The Hotel Alimara Barcelona was completed in 1992 in time for the city’s Olympics. The aim of the project was to completely renovate the hotel’s interior to attract customers with a new urban and contemporary aesthetic. Rooms and public areas were completely refitted and installations adapted with a view to achieving greater efficiency and sustainability, while the hotel functioned as usual.
The hotel has 156 rooms, laid out over 9 floors rising up in an X shape (120 standard, 20 superior and 16 junior suites). The vast majority of the public areas open out to the back garden. The interventions in the rooms were extensive, replacing finishes and furnishings and incorporating some new uses. The lobby was also subject to a major transformation, taking on a new image of modernity.