Ohla Eixample is our most urban boutique hotel. Located in l’Esquerra de l’Eixample district, the coolest neighbourhood in the world according the Time Out international magazin thanks to its characteristic architecture where each block of flats features its own interior courtyard. Ohla Eixample is just a stone’s throw from La Pedrera, Casa Batlló and the Sagrada Família, and surrounded by luxury shops, it has 94 rooms and dining with a Michelin Star. Welcome to Ohla Eixample.
Ohla Eixample is a dialogue between past and future. A dialogue between an old, anodyne office building and its rebirth as a luxury boutique hotel. Part of this metamorphosis can be seen in our 94 rooms: we’ve kept the old pillars and structures, which we’ve integrated using fine materials and painstakingly chosen furniture.
Its location, the variety of rooms we offer and our high quality and service standards make Ohla Eixample a truly appealing destination travellers for either business or pleasure who want to enjoy this “something extra” that a luxury boutique hotel should have.
The cuisine of the Ebro River delta inspires and embodies this proposal awarded with a Michelin Star since 2016. A proposal that respects and takes the market produce to its highest level. Contemporary creations with a touch of Asia and French nouvelle cuisine.Officially certified by the Jewish community, Xerta is the first and only Michelin Star restaurant in Europe to offer kosher cuisine at its highest level. And also enjoy its express version at Xerta Tapas Bar.
The career of this young chef, born in 1983 and raised in the kitchen, is carved into his DNA. From the fourth generation of a family in the restaurant business, he and his brother Joaquim started their own hotel-restaurant business, Villa Retiro, in the Terres de l’Ebre region, where they were born. In 2016, the Xerta project at Ohla began with one goal: to bring their project to a totally new luxury setting and to make it evolve.
Trained at the prestigious Hofmann cooking school, he started his professional experience with a stay at the Plaza Athénée under the orders of Alain Ducasse. His vision of cooking has grown and matured over projects and years. Today he has garnered prestige, two Michelin stars, but even more importantly, he has found a voice of his own on the competitive Spanish cooking scene.
The hustle and bustle of the city sounds like a distant hum. Hammocks that envelope you. An appetiser? A cocktail? But of course! On the eastern edge, near the façade, is a large heated swimming pool open all year round. All of this, and whoever wants to inhabit it, is our terrace.
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