Barcelona Hotel Flies Guests to Lunch

The new Arts Suite at the Hotel Arts Barcelona is taking guests to new heights. And we mean that literally.

Hotel Arts Barcelona has introduced the first Michelin Helicopter Lunches to provide guests with exclusive access to some of Catalonia’s top Michelin-starred restaurants.

A five-minute transfer from the hotel to the Cathelicopters heliport is followed by a short journey by VIP helicopter for a lunch reservation and return.

Guests can pick from the following restaurants:

El Celler Can Roca, Girona (Chef Joan Roca)  
Miramar, Llança (Chef Paco Pérez)
Les Cols, Olot  (Chef Fina Puigdeval)

Reservations are required for this service. The service is available for minimum of two people and a maximum of four. One week advanced reservations preferred.

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