It really is all about style on this stretch of Passeig de Gràcia between Gaudí's Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. The Sixty-Two maintains its Modernista facade from 1897, but taps into all the post-Modern masters of interior design once you step through the door. Furnishings are from the ateliers of Philippe Starck, Vitra, and Moooi; the televisions are from Bang + Olufsen; the phones from Jacob Jensen, and so on. Rooms even have Nespresso coffee machines. There's a certain pleasure in inhabiting a contemporary design catalog, and it's nice to have all those machines that actually work. The multiple design elements harmonize nicely in the rooms, creating visually dynamic but ultimately restful retreats.
- Frommer's Staff