Hotel Arts takes bookings for new event space

Barcelona property chooses EIBTM to announce details of the new Arts 41 event space

Hotel Arts Barcelona
Hotel Arts Barcelona

Hotel Arts Barcelona announced at EIBTM that it is now taking bookings for its new event space, Arts 41, set to open in Spring 2009.
 
Set on the 40th and 41st floors of the Ritz Carlton property, Arts 41 will offer 1,000sqm of meeting space and panoramic views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea.
 
The space will include two VIP boardrooms on the 41st floor with all the latest technology and capacity for 12 and 20 delegates, as well as several other meeting rooms, the largest of which can accommodate 50.
 
The 40th floor will offer two larger rooms for up to 90 for dinner or theatre style, or the entire floor can be hired exclusively for up to 230 for a cocktail reception or 200 for a banquet.
 
Arts 41 boosts the 483-room hotel´s already extensive facilities that include 14 meeting rooms for up to 1,000, seven bars and restaurants and a Six Senses spa on the 42nd and 43rd floors.

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