Hotel Arts Barcelona (Ritz): Iconic design, incredible culinary experiences and the sparkling Mediterranean are what draw visitors to Barcelona, Spain. These elements are also what attract luxury travelers to Hotel Arts Barcelona. Towering 44 floors above the sea, the 5-star hotel is a striking tower of blue glass and steel with beautifully designed accommodations, a two Michelin-star restaurant and spaces, including a rooftop spa and two outdoor pools, that overlook the sea. Once you get here you won't want to leave. We love the Club Level, 2 floor suites.
MOMENTS FROM BARCELONA’S CITY CENTER
Set along the boardwalk overlooking one of Barcelona’s serene beaches, this luxury hotel embodies the spirit and beauty of the city. Here, design is at the center of the experience, from the iconic Frank Gehry fish sculpture to the handmade floral arrangements. And, the Mediterranean Sea and city can be admired from nearly every space including accommodations and event spaces. The hotel offers an unparalleled collection of amenities including:
- Enoteca Paco Pérez, a two Michelin-starred restaurant highlighting fresh fish and an impressive wine cellar
- 43 The Spa, set on the uppermost levels of the hotel, with separate relaxation areas with a sauna and vitality pool and a full treatment menu including massages and luxury facials
- More than 32,000 sq. ft. of event space including 14 meeting rooms and a 41st-floor venue with an outdoor terrace and incredible views
- Two outdoor swimming pools and nearly 11,000 sq. ft. of gardens and terraces throughout the hotel
- Exclusive Club Level with a dedicated concierge and the 33rd-floor Club Lounge overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and featuring complimentary culinary offerings throughout the day
- Beautifully appointed guest rooms and suites with sea or city views and duplex Penthouses offering residential-style layouts and outdoor spaces
Seldom does anyone visit Barcelona with out hearing about one of the world's most famous architects, Antoni Gaudí. Here is a 60 minute video on his works. You must visit a few of them on your visit to Barcalona.