Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona Launches New Art & Beauty Experience

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Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona has launched a new Majestic Experience: Art & Beauty by Majestic Spa & Hora Sexta, combining the property’s 1,000-piece art collection, spa and five-star gastronomy into one excursion. In collaboration with Italian brand Hora Sexta, the Art & Beauty experience invites guests to create their own work of “wellness art.”

The Art & Beauty experience will take guests on a journey to see the artwork adorning the hotel. While checking out each of the 10 works of art, art enthusiasts will be presented with a selection of different essential oils, rose petals, four types of stones, or a variety of aromas from a chest of perfumes. What is chosen by the guests should reflect their current physical state and mood. A spa therapist will then use this information to create a personalized treatment fusing all the ingredients chosen, using Hora Sexta products. The treatment is designed to promote balance while the Hora Sexta biotechnologies help nourish the skin.

Afterward, travelers can feed on some healthy fare at El Bar del Majestic or La Dolce Vitae, the hotel’s newly renovated rooftop terrace. David Romero, the hotel’s executive chef, has prepared a menu with ingredients selected by Hora Sexta because of their restorative properties, including arugula, chili, olives, extra virgin olive oil, rice, wheat, almond, avocado, apple, grape, orange and cherry.

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The Art & Beauty experience lasts about three and a half hours, depending on the client’s preferences.

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