The Luxury Hotel Arts Barcelona Boasts a Steel Sculpture
After you’ve explored Barcelona’s streets, your day must end as great as it started, right? Worry no more, because we have found this Hotel Arts Barcelona.
Hotel Arts Barcelona was built in 1994, and designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, led by Colombian architect Bruce Graham.
In 2006, the hotel went through a complete renovation to modernize rooms and bathrooms to the highest standards of luxury.
Nothing compares with a luxury apartment to lay your head at night. Luckily for you, Hotel Arts is elegant and upscale, complete with great amenities.
Guests at Hotel Arts, have access to plenty of amenities, plus you get a butler, private reception and concierge services that are there to serve your needs.
Each morning you’ll be served with breakfast, either in your room or the Café Veranda restaurant. Upon your arrival and departure, a packing or unpacking service is there to help.
You’ve seen already that they’ve got great services, but what about other spaces you could enjoy?
Aside from that, the hotel includes excellent communal spaces, such as a pool and a hot tub, a gym, and ‘the 43 Spa’.
The sculpture that I was talking about earlier is a fish sculpture, known as Peix in Catalan, and it was designed by architect Frank Gehry, the sculpture is right in the entrance of the hotel.
Hotel Arts Barcelona has 44 stories above the seafront, making the blue glass and exposed steel exterior a true beacon of luxury.
Here is also where you can experience the exhilarating culture, architecture and cuisine of Spain’s second-largest city from a location that boats views of the Mediterranean on the Port Olimpic.
The hotel features 28 luxury duplex apartments, gathered around from a contemporary collection of artistic masterpieces and insert into stunning accommodations.
This luxury Barcelona hotel provides guests with unparalleled access to all this vibrant rooms.
The massive and luxurious Hotel Arts Barcelona offers a total of 483 rooms including apartments and executive suites, making it a touch larger than the shiny beachfront W Hotel Barcelona (popularly known as Hotel Vela) with 473 rooms.
Among all the amenities we’ve talked about so far, this hotel also boasts no less than five restaurants, terraced gardens, and an outdoor swimming pool.
So, what are you thinking? Would you want to spend your holiday here?