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Summertime Living Made Easy from Hotel Arts Barcelona

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Hotel Arts Barcelona is offering a host of new experiences that celebrate laidback coastal living at its most glamorous.

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For holidaymakers planning to dive into the sights, bites and sounds of one of Europe’s most exciting cities this summer, at the Hotel Arts Barcelona, the exclusive Marina Coastal Club, offers two state-of-the-art swimming pools flanked by a pair of exquisite restaurants and guests are greeted by an extensive yet carefully curated culinary and beverage offering backed by a handpicked selection of live music entertainers. Nestled beside the club’s infinity pool, the new open-air ROKA Barcelona restaurant from Zuma founders is promising to be a gastronomic highlight of the summer season.

As part of ROKA’s ephemeral dining concept on offer at Hotel Arts until 16 September, the iconic contemporary Japanese robatayaki restaurant is inviting guests to dine on immaculately presented sushi and sashimi alongside dishes cooked over the robata grill, with live DJ sets on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Encapsulating the epitome of Mediterranean living, the club’s breezy Marina restaurant will be launching a new a la carte breakfast menu this summer. Available exclusively on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, the new poolside service for in-house guests will feature breakfast favourites served against a backdrop of sparkling views of the Mediterranean Sea.

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Just in time for summer, the hotel will also be expanding its music programming with daytime DJ sessions by the club’s infinity pool every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Cinephiles, meanwhile, will delight in the new Movie Night experience with popcorn, picnic-style tapas, and wine by the glass hosted at the communal garden in front of the hotel once a month.

Families planning this year’s summer break can book the ‘Kids Stay & Eat for Free’ package at Hotel Arts Barcelona starting from 400€ based on double occupancy to benefit from complimentary meals for children up to 12 years old. The family offer includes:

  • Accommodation in a luxury room or suite
  • Breakfast for a maximum of two adults and a maximum of two children under 12 years old, when sharing the room with adults using existing beds.
  • Children under the age of 12 can have lunch or dinner for free when they choose the children’s menu and are accompanied by a paying adult and order a main course from the normal menu.
  • Available at Bites, The Pantry and Marina restaurant (subject to availability).

To keep youngsters happily occupied between pool dips and coastal excursions, the hotel’s Arts Kids Club will be offering daily supervised activities ranging from cookie-making classes to treasure hunts.

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Stay Longer in the Summer

The ‘Stay Longer’ package, meanwhile, offers savings on stays of seven nights and longer and daily credit on resort dining – perfect for capping off a spot of sightseeing with a local delicacy by the hotel’s infinity pool, at award-winning restaurant Enoteca Paco Pérez, or at the new speakeasy concept The Pantry. The package includes:

  • Accommodation in a room or suite
  • 10% discount for stays of 7 nights or more
  • 50€ daily credit to be used at the hotel’s restaurants or bar

To learn more about Hotel Arts Barcelona and to make a reservation, please visit

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About Hotel Arts Barcelona

Hotel Arts Barcelona boasts stunning panoramic views from its unique location on the waterfront, in the heart of the city’s Port Olímpic neighbourhood. Designed by renowned architect Bruce Graham, Hotel Arts features 44 floors of exposed glass and steel, making it a prominent feature of Barcelona’s skyline. The waterfront hotel’s 455 rooms and 28 exclusive The Penthouses feature sleek, modern design complemented by an impressive 20th century collection of works by contemporary Catalan and Spanish artists.

Hotel Arts is one of the premier culinary destinations in Barcelona with 2 Michelin-starred Enoteca helmed by the illustrious, 5 Michelin-starred chef Paco Perez, gourmet boutique The Pantry stocked with more than 80 wine labels sourced from all over the region and a handpicked selection of deli products, and The Secret Pantry – a buzzy speakeasy spotlighting the flavours of the region through shareable dishes and regional wines. This summer, the hotel is home to an exclusive pop-up of London’s award-winning restaurant concept, ROKA, complemented by the resort’s own eclectic coastal-inspired menu at Marina Coastal Food & Pools and world-class Champagne at the Infinity Pool lounge.

Guests seeking a serene escape may enjoy signature treatments overlooking the Mediterranean Sea at 43 The Spa. Recognized as one of the top business hotels in Spain, Hotel Arts provides over 3,000 square-feet of function space overlooking the Mediterranean in Arts 41, for board meetings and conferences as well as social events, weddings, and celebrations. The hotel offers an additional 24,000 square-feet of function space, with the main meeting space located on the lower ground and second floors. For more information, please visit

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Linda Hohnholz, eTN editor

Linda Hohnholz has been writing and editing articles since the start of her working career. She has applied this innate passion to such places as Hawaii Pacific University, Chaminade University, the Hawaii Children's Discovery Center, and now TravelNewsGroup.

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