Visit Barcelona’s Best Restaurants by Air

Hotel Arts Barcelona is offering a unique opportunity to experience three of the region’s hottest two- and three-Michelin-starred restaurants—El Celler de Can Roca, Girona; Miramar, Llanca; and Les Cols, Olot—via private helicopter. The hotel will schedule and fly guests to the three nearby destinations for lunch during their stay (about $5,000 per couple for the series).

The lunch package is part of an exclusive offer for guests staying in the hotel’s new 33rd floor Arts Suite, which features a lounge, a fireplace, a dining room with an adjacent kitchen, and a bar, as well as panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea (from just under $9,000 per night for the room, plus the cost of the lunch series). In addition to the helicopter lunch service, guests have access to the hotel’s private club, which has complimentary breakfast, snacks, and beverages. The 455-room hotel also has 28 duplex apartments, a spa and gym, and a comprehensive contemporary Catalan and Spanish art collection on view; it also has two Michelin-star restaurants of its own, Enoteca and Arola. (+34.93.221.1000, www.hotelartsbarcelona.com)

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