Built to coincide with the Olympic Games in 1992, this luxury hotel is a landmark on the Barceloneta boardwalk: 44 stories of blue glass and exposed steel soaring high above the seafront. Inside, hard edges and materials give way to an environment of elegance and refinement, filled with luxurious spaces to explore and discover at your leisure.
Barceloneta Beach is 250 metres away, while Ciutadella Park is 300 metres away.
Close by, the district of Barceloneta is a hive of characterful bars, cafes and local seafood restaurants. The hotel is a short stroll away from the city’s historical centre, and just 20 minutes by car from Barcelona airport.
483 sea or city view rooms including 56 executive suites, one Arts suite, one Mediterranean Suite, 26 duplex Apartments, one Royal Suite and one Presidential Suite
Terraced gardens and outdoor swimming pool
Five restaurants offering a range of fine cuisine
A Spectacular Spa by Six Senses Spa located on the 42nd floor & Gym
An exclusive collection of Spanish contemporary art
Over 1,000 square meters of function space for meetings and special events
The Arts Hotel’s stylish rooms include a Bang & Olufsen flat-screen TV and sound system. The spacious bathrooms have a separate bathtub and hydromassage shower.
The hotel’s Enoteca restaurant serves fine Mediterranean cuisine, while the creative Arola is run by famous chef Sergi Arola. Hotel Arts also has a café and a champagne bar with seafront terraces.
Hotel Arts has a hair salon and various shops, including a gift shop and delicatessen.
Occupying the 42nd and 43rd floors of the hotel, the Hotel Arts spa is the only urban spa operated by the world-renowned spa company Six Senses. Enjoy a beauty treatment or relaxing massage while drinking in the views of the sea and cityscape far below you.
Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, our gym provides personalised training programs that combine disciplines like Yoga and Pilates with spa treatments, overseen by experienced personal coaches.
Stylish, vibrant, and with a fiercely independent sense of its own identity, Barcelona is filled with enough sights, attractions and cultural treasures to satisfy any visitor. Whether you are here for the exceptional food, dynamic arts scene or rich architectural heritage, there’s always more to surprise and delight you every time you visit.
Barcelona is a city made for wandering and watching the world go by. Take a stroll up La Rambla and immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of one of the world’s most vibrant boulevards. Discover Gothic churches and Roman remains in the winding alleyways of the Barri Gòtic. Escape the city by catching the funicular up to leafy Montjuïic, or marvel at the views and mosaics in Park Güell, another Gaudi masterpiece. Always popular in summer, Barcelona’s beaches are right on your doorstep.