Hotel Arts Barcelona, which is considered to be one of the most renowned luxury hotels in Catalonia, Spain has expanded its luxury offerings to its elite guests with the launch of the all new Michelin-starred restaurant helicopter lunches program. This bespoke hospitality initiative has been designed to bring a uber class to guests’ stay and provide them with a unique opportunity of gaining exclusive access to some of the most highly rated Michelin-starred restaurants in Catalonia. As per the program, the guests will be transferred to the Cathelicopters heliport, which lies within five minute distance of the luxury hotel. At the heliport, the guests will be offered a ride in VIP helicopters that will ferry the passengers to the pre-reserved lunch at one of the Michelin-starred restaurants, with a scheduled return trip to the heliport via helicopter. This will enable the visitors to not only explore the scenic region of Catalonia, but will also virtually guarantee a reserved spot at any one of the numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, which have become one of the most alluring attractions of Barcelona, Catalonia.
The helicopter gourmet program organized by Hotel Arts Barcelona comes with a price tag of $9,306 per couple with a maximum occupancy for four guests, while a one week prior reservation is preferred to avoid any unexpected inconveniences. Hotel Arts Barcelona offers breathtaking views of the Barcelona coastline, while providing exclusive and quick access to nearby boutiques, restaurants and bars. This magnificent luxury hotel provides its esteemed guests with opulent luxury along with five star hospitality features, which include a fitness center, high speed Internet, a spa, concierge services, valet parking and even conference rooms. For the ones who are looking for the stellar Michelin-starred restaurant helicopter lunches program, Hotel Arts Barcelona offers a vibrant list of restaurants to choose from. Some of these luxury restaurants are l Celler Can Roca, Girona, three stars, Chef Joan Roca; Miramar, Llança etc.
The Hotel Arts Barcelona was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and features some 483 rooms, spread across 44 storeys. Under the able management of Ritz Carlton, this expensive luxury hotel underwent a comprehensive renovation in the year 2006 and is widely considered to be a high-tech architecture.