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Sixtytwo: intimate, designer boutique hotel on the Passeig de Gràcia


Article updated 23 March, 2020. 0 comments

Discover the Sixtytwo boutique hotel, with its original, designer feel and welcoming atmosphere!


metro: Passeig de Gràcia (L2 L3 L4)
Passeig de Gràcia 62


every day

How much?

from 110 euros


for its central location
for its peaceful atmosphere



The four-star Sixtytwo boutique hotel is located a stone’s throw from Casa Batlló and from the Passeig de Gràcia metro station, making it an ideal base for discovering a variety of different areas of Barcelona.

About Sixtytwo boutique hotel

The décor at Sixtytwo

The entrance to Sixtytwo features two handsome wooden doors, which face each other from either side of a third, big but almost invisible ,metallic door.

On arrival, we went to knock on one of the wooden doors, at which point the big door opened on its own, as if by magic. This set the scene for the rest of the hotel: in some ways, Sixtytwo is like a different universe.

The Sixtytwo boutique hotel has pulled off a remarkable feat in combining cutting-edge design with an intimate and welcoming atmosphere.

hotel sixtytwo reception passeig de gracia

The hotel itself gives off a sense of wellbeing, which may have something to do with the stunning fragrance diffused in its public areas.

The lounge and the bar

The only public spaces at Sixtytwo are a lounge and a bar, where breakfast is served. Unlike the spaces found in many hotels, the lounge area at Sixtytwo has a warm, homely feel, with red carpet, sofas and comfortable armchairs.

lounge sixtytwo

The bar is nice, but small, so you’ll probably want to take your drinks through to the lounge.

bar sixtytwo

The rooms

The cheapest option is a “small interior” room: these look out onto the building’s inner courtyard, so they don’t receive much light.

corner room sixtytwo

The “executive” and “privilege” rooms and the suites all look out toward the city. The “privilege” rooms and the suites all have private terraces with outdoor furniture. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning and heating.

terrace sixtytwo

Top tip: if you want to be somewhere really, really quiet, ask for a room on one of the upper floors.

Added extras at Sixtytwo

  • There’s no restaurant at Sixtytwo, but the hotel does offer room service.
  • Music lovers will appreciate the possibility of connecting their own iPhone, iPod or iTouch device to the speakers in the rooms.
  • Several members of staff speak English.

bathroom sixtytwo

Useful information

  • Rooms are available from 2pm on the day of arrival, and you have until noon to leave on the day of departure. A free left-luggage service is available before and after these times.
  • The hotel is accessible for those with reduced mobility, and has one specially-adapted room.

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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?