Dallas Escape Series: The Beachy Bliss of Hotel Arts in Barcelona, Spain | Luxury Accommodations

Hotel Arts - Barcelona, Spain One of the most... | Luxury Accommodations

Hotel Arts - Barcelona, Spain One of the most... | Luxury Accommodations

Ahhh, only 13 and a half hours separates you from the beauty of Barcelona, if your booty can handle that long of a flight from Dallas Ft. Worth airport. Spain is renown for its stunning views and historic charm, and incredible beaches. And Ibiza is not too far away if you want to indulge in its world-class night life or tranquil natural beauty. As for Hotel Arts, here’s what Luxury Accommodations has to say:

 

One of the most exclusive hotels in Barcelona is a true architectural wonder that dominates its picturesque waterfront. Designed by renowned architect Bruce Graham and rightfully called Hotel Arts, this extraordinary piece of high-tech architecture in the heart of the Olympic Village boasts some of the most luxurious rooms in town. Each of its 483 accommodation units are completed with state-of-the-art technology, stylish contemporary decor, and spectacular views of Barcelona and the sparkling Mediterranean Sea. Adding to the charm of this fashionable hotel are 6 lovely restaurants, a Six Senses Spa and an outdoor pool surrounded by gardens and shaded by Frank Gehry’s monumental Peix (Fish) sculpture.

“…the Sky Bar at Barcelona’s hip Grand Hotel Central attracts a fashionable crowd with its glistening infinity pool, excellent Mojitos and splendid views of the Cathedral of Saint Eulalia and Barri Gotic” – From Pinterest

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