W Barcelona unveils multi-million renovation

W Barcelona has completed a multi-million Euro transformation of all 473 guest rooms and suites.

W Barcelona: room renovation unveiled
W Barcelona: room renovation unveiled

The hotel offers 19 meeting spaces, spanning 6,800msq, with the largest space, the Great Room, catering for up to 1,300 for receptions, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows. Outdoor areas include the Breeze Terrace, which caters for up to 200 people.

The property also features Europe's first W Sound Suite, a private music studio that will be available for use for hotel guests. 

W Barcelona is a flagship property of W Hotels Worldwide, part of Marriott International. The new room design celebrates both the city and the sea, embracing the views afforded by the hotel’s guest rooms. All guest rooms also feature a range of new in-room services including Nespresso coffee machines, tea making facilities, 49-inch flat-screen televisions and Bose blue-tooth sound systems. 

Anthony Ingham, global brand leader at W Hotels Worldwide said: "The completion of this multi-million Euro makeover ensures this beachside escape will continue to lead the market with its forward-thinking decor and unrivaled guest experience."

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