The 53 rooms and suites at 4-star Hotel Murmuri are on five floors with warm hallways with soft spot lighting. All of the rooms have been elegantly decorated with top quality materials making them extremely welcoming. They are decorated with neutral tones and warm oak wood. The beds, extremely comfortable and with different sized headboards, are made up with Egyptian cotton sheets and sumptuous pillows, cushions and plaids from the Kelly Hoppen collection. All of the rooms feature black and white paintings of floral motifs, mostly the work of Ron van Dongen and others by Michael Banks.
We invite you to look closely at the details of our rooms and suites (Design Room, Superior Room, Privilege Room, Junior Suite and Suite), but here we will explain the overall interior design of our hotel.
The rooms of our designer hotel combine dark woods with a palette of beige, cream, grey and brown tones to create modern, sophisticated spaces, contemporary design that will never go out of style. Drawing an intelligent line between modernity and tradition, Kelly Hoppen combines neutral colors with rich textures for a highly personal, feminine style, with a predominance of rounded shapes, a luxurious style that will enamor even the most conservative guests, who won’t see it as overly contemporary. An Armani style that many associate with sophistication. Mirrors, dark oak wood, marble and chrome are found throughout the hotel, as well as an abundance of linen and velvet.
The five upper floors have slightly vaulted ceilings that run into warm hallways with walls covered in painted netting and soft spot lighting. The rest of the rooms have been decorated with the same exquisite, elegant taste, with a serious personality, using neutral fabrics ranging from cream to dark brown and warm oak wood.
Hung from some of the nightstands we find large conical screens and all of the rooms feature black and white paintings of floral motifs, mostly the work of Ron van Dongen and others by Michael Banks.
The desks from Maxalto have a highly feminine, soft design and on them we find large retro metallic lamps by Andrew Martin. The bathrooms are covered in porcelain and silestone tile in light colors and feature large showers or deep baths, fog-free mirrors and bath amenities.
The top floor has five rooms with a terrace, with lots of light, two of which have views of Rambla de Catalunya.
Other suppliers for the hotel’s decoration include: Lumen’s Boulevard and Biosca y Botey for lighting, Gastón y Daniela and Pepe Peñalver for textiles, and Bárbara Alegre for floral decoration. All of the graphic elements in the hotel are by Estudio Mucho.