Hilton Barcelona Reopens After Transformation

Hilton Barcelona, a Hilton Hotels brand property in Barcelona, Spain, has reopened after completing a total refurbishment aimed at attracting new age travellers.

The hotel, which had initially opened during the Barcelona Olympic Games, has re-opened on completion of a makeover of its 289 guestrooms, and 13 suites, as well as its Mosaic restaurant, The Vibe Bar and an impressive outdoor terrace. The hotel has benefited from the brand’s new innovative lobby design for the first time in Europe.

British designers, Bevis Design Associates, has planned the rooms, suites and Executive Lounge decor, while Matteo Thun is the architect for the hotel’s public areas, including the lobby, which has been designed with flexible space which may be changed according to various hospitality requirements.

Matteo Thun said, ‘We’ve turned a twenty year old building into a stylish and contemporary urban space. Hilton Barcelona is not just a hotel, but a dynamic open place that embodies the different needs of a constantly changing society.’

The dining venues include two restaurants, the Mosaic Restaurant for fine dining, and Atrium Bar and Terrace for evening cocktails.

All guestrooms are provided with wireless high speed Internet access, and separate workspaces. For guests staying in Executive class rooms, the Executive Lounge will provide complimentary breakfast and refreshments.

The Hilton Barcelona hotel has 17 meeting rooms for events and conferences, a Business Centre and wireless Internet access in all public areas.

Introductory room rates commence at €149, per room, per night.