The small, modernist palace was built by one of Antoni Gaudí's students in 1910. The Boix family discovered the building in the late 1980s. Dazzled by the beautiful architecture, the family decided to build a quiet hotel fitted with the very best in luxury comfort.
Restoring an old building while combining authenticity and optimal comfort is the challenge that the owners of Torre del Remei took on.
When Loles Vidal de Boix and Josep Maria Boix discovered this small luxury property, built in 1910 by the architect Freixa de Llivia, who was a student of Antoni Gaudi, they were immediately taken in by its Catalan Art Nouveau style. The renovation work carried out by the hotelier couple respected the building's original structure yet also introduced optimal modern comfort. The comfortable features were selected for their discretion and sobriety, just like the underfloor heating. Specially designed for the hotel, the furniture highlights the preserved architectural style. The three-hectare garden with centuries-old trees has been redesigned to reveal an exceptional surrounding environment.