First of all I want to make this clear, the Gaudi Nights manager is one of my best friends, but despite this, I really love Torre Bellesguard. I have seen this project grow right from the kickoff with just a few chairs and tables until now with many beautiful chairs and tables, drinks and food service (including G&Ts and ‘jamón serrano’).
Torre Bellesguard is a monument built by Antoni Gaudi, it’s very special because Gaudi used rectilinear forms which are quite different from all his other works. The Guilera family has owned Bellesguard house since 1944. During all this time they have made many efforts to maintain and conserve Bellesguard, conscious of the privilege and responsibility that comes with owning such a unique and special home built by Gaudi.
Nowadays, Torre Bellesguard has become one of the best spots in Barcelona due to the self-guided tour around the outside and inside of Bellesguard. I have to say I was REALLY REALLY shocked when I saw the halls with amazing and wonderful ceilings and the tight stairs to get there were absolutely exciting.
In summer, they organize ‘Gaudi Nights’ at Torre Bellesguard with musicians from a wide range of genres including Blues, Jazz, Flamenco music, and World Music. All of this mixed with an incredible gastronomic offer. They also have open a chill-out zone after every concert where you can dinner, get a drink or just relax while you contemplate the wonderful views over Gaudi’s castle.