a warm atmosphere.
Another nice detail is the thick cardboard headboards and counter tops made from the boxes used to transport works of art at major international exhibitions. Here they get to live again!
A warm family atmosphere
The warm welcome of the owners of la Casa Gran (big house in Catalan) will straight away make you feel at home. They will be delighted to welcome you and offer you advice if you’re looking for nice places to visit in the area: a big advantage over the sometimes impersonal welcome in some hotels!
La Casa Gran’s dining room
La Casa Gran has a large bright dining room, where a delicious breakfast is served. On nice days you can also take it on the terrace.
The rest of the day tea and Nespresso capsules are available here.
Rooms at La Casa Gran
La Casa Gran is a Bed & Breakfast with only 4 bedrooms. They are all very bright but each one is uniquely decorated to give it its own personality.
- Note: two of the rooms have a bathtub right in the room, just separated by a shower curtain. Although the toilets are in a separate room.
- The biggest room is also the noisiest. It cam accommodate 3 people.
- Rooms have fans and individual heating
- Cleaning is done every day
- La Casa Gran is not adapted for people with reduced mobility.
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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?