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The Spa Kitchen Has the Perfect Recipe for Relaxation in...

The Spa Kitchen Has the Perfect Recipe for Relaxation in Barcelona

A quirky mix of vintage furnishings and well-chosen designer pieces greets visitors to this concept beauty center in the very heart of Barcelona. From the indulgent treatments on offer to the deliciously homely feel permeating throughout, every aspect of it revolves around wellbeing and relaxation.

Steps away from Gaudi’s Casa Milà, The Spa Kitchen is an oasis of calm and style in the vibrant Eixample district. Designed by Bárbara Aurell and The Thing Thinks & Co, the salon combines delicate cottage inspired aesthetics with a soothing ambiance, providing a chic, seductive escape from the stresses of everyday life.


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