Le Palacete Barcelona Hotel was built in 1922, when Sebastià Murtra commissioned the architect Josep Pujol i Brull to build a mansion. The building, which has adjoining buildings either side, is accessed through a covered porch on the ground floor which still retains the original paving stones. This area is now the reception and parking area, and leads onto a back patio. The mansion is also known as Le Palacete Murtra.
The composition of the façade consists of three windows on each floor. The ground-floor windows have semicircular arches and balustrades of artificial stone. The base of the façade has been stuccoed to represent blocks of stone and decorated with sculptural floral motifs at the springing of the arches. The keys of the arches are also decorated with sculptural plant motifs. The large side entrance porch, which also leads onto the garden, has a segmental arch and an iron fence gate embellished with intricate floral motifs that are repeated in the window bars of the ground floor. The stuccowork of the first floor façade is plain except for the artificial stone veneers used for the corners. The three windows have large hoodmolds supported by corbels, and pediments decorated with plant motifs. The window jambs are framed by pilasters which begin at the top of the lintels and flank the terrace on the second floor, while the building is crowned with a magnificent cornice.
A sweeping marble staircase with an ornate banister decorated with sculptural plant motifs and adorned with an iron dragon head motif sculpture in the covered side entrance leads into Le Palacete Hotel. The interior of the hotel has been designed to preserve the classic style of the era, such as cement tiles with colourful floral motifs, decorative ceramic moulding made of enamelled ceramic and wooden joinery with floral motifs. The main staircase in the entrance hall is magnificently decorated with beautiful plasterwork, ornamental sgraffito and has a wrought iron bannister with a wooden handrail crowned with the sculpture of a dragon.