Beneath the Baroque mirror on the ceiling to people-watch with stealth.
Lavish labels to match the opulent atmosphere.
Ramon Freixa’s twice-starred restaurant is the star of the show: expect crazy concoctions such as duck burger with green mustard ice-cream, idiazabal cheese and crunchy bread, rice with cuttle fish and blood sausage, and red mullets with peas, asparagus and caviar. The surroundings are just as elaborate, with mirrored floors, patterned marble, hand-painted plates, bronze curtains and Moorish ironwork. It’s popular, so make reservations when booking your stay. The same chef is also behind the breakfasts.
The Fora Garden Bar serves cocktails and tapas in summer, and is less formal than the restaurant; a live band is in residence on Thursdays. The garden itself is open year round, but bar service is only available during the warmer months.
Breakfast is from 7.30am until 11am during the week, and from 8am to midday at weekends; lunch is served between 1.30pm and 3.30pm; dinner is from 9pm until 11pm.
Food can be ordered any time, night or day.