Barcelona: A City to Mix Business and Pleasure

If you hear someone talking about Barcelona, Parque Güell, Sagrada Familia or Gaudí will pop up into your mind instantly. However, as much as it is true that this beautiful city has got some of the most amazing monuments, welcomes every year more than 7.5 million tourists and gives you other 100 reasons to visit it, you also have to note that it is one of the main business and financial centres within Spain. Here are some data to back up this statement:

  1. GDP per capita (index UE 27=100): 117.
  2. Two Catalan business schools in Europe’s Top 10 rank.
  3. Total number of companies (in Barcelona): 438.385.
  4. Foreign companies (in Catalonia): 5.602.

Barcelona business

You may by now be wondering: why? Well, especially thanks to its location, accessible and well-connected, successful foreigner investments, a great quality of life for employees and a long business and commercial tradition.

So, if you are a company interested in a profitable investment, you should definitely consider doing some business in Barcelona. The next step will logically be to search the best place, one combining comfort, avant-garde technology and all the conveniences needed to meet all possible requests. The perfect synonym with this is HCC Hotels, the ideal setting for conventions, conferences and meetings. Here, you will not only find wide, bright and cosy rooms, but also all types of modern equipment for you to hold your meetings without having to worry about whether your discussions will be interrupted due to technical problems.

Barcelona business convention

Moreover, if you are going to stay in Barcelona, all HCC Hotels are perfectly located in the city centre, so you will be able to visit most part of the monuments by foot. In addition, you will find that the service provided by the staff, always more than glad to help you, is of the best quality. In other words, you will realise that mixing business and pleasure is perfectly possible if you are in Barcelona.


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