Barceló Renacimiento Hotel Originality and Versatility for a new concept of event

Barceló Renacimiento Hotel Originality and Versatility for a new concept of event

After its complete renovation in 2012, the Hotel Barceló Renacimiento is now launching a new high-quality product, specially tailored to respond to its MICE clients’ new needs of privacy, exclusivity and higher standard of services.

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Developed on occasion of the Universal Exposition of Seville in 1992 by the renowned architect Javier Carvajal, the three nuclear core buildings of 295 rooms, known as “Atriums” , representing Columbus’s three sailing ships, will host from now on, its own private “Boutique Hotel” by offering the exclusivity of the Atrium I.
After their check-in at the private reception, the delegates will be accommodated in the 96 Deluxe rooms and 7 Suites. For lunch or dinner, an exclusive dining service would be offered at the Cartuja room of 420 m2. The group would also have the opportunity to breakfast in the gardens of 10.000 sqm.
Following the Al-Andalus architectural tradition, with an inner life focused on courtyards, the central part of the Atrium enables the MICE clients to set up a plenary session with the possibility to have projections due to a darkening system and technical ceiling at the height of 20 mt. . Moreover, the total closing of the Atrium would assure the tranquility and privacy of any conference and meetings.
Thanks to Javier Carvajal’s degree of ascetic and post-modern rigour in the use of basic materials and lack of other than strictly functional ornamentation, the Hotel can be compared to a “white canvas”, waiting for any creative organizers to host their dreamed events, with a wide range of branding and personalization’s possibilities.

Hotel Barceló Renacimiento 5*
Avda. Alvaro Alonso Barba s/n
41092 Sevilla – Spain