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The Camper shoe company took its offbeat shoe design aesthetic and used it to convert a 19th-century Raval tenement building near the contemporary art museum into a designer hotel. Rooms have a breezy and playful decor, and each one features a rope hammock as well as a bed. They’re designed to appeal to well-heeled hipsters—just spare enough to be modern, not so empty as to look barren, and each is a mini-suite with separate sleeping and sitting areas. There’s also one real suite on each floor where the living and sleeping areas are linked through a pocket sliding door. Should you feel overwhelmed by the city, you can catch a nap in a hammock on the roof terrace. The lobby has a snack buffet available around the clock.