The Barceló Renacimiento opened in 1992 and was renovated in 2006. It is an ultra-modern complex consisting of three round buildings, each containing 96 guest rooms, and at its heart there are a number of lounges. Nicknamed the Guggenheim of hotels, this original, modern construction is sure to impress. Everything is big and spacious in this residence, including the entrance hall. Several armchairs have been arranged in the space opposite the reception counter, next to the scupted walls which are surprising to say the least. They feature patterns inspired by the discovery of Latin America, and bear the inscription '1492-1992'. Lamps hanging from the ceiling complete the minimalist decor in this space. At the centre of the room, there is a bar with large, red armchairs. Just beside this area is a little shop which sells clothes and other miscellaneous objects and souvenirs. Finally, right at the end is the business centre, where you will find everything you need to work and connect to the internet. The fountains and a few trees help soften the edges of these white cement buildings, adding a natural dimension.
On your way out of the hotel, you will see the 10,000m² garden and the swimming pool, which is surrounded by deckchairs. It also overlooks the Isla Magica theme park, so you are sure to hear the noise made by the children playing on the rides next door. Towels are provided for guests next to the swimming pool. It should also be noted that there are little tables topped with white curtain canopies dotted around the garden area, so you can enjoy lunch and dinner outside in the summer months.