If you demand nothing but pure luxury living in the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, then look no further than Mandarin Oriental Residences Barcelona. This 20-story building includes an expansive $40.65-million penthouse overlooking the city, making it the most expensive apartment in Barcelona’s history.
This penthouse occupies the entire 20th floor and measures 6,851-square-feet, including up to four bedrooms, depending on how you want to configure it at the time of purchase. The upper rooms can be accessed using two separate staircases for added privacy, while its wraparound, sea-faring terrace lets you enjoy the views all year round. You’ll also gain access to several Mandarin Oriental amenities that have been previously reserved for its 5-star hotel guests, such as a full service spa, fitness center, business rooms, garden and a large swimming pool. It’s located just off of Passeig de Gracia, the famous shopping street in Barcelona.
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This is truly a unique property located in the heart of a historic city with uninterrupted views of Barcelona. An unrivalled location with world class design and services by Mandarin Oriental, world-renowned architect John Pawson created the design concept for the penthouses and Carlos Ferrater reimagined the building with thoughtful touches and elements to make it a home unlike any other in the city,” said Wong Ettelson, Global Head of Residences Marketing at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.