Hotel Arts Barcelona

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Marina 19-21 Barcelona 08005

Need dates

  • 09/09/202409/11/2024
  • 10/27/202411/02/2024
  • 11/10/202411/15/2024


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We are delighted to let you know that Hotel Arts has been recognised as Top Hotel in Barcelona and One of the Best in Spain & Portugal by Condé Nast Readers' Choice Awards 2018

Venue Highlights

3D Event Space

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Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (garden)
  • View (ocean or water)
  • View (urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Casino
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Outside caterers allowed
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Space (outdoor)
  • Space (private)
  • Space (semi-private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Skiing
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts
  • Water sports
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Piano
  • Portable heaters
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Distance from airport

  • 12.43 mi. from venue


  • Paid parking
  • Valet parking€35.00 / day
  • Street parking

Hotel Arts Barcelona Meeting Space

Total meeting space56,424 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms28
Largest room14,456 sq. ft.
Second largest room14,196 sq. ft.
Space (Private)Available
Space (Semi-private)Available
Space (Outdoor)107,639 sq. ft.

Floor plans

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms483
Double (2 beds)115
Tax rate10%

Local Attractions

Tibidabo Amusement Park

30 minutes away
On 16 June 1900 work began on creating access to the top of Tibidabo, with the building of a tram - known popularly as the “Tramvia Blau” (Blue Tram) - and a funicular railway. At the same time, at the top of the mountain, work continued with the landscaping and construction of buildings and terraces. On 29 October 1901, the new facilities were officially opened. Interestingly, the funicular railway turned out to be the first main attraction of the Amusement Park, due to it being an innovative means of transport at that time. That same year, the first leisure facilities also appeared - such as the automatic scales and postcard vending machines. The first decade saw the introduction of small attractions such as telescopes and binoculars, swings, the Flobert shooting gallery, bowling, mirrors, automatons, the carrier pigeon station, along with events of all kinds: including Clavé choirs, military bands, orchestras and balloon rides. New buildings were opened such as the Gran Café Restaurant Tibidabo and the Hotel Restaurant Coll as well as a large events hall, within which they tried, unsuccessfully, to open a casino.
Plaça del Tibidabo, 3-4
Barcelona, ES 08035

Montjuïc Magic Fountain

Historical landmark
15 minutes away
Over 3000 workers were commissioned to work on the project and less than 1 year later the magic fountain was born. The magic fountain of Montjuïc's (Font màgica de Montjuïc in Catalan) first performance was on May 19, 1929 during the Great Universal Exhibition. The designer Carles Buigas submitted his plans one year before the exhibition and many thought that the project was too ambitious to be created, let alone completed on time. The magic fountain is a spectacular display of colour, light, motion, music and water acrobatics - if you mix these elements together in just the right combinations, you end up with pure magic! The magic fountain is a "must see" when you come to Barcelona and highly recommended.
Avda Reina Maria Cristina
Barcelona, ES 08008

Futbol Club Barcelona Stadium

20 minutes away
Barça's new stadium replaced their old ground of Les Corts which with a capacity of just 48,000 was too small to accomodate the interest generated by a team led by Hungarian star Ladislao Kubala. The stadium was designed by architects Francesc Mitjans Miró and Josep Soteras Mauri, with the collaboration of Lorenzo García Barbón, and it was constructed between 1955 and 1957, using mainly concrete and iron. The whole project cost a staggering 288 million pesetas, which meant the club would spend the following years heavily in debt. Although it was originally going to go under the official name of ‘Estadi del FC Barcelona’, it soon came to be popularly known as the 'Camp Nou' (the ‘new ground’), as opposed to the club’s old home at Les Corts. It was not until the 2000/2001 season that, following a postal vote made by the Club membership, that the decision was made to make ‘Camp Nou’ the official name of the stadium. Of the 29,102 votes the club received, a total of 19,861 (68.25%) preferred Camp Nou to Estadi del FC Barcelona. The stadium’s maximum height is 48 metres, and it covers a surface area of 55,000 square metres (250 metres long and 220 metres wide). In accordance with UEFA stipulations, the playing area has been downsized to 105 metres x 68 metres. With a capacity of 99,354, it is now the biggest stadium in Europe. However, the total capacity has varied over the years owing to different modifications. When it was first opened in 1957, it held 93,053 spectators, which would be increased to 120,000 in 1982 on occasion of the FIFA World Cup. However, the introduction of new regulations outlawing standing areas reduced the stadium’s capacity in the late 1990s to just under 99,000. In the 1998-99 season, UEFA recognised the services and facilities at Camp Nou by awarding it five star status. In the whole of Spain there are only four other stadiums that can claim that, the Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium, also in Barcelona, the new Cartuja Olympic Stadium in Seville, the Vicente Calderón, home of Atlético Madrid, and the Santiago Bernabéu, also in Madrid. Of the different facilities on offer inside the stadium, of particular note are a chapel next to the changing rooms, the presidential box, the VIPs lounge, the press rooms, several television studios, the Sports Medicine Centre, the Operative Control Unit (UCO), the veteran players area, the FC Barcelona club museum, and the offices of all of the many different Club departments.
Carrer d'Aristides Maillol, 12
Barcelona, ES 08028

Gothic Quarter

Historical landmark
10 minutes away
Walk the Gothic quarter and discover Barcelona's spectacular cathedral, dine at amazing tapas restaurants or shop in the famous Portal del Angel shopping street
Barcelona, ES

Sagrada Familia

Historical landmark
15 minutes away
Antoni Gaudí was born on 25 June 1852 in Reus, in the Baix Camp, which was then the second city in Catalonia. He attended the Escoles Pies school, where he excelled in Geometry and Arithmetic, and received a traditional, religious and humanist education. Son of a coppersmith, he started learning about crafts in his father’s workshop in 1860. In 1868 he moved to Barcelona and prepared for entry to the School of Architecture, which he joined in 1873. He combined his studies with working as an assistant in an architectural practice, as well as in the workshops of a carpenter, a glassmaker and a locksmith where he learned these crafts. He was inconsistent in his Architecture studies, but stood out in the subjects of design, drawing and mathematical calculation. In 1878, after qualifying in Architecture, he received his first official commission. As his professional reputation grew he undertook larger projects commissioned by the bourgeoisie such as, amongst others, the Casa Calvet, the Casa Batlló and the Casa Milà. In 1883 he took over the design of the Sagrada Familia, while also working on other projects. Some of our guestrooms and suites have views on this amazing church right in front of your window! In 1906, Antoni Gaudí moved into what is now known as the Gaudí House Museum, the model home at Park Güell designed by Francesc d’Assís Berenguer i Mestres, the architect’s friend and right-hand man, where he lived for nearly 20 years. He worked for 43 years on the temple until 1926. In 1914 he left all other work to concentrate exclusively on this sole project until his death on 10 June 1926, the result of a tragic accident three days earlier. His funeral cortege, which went through much of Barcelona and finished in the Sagrada Familia, was a grand event in the city in recognition of his status as the greatest architect Barcelona has ever seen. Gaudí was buried in the chapel of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in the crypt of the Sagrada Familia.
Mallorca, 401
Barcelona, ES 08013

Barcelona Beach

0 minutes away
Discover Barcelona's beaches at your doorstep while staying at Hotel Arts. Bogatell, Nova Icaria or Mar Bella are some of the best within walking distance from the Hotel!
Barcelona, ES

Park Güell

25 minutes away
Güell wanted to recreate the British residential parks, which is why he named it Park Güell, in English. Gaudí respected the vegetation that was already growing on the property, such as the carob and olive trees, and when new species were introduced, he opted for Mediterranean plants that did not require much water. He also designed various systems for collecting and storing water, based on the irrigation systems he had learned about in the rural setting of his childhood. Both the vegetation and the management of the water resources thus helped to prevent the erosion of the land caused by the heavy Mediterranean downpours, while at the same time helping to provide the water needed by the estate’s inhabitants.
Carrer d'Olot
Barcelona, ES 08024

Barcelona Aquarium

10 minutes away
Moll d'Espanya del Port Vell, s/n
Barcelona, ES 08039


Consistently recognized with international awards since opening 20 years ago. There are only two hotels in Barcelona on the beach front. Luxury Penthouse: spacious exclusive services, used for high levels of privacy and service 4 dining options including Two Michelin Star Enoteca restaurant, all with outdoor seating areas. Group: Large number of flexible meeting rooms, 12 located on the lower ground floor and 5 smaller exclusive rooms on the 41st with views of the Mediterranean. All meeting space has been renovated in August 2011. Business: ERS program other competitors do not have similar. Leisure: Spa with a unique location on the 42nd floor. Outdoor terraces and gardens 5 minutes from the beach


High season
Jun 1 – Aug 31
Shoulder season
Apr 1 – May 31
Sep 1 – Oct 31
Low season
Nov 1 – Dec 31
Jan 1 – Mar 31

Cancellation Policy

24 Hours

Additional Information

Evolved from Barcelona’s Olympic legacy , the hotel sits overlooking the beachfront where city meets sea. Just seven miles from Barcelona El Prat International Airport, it serves as a key connection to the rest of Europe and is just a short distance from the ancient Gothic quarter of the city. From its vantage point, sweeping skylines open up offering iconic views of Sagrada Familia , with the mountains as a natural backdrop. Each stay is heightened, where destination and experience combine through a bespoke service experience and thoughtfully curated activities designed to ensure unique, unexpected and memorable stories. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Today, business plays an increasingly critical role in taking on our world’s most pressing social, environmental and economic issues. Hotel Arts Barcelona, as an icon of the city, have a global responsibility and a unique opportunity to be a force for good, and that is why we commit to create positive and sustainable impact wherever we do business. Our commitment to responsible and sustainable business practices benefits the environment and the communities in which Hotel Arts Barcelona is located, in addition to contributing to our long-term success.


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