Kimpton Hotels makes Spanish debut in Barcelona’s vibrant Gothic quarter

TD Editor

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, IHG’s boutique luxury brand, marked its first opening in Spain. Kimpton Vividora Hotel is located in the heart of the Ciutat Vella district (the old city) in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, the city’s cultural and historical epicentre.

Featuring 156 guestrooms, 10 suites, three dynamic restaurants and bars, and a rooftop terrace and pool offering panoramic views of the city, it is within walking distance to some of the city’s most prominent landmarks. Guests can easily access Las Ramblas, La Barceloneta Beach, La Boqueria, Plaça Catalunya and the legendary culinary scene of Barcelona.

The new hotel offers Kimpton’s signature perks including a nightly hosted social hour where guests can bond over drinks, the brand’s industry-leading pet-friendly attitude, and an approachable luxury experience fuelled by a hotel team who champion heartfelt, human connections.

Mike Robinson, general manager of Kimpton Vividora Hotel said: “We’re so excited for guests to discover a new hotel experience, one that perfectly blends contemporary luxury and beautifully designed spaces, with unique, fun experiences and incredible food and drinks.”

Tom Rowntree, vice president of luxury brands in IHG added: “Kimpton continues on its incredible growth trajectory across the globe, and the brand’s debut in Spain is a fantastic example of our unique approach to heartfelt luxury.”

There are currently 66 Kimpton hotels open globally, and another 33 set to open in the next 3-5 years. This year Kimpton will debut in Paris, Bali, Bangkok, Tokyo, Manchester (UK) and Mexico City as well as expanding across the US.

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