The iconic Hotel Arts Barcelona is the tallest building in this spectacular Spanish city. It offers a choice of spacious two-story penthouse apartments located on its top floors, and unique experiences that make a stay in a penthouse an unsurpassed experience
With furniture designed by renowned designer Jaime Tressera, direct access to each penthouse and a private reception area, guests in a Penthouse at the Hotel Arts Barcelona enjoy exclusivity from the moment they arrive. Each of the penthouses is filled with natural light, decorated to offer the comfort of the most stylish home and provides a range of exclusive services for guests including a Mini Cooper cabriolet to travel around in, and a specialized concierge service that takes care of every guest’s needs.
But first you get to choose your Penthouse… The one-bedroomed Penthouse features one bedroom with walk-in closet and en suite bathroom, a luxurious living room with guest bathroom plus a dining room and fully equipped kitchen.
The 2-bedroomed Penthouse offers it all as well, including two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms with walk-in closets. There’s also a 3-bedroomed Penthouse designed for large families. Then there’s the contemporary style Barcelona Penthouse, which offers 3 bedrooms as well as an outdoor terrace. The Arts Penthouse is smaller, with only 2 bedrooms. Located on the 40th floor, it features a private outdoor terrace and stunning views of the famous Sagrada Familia. Also on the 40th floor, The Royal Penthouse and the Presidential Penthouse are the largest Penthouses. Both feature an exclusive terrace, two bedrooms and a private gym as well as direct access to 43 The Spa. And did we mention that all the amenities in the bathrooms are from Bulgari?
Other pampering touches include a private reception and concierge service plus an exclusive shopping experience which includes private transfers to the upmarket La Roca Village shopping center, access to the Lounge at the mall with drink service, VIP card with discount on purchases. And that’s just a taste of what’s in store.