Hesperia Barcelona Tower Hotel
|Hesperia Barcelona Tower Hotel|
|Height||105 m (344 ft)|
The hotel opened in January 2006 as the Hesperia Tower. It was renamed NH Collection Barcelona Tower in 2016. It was again renamed Hesperia Barcelona Tower Hotel in early 2019. It is set to be renamed Hyatt Regency Barcelona Fira in late 2019, following a major renovation.
It has a tower of 29 stories and 105 metres (344 ft). It was the tallest building in L'Hospitalet until the Plaça d'Europa Towers were constructed. It is topped by a glass dome that contains a revolving restaurant headed by chef Santi Santamaria. It was designed by the British architect Richard Rogers together with Luis Alonso and Sergi Balaguer. It has 280 rooms, a 5,000 square metres (53,800 sq ft) sq m congress centre, and a sports centre.
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