Mandarin Oriental Barcelona Adds 22 New Rooms and Suites to Inventory

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The Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona has added 17 suites and 5 additional rooms to its inventory, bringing the total room count to 120.

Located in the modernist building adjacent to the hotel on one of the citys most luxurious boulevards, Passeig de Grcia, the rooms are all easily accessible via the main building.

Each of the new rooms and suites range from 44 to 124 square metres.

The award-winning Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola, who was responsible for the distinctive interior design of Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona, was re-commissioned to create the dcor for the new rooms, following the same avant-garde and cosmopolitan style that characterises the hotel.

The suites enjoy the addition of balconies overlooking Passeig de Grcia and the famous modernist landmark building from Gaudi, Casa Batll, or the hotels peaceful Mimosa garden.

Fusing contemporary design with elements of the groups oriental heritage, these over-sized suites offer a splendid blend of comfort, style and luxury, providing a luxurious environment for entertaining, leisure or business, with private butler service available to cater to all guest needs. All rooms and suites are equipped with the latest in sophisticated technology and entertainment facilities that the Group is renowned for.

We are delighted to launch our new additional suites, said Grard Sints, General Manager. With this addition, Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona offers guests more choice and a unique degree of luxury and exclusivity, all of which re-affirms our position as one of the most prestigious hotels in Europe, with a spectacular location in the heart of the city.

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