World Trade Center

Description

World Trade Center (WTC) Barcelona’s congress and meeting centre comprises a total of 4,000 m2 of versatile, adaptable spaces bathed in Mediterranean light. Their top-quality facilities equipped with leading-edge technology mean they are in a position to host any kind of event in Barcelona, ranging from inspiring workshops in one of several meeting rooms or a gala dinner facing the sea, to large events at the Auditorium, the most representative venue at the business complex.

The wide range of services at your fingertips and our team’s event management expertise guarantee the success of your event. Similarly, the 291 luxury guest rooms of the 5-star Grand Luxe Eurostar Grand Marina Hotel are close at hand to provide accommodations for the guests at your event. All those facilities form part the business complex, which is just ten minutes away from the airport and a few minutes from Barcelona’s city centre.

Some 250 different events are held at WTC Barcelona every year.

UB Central

Description

The UB is above all an urban university, outward-reaching and cosmopolitan like the city in which its campuses live. And because of this, it plays a direct and active part in the urban fabric of Barcelona, becoming a hub of cultural activity for the city itself.

The UB campuses are spread out across the entire inner-city area, thus fostering a series of close ties between the institution of our University and the city around us. It is a great, historic and new space available to celebrate corporative events and cocktails in its unmatched spaces.

The Imperial

Description

The Imperial is one of Barcelona’s most iconic venues. The elegance, charm and versatility of the rooms at The Imperial, together with their magnificent setting, make them exceptional places to hold meetings or social and corporate events in Barcelona. The Imperial brings together the historic Salon Imperial, as well as the Salon Real and Salon Club, to make it the top-level venue for exclusive events in the centre of Barcelona.

The Imperial has its own gastronomy team, which creates an excellent selection of Mediterranean and international haute cuisine, a mixture of tradition and

innovation, with market products of exceptional quality. An excellent selection of dishes. Our chef and his team will help you create a tailor-made menu and choose from a wide variety of top-quality dishes you can treat your guests to.

The Basement

Description

The baSEment is an extraordinary venue where luxury design combines with the characteristic architecture of the Eixample district.
More than 200m2 conceived to offer outstanding and unforgettable experiences. Every detail is
designed to create a warm atmosphere in order to lead all kind of corporate events to be a success.
Singular, unique and with the possibility to be the distinctive space for your corporate events.
Located in the city center, it’s easily accessed.
The baSEment offers two main environments: the SET space and HOME space. preceded by the HALL area.

Museo Egipcio de Barcelona

Description

Without a doubt, the Egyptian Museum of Barcelona is one of the most unusually spectacular venues that the city can to offer. With ancient Egypt artifacts strewn through the rooms and able to be seen during the event it truly becomes an experience. The museum also offers an outdoor terrace.

The substantial collection was once the private collection of Jordi Clos who donated it to the hotel in 1992.

Unlike most museums it is situated within a hotel (Hotel Claris), offering its catering along with an excellent cocktail selection.

Also, it has an central location in Barcelona city.

MERI

Description

A former flour factory situated in the emblematic Barcelona neighbourhood of Poblenou, the city’s most innovative technological district. Spacious rooms, high ceilings and bare-brick walls, ROC35 is a place designed so that architecture and gastronomy interplay with tradition and the avant-gard.

ROC35’s facilities cover 400 m², distributed over three different areas that can be either divided or combined, in addition to a garden patio located between the two main rooms.

Facts

  • Show cooking service and cooking workshops available
  • All of ROC35’s spaces include audiovisual equipment
  • The layout of the spaces can be adapted according to the needs of each event

Poble Espanyol – Hivernacle

Description

Poble Espanyol was supposed to be an ephemeral architectural exhibit for the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona, but it became an emblematic place in the city thanks to the success.

It is the dream of any capital: to enjoy the tranquility of a small village. With its 4.5 million inhabitants and 3.200 km2, Barcelona has it: the Poble Espanyol. Just a footstep away from the central Plaza de España and surrounded by the greenness of Montjuïc hill. All Spain in 49,000 m2 and 117 full-size buildings: from the “A” of Avila to the “Z” of Zamora, this museum of Spain’s local architecture recreates in the fresh air and sunshine the country’s allways, squares and gardens.

Hivernacle is a temporary structure of more than 1,350m2, totally diaphanous and with 5 meters high. Set in a greenhouse style, Hivernacle offers a large transparent pavilion that allows to celebrate all kinds of large-scale events in an unbeatable environment: the main square of Poble Espanyol.

Poble Espanyol – Ayuntamiento Valderrobles

Description

Poble Espanyol was supposed to be an ephemeral architectural exhibit for the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona, but it became an emblematic place in the city thanks to the success.

It is the dream of any capital: to enjoy the tranquility of a small village. With its 4.5 million inhabitants and 3.200 km2, Barcelona has it: the Poble Espanyol. Just a footstep away from the central Plaza de España and surrounded by the greenness of Montjuïc hill. All Spain in 49,000 m2 and 117 full-size buildings: from the “A” of Avila to the “Z” of Zamora, this museum of Spain’s local architecture recreates in the fresh air and sunshine the country’s allways, squares and gardens.

The Ajuntament is located in the main square of Poble Espanyol. On the outside, the Renaissance arcades of this Aragonese town hall offer an open, but protected, space for drinks and receptions.

Within, the magnificent paneled ceiling and wooden gallery of the great hall of the former Palau de la Generalitat Valenciana create a majestic setting for gala dinners, banquets, exhibitions and all manner of cultural and institutional events.

Poble Espanyol – Carpa

Description

Poble Espanyol was supposed to be an ephemeral architectural exhibit for the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona, but it became an emblematic place in the city thanks to the success.

It is the dream of any capital: to enjoy the tranquility of a small village. With its 4.5 million inhabitants and 3.200 km2, Barcelona has it: the Poble Espanyol. Just a footstep away from the central Plaza de España and surrounded by the greenness of Montjuïc hill. All Spain in 49,000 m2 and 117 full-size buildings: from the “A” of Avila to the “Z” of Zamora, this museum of Spain’s local architecture recreates in the fresh air and sunshine the country’s always, squares and gardens.

Carpa is located at the highest point of the Poble Espanyol, this modern, spacious and multi-functional space can successfully fullfil the most diverse functions: banquet hall, conference and convention hall, concert auditorium, theatre… Minimal decoration can achieve spectacular results and adapt to any type of look & feel.

Poble Espanyol – Monasterio

Description

Poble Espanyol was supposed to be an ephemeral architectural exhibit for the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona, but it became an emblematic place in the city thanks to the success.

It is the dream of any capital: to enjoy the tranquility of a small village. With its 4.5 million inhabitants and 3.200 km2, Barcelona has it: the Poble Espanyol. Just a footstep away from the central Plaza de España and surrounded by the greenness of Montjuïc hill. All Spain in 49,000 m2 and 117 full-size buildings: from the “A” of Avila to the “Z” of Zamora, this museum of Spain’s local architecture recreates in the fresh air and sunshine the country’s allways, squares and gardens.

A true architectural jigsaw, this complex succeeds
in creating an archetypal Catalan Romanesque monastery using reproductions from several such buildings. Surrounded by gardens offering beautiful views of Barcelona, the Monastery of Sant Miquel
has a chapel, a cloister and a room for banquets or meetings. The complex can be hired either as
a whole or in part, and has a separate entrance.