A holiday is all about escaping from everyday concerns and entering a world where one’s only task is to enjoy each relaxing moment. Choosing luxury Barceló hotels ensures travellers that they will be surrounded by the latest in modern comfort in an elegant and luxurious setting.
Luxury and exclusivity at great Caribbean resorts
The tiny island of Aruba would be a forgotten bit of sand if it weren’t for the restless trade winds that keep its climate at perfect beach temperature year round. It is also the site of the Royal Level at Barceló Aruba, which looks out over the shimmering sands of Palm Beach. Choosing the Royal Level means elevating a stay with personalised service and exclusive rooms on the upper levels with sea views.
In the Dominican Republic, the Barceló Bávaro Palace lives up to its name. Bright, airy suites are equipped with high-tech conveniences and complimentary Wi-Fi. Overlooking the magnificent Bávaro Beach, this luxurious hotel features four swimming pools and two water parks that are sure delight children. The lively nightlife and on-site casino complete a luxury stay at the Barceló Bávaro Palace in Punta Cana.
Luxury hotels in Spain
The Barceló Emperatriz hotel in Madrid harks back to the aristocratic ambiance of the 19th century. The name is inspired by the French empress Eugénie de Montijo, who, originally from Spain, was married to Napoleon II. She was an enlightened advocate of the arts but also represented royal dignity and opulence. She is a fitting icon for a luxury hotel set in a vibrant city with a flourishing arts scene. Architectural touches such as floral motifs recall the empress’s taste, while modern facilities such as media outlets that connect with all the latest devices keep guests’ comfort level firmly in the 21st century. Blending the modern with the traditional is the hallmark of Barceló luxury hotels in Madrid.
In Alicante, the Asia Gardens Hotel & Thai Spa, a Royal Hideaway hotel, capitalises on a mild microclimate to create an Asian garden filled with tropical plants and featuring four swimming pools. Two are heated and one reflects the light with a mysterious infinity effect. Rooms are furnished in a Balinese style that will rejuvenate body and mind; they are also fitted with the latest technology to ensure guests have everything they need. A hotel highlight is the Thai Spa, where staff members are trained in the 2,500-year-old art of Thai massage, which focuses on bringing balance to the body and mind.