Hotel Arts Barcelona opens Arts 41

Hotel Arts has boosted its meeting facilities with the launch of a new dedicated events space, Arts 41, on the 40th and 41st floors of the Barcelona property.

Arts 41
Arts 41

The hotel, owned by the Ritz Carlton Group, is already popular with the UK C&I market and won gold in both the Best Overseas Conference Hotel and Best Overseas Incentive Hotel categories in the inaugural C&IT Hot List earlier this year.

Arts 41 comprises six meeting spaces that can take up to 200 people. The total space occupies 423sqm and offers views of the Mediterranean Sea, with each meeting space named after the colour blue in different Mediterranean languages.

Blau is situated on the 40th floor and can be divided into two spaces, Azul has a small terrace, Azzurro is suited to cocktail receptions and small meetings, and Bleu is a boardroom equipped with video-conferencing and audio technology and has capacity for 16 delegates.

 

 

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