Casa Bonay is a stylish boutique hotel housed in a neoclassical residential building dating back from 1869, which belonged to the Bonay family. Master builder Francisco Batlle designed a building with a neoclassical style façade and a multitude of architectural elements.
The soundproofed rooms feauture traditional such as mosaic floors, handcrafted textiles, special lighting and custom made wooden furnitur. Conserving original elements, such as the hydraulic tiled floors, the high ceilings and the sliding doors enclosing the galleries. Room facilities include a "local" minibar, selected magazines, smart TV and fans (if you don't want to use the air conditioning). Bathrooms come with complimentary Las Lilas natural toiletries. Selected rooms come with a yoga kit. Rooms face the busy Gran Via or the more quiet courtyard, while some have a terrace.
There is a choice of various eating and drinking venues. "Libertine" doubles as a cocktail bar, tea corner, 12 to 12 restaurant and breakfast room. "Elefant, Crocodile and Monkey" is an unusual restaurant by an unusual chef open for lunch and dinner. Free from tags, it is devoted to local produce and honoring the small plates tradition. "TÊT" is a Vietnamese pop-up barbecue restaurant open for lunch. "Mother" for organic juices, shakes and smoothies. "Satan's Coffee Corner" for coffee fanatics.
Seasonal rooftop terrace with a herb garden, yoga classes and cocktails. Boutique and book store.
24-hour front desk.
• 67 rooms
• Hotel opened: 2016
• Interiors: Studio Tack