Located in Barri Gòtic, Cecconis is the signature restaurant of members-only club, Soho House. Open to the public, Ceconnis provides an atmosphere of retro sophistication with brick-arch ceilings and intricate fittings. The bar, lined with linen-clad lampshades is just waiting for you to take seat and sip Prosecco from crystal glasses. Serving unrivalled Italian cuisine from their open kitchen, their bottomless Sunday brunch buffet is a must.
save room for Sunday brunch - an all you can eat set up of the finest quality is presented as a royal banquet.
Known for being a regular hangout for famous faces, Boca Grande is a hub for high service, fresh seafood and a high-quality wine list. The interior breathes sophistication, with dark wood fixtures and floor to ceiling glass cabinets, lined with endless bottles.
The benefits of Boca Grande don’t stop there – it is also home to one of the best cocktail bars in town – Boca Chica. They share underground toilets with their own piano and DJ, so be prepared for a toilet break that doubles up as it’s very own party.
Follow up your evening meal with a visit to their upstairs cocktail bar - Boca Chica.
Cotton House holds a sophisticated stance in Barcelona. From the second you step foot in the building and walk up the spiral marble staircase, you will feel as though you have been transported back in time to an old movie. The building screams history, without actually screaming it, with impressive tiled floors and vintage exposed lightbulbs. Our tip: go for the set menus to get the most out of every course. We recommend following up with a glass of white wine on the outside terrace, because, why not?
The hotel was once the former Cotton Textile Foundation, once a Barcelona landmark.
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