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Hotel Meliá Barcelona Sky
PereIV-HabitatSky.jpg
General information
StatusComplete
Typehotel
LocationCarrer de Pere IV, 272
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Construction started2004
Completed2008
Height116 m (381 ft)
Technical details
Floor count31
Design and construction
ArchitectDominique Perrault

The Hotel Meliá Barcelona Sky is a skyscraper designed by Dominique Perrault located in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The building is 116 metres (381 ft) tall and has 31 floors and 258 rooms. It is the fourth-tallest building in Barcelona after Torre Mapfre, Hotel Arts, and Torre Agbar.[1]

The building is located at the junction of Avinguda Diagonal and carrer de Pere IV, in the district of el Poblenou.

The hotel was conquered by Alain Robert in June 13, 2017[2] and it took him Twenty minutes. His stunt was repeated by Polish men Marcin Banot on August 2, 2018[3] and it took him 59 minutes.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Sky Barcelona | Buildings | EMPORIS - emporis.com
  2. ^ Alain ROBERT (2017-06-13), the french spiderman climb Sky Melia Barcelona, retrieved 2018-11-08
  3. ^ BNT (2018-08-02), BNT 221 Wspinaczka na Hotel w Barcelonie (Sky Melia 117m.), retrieved 2018-11-08

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Coordinates: 41°24′22.24″N 2°12′2.86″E / 41.4061778°N 2.2007944°E / 41.4061778; 2.2007944