Early Modernista architect Ildefons Cerada designed this building in the 1860s, and it retains some significant traces of its design heyday. The hostal is located on an upper floor, and only some of the rooms show their history. All units have private bathrooms, though some rooms are quite small. Four units have balconies, but for the full Modernista effect, ask for one of the two large rooms with terraces.
- Frommer's Staff