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Renaissance Barcelona Hotel in Barcelona Centre Offers Europe Summer Leisure Getaway

Guests Can Book the Weekend Promotion Starting 13th June, and Explore the Top Cultural Activities and Things to Do in Barcelona

BARCELONA, SPAIN -- (Marketwired) -- 07/11/14 -- Renaissance Barcelona Hotel is offering summer guests the chance to take advantage of a Marriott new promotion, the Europe Summer Leisure Campaign, including the chance to enjoy some of the region's many unique cultural sights and activities, beginning June 13th for stays during June 27th through September 14th 2014.

This exclusive weekend offer includes the hotel's best available rate, with a special value add for guests who book and pay their stay with their VISA card. When paying with a VISA card, guests will receive a 15% discount on dining at participating Europe Summer Leisure Campaign hotels. While staying at the Renaissance Barcelona Hotel, guests will also enjoy easy access to some of the top things to do in Barcelona, including the city's many famed cultural sights and activities

Within moments of the hotel, guests can explore the modernist architecture of Antoni Gaudí, from civil and religious buildings to the famous Sagrada Família, voted the number one destination on TripAdvisor. Guests will also find themselves just minutes from TripAdvisor's number two destination: the breathtaking Palau de la Música Catalana.

Follow the footsteps of Picasso in his youth or climb the mesmerizing Montjuïc Mountain, with its beautiful vistas and lush, natural surroundings. Explore the Art Nouveau architecture of L'Eixample, littered among the areas many shops, bars, and cultural centres. Then savour a true taste of Barcelona, where famous worldwide Catalan cuisine greets guests with some of the most unique flavours from the Mediterranean coast.

Wander Barcelona's diverse neighbourhoods from the Born to the Barri Gòtic or Gràcia, and take in the endless and varied flavours that make up the city's culinary identity. Mixing fresh ingredients with sweet and savoury tastes, some of the region's finest chefs come together to perfect a rich culinary tradition. The region is home to an incredible array of culinary talents bringing Catalan cuisine into the modern age.

Finally after a long day of sightseeing, guests are invited to unwind on the hotel's 8th floor terrace, open daily from 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Sip on one of the terrace menu's delectable Ginger and Pineapple Mojitos or indulge in some tapas plates like Chicken Tikka Masala, Ceviche de Corvin, USDA Black Angus beef, and more, before retreating to the comfort of your room.

Find more information about the Europe Summer Leisure Campaign at the Renaissance hotel in Barcelona Centre and how guests can book their stay, beginning 13th June 2014.

About the Renaissance Barcelona Hotel

Located in the heart of Barcelona, Spain, the Renaissance Barcelona Hotel puts travellers within walking distance of Paseo de Gracia, the city's world-renowned avenue filled with impressive architecture, exceptional shopping and prominent business destinations. Whether traveling for business or leisure, the lodging's well-appointed guest rooms feature luxury bedding ensembles, individual climate control, high-speed Internet, cable/satellite service and modern bathrooms to provide guests with everything needed for a remarkable hotel experience in the city. Onsite steakhouse dining and a relaxing lounge offer enticing food and beverage options and the hotel's impressive event venues are ideal for business meetings, conferences and social events.

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Renaissance Barcelona Hotel
Pau Claris, 122 Barcelona Barcelona 08009 Spain
Phone: 34-93-2723810
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bcndm-renaissance-barcelona-hotel/

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