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Hcc open: a modern hotel in a privileged location

By | 31 July, 2015 | 0 comments

 

When booking a hotel, its placement and how modern its facilities are play a key role, as they are very seriously taken into account. Although there are many more factors, maybe these two are the most important ones when reaching a final decision. The hcc open hotel in Barcelona completely fulfils both of them. On the one hand, it has an excellent location, just ten minutes away by foot from Plaza de España (Square of Spain) and, on the other hand, its modern facilities are in a building from 2004. In short, two competitive advantages making HCC Open the perfect choice for knowing the Ciudad Condal, attending some of the events held at the Fira de Barcelona or just relaxing in a place which undoubtedly asks for it.

Thanks to its hundred rooms, furnished and equipped in great detail, hcc open has managed in no more than ten years to make a name for itself in Barcelona and become a very interesting alternative for those travelling to the city, either for business or pleasure.

It also has to be noted that, just ten minutes away by foot, you will find the Fira de Barcelona, an area where many events, conferences and fairs of international interest are held throughout the whole year, something that draws thousands of people to the Catalan capital. Hcc open thus comes into play as an ideal choice for going to the Fira without having to take any type of transportation.

However, this building is also a great “base camp” for those who arrive in Barcelona aiming at touring each and every one of its charming corners. Just to name two examples, only a half-hour walk will keep you from discovering the Barrio Gótico (Gothic Quarter) and a little bit more from the Sagrada Familia (Basilica of the Holy Family). Nonetheless, you will be able to go to every point in the city by underground thanks to the nearby stations Urgell and Rocafort.

If there is something that doesn’t require taking the underground is to spend a nice shopping day at Las Arenas Shopping Centre, in the very same Plaza de España, or to calmly stroll around the beautiful Joan Miró Park. Both places are easily reachable by foot, as well as the modernist Casa Golferichs, located behind hcc open, a mandatory visit for those admiring this particular architectonic style, such an influence in Barcelona’s appearance.

And last, but definitely not least, in Plaza de España it is also possible to take the bus to the magic mountain, Montjuic, another one of those places not to be missing from any tour of the Catalan capital.

These are just some of the facts put on the table by hcc open to succeed in helping its clients have an enjoyable stay and the best possible memories once they leave Barcelona.

Categories: barcelona, HCC

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